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UGANDA: Broken moral fabric of a SHITHOLE nation

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Whoever posted a child ponography video circulating on social must be apprehended and prosecuted.

The video clip shows a child performing a sexual act on an adult male followed by an audio clip in Luganda explaining how the child’s sexual predator was gunned down by the mother of the victim.

This should not be posted on social media and I believe most Ugandans using social media are smart enough to know it is against the law. This individual must be brought before the law.

The child is an innocent victim that did not deserve her face revealed on social media.

Whoever posted that video clip should have had the decency to block the face of the child.

I personally believe that Uganda is governed by people who believe that they are above the law and this can trickle down to ordinary citizens.

It was illegal to gun down the child molester despite the heinous crime he committed. He should have been reported to the police despite the police’s shortcomings.

The police is taking laws into their hands despite being the custodians of the law.

We have murderers who planned to kill someone out on bond and civilians tried in military courts, those that did not intend to kill their victims are rotting in jail without court hearing.

We have a president who doesn’t need to be lectured by anyone on politics and yet he has over 120 political advisers.

We have ministers imprecated in bribery yet Museveni still needs no lectures.

My heart goes out to that child whose face was blustered on social media and any parent with a child or children must condemn it.

This is neither NRM or opposition but it affects every parent. Religious leaders must speak out and bring this moral decay in society to the right track as the government of uganda is in hibernation but only interested in how long dictator Museveni can retain power.


Nathan Span

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