Stop being cowards, Fr Gaetano tells youth

“There is succession at every stage and you have to accept it but unfortunately, the NRM government and President Museveni have refused to heed to this, so it’s a wake-up call to youth in the country that leaders want to keep you where you are, unemployed, miserable and not anywhere,” Fr Gaetano said during a press briefing in Mbarara District last Friday.

~ Daily Monitor

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