By KGR Reporter,
The Forum for Democratic Change Katonga faction has welcomed the report that was released last week by the statutory Equal Opportunity Commission that showed among others how government jobs are distributed in the country.
According to the report, almost 50 percent of government jobs are distributed among the people from Western Uganda, particularly the Ankole subregion.
Hon. Francis Mwejukye, the MP for Buhweju county who also doubles as the acting treasury general of the Katonga road-based FDC faction, said although it’s true that most of the people holding top jobs in government come from Ankole, these don’t represent the greater region but rather a few families. Hon. Mwijukye speaking1…..
For his part, Harold Kaija who is the acting secretary general of the Katonga faction said that this is the kind of injustice that they have been and will continue fighting adding that for a country to achieve long-lasting peace, equity must not be talked about but should be seen to be done.
The same Katonga FDC faction has laughed at the reconciliation proposal from counterparts at Najjanankumbi announced last week by Patrick Amuriat Oboi, the President of the Najjanankumbi faction who said they were willing to extend an olive branch to their former colleagues and work together once again
Hon. Mwijukye said the Najjanankumbi faction has no branch to extend because their leadership was suspended. Hon. Mwijukye speaking2….
He said the future will deliver their official position. END