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KAMAGA DANIEL: UN Human Rights Office Closure In Uganda Is Regrettable

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The recent decision by Uganda not renewing the UN Human Rights Commission leading to closer of its office in Uganda has sent shockwaves throughout the international community. This move marks a significant setback for human rights advocacy in Uganda, as the UN’s presence has been instrumental in monitoring and exposing human rights violations in the country.

The closure of the UN Human Rights Commission’s office in Uganda is a grave blow to the cause of justice and fairness in the region. It is a clear indication that the Ugandan government is not serious about upholding human rights, and that it is unwilling to work with international organizations to improve the situation.

Given this state of affairs, it is difficult to see how the Uganda Human Rights Commission can effectively carry out its mandate without the oversight and support of the UN. The closure of the UN office is a clear indication that the Ugandan government is not committed to addressing human rights abuses, and that it is unwilling to cooperate with international partners.

In light of this situation, it would be wise for the Ugandan government to seriously reconsider its approach to human rights. If it cannot work constructively with international organizations like the UN, then perhaps it is time to reassess its priorities and focus on other areas of development.

In conclusion, the closure of the UN Human Rights Commission’s office in Uganda is a regrettable development that will have serious consequences for human rights advocacy in the country. It is a stark reminder that there is still much work to be done to ensure that all people are treated with dignity and respect, and that their basic human rights are protected.

This clearly shows that Museveni didn’t go to the bush in Luwero to kill innocent civilians for peace. He was simply looking for his own selfish gains just as he has always been mentioning in he’s different speeches. Like he once said that he’s not a servant to Ugandans yet the Ugandan Constitution states that any public officer is a public servant.

He also said that he hunted he’s animal meaning Ugandans are his animals then he can do anything with the animals. He further stated that he has an avenger and working for his children and grandchildren. Meaning whoever stands on blocks his way to all should be smashed for him to proceed.
I also think that this is now time for Ugandans to also wake up and fight for their country from the hands of the junta.

It’s a pity.

God should have mercy

Kamaga Daniel
The writer is a business man and politician.

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