Gen.Moses Ali Blasts youths trying to push elders out of political space
By Kitts D.Mabonga
The 1st deputy prime minister Gen. Moses Ali has blasted some young people of who are clandestinely accusing elderly leaders of not stepping aside from their political spaces to be occupied by the youthful blood saying they are unfair.
Gen.Ali sounded the tough message on Sunday when he stormed the NRM party electoral commission offices at Kyaddondo to pick his nomination papers standing to represent the people of Adjumani West in West Nile sub region.
THE WEST NILE GIANT; Gen. Ali who insists that the people of Adjumani west want him to serve them more.
He told this website that he persistently continues hearing some young people openly claiming that elderly political leaders should vacate office for the young blood with because they time were out.
‘Let me tell these young people that it was not a crime for people like him to come up and stand for political elective office because it is a right and after all they were also once young people therefore they are unfair and should stop forcing them out with such idle and casual talk’ fumed Gen. Ali.
‘They should have some respect for elders, yes we are old fine but they should not just push us out like that because we have to prepare for our peaceful exit, he fumed adding that the youth should not come out at the expense of their old age.
He promised the people of Adjumani that once given the mandate to represent them in the next parliament, he would strive to see that several key roads within the region get tarmac among them the Atiak-Laropi road, that from the ferry to Moyo,Yumbe and Koboko among others which all are circular roads within that sub region.