Opposition politicians expect president to tackle issues affecting Ugandans

By Daudi Zirimala

The opposition political leaders expect the president should answer several questions concerning the unity of Uganda, economy of the country among others during the state of the nation address today.

According to Democratic Party president Norbert Mao, it’s the mandate of the president to address issues affecting Ugandans but instead the state of the nation has turned into a platform for cheap politics and blaming the opposition.

The President is expected to give a breakdown on Government performance in delivering last year’s projections on the basic priority sectors which include, infrastructure agriculture, Education, health among others.