Uganda¡¯s President Ridicules Jonathan:- ¡°I Would Rather Hang Myself Than Invite UN For Security, Like Nigeria¡±.

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Zirobwe, Uganda ¨C Uganda¡¯s President

Yoweri Museveni, already one of Africa¡¯s

longest-serving leaders, on Tuesday

ridiculed the decision of Nigerian President

Goodluck Jonathan to seek assistance from

international community in the search of

Chibok schoolgirls abducted by the terrorist

group Boko Haram.

During a campaign rally of the National Resistance

Movement party Museveni said:-

¡°I have never called the United Nations to

guard your security. Me, Yoweri Museveni

to say that I have failed to protect my

people and I call in the UN¡­.

I would rather hang myself. We prioritized

national security by developing a strong

army otherwise our Uganda would be like

DRC, South Sudan, Somalia or Nigeria

where militias have disappeared with

school children.

It would be a vote of no confidence to our

country and citizens if we can¡¯t guarantee

our security, what kind of persons would we

be?¡±

This is not the first time when the Nigerian

president and Nigerians are blamed for the

widespread instablity and insecurity in the country.

Earlier one more African leader, Robert Mugabe,

labeled the country and her citizens as corrupt

saying that Zimbabweans are now almost

behaving like Nigerians who have to be corruptly

paid for every service.

On April 15 Boko Haram have kidnapped nearly

300 students from the dormitories of the

Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok,

Borno State. And as the situation with the

abducted girls was not changing for the better

Nigeria¡¯s president appealed for international help

to find, and ensure the release of the children. At

least 7 countries agreed to send experts to Nigeria

to assist in the search for the students, among

them are USA, UK, France, China, Canada, Iran and

Israel.


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