The UN should be non specific in its response to military emergency and issues on the planet. They need to quit serving the interest of superpowers and serve the interests of all countries as evidently. Where are there when the Ugandan Army is threatening residents who have decided in favor of an adjustment in government?
Military autocracy ought to never be permitted or endured in this 21st century. The Ugandan circumstance is like that of Zimbabwe where maltreatment of basic freedoms, and military and police mercilessness, has become a standard and the UN just censures and looks as honest lives are lost
What torments the most is the way the UN rushes to react, in issue concerning the superpowers and consistently cooperate to the sets of the US, UK and other Western forces. The UN should be reminded that a life is a day to day existence regardless of dark or white, African or non African and be reminded that all people have red blood streaming inside their corridors and veins
It's not generally as Africans we need food and monetary guide, there are times when military guide and mediation is important particularly, when those that end up having weapons use them on unarmed guiltless regular citizens
What's going on in Uganda and Zimbabwe is unsuitable, and the UN should make a firm move against those that are submitting attrocities and manhandling fundamental common liberties. Except if to them ( UN) African lives don't make any difference
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