Dear Mrs. Jones & colleagues at the Rotary,
The National Unity Platform is happy for the interest that you have shown in Uganda and for your investments into the failed Ugandan health sector.
However, by participating in a propaganda show by the Ugandan dictatorship you allow for the suffering of the Ugandan people to be extended.
It’s the present dictatorship that Mrs Jones shook hands with that wasted the health sector of Uganda to an extent that the dictator and his friends go abroad for healthcare treatment. It’s this dictatorship that is responsible for 1 in 20 babies dying.
In 1940, the Rotary convention formulated the following powerful message:
“where freedom, justice, truth, sanctity of the pledged word, and respect for human rights do not exist, Rotary cannot live nor its ideal prevail.”
In Uganda there’s no freedom, no justice, no truth and no respect for human rights. Why have you diverted from your strong stance on human rights?
Mrs Jones met with prime minister Nabbanja, who is known to be behind the violent rigging of elections in Uganda and was caught on camera bribing voters. Also she met with Janet Museveni, the wife of the dictator who is responsible for the death of 6 million lives in Uganda, Congo, Rwanda & South-Sudan.
We are not saying you should withdraw your charity from Uganda. However, any activity should be in agreement with a thorough human rights policy, should never have a negative impact on the people of Uganda, and should be made together with the people of Uganda and not with the dictatorship.
The National Unity Platform represents 60% of the Ugandans (see report ‘Rigged’ on last elections) and would like to discuss this subject further with you.