This Ugandan taxpayer showed the bravest of courage as she stormed a meeting where policy makers of her country were holding a conference meeting to question them about their activities, why they are busy enjoying taxpayers’ money while the ones that pay the taxes are wallowing in poverty.
A Twitter handle with the name @Sambannz shared this video on his timeline with a caption and the video has since gone viral on many social media platforms.
“Ugandans feared until there is Nothing left to fear. She has stormed this meeting b’se these policy makers sit in these fancy places to spend tax payers money yet the actual tax payers are suffering.
#TaxpolicyUG Ugandans are tireddddd You all Ugandans should watch this.”
Ugandans feared until there is Nothing left to fear.
She has stormed this meeting b'se these policy makers sit in these fancy places to spend tax payers money yet the actual tax payers are suffering. #TaxpolicyUG
Ugandans are tireddddd
You all Ugandans should watch this. pic.twitter.com/wrETnJjkCc
— Samwise Gamgee (@Sambannz) September 7, 2018
Obviously, the aggrieved lady was fed up with the recent activities in the country, the riot that has claimed thousand of lives and the insensitivity of the leaders to proffer solutions to the growing violence in the country..
The recent political unrest in Uganda has raised eyebrows of the international media to the country and many questions are being asked why a nation with the most active people in Africa are facing such mayhem.
So,it is no surprise that this brave young woman threw caution to the wind and approached those in charge of affairs in the country why they are folding their arms while the country is plunder into pit of grief. It was seen in the video that after the lady lamented and cried out her concerned questions, she was applauded for her bravery and patriotism.
As of the time of this blog post, we are yet to identify the lady in the video or what part of Ugandan she is from but we do know that, she is a Ugandan taxpayer as she made this firmly known to the officials at the sitting.