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Museveni asserts that economic integration is not enough because the promise of political union is more complex. He called Professor Lumumba a PREACHER jokingly.

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The promise of integration in relation to East Africa is more complex because of the political equation that will not permit the establishment of a unitary governance system that is accountable to the inhabitants of the target geography.

If imperialists are the problem, why not condemn them to lion dens the elimination of the white tribe of Africa will not bridge East Africa to unity.

Yesterday, Advocate Madasa, the former SA parliamentarian and former clerk of the Pan African Parliament, concurred with President Museveni that Professor Lumumba is now the Chief Lamentor who has now become an expert on blaming this actor and the next actor for causing the continent of Africa to be divided.

“Where is the address where the future of Africa is defined and shaped by acting and not finger pointing?” asked Professor Mupasiri whose experiences with Professor Lumumba confirm what President Museveni described him as – a PREACHER.

He further stated: “I have listened to Professor Lumumba’s campaign for the total integration of East Africa yet he has no courtesy to speak to his own conduct in failing and refusing to deal with specific issues that divide Africa including what President Museveni classified as non-wealth creators who are at the forefront of hollow campaigns to unite Africa.

Africa was balkanized because its actors had interests in the value chain. Intellectualizing the quest for unity is good and nothing turns on it.

It was refreshing that President Museveni’s response to Professor Lumumba was apt and on point.

The people whose voices are loudest in the campaign against corruption are the very people who have nothing to offer in specifics on what needs to be done today to reduce the frontiers of corruption in Africa.

As a member of the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF) – 10,000 Points of Light (POL), I have now recognized that intellectualizing problem solving has the propensity to divert and distort the agenda for action.

I used to be an ardent follower of people like Professor Lumumba but every time I do so, I find no salvation in what he has to say repeatedly without showing an address where unity is realized out of his fiery speeches and equally corruption is eradicated using the microphone.

The Africa I want to see is an Africa where interests in the game inspire actors to self-propel and expand their problem-solving crafts.”

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