Miria Matembe:”I Rather Die Poor But I can’t Be Like Kamya, Anywar”

Former Minister of Ethics and Integrity Ms. Miria Matembe has vowed never to go against her principles and statements.

Speaking during the 24th leadership camp at Namugongo, Matembe made this comment while decrying the increasing levels of hypocrisy and moral bankruptcy in the country.

According to Matembe, she can’t imagine waking up one morning announcing that she has joined president Museveni whom she described as a leader who has lost track.

“I can’t believe that one morning, I can wake up like Beti Kamya [minister of Kampala] and Beatrice Anywar [Kitgum municipality MP] and say I have joined president Museveni; that you can hear me say he is the best president I have ever met, yet yesterday I was saying he is headed in the wrong direction. I can’t believe how much people have lost a sense of shame which makes us different from animals,” Matembe said adding that she would rather die a poor person

“I can’t believe that one morning, I can wake up like Beti Kamya [minister of Kampala] and Beatrice Anywar [Kitgum municipality MP] and say I have joined president Museveni; that you can hear me say he is the best president I have ever met, yet yesterday I was saying he is headed in the wrong direction. I can’t believe how much people have lost a sense of shame which makes us different from animals,” Matembe said adding that she would rather die a poor person

“I can’t believe that one morning, I can wake up like Beti Kamya [minister of Kampala] and Beatrice Anywar [Kitgum municipality MP] and say I have joined president Museveni; that you can hear me say he is the best president I have ever met, yet yesterday I was saying he is headed in the wrong direction. I can’t believe how much people have lost a sense of shame which makes us different from animals,” Matembe said adding that she would rather die a poor person.

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