Uganda named most extravagant country in the world
Sections of Ugandans have named their own country Uganda as the most extravagant country in the world. The development comes just days after a special cabinet meeting approved the creation of 20 more new districts namely Bunyangabu, Butebo, Bugweri, Kagadi, Kakuuto, Kakumiro, Kapelebyong, Kasanda, Kazo and Kilak, Kitagwenda, Kyadondo, Kyotera, Nabilatuk, Namisindwa, Omoro, Pakwach, Rubanda, Rukiga and Rwampara.
The districts have been approved at a time when Uganda’s economy is not doing well, there is no drugs in hospitals, corruption is high, and the inflation is at its apex. The creation of these 20 new districts means creation of more 20 women MP posts, 60 RDCs, 20 Chief Administrative officers, 20 police commanders, 20 DISOs, 20 LC5 chairpersons, and over 800 civil servants. President Museveni captured power in 1986 when Uganda has 25 districts but 26 years down the road Uganda has 135 districts yet the size of Uganda has remained the same.
Ugandans complain that the speed at which the government is partitioning the country into small units called districts is too high. Some opposition politicians like Norbert Mao of DP have been heard in press conferences that if Museveni rules Uganda for more 10 years each sub county, town council, city, division and municipality could be a district.