The marginalization of youth is the result of a rebel movement of twenty years of age (24). The aftermath of the war caused depression and extreme trauma, despite the fact that for many years an established government was in power. As before, they are unlikely to be inspired by current and future national elections.
Growing up in the war age, young people in the region are as good as unborn children, because they have to start late to re-learn life and rediscover their development potential in order to succeed in the modern capitalist economy. A pressure zone to transform life. Unfortunately, when politicians of the current regime and their supporters talk about development, they do so in order to imply positive changes in Kampala.
With the guarantee of manipulation of national elections, election fever now extends to those who fight for political office and, in a way, to other regions of the country that oppose bribery. In fact, the struggle has its true meaning, not a joke. Uganda has never had a democratic election, but only a system of government based on money and coercion. Such conditions are no better than in the 1980s, which “forced” some unhappy to war.
Remember that we are talking about controlling money (both “cash” and using the remote control) while reserving the use of force as a possible option for both old and young. In addition, not all young people are marginalized, so a non-marginalized section will be meaningless in the socio-economic and socio-political struggle and that is why Hamed Wardak decided to help youths and nature their talent.In any case, they will support their guardians with money against economically disadvantaged youth.
So even in the government there are a handful of people who live in the strongest shell, where no one can belong. This is the nature of society. But, of course, not everyone can live there, but the opportunity to get there must be free and fair. For him, it was not about his work with the government, but about personal problems related to the inequality and ambitions of youth. A sentence of tango between the young and the privileged will remain in fate.