Mbarara Univerity lecturers exodus sh...

Mbarara Univerity lecturers exodus shocks MPs

There are 2 comments on the New Vision story from Nov 10, 2011, titled Mbarara Univerity lecturers exodus shocks MPs. In it, New Vision reports that:

THE exodus of lecturers from Mbarara University of Science and Technology for greener pastures outside the country has shocked members of parliament.

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kizito

Claremont, CA

#1 Nov 10, 2011
They are tired of working for peanuts. Mps clean up your act before u end up in the hospital doing their work! Ugandan take the step because of the govt. policies that benefit the connected few. I would like to come back to my beautiful Uganda but dictator won't give a chance to others.
grut

Athens, TN

#2 Nov 10, 2011
Kizito you are really pathetic. You sound like a guitar with only one string. The only thing you know is calling people dictators, because you cannot express your mind better. If you don't know enough english or you don't understand world events go back to Owino market and engage in gossiping!
Whether it is Ugandans or Mexicans or englishmen leaving their country to go and make more money elsewhere they are entitled to this basic human right, to seek a better life. I actually encourage it, for those interested to go and live and work in another country and bring to Uganda a lot of money and invest in your families and help your neighbors.
Of course every man has ambitions, and dreams. Follow your dreams to get and live a level of life you want. If you are not getting opportunities in Uganda try another place. I am sure you have seen indians, Chinese, South Africans, Nigerians and many others coming to Uganda for the same reason. Actually people are finding Uganda to be a land of opportunity. There is a reason why Foreigners are coming and succeeding in Uganda and some Ugandans are stuck. This situation is true in any country, I see it in USA. Some americans are poor and stuck, while Mexicans can't wait to jump into the same towns and find the opportunities.
Certainly there is no shortage of opportunities in Uganda, but Ugandans should chase their dreams in any country they want. This is Okay!

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