Sudanese problems was wrongly diagnosed -Museveni
By Opio Jackson
President Yoweri Museveni Kaguta said the persistent conflict in the Sudan was due to “wrong diagnosis.”
“The mistake was wrong diagnosis. Some people want to be polite and do not want to tell the fact as it is. I am not those leaders,” he said.
Mr. Museveni told the Sudanese leaders during the launch of Sudan’s peace talks in Juba yesterday to discuss real issues, saying they should stop wasting time if they wanted to help their people.
President Museveni described as rubbish some leaders who want to be polite and did not want to tell the fact and truth about the causes of conflict in Southern Kordofan, Blue Nile and parts of western Darfur.
President Museveni wondered why the leaders spent three years in Doha discussing things that were well known to everyone.
He said politicians were like doctors in the society.
“If you are a doctor and you do a wrong diagnosis for patients, the patients will not be cured because of wrong diagnosis which leads to wrong prescription,” he added.
“The politicians managing the society are like doctors, they are social political doctors. You must be able to identify the problems in the society,” he added.
President Museveni said the ideology often come after identifying the problems in the society, adding that insecurity rises when the leaders do not have ideology.