When you are born, usually you born into a dynasty or an empire. You are born as a junior following into your father’s footsteps. Your always told your father he did this and that. There’s none of that in the outer city. I call it outer city because here, the Youth are left out. There’s no nothing. They don’t get no family heirlooms because instead of them fulfilling their prophecies they have to start one. Instead of them doing a good job and carrying on an empire, they have to build one. That’s a hec of job for any youngster – male or female to have to build their empire.
For someone else living in the inner city, the real inner city who when he/she is born; at 16 years he gets a car, there’s money in the bank for college on Christmas they go to vacation somewhere. It’s like you have got a friend you never look out for. Everybody needs a little help in their way to being self-reliant. As a country, Uganda need to help these Youth but it needs to be real and it needs to be before they all die and they you say “oh we made a mistake, we should have given them some money. We should have helped the Youth”.
There’s so much money here. I mean no one should be hitting a lottery for millions and we have people starving in the streets. That is not idealistic, that’s just real. There’s no way that people should own planes and others don’t have houses, apartments, clothes, shoes! Its a matter of either stay like this or somebody sacrifices, somebody lay a track.
All the money we making, we should bring them back in the community. We should have football leagues. We need to start taking care of our own. We need to start taking our younger ones to schools, to colleges let them come back and build something.