Patience Museveni Declares War on Maids in Saudi Arabia

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Patience Museveni Rwabwogo has declared war on the curse of Ugandans working as maids in Saudi Arabia. According to her, it’s a curse for our children to leave our blessed land and work as maids in foreign households. She firmly believes that the Lord wants us to be prosperous right here in our homeland, and it’s high time we break free from this curse once and for all.

Ms. Rwabwogo’s words have sparked a wave of introspection among Ugandans. For too long, our people have sought employment abroad, often in less than desirable conditions, just to make ends meet. But now, with Ms. Rwabwogo’s call to action, many are reconsidering their options and looking for ways to find prosperity within our own borders.

As the daughter of President Yoweri Museveni, Ms. Rwabwogo’s message carries significant weight in Ugandan society. Her words have the power to influence public opinion and shape government policy. And with her passionate stance against the practice of Ugandans working as maids in Saudi Arabia, she’s leading the charge for change.

But breaking the curse won’t be easy. For years, Ugandans have been lured by the promise of better wages and opportunities abroad, often at the expense of their own well-being. The allure of foreign lands and the desire for a better life have led many to overlook the dangers and hardships they may face as maids in Saudi households.

Ms. Rwabwogo’s call to action is a wake-up call for all Ugandans. It’s time to reevaluate our priorities and focus on building a brighter future right here at home. Instead of seeking employment overseas, we should be investing in our own communities and creating opportunities for our people to thrive.

But breaking the curse is about more than just economic prosperity. It’s about reclaiming our dignity and self-worth as a nation. It’s about standing up against exploitation and injustice, and fighting for a better future for all Ugandans, both at home and abroad…..Díscover Moré

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