Ugandans have been urged to hold on to the stability and peace prevailing in their country as they look for alternative means to solve the dissatisfaction of the outcomes of the just concluded 2016 presidential elections.The call has been made by Ambassador Bethuel Kiplagat of Kenya, a senior consultant on peace and conflict resolution while speaking at different stakeholders meeting that discussed how to stabilize Uganda after elections.
Amb. Kiplagat explains that with the prevailing stability, this is the very time for the aggrieved parties to have dialogues to see how the availing discontent can be brought to a common understanding without causing shade of blood of any Ugandan. However, he emphasizes the issue of truthfulness, patience and respect of one another as key features when the matters discussed are put on table.
Meanwhile, at this very meeting, Justice James Ogoola, the chairman of the elders’ forum and a member at the Inter Religious Council of Uganda revealed that they have started on the process that will facilitate a dialogue in regard to the outcome of elections as an element of strengthening the bridges of peace in the country.