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God has a lot of work to do, he isn’t here to look after idiots – President Museveni warns Ugandans

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President Yoweri Museveni has cautioned Ugandans against misbehaving during coronavirus pandemic while thinking God would save them – According to him, God was busy rescuing the world and did not have time to save Ugandans who do not follow instructions.
The head of state compared the fight against coronavirus to a military war whose only agenda was to harvest deaths.
He also warned them against asking for the freedom to be outside and run their business while the fight against coronavirus continues President Yoweri Museveni has cautioned Uganda’s against flaunting safety precautions issued by the government to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The head of state issued a statement metaphorically comparing the global fight against the pandemic to a military war where the only agenda was a harvest of death.He also cautioned Ugandan’s against misbehaving in the hope that God will save them against the coronavirus noting their Heavenly Father was preoccupied with other important things. “God has a lot of work,

He has the whole world to look after. He cannot just be here in Uganda looking after idiots,’ he said. “In a war situation, nobody asks anyone to stay indoors. You stay indoors by choice. In fact, if you have a basement, you hide there for as long as hostilities persist,” he added.

The president further asked those asking for the freedom to desist from doing so noting during a war, one should not insist on their freedom. According to him, they should willingly give up their freedom in exchange for survival since the war they were fighting would only satiate after turning the world into one big death field. ‘During a war, you do not complain of hunger. You bear hunger and pray that you live to eat again,” he said.

According to him, the world was in a state of war that does not involve guns, bullets, human soldiers, without cease-fire agreements or sacred zones. The head of state said the army in the fight against COVId-19 was without mercy, without any milk of human kindness and that it was indiscriminate. It has no respect for children, women, or places of worship.

“This army is not interested in the spoils of war. It has no intention of regime change. It is not concerned about the rich mineral resources underneath the earth,’ he said “It is not even interested in religious, ethnic or ideological hegemony. Its ambition has nothing to do with racial superiority. It is an invisible, fleetfooted, and ruthlessly effective army,” he added Museveni also noted the pandemic’s capacity to achieve its aim was not in doubt and that even without a ground, amphibious and aerial machines, it had bases in almost every country.

But he was also quick to point out that the enemy had a weakness and that it could be defeated and that it only required collective action, discipline and forbearance. According to him, COVID-19 could not survive social and physical distancing and that it only thrives when one confronts it. “Its movement is not governed by any war convention or protocol. In short, it is a law unto itself. It is coronavirus,” he said.

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