The opposition should adopt other methods and means of demanding government action instead of disrupting economic activities through Walk to Work protests, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has advised. According to Kadaga, the Walk to Work protests have not reduced the high commodity prices, a reason those behind the campaign started it early this year.
Kadaga made her observation last evening in a heated parliamentary debate that lasted for over five hours. She told opposition MPs, led by the leader of the opposition Nathan Nandala Mafabi, to find other means to address the problems targeted by the campaign. Kadaga also advised government to own up to several mistakes that were