voiced their opposition to the amendment.
But whether his message is being accepted is a different matter. Until his syndicated press conference at State House, Entebbe on September 13, President Museveni has been fully in control of the message, with State House officials vetting hosts and letting in only those agreeable to the President.
Explaining his plan on radio, President Museveni runs a monologue for almost an hour before inviting select ministers to clarify some of the issues of contention. It’s not clear how this format helps the president answer questions about the proposed land amendment, and whether the public understands his motives.