I do not write about politics because I want to.
I write about politics because it is my responsibility as a human being.
If we were in a different world, or in a different situation, I would much rather get to my writings about Social Work, Counseling abd adventuring, and philosophy first (I will get to them, eventually).
But I have spoken before of the fire consuming the world, and of my existential responsibility to douse the flames. Alas, I write about politics. Because it is my responsibility. Because it is what I need to do as a human being.
I write about politics because I see a society corrupted by money, I write about politics because of all this, and because anything less than screaming the truth at the top of your lungs would be outright cowardice.
I write about politics because I don’t want to come up empty-handed when my future kids ask me what I did to thwart the danger of Dictarial leaders, of Global Warming. Because I want future generations to know that King Mwanga and president Museveni gave their heart and soul fighting to make their future a better place: to ensuring that it’s even livable in the first place.
I write about politics not because it’s what I want to do, but because it is what’s right.
I want a president who knows the worth of those around him and doesn’t wish to step on that.
I want the president who feels the life of the poor, who grew in the same situation, who can inspire the lower class people.
I want the president who is loyal to people, who is common in the eyes of civilians, who not so brutal and arrogant.
I want the president who is not tribalistic, not nepotistic, not oppressive, not seggregative, and discriminative.
I want a president who respect people, who respect government institution, who dont call himself superior than others.
I want a president who wakes up at 5 in the morning to see the sunrise because it’s the simple things that matter most.
I want a president who isn’t afraid of standing for what he believes in, or against what he doesn’t.
I want a president who puts himself low so others can feel what it’s like to be high.
I want a president who isn’t afraid of the truth, but sadly, it doesn’t take much to get under your paper skin, does it?
I want a president who’s been where we’ve been. Who’s felt what we’ve felt.
I want a president who listens more and talks less.
I want a president who breaks glass ceilings every day and is proud of what they’ve spent their life creating.
I want a president who practices mindful thinking, not mindless tweeting.
I want a president who would throw themselves in front of a bus for us,but unfortunately, I think you’re the one driving the bus, Mr. Museveni.
I want a president who does yoga.
I want a president who wakes up every day blessed to be alive.
I want a president who practices kindness in the most sincere way.
Because that’s what makes a president worthwhile, President Bobi Wine.