In trying to grapple with corruption, The President of Uganda recently stated that the corrupt suspects should not be given bail. While this seems a good idea I must say that the biggest problem currently facing Uganda's fight is not judiciary and in that respect bail- All state actors must be seen to be fighting corruption. Not through lip service but through doing their work. For instance I would agree with the President if he was not recycling his corrupt Ministers including those that were censured by Parliament.
In one of the incidences, H.E the President Chaired a caucus meeting that was discussing a procurement related case of NSSF and the culprits were ignored; Bail comes after a legal process and the truth if each responsible authority took action beginning with the President we would have a better nation.
So where is the problem?