In the face of this danger, there is no escaping either the gravity or the totality of this threat if we are to ensure the survival of what truly makes us as a nation whose God is the true God.
Proverbs 29:2 says, "when the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth the rule, the people moan". Uganda will turn out to be a reflection of either the righteous being in authority, in which the people rejoice, or the wicked, bearing the rule in which case the people moan.
For instance, there are conditions which the Ugandan people would never consent to. So I hope you bear this in mind as one who truly cares not only for the well being but also for the freedom of the people or else it would tantamount to some kind of raping of human rights.
Unfortunately, you have not even spared places of worship as your tentacles have spread across and seen and felt. The "clergy" who have been infected by dirty politics have brought this contagious bug to the churches, infecting the flock with it and thus ravaging it by causing division using the hate that is witnessed. You must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, especially when it extends to matters of faith.
Guard against the temptation of playing God like other States have seemingly done, because if you do, you can count on us to resist you with our very life: "and they overcame him by the blood of the lamb, and by the word of their testimony. AND THEY LOVED NOT THEIR LIVES UNTO DEATH" - Revelation 12:11.
Dear politician, if it looks like tyranny, talks like tyranny and walks like tyranny it is not constitutional democracy. This self deluded arrogance which goes like this: "my version of Christianity is right, and yours is wrong, and because you are wrong, your freedom of worship doesn't need to be taken into account", should have no place in a civilized society. Look at the historical tyrannies and show me the difference between them and this kind of attitude. There is none.
Dear politician, don't get us to the place where we have to make a choice between you and God: "judge for yourselves whether it is right in God's sight to listen to you rather than God" - Acts 4:19.
Dear politician, these issues are for you to deal with. No other person will deal with them for you. In these last days, those who make themselves our enemies, that is, enemies of God, are setting themselves up for a fall. They are "kicking against the pricks". The cup of their rebellion is almost full before God, waiting to be poured upon them in judgement.
Dear politician, you can ignore God but you cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring God.
The author is the founder and president Zoe Fellowship Ministries