OP-ED: How Opposers Of UNRA Will One Day Be Seen As Enemies Of The State


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By Ben Ssebuguzi

KAMPALA: Bridges are recognition of a nation’s infrastructure. Bridges play an important role in connecting people and goods.

Building safe and long lasting bridges is exemplary for both own and outside people. It is recognition for both the nation and the world.That’s why it is very wrong for bad people to underestimate the role of Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA).

According to statistics issued by the Ministry of Transportation, China has over half of the world’s long-span bridges and eight of the top ten tallest bridges, demonstrating the country’s strong overall national might.

Pittsburgh, dubbed the “City of Bridges,” has 446 bridges, more than any other city on the planet, including Venice, Italy.

Further more there are more than 1,000 bridges in the United States alone.

Those naysayers who don’t value the role of UNRA as the face our country will one day get ashamed when God refuses their evil plans.

Ben Ssebuguzi is the SG of Uganda poor youth movement and public awareness and information dissemination expert courtesy of Public Opinion

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