Personal Opinion top DERICK TUMUSIIME: Maybe We deserved Coronavirus Pandemic April 13, 2020 REDPEPPER Editorial Derick Tumusiime is a Ugandan writer based in the United Kingdom. (Courtesy Photo) About Author: Derick Tumusiime is a Ugandan living in the United Kingdom. About Post Author REDPEPPER Editorial editor See author's posts Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Health, uganda, united kingdom Continue Reading Previous Tanzanian Govt bans international flights in move to curb COVID-19, cases rise to 46Next UCC launches fact-checking initiative to defeat Fake News on Online Media Pages: 1 2 More Stories Featured News top IMPACTFUL! URSB Launches ‘Women in Business Club’ to Empower Female Entrepreneurship March 6, 2021 Brian Musaasizi | REDPEPPER Correspondent News top World Biased, Unsolicited! Ugandans in Europe Sting EU Parliament over proposed sanctions March 6, 2021 Maurice Muhwezi | REDPEPPER Staff Writer Featured OPED top PAUL KASENENE: COVID-19 vaccination – what you need to consider March 6, 2021 REDPEPPER Editorial 1 thought on “DERICK TUMUSIIME: Maybe We deserved Coronavirus Pandemic” I truly agree with Mr Tumusiime’s honest remarks. I would like to briefly add on to his Social intelligence by stating that as governments across the world enact emergency measures to keep people at home and stave off the pandemic, some are unhappy about having their missteps publicized. Others are taking advantage of the crisis to silence critics and tighten control. COVID-19 poses significant threats to government and regime security as it has the potential to expose poor governance and lack of transparency on issues that affect every citizen in a given country. Comments are closed.