The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, has asked Ugandans to reject violence that can plunge the country into war.
Namayanja survived a nasty accident in 2015 at Kigoogwa village along Kampala-Gulu highway.
Oulanyah wondered why Ugandans have become so violent to the extent of wanting to kill each other yet there are big things which can unite them to work for the development of the country.
Oulanyah also condemned the youths who are standing for nothing but money for survival.
Namayanja and her mother thanked God for enabling them to survive the accident.
Namayanja, who hails from Nakaseke which hosted the National Resistance Army liberation war of 1981-86, warned Ugandans against a repeat of the past.
She said that even amidst the age limit amendment storm, rival groups can still tolerate each other.
Namayanja also used the thanksgiving to refute allegations that she is plotting for comeback in 2021 to contest for district Woman MP seat saying she had no intention after voluntarily quitting elective politics.
Pastor Samuel Kajoba, the Seventh Day Adventist Bishop for Central Buganda, region said that Namayanja’s survival was God’s mercy and asked Ugandans to always give thanks whenever they go through such moments.