The poor people of Uganda can be helped if there is a deliberate policy off diesel. It is true that engines which run on diesel can be run on plant oil substitutes. If such substitutes like Sunflower can be encouraged, then the farmers would reap big. Our industrial capacity greatly depends on diesel oil and the same to the trucks. This oil is subject to a lot of external influences, including transport logistics, increased prices among other things. If money spent on buying diesel is instead spent on buying Sunflower and the modification to serve as diesel, then many of our farmers would benefit and cost of transportation could equally be reduced and our industrial produce would equally get more competitive as there are chances of producing at a lower cost due to substitution of diesel.