ambulance http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/uninstall.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 115%;”>Bossa said “It is time for all Ugandans to draw several lessons from what happened to the Morsi government in Egypt where people refused to accept its dictatorial rule.”
He noted that Ugandans should avoid paying a deaf ear when different sectors of the economy are being hurt by the security agencies in the country because it affects the whole country.
“When businessmen under KACITA are attacked, the taxi drivers don’t feel bothered and this applies to even the teachers, medical practitioners, media people who just sit to wait for their time,” noted Bossa.
President Yoweri Museveni recently said an internal insurrection against government is impossible in Uganda.
Speaking recently at the Heroes’ Day celebrations in Nakaseke, Museveni said opposition leaders especially Dr Kizza Besigye who were causing commotion in Kampala had been tamed with teargas.
The President attributed the slow growth of the economy to the opposition protests which he said scared away investors, hurt tourism and disrupted businesses.
He further accused of opposition of peddling lies to incite the public, adding government was taking all necessary steps to curb corruption and expedite service delivery.
But Bbosa said with politicians playing their role, it is time for a unitary move by the citizens of this country to foster the change needed.
“This would be a joint venture to ensure that all Ugandans are united towards a common cause of regime change in the country,” he added.
The opposition leader urged the voters to cause a change in this country and not at any time opt for a coup which is so disastrous to our economy.