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“We can only have issues if such things transits into treason or violence,” he added.
Security personnel looked on in shock as hundreds of fans watching the football tie between Uganda Cranes and Tanzania’s Taifa Stars displayed posters bearing Sejusa’s head with a heading “The Return of The Hero.”
The youth also positioned themselves strategically to ensure their message is captured by the media.
Soccer fans displaying the posters
The identities of the individuals that carried the posters to the stadium remain unclear as well as their motive.
Sejusa, who has been holed up in London since May, kicked up dust when he alleged that those who opposed to the idea of Brig Muhoozi Kainerugaba succeeding his father, President Yoweri Museveni, were targeted for assassination.
Government denied the so-called “Muhoozi project,” saying it was a figment of Sejusa’s imagination and that the General was addressing his personal issues in a wrong forum.
However, it later turned out that Sejusa was determined to overthrow the government of President Museveni. He has for the last few months used foreign media houses to announce his plans to “remove this regime.”
It remains unclear whether Police will conduct investigations into the “Sejusa Posters” but observers speculate that it’s most likely considering that Sejusa’s master plan has always been to use youth to cause regime change.