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Besigye told the gathering that he was broke because of being denied his right of movement to his work place, claiming hundreds of armed police officers are always at his “doorsteps led by the infamous Sam Omara.”
“This has made my financial standards deteriorate,” said Besigye.
“The time I should be spending looking for money, I spend it at home sleeping because I don’t get a chance to leave my home for work.”
He also revealed that he is ready to join his village mates at Rwakabengo in Rukungiri municipality to take to the streets over government’s failure to generate electricity for the people and the high poverty levels in the communities.
“This is a sign of the government’s failure to serve its population,” alleged Besigye.
The opposition leader claims whenever he returns to his country home in Rukungiri he finds hundreds of people waiting for him to address their grievances and concerns, blaming the government for neglecting them.
He also disclosed that during his recent trip to the United Kingdom recently, he met with the exiled former Head of Intelligence Organs Gen. David Tinyefuza in a closed door meeting and discussed a range of issues that are currently hurting Ugandans.