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The Parliament Rules and Privileges committee chaired by Fox Odoi yesterday considered that Sejusa`s seat should be declared vacant which was adopted by the house.
Sejusa fled Uganda in April after writing a controversial letter seeking an investigation into reports that some army and government officials opposed to Brig Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s rise to presidency were being targeted for assassination.
Government denied the so-called Muhoozi project, accusing Sejusa of fanning tribal sentiments in the army. It was later discovered that Sejusa had finalized plans to overthrow Museveni.
In his reaction, Sejusa said his being a parliamentarian was irrelevant in the president Museveni-controlled toothless Parliament which doesn’t represent the aspirations of Ugandans.
“It`s meaningless to remain a member of Parliament while the majority of Ugandans are living miserably. The dictatorial regime is controlling the Parliament against the wishes of 34 million people,” charged Sejusa.
The general says he should now be left a free Ugandan who can participate in any activity like any other free citizens without any yoke of jargon from any state institution.
“I want to categorically express to the public that I am now a free man like any other Ugandan and should be left to do what I want in my country as free citizen.”
He also warned president Museveni not to try using the army to stifle his rights and activities.
Sejusa finally cautioned police chief Kale Kayihura, Kampala Metropolitan Police Commander Felix Kaweesi, Kampala north operation`s commander Sam Omara and Gilbert Arinaitwe that the government of Museveni is about to collapse and that they must change or go down with the regime.
President Museveni recently told press that he was not worried about Sejusa’s threats and that if the General wanted to change government by arms, “he knows my address.”
Some of Sejusa’s associates suspected of having tried to infiltrate the Special Forces Command to topple Museveni are facing charges of treason at Makindye Court Martial