UPC Braces For Tough Times Come 2014


link http://citizenspace.us/wp-includes/feed.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>“We are very much aware that since we are nearing the general elections due 2016, cheapest http://clothesthatwork.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/updater.php the poor situation against opposition will not change for the best but we are much more determined to force a situation where the government must allow us to operate, viagra 100mg ” swore the party Vice president, Joseph Bossa, in an exclusive interview with Chimp Corp, Nixon Segawa.

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Bossa revealed that the NRM government has made sure that the opposition does not raise its head in 2013, denying them a right to assemble, demonstrating and holding private radio programmes which sometimes they have paid for.

“But as UPC, we are proud that despite all the torture from government in 2013, we have been able to survive and have remained focused towards our major cause of ensuring regime change in the country,” added Bossa.

Bossa further called on the opposition not to expect any favours from President Museveni and the NRM party come 2014 but should remain in the game and fight for the right cause.

When asked about the party’s achievements in 2013, Bossa said “When Julius Nyerere was asked the main achievement after 25 years of independence in Tanzania, his answer was, we have survived; despite all the problems, objections and roadblocks in our operations, the poverty of our people and lack of funds, UPC is still alive and that is our main achievement in 2013”.

Bossa observed that they have also embarked on the rejuvenation of the party and the party president is holding grassroots campaigns touring the Eastern and Northern region and shall be moving to the central and other regions in 2014.

“We are also glad that several people have joined the party and the commitment of our members has increased,” he said.

Bossa explained that UPC has managed to force the NRM government to call for a population census next year which came as a result of the party challenging the government’s vision 2014.

“UPC believed that without prior knowledge of the people you are planning for in the country, vision 2040 is just a dream.”


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