Besigye: Museveni Sabotaging Mbabazi's Presidential Ambitions

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Besigye’s comment follows the recent Kyankwanzi resolution where NRM MPs endorsed President Yoweri Museveni as the sole candidate in the 2016 general elections.

Besigye also noted that the recent mistreatment of NRM Party Secretary General, Amama Mbabazi, when it came out in the media that he was ready to contest against President Museveni, is a clear indication that he holds the party as a family matter.

Dr. Besigye was speaking during the launch of electoral reform campaign dubbed “Free and Fair Elections Now” at Kagote S.D.A Hall in Fort Portal municipality.

He blasted the President for not giving chance to wise and capable leaders in NRM like Mbabazi to stand against him and show their potential.

“He instead holds internal talks convincing them to step down.”

Norbert Mao, the Democratic Party President, said if Museveni does not quit office this time, “blood will flow like it did down Katongo River where he fought from”.

He said the launched Free and Fair Elections Now Campaign will help in transforming the mindset of the Ugandans and in removing the current regime that has overstayed in power.

FDC President, Mugisha Muntu, said Uganda lacks leaders with a will to build institutions coupled with citizens’ dependence on good faith of corrupt leaders.

Ingrid Turinawe, the Women’s League FDC and Commander of Walk to Work Land Forces, asked the Batooro to get involved in the walk to work and Free and Fair Electoral Reforms for economic as well as political transformation to take place.

Unlike the recent opposition campaigns that were marred by police blockage and beatings like in Northern Uganda, Mbale, Kabale and Kasese, this one was peaceful.

The police did not deploy to interfere with their rallies or public debates.

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