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Muntu noted Uganda has never seen any regime peacefully hand over instruments of power to another ever since Uganda gained Independence.
“For the last 50 years, Presidents of Uganda have been using violence to come to power. However, FDC intend to use civil democracy to rule the nation,” he confirmed.
“Idi Amin Dada used a coup to come to power, Tito Okello used violence and Museveni also used violence to access power. This must come to an end,” said Muntu as thousands of his supporters cheered him on.
Muntu further promised to put an end to the theory that Museveni must always win in western Uganda.
‘”It’s widely held that the region is an NRM stronghold. This must end.”
The retired army commander said this campaign intends to create a strong bond between FDC party and the people of Uganda with the view to build momentum for 2016 general elections.
Muntu urged the people of Rukungiri to vote and give him an opportunity to be President of FDC since Nandala Mafabi is already the Leader of Opposition in Parliament.
Muntu told the congregation it was time for change, adding Uganda needed a change of Government as soon as possible or else is heading for a crisis if nothing is done about it.
Muntu said the FDC was prepared to continue fighting until it removed this “disappointing regime” of President Museveni.
Some of the FDC leaders at Muntu’s rally were Winfred Kiiza and Hon. Edith Kibalama.