Former Vice President Prof Gilbert Bukenya has revealed that despite having served as Vice President in the NRM government for a decade, website like this http://conceptbath.com/wp-admin/includes/media.php “DP still runs in my blood.”
The controversial politician, who broke ranks with NRM after being removed from the powerful second highest political position in the land, told the DP Buganda Youth conference in Nsambya, Kampala that opposition must step up mobilisation to remove President Museveni from office.
“I don’t want to remain in opposition. I want power,” the trained medical doctor revealed.
“We have to join hands and look for someone from the central region. We have for long been blindly supporting Museveni but now we have seen the light,” he added.
Bukenya emphasised that, “The opposition should focus on making stronger mobilisation in the central region since it has the biggest number of voters if we want power.”
DP supporters from Buganda are holding a meeting at Sharing Hall, Nsambya with the main agenda of discussing “how to cause regime change in Uganda.”
In attendance is ousted Kampala Mayor Erias Lukwago and DP Nation coordinator, Moses Bigirwa among other leaders from different parts of Buganda.
“We should all get together, join forces genuinely to do away with the country’s biggest problem,” emphasised Bukenya.
On his part, Bigirwa said it’s “time for the youth to determine the future of the country. The old leaders are just gambling and not offering a solution to Ugandans.”
Several speakers said they were tired of infighting in the party over power and money ahead of the 2016 elections.
By 3:00pm, party President Norbert Mao was yet to arrive for the conference.
Members are expected to explore possibilities of removing Mao from the party presidency.
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Sharita succumbed to Cancer and Pneumonia last Friday in New York, United States.
Mourners broke down in grief as speaker after speaker hailed Sharita’s kindness and amiable character traits.
Kayihura said younger officers should emulate the discipline, zeal and commitment with which Sharita served the law enforcement body.
The minister for Constitutional Affairs Col Kahinda Otafiire remembered the deceased as a “free and humorous person from the time we have been together as friends.”
“It is absurd that before his death, he wanted to see me but I was outside the country, so I call upon anybody who could have received the message that the late wanted to give me to forward it to me,” said Otafiire in his usual humorous tone.
The widow Jane Sharitah told mourners the deceased was a “loving husband who never wanted his family to suffer in any way in his presence.
“In the 28 years I have lived with my dear husband he has been so generous, caring and compassionate. He has been suffering from Gastric cancer for a long time but the aliment had reduced due to the treatment he was getting in recent years.”
Justus Asaba described his late father as a “fighter who couldn’t accept defeat at any time of his life.”
Top government officials attended the ceremony.
At the time of his death, said Police, Sharita had diligently served the law enforcement body for 28 years.
He leaves behind a widow, Jane Shariita and children – Geoffrey, Justus, Julian, Juliet, Jean, Joshua, Leonard and Steven.
The body has been taken to Kyankukwe Village in Mitooma district for burial on Saturday.