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“The economy is suffering yet Museveni needs to yet pay police officers, soldiers, which money no longer exists besides the pressure he has from the international donors,” Besigye observed.
“From the time he signed the Anti-Gay Bill, his conscience has continued to bother him and yet he can no longer reverse it. He did this forcefully to solicited votes from the public and now the financial side has back fired.”
“Making the minister of Foreign Affairs to move tirelessly bending low to donors all over the world trying to persuade them to release some funds is not going to help him at all,” continued the opposition icon.
“Because he has even failed to keep the country stabile, no donor will risk his business in such an outraged environment. That is why his regime faces collapse.”
President Museveni said the Anti-Gay Bill into law at the start of the year amid cries and protests around the world.
Many countries decried the decision; human rights organisations branded it an assault to rights of individuals while the United States threatened to cut aid unless the law was repealed.
Currently, Minister Kutesa is in the US strategically to persuade White House that the gay law will not infringe on the rights of individuals.
Meanwhile, countries like Pakistan, China, South Africa and Israel have already pledged their support to Uganda arguing, that their relations are not based on internal affairs of the east African state and Pearl of Africa.