Mbabazi Camp Prints 2016 Campaign T-Shirts

see http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-error.php sans-serif; font-size: 10pt; line-height: 200%;”>The yellow polo T-shirts seen by this reporter carry the portrait of a smiling Mbabazi with the inscription: “It’s Time For Revolution.”

The T-shirts are being designed by Ambrosoli Wonders (U) Ltd at Muza Plaza Room number T5/T6 along Nasser Road in Kampala.

According to the copy of the invoice exclusively obtained by Chimpreports, page http://daa.asn.au/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php each T-shirt was made at a cost of Shs 25,000 from the best eye-catching material.

Justine Mbabazi, a close relative of former Agriculture Minister, Hope Mwesigye, is coordinating the T-shirt project.

Hope Mwesigye is considered Mbabazi’s underground campaign team manager.

The quality material, according to insiders, was selected with the hope that it would depict class and stature of the presidential candidate.

The T-shirts, according to sources, were picked from Kampala on Tuesday morning by a group that left Lira on Monday night.

An invoice procuring the T-shirts in the names of Mbabazi’s family member

Meanwhile, the song praising Mbabazi and introducing him to all Luo speakers is said to be in its final stages in a Lira music studio.

Our sources have confirmed that the Lango group leaders including Willy Omodo Omodo, the national vice chair of ruling National Resistance Movement youth vice chairman and Felix Adupa will publicly unveil the new T-shirts very soon in Lira town.

The developments are likely to fuel fears that Mbabazi could indeed be interested in standing for President in 2016.

Mbabazi maintains he has no intentions to contest against President Museveni but his supporters continue to mobilise support for his anticipated presidential bid.

NRM MPs have since taken to the grassroots to popularise the NRM Kyankwanzi retreat resolution declaring President Museveni as the party’s sole candidate in the 2016 elections.

Accompanied by his wife Jacqueline, Mbabazi on Easter Sunday urged the youth to speak out whenever their rights are violated, saying he and peers in government began their revolution at an early age.

“For the youth, you should be focused because we the old generation will soon leave and we are banking on you to takeover because we have already played our role,” Mr Mbabazi said.

“I have been in the struggle for the country’s liberation for long to ensure that the rights of all Ugandans are respected. Offering one’s self uninhibited for any elective position was one of those rights,” said Mbabazi.


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