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Walk-To-Work Protests Good For NRM – State House

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viagra dosage "sans-serif"; color: black; font-size: 12pt; mso-fareast-font-family: ‘Times New Roman’; mso-fareast-language: EN-GB; mso-bidi-font-family: Arial;”>President’s mouthpiece Tamale Mirundi says the protests will remind legislators rebelling against NRM policies that their government’s hold on power is threatened.

The controversial spindoctor says the propaganda of rebel NRM legislators such as Mohammed Nsereko had split the party.

“This is good news for us. The first round of walk to work riots re-united the party. This one (next week’s protests) comes at a time we need them most,” Mirundi says.

He made the remarks while appearing on an early morning talk show on Impact Radio in Kampala today.

Mirundi has in the past made controversial statements, at some times publicly abusing high ranking government officials.

He once led a verbal offensive against Prof. Gilbert Bukenya during his days as Vice President, telling the country’s No. 2 not to hide behind the President’s name but carry his cross during accusations of causing financial loss to government during the Common Wealth Preparations in 2007.

Mirundi recently rebuked Bank of Uganda Governor Emmanuel Mutebile should step down if he felt working Museveni was no longer possible!

While most Ugandans feel entertained by Mirundi’s outrageous statements, insiders say he is always reflecting the President’s attitudes to contentious issues.

But interestingly, Museveni Wednesday told the nation that walk to work riots paralysed the economy and sunk the Tourism sector.

Jeff Wadulo posted on face book: “He sounds like the guy who…Gaddafi’s spokesman… Ibrahim…?? or Comical Ali of the Sadam Hussein Fame! Lol!”

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