Forum for democratic change (FDC) party presidential candidate Rtd. Col Dr Kizza Besigye was on Wednesday in Kisoro district in South Western Uganda where he held his third campaign rally.
Flanked by party President Mugisha Muntu, more about seek http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_addgallery_page/module.nextgen_addgallery_page.php Chairman Wasswa Biriggwa and other top party officials, clinic Besigye first addressed the residents of Rubuguri trading center in Kirundo Sub County, before heading to the main rally in Kisoro town.
Several residents stood by the roadside to catch a glimpse of the four time presidential contestant with the majority occasionally flashing the FDC ‘V’ sign.
At Rubuguru, Dr Besigye told the residents that he and the NRM colleagues did not go to the bush to help President Museveni into office but to turn around the lives of the suffering Ugandans.
He added that the 1980s struggle was aimed at benefiting every Ugandan not a few individuals.
“But when we captured power, things changed. The very reasons that took us to war were abandoned by (President) Museveni. Today many of you have been left as spectators in your own country. You have absolutely no say in how Uganda should be managed,” he said.
“This is the point where we get to say enough is enough, and turn the guns against the dictators,” he said.
Besigye also called upon the locals to guard against vote rigging when time comes for the February 2016 elections.
At the rally, he also expounded on in his earlier declared plan to provide a new laptop to every student in Uganda.
He said that his government would not fail to raise $300 million to provide a computer to the 1.2 million students in the country.
On top of this he had earlier promised to provide a shs 1million monthly salary to the 156,000 primary school teachers in the country.
From Rubuguri Besigye proceeded to Kisoro town, but when he reached Kalele trading center however, his car was unable to proceed in the muddy road, compelling him to walk the remaining distance.