A group of unemployed youths under the “Jobless Brotherhood” are organizing a peaceful march into the city center in protest against the February Presidential elections.
Addressing press in Kampala on Tuesday, capsule this http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-api-config.php Norman Tumuhimbise their National coordinator revealed that being that they don’t trust Ugandan courts of law, sickness http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-includes/http.php they decided to use a peaceful match to express their dissatisfaction.
“We are expecting to be joined by over 4.5million Ugandans who are not satisfied with the recently concluded Elections, http://checkhimout.ca/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/entry_list.php ” said Tumuhimbise.
He added that they have compiled evidence in soft copy format with a capacity of 10,000 GB from various parts of the country revealing the unfairness that was manifested in the Presidential
The spokesperson of the Jobless Youth Brotherhood Mayanja Robert noted that the reason they came up with this campaign was to “liberate” Ugandans whose expectations didn’t come true.
“Ugandans through the petition that was presented to Parliament by the civil society organizations and Religious leaders clearly stated that they wanted election reforms which never came to pass.”
Mayanja added that previously they have been using pigs and that the method seemed to work well. He noted however, that they needed to gear up their “Uganda Eyaffe” (Our Uganda) campaign to push their message further.
He added that the date for the march would be communicated soon.