FDC presidential candidate, Kizza Besigye, has attacked President Yoweri Museveni for destroying the railway system in Uganda.
The retired colonel was campaigning in Lira and Kole districts in northern Uganda.
He said those who supported Museveni and those who opposed him have united to say enough is enough.
“This is Museveni’s last chance to peacefully say bye to our country. He has to retire, go to his farm in his village and rest as Uganda moves on,” Besigye maintained.
Besigye urged his supporters to prepare themselves for these final two weeks to make sure that no mistake happens.
“We must lock our hands together for in unity our power lies. We must stand firm against the last kicks of a dying horse,” he said to a cheering crowd.
He said the regime is going to try as a last desperate measure to cause fear that something will happen when they leave power in two weeks.
“I appeal to you to remain strong and firm. Nothing can shake the people of Uganda.”
In Lira town, Besigye witnessed the poverty that people have been experiencing.
After president Museveni promised to compensate those who lost their cows during Kony war, hundreds of people start queuing at Housing finance Lira town branch to open bank accounts from where the compensation is to be channelled.
People wake up as early as 6:00am and still need Shs20,000 is required to open up an account, according to Besigye’s handlers.
“Their worry is whether the promise will be fulfilled or its just politics as usual. Each family is to be given one cow.”
Lira residents also officially handed Besigye a key to a State House.
He then roared: ”One Uganda, one people. This is not a mere political rally. This is a victory Parade.”