Despite constant assurances from the government, police and army on peaceful elections, former spy Charles Rwomushana insists that there will be violence in the upcoming general elections.
Rwomushana also wondered why Ugandans are trusting the army and the police, which he claims is full of pretenders.
“There is no difference between the army and the police because the most dangerous people from the army and the intelligence department are deployed in police,” he said.
Mr Rwomushana also said that the government has wasted efforts fighting Go Forward’s Mbabazi but have left FDC presidential flag bearer Kizza Besigye who is most likely to cause turmoil since he is gaining massive support.
In December last year, Prime Minister Mr Ruhakana Rugunda warned that the government will deal with criminals who want to disturb the peace and stability of the country
Rugunda, urged people to maintain peace and stability during this period of elections. He assured Ugandans that government will ensure a peaceful 2016 general elections and asked Ugandans to report to police anybody trying to cause chaos and undermine elections process.