A granny in Apach northern Uganda has predicted that President Yoweri Museveni will be elected to his seat once again in 2016 general elections.
Mary Akello Ojudu, 80, made the revelation while welcoming Museveni to Apach.
Akello who has served as the LC1 chairperson Biashara Cell Town Council for 26 years says God has spoken to her about Museveni’s future.
“God elected you through the apple to lead us. God will elect you again,” she told the president.
It should be remembered that the same God asked First Lady, Janet Kataaha Museveni, not to contest once more as Member of Parliament for Ruhaama in western Uganda.
Kenya may rely on witchdoctor, John Domi, to predict Barack Obama’s presidency but Uganda is a Christian country.
Meanwhile still in Apach, Museveni met Obedia Akaki, a brother to late Head of State, Milton Obote.
He also received a gift of shoes from Mzee Washa Cana, a local shoe maker in Apach as an appreciation for his leadership.
Museveni (70?) has been President of Uganda since 29 January 1986 when he captured power.
He will be going for a fifth term in office having defeated all his opponents in the past elections.
This time round, he is battling for the same seat with his former Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi.
According to Museveni’s press secretary, Tamale Mirundi, Mbabazi threat is taking a negative toll on the president to the extent that he has started losing grip of the country.