The Butambala legislator Hon. Muwanga Kivumbi has called upon the President of Uganda to learn from the recently concluded American elections if he to live a happy life after 2021.
Speaking on a local radio station in Kampala CBS FM on Wednesday evening, the Shadow minister of internal affairs asked Museveni to learn to be peaceful and avoid the use of excessive powers and suppression of people’s demands to satisfy his selfish interests.
‘You all witnessed Americans vote, was internet and financial services switched off, did you even see any teargas and military deployment on polling stations? This depicts how Mr. Museveni is not democratic at all and therefore people have a right to doubt his victory.’ Said MP Kivumbi.
Hon. Kivumbi also said that leadership does not belong to individual families and governments can never be lead as dynasties sighting it as a reason why Hillary Clinton never made it as president of America.
‘Hillary Clinton wanted to be president, she was the US secretary general, she was first lady to bill Clinton who was president for eight years, before he was president, he was a senator. Just the same family ruling. I having no doubt, Americans voted Donald Trump because he addressed their problems and they also wanted change to overcome the leadership of Friends and Family.’ Added Kivumbi.
He also accused Museveni for grooming his Wife Hon. Janet KatahaMuseveni who also doubles as the minister of Education for the top most government job insisting that he will get shocked like Hillary Clinton.
‘Appointing his wife and promoting his son in the army will do nothing, he will also get shocked when the people deliberately refuse to vote them, Uganda is not Museveni’s country or his ancestor’s property. The wind of shock has started in America and its coming to Uganda.’ Kivumbi articulated.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni come to power in 1986 after overthrowing the government of Gen.Tito Okello Lutwa. He has ruled Uganda for three full decades and has not yet declared plans of retiring from politics though according to the constitution, this is supposed to be his last term in office since by the time Uganda will be voting in 2021, he will be 80 years which is beyond the age limit in the constitution.