Otafiire: Don’t vote Mbabazi, he is dangerous


Minister Kahinda Otafiire

The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Kahinda Otafiire, has labelled Amama Mbabazi “a dangerous, unreliable, unapproachable and tricky politician”.

Otafiire “baptised” Amama while addressing residents of Rakai at a fundraising event of a primary school in Rakai district.

“I have known Mbabazi for over 40 years. He is my friend but I don’t understand him,” Otafiire went on.

He said Mbabazi in any case has nothing new to offer the Uganda.

“I don’t believe in Mbabazi. If I, his friend, will not vote him, how will you vote him?” Otafiire fired away as crowds cheered and ululated.

He warned them to be careful when choosing a presidential candidate to support in the coming elections.

“Better continue supporting President Yoweri Museveni,” he advised.

“Don’t vote Kizza Besigye, don’t vote Mugisha Muntu and definitely, don’t vote Mbabazi,” Otafiire suddenly became poetic.

He said all the above politicians speak well but they methods are not good at all.

Otafiire’s words come at the same time the Hoima Resident District Commissioner, Godfrey Nyakahuma, is under fire for calling Mbabazi a snake.

While appearing on Spice FM radio talk show Spice Parliament on Saturday morning, Nyakahuma referred to Mbabazi as “snake in the pot which will be removed”.

Despite all this, the defiant pro-Mbabazi supporters in Busoga have embarked on a door to door campaign to popularize his bid.

The move follows a recent Police crackdown on pro-Mbabazi supporters across the country.

According to URN, the Pro-Mbabazi Mbabazi mobilisation team in Busoga is comprised of 12 members.

Three of the members are Richard Mwanja, Chairperson, Eldrine Mbooli, Publicity and mobilisation secretary and Program Officer Joseph Kiirya.

Meanwhile in northern Uganda, Hon. Sam Engola, the State Minister for Housing, is being accused of distributing yellow T-shirts to over 800 crime preventers who are undergoing training in Barr sub county.

The motive of the trainees is to contain groups like pro-Mbabazi youth ahead of 2016 general elections.

Aruk Maruk, the RPC Kyoga North region, this morning reportedly went personal on radio Voice of Lango “insulting and abusing the public and moderators” who dared question the state’s motive of dressing security officials in NRM T-shirts.

It took the intervention of Hon. Okot Ogong, the Dokolo County MP- Dokolo District and director of the same radio station, to calm down the situation.

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