“I won’t turn back until our stolen votes are restored,” Pastor David Ngabo has vowed.
The “opposition Forum for Democratic Change pastor” made the declaration over the weekend during the thanksgiving ceremony of Mukono legislator Betty Nambooze.
“We shall win because God is with us,” Ngabo told those who gathered at Nambooze’s home.
Ngabo was this year embroiled in a case at Makindye Chief Magistrates Court for his participation in the FDC defiance activities.
He continued: “The land title was stolen, but it doesn’t mean that the one who stole the land title is the owner of the land, and the owner of the land cannot give up until he or she gets back the land.”
The pastor called upon Ugandans to claim the said title until they get it back.
“I was arrested and detained in Nagalama, Kale Kayihura [police chief] was asking who is Ngabo? I am the one, I am Ngabo, I won’t turn back until our stolen votes are restored,” the pastor swore.
Speaking at the same event, former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye said his vision in the current struggle is to end the power of the gun by overthrowing the gun while not using the same gun.
According to Besigye, all Ugandans must commit themselves and participate in this struggle of returning power back to the citizens.
Meanwhile, Nambooze thanked both the FDC and Democratic Party (DP) secretariat, among other opposition members for standing by her in her times of need.
Nambooze was recently taken ill and flown out of the country for treatment. She is currently recovering from a stomach complication at her home in Nakabago village in Mukono.