Tension as Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Warns Bobi Wine

Uganda`s President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni sparked up mixed reactions after taking to the public to assert that those planning to disrupt his swearing in will not manage to do such, adding that the same people planning that have been killing Ugandans are dragging his name in it.


President Museveni who was declared the winner for a sixth term since he took office in 1986, has been on the receiving end of attacks for allegedly rigging the January 14, 2021 general elections in Uganda, and allegedly chasing away the Former Presidential candidate Bobi Wine.

On Sunday, March 14, 2021 while speaking to the Daily Monitor, President Museveni asserted that his swearing in function will go on as planned, sending a warning to any group planning to dismantle his historic day.

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

According to President Museveni, he is a clean person, alleging that he has not being involved in any of the killings as reported by different media outlets and opposition leaders in Uganda, adding that they have been killing themselves and accusing his government.


“They have been planning that they will stop the swearing in of the president. They won’t. They plan all sorts of things including killing their own opposition people to say it is the government,” President Museveni said.

Ugandans will protesting sometimes back

Ugandans flooded the wall, showing their regrets for having President Museveni as their head of state, asserting that they could have listen to Milton Obote not to trust Museveni as their leader.

Another sample asked President Museveni to arrest the so called opposition if indeed they are the ones killing Ugandans as he alleges.

Read also : Bobi Wine brother Dax Vibez welcomes baby Boy

Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

Related Articles

Stay Connected


Latest Articles