Ugandans Are Tortured And Oppressed By Their Government – A Nigerian Doctor Says

The youths all around African countries has now wake up to hand over power to a democratic leader. About few days for Ugandans to decide on their next president, check out what a Nigerian doctor, Harvey Funmilayo said and check out what he urge Nigerians to do.

Uganda general election which is coming up on Thursday, 14th of January has begin to cause lots of controversies among Africans as most of the youths where in support of Bobi Wine to unseat the current president.

Yoweri Museveni who is the current president of Uganda has became the president of the country since 1986 as reported, that’s about 35 years to this.

With the look of things, in the incoming election, an Ugandan singer who became a politician, Bobi Wine who happens to be President Museveni’s opponent seems to have more supporters and there’s no dictator more powerful than that of people. That’s why it is mostly say that our vote is our right.

As we all await for the election, see what a Nigerian online doctor, Harvey Olufunmilayo said.

He said “Guys please check this hashtag #WeAreRemovingADictayor and it will bring tears to your eyes.

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Ugandans are being terrorised, tortured and oppressed by their government because the current president want to win re-election after being in power for 35years.

Lend your voice”.

Dr. Olufunmilayo urge everyone to lend their voice to start the hashtag protest.

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

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