Yoweri Kaguta Museveni term ends in May, Joel Ssenyonyi

The National Unity Party (NUP) spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi,was assuring their supporters and the people of Uganda on one of the political programs that it is not yet over because the people of Uganda are going to reclaim the victory that the incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni stole from their party leader Mr Kyagulanyi.

Joel Ssenyonyi

The National Unity Party (NUP) party spokesperson,said that it is time for the National Resistance Movement (NRM) regime to be thrown out as ugandans don’t believe in their victory.

Ssenyonyi said that Museveni’s term ends in may because the people of Uganda voted Bobi wine as their new president.

Joel Ssenyonyi

Asked about the process and means of how it will be done, Ssenyonyi said the same way it happened in Malawi,Sudan and Gambia,is the same way it will happen in Uganda. Joel adds that it will be betrayal if Ugandans remain led by a leader they did not vote for in the January 14 elections.

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“We believe that she same it happened in Sudan,Gambia and Malawi. Let us wait but all I can assure you is that we are going to claim our victory. As the National Unity Party (NUP), we are going to come out soon to clearly tell ugandans the next course of action,”Joel said.

Ssenyonyi added that they will join their voices with other National Unity Party members and the rest of the change loving Ugandans to demand the unconditional release of all political prisoners.

Joel Ssenyonyi

Ssenyonyi promised that in a few months, president Museveni is not going to be president and asserts that he may not even swear in because the people of Uganda are going to say enough is enough.

Joel sent warm greetings to their supporters allover Uganda,but most importantly sent a message of appreciation to them for standing firm even in the midst of untold Intimidation from the regime.

Joel Ssenyonyi

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

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