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Semujju to Museveni: You are Worried About Eviction because you’ve been living here ‘rent-free’ for a very long time

Kira Municipality Member of Parliament, Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda has attacked president Yoweri Museveni regarding the current repeated reports of torture around the country towards the general elections.

Opposition politicians have most been the victims in the increased torture and police brutality during election campaigns.

The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential aspirant, Hon. Patrick Amuriat has been a usual suspect this campaign season. He was once again arrested for I disciple. Ssemujju, who is also the FDC spokesperson however dismissed all the claims, and insisted that Amuriat was unlawfully paraded in court and charged for sitting on top of his vehicle, and the driver charged for reckless driving.

“Both were granted bail and will soldier on tomorrow. It has been the same campaign. You will meet police officers and army, be removed and dropped where they want you,” Ssemujju said.

The motormouthed FDC spokesperson narrated that president Museveni who has led Uganda for the past 35 years has has been living rent-free for a very long time, and now he’s is so worried about eviction.

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Ssemujju insinuated that Museveni is aware of his downfall and doesn’t want to go down alone.

“Mr. Museveni Tibuhaburwa, you can help Uganda by allowing free expression. If there are people pleading with you, I am one of them. Please don’t go down with our country,” Ssemujju mockingly pleaded.

“If Museveni chooses to go down with the country, that worries me. An opportunity still exists. I don’t worry about when Museveni will go. I only worry that he might go with the country,” he added.


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