| Presidential Campaigns Start 10/26/2010 |
Fellow Ugandans, the
that we have all been waiting for is drawing nearer by the second. The presidential campaigns
for this election season will kick off on October 28th. Un-shockingly,
to many of us, among the eight candidates, is Uganda’s current dictator, and
former rebel, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, who has ruled Uganda since 1986. Ever since
his first forceful seizure of power in 1986, many things have changed for the worse in Uganda! Among
· Abuse of the
opposition parties members under unclear circumstances
what former dictators held close to their regimes - torture cells known as
the media, and closure of radio stations
torturing of journalists
of our fellow citizens by the police
the freedom of expression
The list could go
forever, since many Ugandans are all suffering in some way due to Museveni’s
extended stay in power. When the dictator first came to power, he claimed that “no
African leader should stay in power for over 10 years.” 24 years later, the
shameless dictator has managed to manipulate Ugandans and keep around even
after 2 of the last elections were declared rigged by the court.
million shillings per Member of Parliament) the president was able to change
the constitution and remove term limits. To this day, Museveni is ruling Uganda
without any end in sight, and sadly, everything is getting worse by the day.
falling apart! Patients have no beds, and sleep on the floor, yet medicine is
also very scarce!
infrastructure is overwhelmed, yet no plans have been put in place to support
its highest, as almost every
government official is related to Museveni in some way.
being violated by all security agencies. (Police, UPDF, JATT, ISO ESO)
time we came together to do whatever it takes to kick dictator Museveni out of
Uganda. Every time that our uncles, aunts, children, and grandparents have taken
to the streets to denounce any public policy through peaceful demonstration,
the police intervene, and what starts as a peaceful demonstration, ends up as a
show of brutality by the police, and it only leave people laying dead in the
streets shot by the police. This is yet another opportunity for us Ugandans to
tell everyone involved in derailing our country that this time we will not allow
to be manipulated.
Fellow Citizens at musevenimustgo.com