Kiiza Besigye, the Former President of Forum for Democratic Change-FDC has rallied
Ugandans to rise up against the current regime that he says has committed
a number of atrocities that needs to corrected by new regime.
Ugandans must wake up to liberate this country from the "ruthless, dictatorial
and corrupt leadership".
Besigye who was addressing a rally organized
by Patrick Amuriat Oboi, the FDC Presidential candidate at Duhaga Roundabout in
Hoima West division Hoima Municipality on Thursday says either by voting or not
he is ready to mobilize Ugandans to do away with the current regime that he
says has taken this county in agony.
he is building a strong front for change adding that It is the responsibility
of Ugandans to make sure Museveni leaves, whether he wants it all not.
According to Besigye,
the last 35 years that President Museveni has been leading Uganda,the country
has only seen decline in the Health, Education, Road network, power
supply, and an increase in Poverty, dwindling economy and unemployment among others which
he says need to be immediately corrected by voting him out of power.
Museveni can not allow to hand over peacefully but this is the time his regime
should end rallying other opposition leaders and Ugandans across the country to
join him in the struggle to liberate the country.
had a quadruple presence on the previous presidential ballot.
appearance, he had garnered averagely over two million votes and went as high as
at 3.5 million in 2016 but at each occasion, he contested the outcome
either in court or on the street.
his side rallied the people of Bunyoro to denounce the NRM government that
he says has totally failed to run the affairs of this country.
President Museveni who says he is a liberator has turned to be a dictator and
therefore it is the duty of Ugandans to vote him out of power.
Amuriat says the
recent crack down on innocent Ugandans are clear signs the country is slowly
sinking into anarchy and becoming a lawless state.
He says Museveni
will nonetheless go down in the books of history as a freedom fighter who
betrayed his people, and a leader who knew what needed to be done but still
to do the