You would, before and after January 14 polls, think that Uganda would plunge itself into the already enlarged ditch ahead, where we would never get out of. Overwhelming noise and intimidation was all over.
I thank president Museveni and the regime for enduring until these days when even musicians who sang, on a daily basis, in late 2020, to see to it that the regime crumbled, are now there, near the table where luxury and tangible things of life are in plenty.
Cameramen and men, and women with recording gargets were the other day asked to see that former NUP’s Chameleone’s words, while he received his fuel-consuming car, were told to able newsmen.
African presidents enjoy when they see opponents coming, on their knees, tired, and in need of talking.
Museveni will win. Nasser Ssebagala, unfortunately, died before People Power immature men had asked him why he worked with Museveni before pretending to have crossed to NUP and [in a funny manner] confessing that he had endorsed Bobi Wine to topple Museveni.
Ssebagala had seen a lot. He wouldn’t resort to dancing or, rubbing shoulders, with NUP’s Bobi Wine before using his more- than-scientific calculator to calculate. He was lying. He later told his colleagues what he had seen ahead.
President Museveni would be in Rwakitura resting having ruled Uganda for more than thirty years. His foes are, supremely, unwilling. Are incredibly myopic that they have failed to see what intelligent Chakwera and others outside Uganda did while dealing with equipped incumbents.
Ssebagala would die poorer had he not calculated. He believed it that for power to come, money and people had to be willing to cooperate.
The late Aggrey Awori one day divulged to those closer to him that he regretted why he never worked with Museveni for all the years in was in UPC, a party that never made sense the moment Obote was toppled in the late sixties. Aggrey had dumped UPC before his demise.
Gilbert Bukenya [name to spice up list], Betty Amongi, Beti Kamya, Nakiwala Kiyingi, and all others who are in the ruling party have today told their friends that Uganda would be already somewhere, richer and more known, had they softened their hearts and worked with transformed Museveni earlier.
President Museveni of 2006 to 2021 is not the Museveni of the 20th Century. Museveni is a totally changed man.
He listens, unlike in the 20th century. It is the reason why he listened and handed power to an economist who just wrote lines in [imagine] a limping newspaper about economics, asking the president to do the listening.
Ggoobi is the newly appointed Permanent Secretary in the crucial Ministry of Finance. He was appointed to that sensitive office because the long-time leader now knows that Uganda belongs to all its citizens, of Uganda.
Museveni no longer believes in sectional thinkers common in opposition and, at Kyadondo.
He would also like to see a new Uganda as you too, men in Opposition are yearning. He would like to work with foes, like Besigye. He is going to listen. We should stop quarreling with born-again Museveni.
Vomit in this article is the NRM party that some of the known politicians dumped. What is Lewis Lubongoya doing at Kamwokya? Why is Lumbongoya working with people that are in fact his foes? Stick around.
Betty Nambooze embarrassed herself in front of an august gathering in parliament as they elected their speaker. Return to vomit Nambooze. We can deliver Uganda to the promised by joining our hands with Museveni. Return to vomit opposition men and women.
Uganda will, then, get inside the brackets, of admired nations on earth. Hon. Ssewanyana was rearrested outside Kigo Prison. It is true that more than ten known opposition politicians will defect to ruling NRM. Why and how? Stick around.
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