I was sleeping rough in the streets of Kampala, Mbale and Fortportal when Kizza Besigye defected from ruling NRM to where he is now.
I doubt whether Besigye is still FDC or [even] opposition.
See the statements he makes nowadays. Those statements are uttered by patriots, recall.
Besigye once hungered for power more than Obote. More than Lutwa. More than Paul Muwanga and, recently, more than Bobi Wine.
I am laughing, for I have lived to see Kizza Besigye become born again so that he could speak as a patriot would do. Betraying the struggle!
The struggle to topple president Museveni began way back in the late nineties.
Actually, it was [really] first conceived by the late Nasser Ssebagala.
Ssebagala, leaning on the power of words and people, fell in love with removing a man who had spent barely fifteen years in power.
It must be spoken, because it is true, that president Museveni has been among the most consistent leaders in the world for more than thirty years. Denying this fact is betraying the struggle.
You can’t openly point into Museveni to say that he mistreated so and so. Allegations against him are numerous. It is betrayal to the struggle.
Thinkers have been consulted. No answers are available now. The struggle’s betrayal started long time ago by all opposition presidential aspirants including Kizza Besigye. Bobi Wine was singing.
Ssenyonyi had not even conceived he would one day be burdened by a political party which could tell him to speak on its behalf.
NUP telling Senyonyi to speak for them was betraying the struggle [a chapter in ‘how to betray struggle’ book].
Lubongoya was a young boy who even knew nothing about Uganda when the struggle started. He is secretary general at NUP. Betrayal of Struggle!
They have tried hard to show it to the world that Museveni is a liar and a dictator, which is not true. Therein lies the art and heavy science to fail the struggle.
Slandering leaders is a common habit among leaders on opposite side.
This vice disturbing opposition politicians is the main reason why Muammar Gaddafi led Libya for more than four decades.
First of all, Museveni is more intelligent than the parliament of Uganda, the entire one.
The struggle, to dethrone him, had to fail. Museveni’s business is to rule.
I hear some MPs own wholesale shops in Wakiso and Kampala. Struggle betrayed.
People praying prayers to curse enemies, in power, have to be active all the time.
They must meet to share ideas and suggestions even during small hours [voters’ time wasted].
Your ability to party and sip liquor during free time before coronavirus outbreak meant that you were betraying the struggle opposition men.
Your NRM enemies are moneyed and powerful men and huge bottomed women. It will be an uphill to force them go. [article to continue at midday, on Saturday] email@example.com