It should, again and again, be noted that the once talked about Plan B, that involves use of guns against war hero president Museveni is incredibly impossible.
An experienced regime, whose leader is among the most disciplined in the world, cannot be forced from power. Long-serving leaders are sweet-talked from dining tables.
I have had a busy day today, and now just forcing myself to write, because I had.
Most writers in Uganda are brown envelope journalists. They see truth and choose to first seek perishable inert matter before real talking commences.
Kampala looks free and with space to breathe. Anyone, anywhere, should be informed that Covid-19 wreaked huge havoc, in this country.
One will either need to work harder than before or they will die so miserable with nothing in their once fat bank accounts.
A government voted into power cannot kill, or detonate bombs in crowded places, to scare its own people.
There is someone, among those hating the current government, perhaps, thinking that hacking people and detonating explosives to intimidate poverty-stricken majority [voters] can force president Museveni to quit power.
The men and those tested women I know leading this country cannot walk away, to leave the now appetite-inducing power because the noise and intimidation have escalated.
We think Binjambiya hoodlums are themselves not power-hungry. They should be acting because a certain way to power should be paved for someone.
Security should do something. A little more sleep will lead to things.
A little more folding of hands, to see more of what may unfold, will lead to a miracle all opposition politicians are today yearning to see. So that Plan B may be transmuted into reality – INTENTION.