Finally, here is drama that we have been waiting for, for almost a decade. It is happening in a huge play [political] ground there. Wow! Africa is a continent indeed!
Stinging them hard for years now [these men and women] has finally forced them to expose themselves.
Our ministry is to write. I and my entire body are unafraid. I feel alive tonight, for Besigye and team Bobi Wine are about to engage in a war to be akin to world war one or two.
PFT is a newly conceived pressure group whose founding was, the other day, masterminded by veteran politician, Kizza Besigye, and an invisible hand, behind the scenes.
Besigye and Bobi Wine’s mainly at Kamwokya camp, have not been seeing eye to eye for almost two years now.
Recall, for you were not very aware. The only convincing reason why you have not been seeing these mature people not elbowing each other in public is that there was a feeling among the Besigye men that Bobi Wine would see to it that plan B would be transmuted into reality. It never happened, and it will never happen until this five-year term elapses.
Besigye was misguided by a section of sectional thinkers both at Najjanankumbi and within the ruling party, especially from the side of the august house where rebel MPs used to imagine sitting.
Mafia topic will of another day. We know a lot. We just encourage useful silence so that opposition politicians may continue sleeping.
PFT was officially unveiled recently and with the purpose to overthrow president Museveni from power. It should be recalled that President Museveni is the duly elected president of the Republic of Uganda.
It must be said, for the common man in the street to wonder, that it is against the constitution of the Republic of Uganda to talk of ending leadership that was legally handed power in an election that was participated in by every willing Ugandan above the age of eighteen years.
Politics has become a supremely incredible business. It should be noted that whoever wakes up to fight after elections end may have two intentions. One, to prove to others that he or she still can. Number two, to make money. This money comes in form of donations from well-wishers [read diaspora].
That man or woman [above] will never utter it for his followers to hear that the regime, helped by COVID-19 to stay cannot be made to quit by either bandits or lethal gunmen, both with huge knowledge on how to fire a gun.
Now a poor Ugandan will choose to hustle, to wasting his or her time paying attention to a struggle overseen by mostly immature boys and outdated politicians who after twenty years of making empty noise think can force a man who is seeing industries that can be built, now and after, in his mind. Oil that can be exported and superhighways like those in Kenya.
Museveni is seeing an able army that can be built in only ten years from now. He cannot just quit power because men are ordering. We made our own mistakes.
We accepted people from Europe to rule us for decades before we woke up to fight so that we may be independent.
The Besigyes, the owners of PFT, and the Bobi Wines, the founders of People Power pressure group are here, once again, making all the noise that they can, to either pass time or to attract the attention of shepherds whose churches were opened recently so that they may pray hard for determined Museveni to go.
Unless we commence loving this country, we may never accept that Mr. Museveni is the greatest president Uganda has ever seen.
Why would such a man be climbed by every young man who soldiered to that thinking that freedom fighters are able at around thirty-five years, of age? There is going to be infighting among opposition politicians for a shocking period of time from now.
It will be the beginning of the real disorganization the other side, in Kamwokya, that president Museveni’s team has been waiting for since elections ended somewhere in the first quarter of this year 2021.
It will be bad news. There, opposition men and women will be allowing huge blows to land in their faces.
Museveni will then walk this country to the Promised Land. After thirty-five years of learning, the result will be, a respected army, good roads, discipline among Ugandans, hundreds of Universities around Uganda, Farms like those ones Mulwana’s family owns, incarcerated corrupt officials, employment of thinkers to work together with able-bodied people, prosperity for all and a secured future for a young boy or girl who is now at home preparing to resume studies in January next year.
Let them fight and [stupidly] quarrel and fight among themselves, again and again. They will lose.
The aged, and the young Bobi Wines will lose. Wiser than we think Museveni will win. Awake. email@example.com