Busiro East MP Medard Ssegona, has vowed to work tirelessly to overthrow President Yoweri Museveni and his government out of power.
Addressing a crowd that braved the evening downpour, the vocal lawmaker noted that he is determined to change government because he is not ready to continue seeing his people suffering at the hands of President Museveni, yet their generation has come.
“I want to overthrow Museveni, I do not say this at night nor is it a secret but I work day and night to see that I remove him from power and I want to assure you that I will accomplish my plan ”-Ssegona, who was the host of Citizens’ alliance rally at Wakiso on Saturday 26th told people.
He, however, reluctant to elaborate the methods he would use to achieve his Museveni ouster, but the Constitution eleborates all legitimate ways to remove a siting govermnment.
Sseggona, who justified his argument by saying that Museveni’s failure to deliver social services such as Education,health services, good road etc, has prompted him to start enacting obnocious laws like Public Order Management for the smooth operations in his bid to curtail freedoms of expression.
Amidst the heavy police deployment, Sseggona was flanked by his counterparts mainly opposition politicians who cemented his argument.
“You people, you should be strong and should not give up but work towards changing the status quo, for a better future for your selves and generations to come” said Butambala MP, Muhammad Muwanga Kivumbi.
Lubaga North MP Moses Kasibante said that President Museveni who wishes that Uganda pulls out of the International Crime Court is a clear indicator that his government can come up with a law that seeks to gag the citizenry who may have issues affecting their lives.
“That is why government decided to enact a law to always disperse public meetings on assumptions that whenever people gather they are likely to demonstrate/riot”Kasibante added.
On his Part, Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago said that “Museveni’s government is already on a collapsing edge and that is reason why bad laws like the public Order Management law are being enacted” he told People adding that “Such a law is intended to keep president Museveni in power some few more years”
Like the previous speakers, Lukwago also asked Ugandans not “fear death as they resist bad governance”
“I will not be deterred by anyone from fighting for the right course for this country and I would not mind dying at the battle front for the sake of rule of law and Human rights just like my role model Martin Luther King Junior” he said.
“No one know when and how he/she will die, so it is better to join us fighting for the betterment of our motherland” He stressed.