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NUP’S Crave For Leadership Using Violence, Blackmail Against Uganda; The Tale of Dog , Cock & Fox

By Allen Nalubwama  

“Mr. Fox had wanted to eat Mr. Cock but when it realized that Dog, a good friend to Cock was present under the same tree where cock was on top, Fox soon abandoned the plan to enjoy cock for breakfast and varnished into the forest,” so as NUP on Ugandans now, How do you blackmail the country you so wish to lead?

By NUP continuously using violence and blackmail against Uganda and at the same time they are seeking to rule, it shows how they are acting like Mr. Fox who first disguised as a friend to Mr .Cock yet it had an unwavering appetite to eat it.

The moral story of a dog, cock and fox is that; “it’s obvious that cunning often outfoxes itself, and that those who try to cheat others, would likely be paid in their own coin.”

Towards the end of 2019, Uganda experienced a strategically coordinated series of negative International media coverage, courtesy of NUP and its diaspora allies.

The smearing campaign intensified towards the end of 2020 when Uganda’s preparation for the 2021 general election was nearing and it continued all through elections, courtesy of our Opposition propaganda machinery. 

This campaign saw Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, the National Unity Platform leader appearing in various international media channels including Aljazeera, BBC and the Voice of America among others.

On Nov 30, 2019, Bobi Wine while appearing on Al Jazeera TV channel, said “The People of Uganda will rise up if Museveni rig votes (2021).”

This was one of the many International media engagements where Bobi Wine and according to security intelligence, this was part of funds mobilizing activities ahead of his contest for presidency (2021).

Despite their spirited malicious campaigns using international media, Uganda has progressively remained unshaken in various sectors including internal trade, tourism, among others.

But it soon became clear that all the media campaigns on international media channels carried less or no content promotional to Uganda and was widely dominated with smearing content against a country he seems itching to lead.

As our motto goes; FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY, the God of Uganda protected us all and nobody took to the streets to riot. Bobi Wine miserably lost the January 14th 2021 general election.

Bobi Wine who had used both local and international media channels drumming for war, hate speech and violent riot soon died in his own movie and went mute since January, until last week when he resurrected the campaign in Mbale and Lira Cities.

While in Lira and Mbale, despite promoting hate speech, sectarianism, and violent content, the NUP leader mobilized and led illegal processions, a move that interrupted already struggling small scale businesses operated by the roadsides.

This got me wondering what kind of alternative leadership would Bobi Wine be offering had he been elected the President of Uganda?

Why conduct illegal processions with intention to disrupt businesses of other people yet he could have sought permission from police and be cleared?

As a former legislator, Bobi Wine is presumably exposed to our country’s laws on public gathering, what motive did he have to bypass normal procedures if not to cause chaos, riot and instability in our society?

Based on their recent illegal processions in Lira, and Mbale cities, it’s now clear that NUP is permanently married to political violence, impunity, intolerance and arrogance otherwise they wouldn’t have flouted procedures.

This is the right time for all Ugandans to stand up against the NUP engineered violence because Uganda is bigger than Bobi Wine as an individual.

 

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