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The UPDF disputes the figure, saying its much lower.
Information Minister Mary Karooro Okurut on Monday said President Yoweri Museveni was still in control of the army.
“It is time for all power seeking Ugandans to prepare and do all that it takes to gain power since change is clearly seen that it is a round the corner,” said Bwanika.
The former Presidential candidate, who has been in the United States for close to a month now, was addressing journalists in Kampala on Thursday.
He however, called upon Ugandans to “know that this nation belongs to them all and should fight together to ensure that their rights are respected in the country.”
He further warned “those in power including Security officers to know that they don’t own this country and should not use this chance to harass Ugandans because soon their time of reign is ending.”
Bwanika also congratulated the newly appointed Prime Minister of Buganda (Katikkiro), Charles Peter Mayega and further commended him as a hard working man who “has the Kingdom of Buganda at heart.”
He said a lot is expected out of him including fighting high levels of poverty among the Baganda.