Lt. Gen. Jim Besigye Owoyesigire, the former Africa Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) commander has warned youth around the country to stay away from Kyadondo East Member of Parliament and Presidential hopeful, Robert Kyagulanyi (Bobi Wine).
Gen Owoyesigire, says the youths that are rushing to join the MP’s People Power movement are wasting their time.
The General accused Bobi Wine of being “disorganized” and lacking the credentials of a head of state.
“He has no vision and couldn’t by any means remove President Museveni from office,” he said.
“At the moment, President Museveni and the National Resistance Movement (NRM) leaders are still organized and are not ready to hand over power to disorganized people.”
Gen. Owoyesigire was on Sunday speaking at the requiem service of the Chairman of Basigi Clan in Uganda, Lauben Jack Karamagi at Kagarama Church of Uganda in Bubaare sub county Rubanda district.
Karamagi died on Friday morning at Kigezi Healthcare Foundation (KIHEFO) Anguyu clinic in Kabale Municipality after heart failure.
The General described the deceased as a hardworking and loving educationist who never even went to school but was able to do research on his clan as well as the Bakiga community.
Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda in his message read for him by the Rubanda district woman Member of Parliament, Prossy Akampurira Begumisa said Karamagi will be remembered for being a true servant of God who was dedicated to God’s work.
Late Karamagi died at the age of 99 and is survived by nine children, thirty-four grandchildren, twenty great grandchildren and his wife Alice Nshabohurira Karamagi.
His body was later taken for burial in Gwengwe village in Kagarama parish Bubare sub county Rubanda district.