Election 2016Politics

Museveni: I Fought for 50 Years; No one Can Dare Me

President Museveni has reiterated he is a battle-hardened guerrilla war combatant who cannot be intimidated by anyone apart from God.

Addressing a rally at Boma grounds in Hoima Municipality on Wednesday afternoon, visit this site http://danielpyne.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-response.php Museveni said had it not been that he believes and fears God, http://centristnetblog.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-links-list-table.php there was no way he could have come out of the bush alive.

“I spent 50 years fighting but I came out alive. Anyone who doesn’t fear God cannot come out of the bush alive like I did. Many of those who wrong think God does not see them, http://cnafinance.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/jetpack/class.jetpack-json-api-updates-status-endpoint.php ” Museveni said.

The NRM Presidential boasted that for a period of more than 500 years Uganda had never been at peace as it is now adding that this is a big achievement by the ruling party.

President Museveni speaks to Minister Kajura
President Museveni listens to Public Service Minister Kajura

“For a period of 500 years Uganda never had peace. Since the times of the Bachwezi there were wars. Then came conflicts between kingdoms like Buganda and Bunyoro. The colonialists came but failed to bring to an end to wars and by the time they left, the Karamajong were still a big problem.”

He added: “Obote came, Amin, Obote again and all other presidents but still Uganda had wars. NRM is a party of action and not just words like these other people who keep on talking.”

The NRM candidate however warned the people of Hoima against being lured by some politicians no to vote NRM.

“You should not be intimidated and divided. You should reconcile because the NRM is a big party and everything will be done.”


On infrastructure, Museveni said plans are underway to tarmac roads in Hoima and better part of Bunyoro region.

President Museveni greets an elderly woman at Hoima Boma grounds
President Museveni greets an elderly woman at Hoima Boma grounds

He cited the Kigumba- Masindi -Hoima-Kagadi- Kyenjojo and Mubende- Kakumiro-Kibale-Kagadi and Hoima- Buliisa- Wanseko roads which have been upgraded.

“In the last five years we have built more 1,000 kms of tarmac roads. In the next five years we shall have more than 6,000km of tarmacked roads throughout the country,” he noted.

Back to top button
Translate »

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker