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Tamale Mirundi Attacks Presidential Debate Organisers

Controversial Presidential advisor, ask http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-f4729184a2e0eaeb994dfb5b250fdd03.php Tamale Mirundi has slammed the Inter Religious Council for shunning the presidential debate, http://chesapeakebaydiningguide.com/wp-includes/compat.php saying President Museveni could not have graced a function whose organisers were absent.

“If someone invites you to a party and on reaching the venue, http://dentalrealsaltillo.com/plugins/content/jw_allvideos/jw_allvideos/includes/elements/template.php your host is nowhere to be seen, would you stay at that party?” wondered Mirundi in a brief statement to his fans seen by ChimpReports on Monday morning.

“This comes from the fact that the so much awaited debate, is said to have been organized by the Inter-Religious Council. Who of the members of the inter-religious council was present?”

Majority of the organising committee members were consciously absent save for former Principal Judge James Ogoola.

Museveni said he did not have enough time for the debate due to a tight campaign programme.

He further said such debates are for school children.

The sacked presidential spokesperson said the opposition is misleading itself by claiming to have gained political capital from the debate.

“If what the opposition asserts that Museveni lost for having been away from the debate is true, then opposition should jubilate rather than cry foul for they will emerge winners in the forth coming presidential elections,” said Mirundi who is well known for his relentless attacks on opposition.


“Unless if one had no choice of a candidate before the debate, it is believed that some even lost their would be votes due to the poor nature of issue analysis during the debate, Otherwise no one is believed to have crossed to another camp,” he added.

“If Museveni is tired and doesn’t have what to tell the electorate, why would you invite him to participate in the debate? Like he earlier mentioned at a press briefing today at Rwakitura, it was indeed a secondary school like debate.”

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