NRM, Besigye respond to Tumukunde 2021 offer. Police specialists have put previous Security Minister Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde on notice that the choice to permit or square his arranged meetings for his presidential offer will rely on the reaction of the Electoral Commission (EC).
Addressing Cyclone Times last night, police representative Fred Enanga reminded Gen Tumukunde that the EC had not yet reacted to his advantage.
The EC representative, Mr. Jotham Taremwa, affirmed Gen Tumukunde’s letter and explained that “[he] was not looking for our freedom. It was a notice as required by the law. Therefore, in any case, we will react to him [at a suitable time].”
Police have on a few events blocked Kyaddondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi, otherwise known as Bobi Wine. However, from leading discussions for his presidential offer. Police clarified that Bobi Wine didn’t have leeway to hold the gatherings.
On February 28, Gen Tumukunde, who ran President Museveni’s 2016 re-appointment battle. Kept in touch with EC executive Simon Byabakama, informing him about his looming conferences as a presidential wannabe.
Therefore, the previous security serve whose watchmen expelled a week ago had recently demonstrated. That he would challenge for Kampala Lord Mayor.
Clarifying the switch important to the Commander in Chief’s activity. Gen Tumukunde returned to the severe history of a nation he tries to lead. In addition, the bramble war battle against what he named powers of oppression, abuse, and misuse.
He showed that his meetings will target different gatherings in the nation. With a perspective on encouraging his choices in front of the designation of presidential competitors scheduled for October.
“My conferences will likewise reach out to the presently existing political groupings or potentially ideological groups. Security organizations and law authorization offices, the country populace, particularly ranchers, urban occupants, the adolescent, ladies, business visionaries. The old, community workers at both national and nearby government levels,” Gen Tumukunde’s letter peruses to some extent.
Gen Tumukunde relied upon to address a news gathering on Thursday to give subtleties on his presidential aspirations.
Responding to Gen Tumukunde’s presidential offer, the previous pioneer of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), Dr. Kizza Besigye. Yesterday blamed his hedge war companion for being one of the planners of control of races under. Similarly, the decision National Resistance Movement and pondered whether he is not kidding with the battle to free the nation.
“Tumukunde should realize that there are no races in Uganda, what we have is rule by the weapons and control. I am certain Gen Tumukunde knows since he has been a piece of this control,” Dr. Besigye said.
“Gen Tumukunde realizes that in Uganda, a political decision can’t cause change and achieve. The declaration of an alternate individual as president. In the event that he needs to join the battle for transform. He should realize that it will take more than peddling for votes. I don’t have the foggiest idea of what to think about. His joining the race whether he is coming in as a major aspect of control or to cause change.”
He included: “If Gen Tumukunde is for sure veritable about the battle for transform, he will be tried.”
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NRM representative Rogers Mulindwa yesterday minimized Gen Tumukunde’s presidential desire and depicting. The resigned general as “an NRM sympathizer” who has not been dynamic strategically. NRM, Besigye respond to Tumukunde 2021 offer.
Mr. Mulindwa said Gen Tumukunde isn’t a factor that President Museveni would fear looking in the February 2021 presidential surveys.
“Museveni is tried and he is a competitor in his own classification. Similarly, he can confront any test. You can’t compare the Tumukunde challenge to the five-year bramble war challenge,” Mr. Mulindwa said.
In conclusion, recently, Gen Tumukunde took to online life and advised his fans about his expectation to run for President.