As the inauguration of president Yoweri Tibuhaburwa Museveni draws inches close whilst tight contestations and resentments from the youths aligned to the opposition political parties, the head of state has warned of ‘tougher’ measures in retaliation to whoever is planning to block his swearing in ceremony from taking place.
“Those planning to disrupt the swearing in ceremony are looking for their own trouble,” Yoweri Kaguta Museveni remarked.
The presidential swearing in ceremony is scheduled for the 12th of May at Kololo Independece grounds with Gen Yoweri Museveni expected to take the mantle having been declared by the Byabakama Electoral Commission as the victor.
Gen. Museveni however says that he has information showing how some people especially supporters of NUP who are reportedly planning to disrupt the swearing in ceremony by mobilizing for mass riots all over the country.
“I was told they are saying ‘Taja Kulayila’. Now be foolish enough and try to disrupt the ceremony, you will get what you are looking for,” Museveni said
After swearing in, Gen Museveni will be rulling for the 6th term and extending his tenure to 40 years by 2026 becoming Easr Africa’s longest serving dictator. Museveni secured a sixth term in an election mired with a spate of irregularities, repression and terror meted out on the opposition candidates like Eng. Patrick Amuriat Oboi of the FDC and Hon. Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert aka Bobi of the National Unity Platform party.