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M7 Was Anointed To Lead Uganda, You Will soon fall in the heap of the “tried and forgotten” – NRM Blast Bobi Wine Over Pharaoh Comments

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The office of the Chairman of National Resistance Movement (NRM), who also doubles as the president has warned Bobi Wine that prophets do not annoint themselves but they are divinely annointed assigned visions to carry and fulfill just like president Museveni.

During the DP Reunion at Kakinda stadium in Jinja, Bobi equated Museveni to Pharoah who was given ten signs before he could let the Iraelites leave Egypt.

Bobi said, “The people of Uganda are ready to get rid of your oppressive regime. You still have a chance. In the Bible, in the book of Exodus, God gave Pharaoh up to ten signs! When each sign was given, Pharaoh simply hardened his heart.

At each turn God was saying to Pharaoh, let my people go! But Pharaoh refused. Locusts came, then frogs, lice, boils, a hailstorm, etc. But Pharaoh refused to heed the signs. He continued to harden his heart! Well, until it was too late and he fell into the Red Sea with his entire army.”

Bobi added, “Likewise, God has over the years sent different signs to you, President Museveni, and told you, “Let my people go.” There was a sign of Dr. Paul Kawanga Ssemwogerere. Then a sign of Dr. Kizza Besigye your former personal doctor. Then the sign of Gen. Mugisha Muntu, your former army commander, and all your comrades who said enough was enough!

Then God sent you the sign of your good friend Gaddafi in Libya. It didn’t end there- Tunisia, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Zimbabwe were all signs to you. Just a few months back, you got the signs of Algeria and Sudan!”

He Continued, ” Sadly like Pharaoh, you have ignored all these signs and hardened your heart even more. Like Pharaoh, the more signs you get, the more you increase the oppression of the people. You have ignored the signs of Professors and Generals. The signs of doctors and engineers. All of them! Having ignored all these, God is sending you one more sign- the rastas have risen up and are demanding for democracy. The sign of the determination of Uganda’s young people is clear. Will you heed this time round? The choice is yours. You can redeem the little that is left, or you can wait until it is too late.”

In answering Bobi, the NRM said, “The DP reunion held in Jinja this week proved to be a fiasco as it became a forum for leaders to jostle for positions and goodies in a government they have not formed and which they will never form.

One of the key speakers, Kyaddondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu (Bobi Wine) continued to exhibit lack of knowledge of historical facts when, using the Biblical analogy of Pharaoh and Moses, he claimed that he was the last sign to NRM National Chairman, President Yoweri Museveni, to leave power, naming the other “signs” as Dr Kizza Besigye and Maj. Gen. Mugisha Muntu.”

They schooled Bobi that, “If Bobi Wine cared to learn, he would appreciate that “prophets” do not anoint themselves. They are divinely anointed and assigned Visions to carry and fulfill. National Chairman Museveni has carried his Vision for more than five decades during which time he has defeated a long line of obstacles including Idi Amin, Obote, Gen. Tito Okello Lutwa, Joseph Kony, Lakwena, Itongwa; numerous other armed and civil groups, local and international. His triumphs speak divine ordination.

Besigye and Muntu have been a walk over and they are welcome to the contest. For Bobi Wine, well, what is he compared to the named vanquished obstacles in Museveni’s way? It is only a matter of time before he falls on the heap of the “tried and forgotten.”

By Doreen Menezer

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Do You Want Us To Kneel Before You And Ask For Permission? People Power Fires Back At Enanga After Police Tasks Them To Write Formally Instead Of Dumping Their Consultation Letters At Police…

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Police spokesperson Fred Enanga has advised presidential hopeful who also doubles as the People Power boss Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine to formally inform police and all the law enforcement forces instead of dumping his letters at their station.

On Sunday 16th February, Bobi Wine announced that he is resuming his consultations on Monday 24th February and his first meeting is scheduled to take place at Pope Paul memorial hotel in Ndeeba, Rubaga division, Kampala.

While addressing the press on Monday at police headquarters at Naguru, Enanga said that Bobi Wine just dumped his letter at police without giving a clear description of his meetings.

“Yes we received the letter informing us about Hon Robert kyagulanyi’s consultation meetings; the letter indicates that his (Bobi Wine) first meetings will be held at Pope Paul’s Memorial Hotel, but the way he informed the police was informal, you do not have to just dump the letter,” he said.

He added that in the last meeting that Bobi Wine held with the Electoral Commission (EC) officials at the EC offices, Bobi Wine and other stake holders were guided to formally communicate to EC and police and after call a   meeting to harmonise the positions of all parties involved.

Enanga said that instead of following the agreed procedures, Bobi Wine decided to kick off his meeting without agreeing with other parties which contradicts with the agreement he made at EC.

“His delegation made 10 points on how his consultations will be streamlined and we all agreed that anyone who is planning to consult should approach the police and layout his or her arrangement but not to dump and go,” Enanga insisted.

Last month, all Bobi Wine’s consultation meetings were blocked due to allegations that they lacked clear description and clearance from the law enforcement bodies.

However, when the Grapevine contacted People power spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi to comment on the above allegations from Police, Ssenyonyi denied working against the law and revealed that police is looking for ways of blocking their meeting.

“What I can say is that police is only forging all possible tricks to block us from conducting our meeting, they told us to forward our plans earlier and we did it. When they say that the means of communication we used was not formal, do they want us to go kneeling to prove to them how serious we are? Ssenyonyi asked.

He further added that they agreed on organizing their meetings in a closed place something that they did.

“In the meeting, we agreed that police should not block us with stupid reasons and that is what they have started now, our letter was accompanied with clearance receipts of the venues, we are going to meet in a closed place, what do they want us to do?” Ssenyonyi asked.

“I urge Enanga to let us do our consultations because we are doing everything within the law,” Senyonyi added.

By Josephine Kauma

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Mao Enemies Are Using Money From M7 To Oust Him – Mao PS Mwesigwa…

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Democratic Party President Norbert Mao’s Press Secretary Fred Mwesigwa has fired back at the party organizing secretary Sulaiman Kindandala over the claims that he is the boss of the party.

Mwesigwa says that Kidandala should not come out and claim himself the boss after failing to comply with the DP party constitution and failing to maintain the party principles.

“With Kindandala’s indiscipline, he cannot be the boss of our DP party. If he cannot protect the party constitution and principles, how can he be the boss?” He asked.

On Friday, while at the new party headquarters in Nakulabye, Kidandala was given an indefinite suspension from the party for antagonizing the party president and failing to follow the party constitution by organizing his own elections.

In defense, Kidandala said that the manner in which Mao and his followers ousted him was improper and unlawful. He insisted that he is still in charge of the party elections because the meeting that ousted him occurred past 10:00pm and the members who attended it were intimidated through the huge deployment of the military that Mao brought in.

Kidandala said that his tormentors are fighting him because he supports People Power.

“Honorable Babirye Kabanda moved a motion in NEC which declared Hon Kyagulanyi the person DP must work with and that’s why I’m in People Power serving the interests of my party DP,” Kidandala asserted.

In response, Fred Mwesigwa says that Kidandala wanted to create his own party within the existing DP party. He further accused Kidandala and Lubega Mukaaku of being bribed by Museveni to spoil the party.

“Recently, the NEC issued registration forms in White color that were signed by both the party Secretary General Gerald Siranda and him (Sulaiman Kidanda) as indicated in the party constitution, but what Kidandala did later was to introduce his own registration forms in green color signed by only him,”Mwesigwa told the Grapevine.

“Kidandala was given money together with Mukaaku to destroy the party. That is why Mukaaku now wants to stand against Mao. But their plans will not go through because DP is strong with Mao,” he added.

He further urged all DP members to consider only the white registration forms that are approved by the party NEC.

By Josephine Kauma

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I’m Ready To Be The Next President – Miria Matembe Joins List Of M7’s Successors…

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Former Minister for Ethics and Integrity Miria Koburunga Matembe has openly expressed her interest in becoming the next president of Uganda.

Speaking to a group of women in a symposium organized to empower women under the theme, “Re-imaging leadership in the 21st century” in Kampala, Matembe said that she has gone through all the lower levels of leadership and now dreams of sitting in the biggest office in the country while serving as the president.

Miria Matembe has been one of the strong proponents for women’s rights in Uganda. In 1995, she was a member of the Constitutional Commission that created the Ugandan Constitution. She was the former chairperson of Action for Development, Uganda’s leading women’s advocacy organization, an organization she co-founded. For over two decades beginning in 1989 she was a member of Uganda’s parliament. She worked as Minister for Ethics and Integrity from 1998 to 2003, after which time she became a member of the Pan-African Parliament representing Uganda.

Matembe is now the chairperson of a Non-Government Organization Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU) that advocates for free and fair elections and democracy in the country.

“I came to the political scene in 1986, I served as a village secretary, went to district level, I rose to parliamentary level and used to challenge fellow male Mps who used to intimidate me whenever I could raise my points at the floor of parliament. This gave me courage and empowered me,” Matembe said.

She added that what made her to stand strong was the help from God and her respecting characters.

“I am a God fearing person, that made me serve a lot in the political system. God provided support and he is still there for me and with his revelation I will stand as a president,” she added.

The CCEDU boss urged Ugandan women in the symposium to stand and contest at all political levels.

“All ladies are capable and can lead others, if given a chance, stand and contest. Politics is for all Ugandans despite of our gender status,” she said.

By Josephine Kauma

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