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    Bobi Wine Calls for People's Action to End Museveni's Rule

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    Bobi Wine Calls for People's Action to End Museveni's Rule
    • September 9, 2023 • 10 months ago

    In a recent television interview, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, popularly known as Bobi Wine and the President of the Opposition National Unity Platform (NUP), unveiled his strategy to inspire Ugandans to demand an end to President Yoweri Museveni's rule. Bobi Wine emphasized that his ongoing upcountry tours were not geared towards seeking votes or campaigning for an election, but rather aimed at awakening the populace to the possibility of ending Museveni's grip on power.

    "I am speaking to the people, not in search of votes or for campaigning purposes, but to remind them that they hold the power to remove Museveni. We should find ways for him to step down or engage in negotiations for his exit," Bobi Wine asserted during the Saturday morning interview.

    The NUP leader outlined his vision to transform the massive crowds mobilized during his country tours into a galvanized force for change.

    "We aim to transform the support we have in terms of numbers and crowds into tangible action. We want people, like those who turned up in our mobilization drives, to rise up and actively demand change because it is acceptable," he stated.

    Bobi Wine's strategy involves mobilizing around 50,000 people from Uganda's population of over 45 million for peaceful demonstrations against Museveni's government. Drawing inspiration from successful non-violent movements in other nations, he highlighted the potential for change through collective action.

    "We have a population of over 45 million, and if approximately 50,000 of us peacefully demonstrate, we have the potential to remove Museveni's government, just as they did in Tunisia, Sudan, Egypt, and Burkina Faso. I share this message with fellow Ugandans because I believe in our capacity to achieve this goal through non-violent means," Bobi Wine urged.

    Bobi Wine's call for peaceful and non-violent mobilization has sparked discussions and debates across Uganda as the nation watches how this strategy unfolds and whether it will have a significant impact on the country's political landscape.

    As the political climate continues to evolve, many are eager to see whether the NUP leader's vision can unite the populace and influence change in the face of President Museveni's long-standing rule.

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