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Uganda’s Political Landscape: Museveni Faces Opposition and Challenges Amidst Summit Sabotage”

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“Themselves from politics of division,” said Museveni.

The president, without mincing words, emphasized the persistence of politics of hatred within a small faction in Uganda. He accused them of attempting to sabotage recent summits hosted by the country.

Museveni specifically targeted the Joint Forces of Change, who had planned protests in Kampala over poor road conditions. Their intentions to hold joint prayers in Iganga and Lira were also thwarted by Museveni’s military and police.

“Everyone is aware of them. They even attempted to undermine the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit. The NAM Summit is not about me, and they are not responsible for tending to my cattle. What have they done for me? Promoting our country for better understanding, is that a bad thing?” he questioned.

Museveni disagreed with those seeking to sabotage summits, considering them valuable opportunities for Uganda. Heavy police and army deployment at the homes of key figures like Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Dr Kiiza Besigye, and Bobi Wine was lifted recently.

Bobi Wine, not waiting for permission, escaped house detention and was seen planting banana suckers in the city. Despite police searching for him, he remained at large, calling for protests against bad roads and the release of political prisoners and abductees missing for the last two years.

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