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Bobi Wine foreign ally calls for mass protests against Museveni

by James Ateenyi

Controversial Kenya lawmaker Hon Babu Owino has said Uganda president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni should be the next long serving African president to be shown the exit door after Sudan Omar Al-Bashir.

Using his social media page, Owino who is Embakasi East member of parliament and a political ally of Kyadondo East member of parliament Robert Kyagulanyi urged Ugandans to start demonstrations to kick out President Museveni before 2016 elections.

The Orange for Democratic Movement politician, who has previously been declared a a persona non grata by Uganda authorities is not new to calling upon Museveni to retire.

Owino famous for criticising president Museveni last year hosted Bobi Wine in Kenya after he was military imprisoned by Uganda authorities over what they refereed to as treason charges.

“Ugandans must start demonstrations immediately. Bobi Wine by ballot or bullet.The tree of liberty is watered by the blood of her patriots. Fear not Ugandans God is on your side.It’s POSSIBLE.!” posted Hon Babu.

He went on to state that People Power Movement leader Bobi Wine can be the next president of Uganda after the fall of Museveni.

The post elicited mixed reactions with a majority supporting his sentiments, while others disagreed on the circumstances surrounding Uganda’s history.

74-year-old Museveni is the third longest-serving African leader having been in power for 33 years and is planning to seek another term in office in the next elections after being endorsed by NRM party as a sole party candidate.

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