Former coordinator of Military intelligence Gen David Sejusa formerly known as Tinyefuza has expressed optimism that Kyadondo East member of parliament Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine can defeat president Museveni in a free and fair election.
Sejusa made the remarks via his official Twitter handle where he stated that age factor is very key for hon Bobi Wine presidential bid.
“Mr Kyagulanyi is a young man and he can win an election in 2021,” Sejusa said in a series of tweets.
He added: “But I think right now he should concentrate more on building the capacity to take power not to win an election.”
He however, said that winning an election in Uganda is different from being announced the winner.
He cited example of former Forum for Democratic Change president Dr Kizza Besigye whom he claimed won the 2006 presidential election but failed to enter state house.
“In 1980, Museveni never concentrated on winning an election but building the capacity to enter state house,” Sejusa said.
Commenting on the #Twebereremu saga, Sejusa said the problem is that elite is marginally better than the peasants they struggle to lead.
“To me, Bobi Wine has been trying to advance ideology of self-reliance! That can’t be tribal and not new either. In North Korea was Juche!”
He added that people like Security minister General Elly Tumwine as short cited that is why he is concentrating on sabotaging Bobi Wine.
“Gen Tumwine spelt it out! If guns were planted on him in Arua, people who do that, how can you expect better? That is living in denial.”
Sejusa further added that, NRA Generals who fought to bring president Museveni to power are not seeking for amnesty because the obsession to try them instead of looking for solution is sweet night dream “if you can’t have power!”
“If i were you, would first see how to get power. The rest is child talk! But we have no power to change the past. But have power shape the present and future. Let them deal with the present which is roasting them! The rest will follow. That’s how struggles are done!”