The second Prime Minister RT. Hon Kirunda Kivejinja, has advised Kyadondo East member of parliament Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu popularly known as Bobi Wine to go slow on his quest to cause regime change in the country.
Kivejinja made the remarks on Saturday at at Busoga University Bugiri campus during Asuman Basalirwa Thanksgiving event.
Minister Kivejinja who is one of the ruling National Resistance Movement historicald urged Bobi Wine to take things slow, adding that when time comes, the old guys will definitely hand-over power without being pushed to.
In reply to the minister statement, Bobi Wine vowed to continue fighting for regime change asserting that nothing will stop the youth in their hunt to take over power.
The Kyadondo East legislator arrived in Bugiri at 5pm amid fears that he might be arrested. Police had earlier on recommended that the victory party will not take place because security was not guaranteed at the venue.
Hon Asuman Basalirwa however, insisted on carryingout the victory party by all means, and indeed it went on without any problem.
“I also support the youth in joining politics. Even us we engaged in politics in our youthful time, but this has terrible outcome which am not sure whether you can handle,’ ’said Kivejinja.
He went to reveals that that them the (old guards) will hand over at the convenient time when they find somebody worthy to take power in a peaceful manner.
But Bobi Wine insisted that the old members should start thinking of handing over power peacefully to the youth.