The Road to 2021 | Beti Kamya Promises to Campaign for Museveni in the Next General Election

Posted September 1, 2016 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Featured ~ 4,156 views


Opposition party leader Betty Kamya, who is now the minister for Kampala, could have become the first senior political leader to openly campaign for another term for President Yoweri Museveni beyond 2021.

Kamya told a meeting of market vendors in Kawempe, a Kampala suburb, that President Museveni who is now 72, is still strong and should win another term to take his tenure in power to 40 years. Kamya also promised to vigorously campaign for the president so that he wins over 80% of the vote in Kampala.



President Museveni who attended the event did not directly respond to Kamya but cautioned Kampala residents against voting opposition politicians, saying they had not done much for them.

Source — NTV news video.

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    What is the difference between bwanika, Kamya, Ronnie Mayanja? They all work work for Musveni. Hyprocrisy…moroons.

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