Gen.Tumukunde: “I am going to give Museveni a running stomach, Bobi Wine is just a kid”

“Even in America, no one is too sure that the Electoral Commission is in charge of elections. The opposition should concentrate on guarding the polling stations,” Tumukunde advised.

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Gen.Henery Tumukunde one of the 2021 presidential aspirants cleared by Electoral Commission. THE HOMELAND MEDIA GROUP/PHOTO

By Katumba Jamadah

The Presidential aspirant and former Security Minister, Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde has said that he is ready to giving President Museveni a running stomach because of what I know and am capable of doing in order to defeat him arms down not Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine as many people might think.

Tumukunde was appearing on a local television in Kampala on Wednesday morning, said Ugandans will be shocked to see him taking over the leadership of this country given the fact that his method of operation is different from those making noises and shouting allover of your to defeat an enemy you have to be tactical not only that you must be knowing some of the traits of the enemy what does Bobi wine know about Museveni?

“I am the one going to giving Museveni a running stomach in this general election not Bobi Wine. People know me. They know Tumukunde as far as I am concerned that is what matters,”he said.

Gen.Tumukunde added that, if one wants to defeat President Museveni, he or she needs to do so decisively not by showing up and employing hooligans to abuse whoever is in the struggle…this is assign that some of us are really jokers or staging shows of ecstasy.

“The NRM elections reflected very clear that President Museveni is at his weakest. The question is; how shall this reflect when he is taken on by other opponents?” Said Tumukunde.

Gen.Tumukunde however questioned how the Electoral Commission shall ensure that the election is free and fair.

“It is a rainy season. You are using a car, and your opponent, who has been in government for 35 years, uses a helicopter and has taken all the billboards in Kampala. Are we having free and fair elections? The mathematics is clear, “he said.

“Even in America, no one is too sure that the Electoral Commission is in charge of elections. The opposition should concentrate on guarding the polling stations,” Tumukunde advised.

Although many people have been accusing the army of being partisan,Tumukunde said Ugandans should not worry because the army will be on the side of anybody who wins the elections.

Tumukunde said there have been several attempts by the security personnel to arrest him but he has made sure that it does not happen.

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