Presidential hopeful Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has said that he will defeat President Museveni by a knock out in next year’s general election.
“We intend to win the elections by knock out. That is why we are encouraging every Ugandan to come out and vote,” Kyagulanyi said.
Kyagulanyi made these remarks while addressing a number of Ugandans in the diaspora about what the National Unity Platform (NUP), a party he presides over, is doing to win the President Museveni in the coming election.
He said the votes he will get in the general election will be too many for incumbent to mess up with.
Among the new strategies his long time music rivalry Mr Joseph Mayanja is to command Kampala City.
Sources told us, that MP Kyagulanyi through political analysts he employed one week ago has been able to identify Mr Museveni’s real agents including his relatives and close friends.
No doubt that Mr Wine now has identified many state agents although they are ever close to him, and promising loyalty and support.
The Kyadondo East legislator said that their plan to overwhelm President Museveni was rolled out in three phases.
” Our first step was to sensitise our people to make them aware of their power and that their vote counts, now we are in campaigns and three, on the day of elections, we encourage people to come out in numbers and vote,” Kyagulanyi said.
On how he plans to overwhelm President Museveni, Kyagulanyi said that his plan is to make sure that Ugandans themselves get involved and guard their votes on every poling station to rule out any irregularities.
“The same way we did it in Kyadondo, Jinja, Bugiri, Arua and it worked, Ugandans will come out, vote and not leave the poling stations because it does not break any law. Our foot soldiers are teaching people that voting alone doesn’t count,”Kyagulanyi said.
He added that, “After counting, there won’t be any magic that will be applied. We will know what every candidate has got at every polling station. There have been fears that the Electoral Commission will announce a different result from the votes but I disagree with that.”