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I Will Not Play Dirty Politics - Mbabazi

Mbabazi on Friday evening Endured insults from some NRM supporters who lined up along the Ishaka Bushenyi road waving posters of President Museveni and defacing his posters openly, said he will not retaliate by attacking all those behind the sabotage.
Independent presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi.

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The Independent presidential candidate, John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has said he will not play politics of mudslinging other candidates.

Mbabazi on Friday evening endured insults from some NRM supporters who lined up along the Ishaka Bushenyi road waving posters of President Museveni and defacing his posters openly. He said he will not retaliate by attacking all those behind the sabotage.  

The former Premier said he is the only person who can manage to oust President Museveni  by using the ballot since he knows all the tactics they have been using to get votes.

He also noted that majority of Ugandans have not benefited from the 30 years of NRM rule like his home district of Kanungu the reason why he sacrificed himself to liberate Ugandans from the looming poverty, discrimination and corruption among others.  He promised to provide better remunerations to all working class and build staff houses for all civil servants who are under paid.

Mbabazi who has been described by many residents of greater Bushenyi that turned up to his rally at the Kizinda market, Ishaka Bushenyi municipality on Friday as being humble, gentle and a calm leader also blasted all top Government officers who are tarnishing his name.

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He explained that not even cabinet ministers have powers to make decisions for the country since the constitution of Uganda only empowers only the president to do so.

On this note, Mbabazi asked the people of greater Bushenyi to ask President Museveni what he has done for them in the last 30 years instead of using him as an excuse to cling to power.

He advised the people of Bushenyi not to over boost of being rich saying there are others who are leaving below the poverty line.

                                                                   

Amama Mbabazi said its high time Ugandans forget about the many years he has served in government and what he has done but focus on his capability to perform when voted as the new President of Uganda during the February 2016 general elections.

He is slated to address residents drawn from greater Mbarara districts of Kiruhura, Isingiro, Ibanda, Ntungamo and another rally in Mbarara town today.

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