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I advised Musisi to serve Ugandans not Museveni – Bobi Wine

Kyadondo East MP Hon Kyagulanyi Sentamu said it was Musisi’s fault to serve Museveni instead of Ugandans. (PHOTO/FILE) 

KAMPALA – The Kyadondo East MP Hon Kyagulanyi Sentamu also alias Bobi Wine on Monday, May 27 warned Ugandans serving in powerful positions to be cautious about President Museveni.

The legislator pointed out former Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director (ED) Jennifer Musisi on how Museveni used her for his own motives.

Mr. Kyagulanyi said that he advised Ms. Musisi to serve Ugandans rather than serving the President.

“When I sang “Tugambire ku Jennifer” I was simply advising her to serve the people as opposed to serving President Museveni,” said in a statement.

“When KCCA enforcement committed atrocious violations on our people, President Museveni praised them so much. Today he speaks a different language,” Mr. Kyagulanyi added.

He warned people in power not to fall prey by serving Museveni who he says is a dictator, and focus on serving people so that their legacies live forever.

“When you serve a dictator, he turns the people against you and then dumps you and blames you for all that have gone wrong.”

This comes after President Museveni expressed his regret for giving Ms. Musisi a huge budget to change Kampala and she failed.

In 2011, when Ms. Musis had joined KCCA, president Museveni praised her saying “Kampala was disorganised, a centre of dirt and theft but she (Musisi) has cleaned the drainages already.”

However, on May 26, 2019, while addressing the Uganda National Teachers Association (UNTA) meeting at President’s office in Kampala, Mr. Museveni said the former KCCA ED was a money-time waster.

“I paid Musisi a lot of money to clean up Kampala but she did nothing,” Mr. Museveni said.

“It is a simple sin, I can repent it and withdraw all those salaries of the City Council so that we fix salaries of the teachers,” he added.

Following this, Bobi Wine noted that “We saw Kitatta, Kayihura, now Jennifer Musisi and countless others! Those who serve in powerful positions today, I hope you are watching.”

He added that it is sad seeing many other Ugandans continue to fall in this trap.

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