riday, January 29, 2021 -Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni may not govern the country in peace if he will not absorb some of the top opposition figures into his government.
In the just concluded general elections, Museveni was declared the winner in a controversial manner that left almost a half of the country out and dissatisfied.
Now some of his top advisers have challenged him to bring on board his fierce rival Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine if he(Museveni) wants to have a peaceful period.
They are pushing hard so that he can replace his faded Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi with Bobi Wine who is so popular among the youth bracket.
In an exclusive interview with a local newspaper dubbed Ono Bwino Owekitiibwa, top confidant Robert Ssebunywa(pictured) asked the president to accept the fact that over 3 million Ugandans who support Bobi Wine are not at peace with his administration.
“The three million who voted for Bobi wine are not few and they are likely to disturb him. So let him appoint Bobi wine as his Vice President,” he recommended.
The current Vice President Ssekandi is not a popular politician like Robert Kyagulanyi after he was defeated by a less known Richard Ssebalama in the just ended Bukoto Central Parliamentary election making it hard for him to return to his VP job.