Luga Flow Singer Derrick Katongole, alias Victor Kamenyo has declared intention to vie for the Rubaga North Parliamentary seat which is currently held by Moses Kasibante.
Kamenyo, who insists wants to vie for the position under the People Power pressure group ticket and ideologies, says he has far better and new ideas than the MP incumbent.
“I believe I have many ideas than Kasibante. If someone is playing chess, those watching know where he should be making his move. I have been watching and seeing him (Kasibante) misplacing moves. So he should come out and I sit,” Kamenyo said.
“My focus is not the next general election but the next generation, and by the way, I have enough academic requirements for this position. While we were studying, we were told we would be the leaders of tomorrow and this is tomorrow,” he added.
The sirina malala singer however, when pinned further on the basics of proper representation in parliament like defining and explaining Gross Domestic Product (GDP), stammered.
Another singer, Jennifer Full Figure lambasted Kamenyo and the likes who are aimlessly declaring political ambitions to the extent of turning the people power pressure group into a comedy club.
“Stop disgusting people with this comedy, they will stop taking people power and Bobi Wine seriously. The group of people we are lately seeing all declaring ambitions in people power are unserious. Now what will Kamenyo represent?” she posed.
Just recently, Bobi Wine’s brother Mikie Wine declared he would view for the Kyadondo East parliamentary seat.
“I have been a leader all a long, I was a prefect in my school days so this is not new and it wont be new. You can’t fight change; I want to move on with change. I like being a leader so I inspire and guide my people,” Mikie Wine said.
Mikie Wine is however not deviating from his elder brother’s script, fronting issues like safe delivery for mothers, and misuse of tax payers’ money as front of his battle agenda.
“I am not doing this because of Bobi Wine or Eddie Yawe, but this is a calling,” he added.