President Museveni has asked Kyadondo East MP and presidential aspirant, Robert Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi Wine to put aside the excitement he has and wait for the forthcoming general elections.
In a missive released on Thursday, Museveni said it is too early for the legislator to celebrate but should wait for the 2021 elections where Ugandan will decide who they want as president.
“Whether Ugandans want Bobi Wine or “Bosco” (I am made to understand that means Museveni), that is a matter that will be settled early next year,” Museveni said.
The ruling National Resistance Movement party was two weeks ago declared winner in majority of the districts in the National Youth Village elections after garnering 79% of the votes cast.
However, in his latest statement, the President said the elections were semifinals and that Bobi Wine and his National Unity Platform will face it rough in the finals (2021 elections)
“Recently we had semi-finals in the form of elections of the disabled, the elderly and the youth. Who won in the 3 matches? Bosco won without too much preparation. I am looking forward to the finals.”
“Greetings to your foreign backers who fear a strong Uganda. Too bad for them.”