The Senior Presidential advisor on the media, Joseph Tamale Mirundi has vowed to join the opposition in traversing the country to oppose the looming referendum on the extension of the tenure of office of the president from five to seven years.
Mirundi said the recent decision made by Parliament to extend its tenure from five to seven years was abominable, uncalled for and has led to loss of public trust in the August House.
The tough talking Mirundi said it is unfortunate that Parliament hoodwinked Ugandan electorates and imported in amendments that Ugandans were not consulted on.
He described Ugandan legislators as selfish and greedy adding that have tainted the good image of the legislative arm of government.
Mirundi said the recent amendments have left the country with no trust in the Constitution hence asking for the making of a new constitution.
The former press secretary to the president who recently moved with the hammer in popularising the controversial Raphael Magyezi bill vowed not to join any government group or President Museveni in asking Ugandans to support the extension of the tenure of the president from five to seven years.
Mirundi has now joined all religious leaders who have come out to openly oppose the extension of the tenure of office of political leaders without consulting the main stakeholders in the country, the electorates.
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