Ugandans living in London United Kingdom marched to Uganda House to demonstrate against the proposed amendment of the constitution to remove the presidential age limit.
Last week, Museveni told NRM parliamentary caucus in Kampala that he was the brains behind the age limit bill moved in parliament by Igara West MP Raphael Magyezi.
But diaspora Ugandans have since threatened both peaceful and armed struggles to remove Museveni from power if he dares alters the constitution.
They claim to be tired of Museveni who has ruled the country for over 31 years and him to go.
“Museveni must go, Museveni must go, Museveni must go,” they chanted in front of the Ugandan embassy in UK.
They promised not to use violence to overthrow the government but peaceful means which will ensure a successfully transition of power.
On October 7, Ugandans living in Sweden staged a demonstration led by UPDF renegade Col Samson Mande to protest Museveni’s overstay in power.
They were also angered by Uganda government delegation to Stockholm just after Museveni’s elite guards sieged parliament and brutally arrested, tortured and detained Members of Parliament opposed to the Constitutional amendment of Article 102b.
With a clearance from the Swedish Police Authority, diasporans gathered at Årsta Torg in Sweden where they condemned Speaker Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga for surrendering the parliament to be raped by the executive.
“We also raise our voices to condemn the militaristic, partisan and unprofessional conduct of Uganda Police Force, patronizing and personalizing of Armed forces which have turned against Ugandans,” they said.
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