“I call upon all registered voters to come out and vote. I held a meeting with security forces and they are ready to defend you. Come out to vote and nobody will attack you. If anybody tries we will get them.”
He went ahead and warned everyone who is planning to cause chaos during election period. He said they are ready to deal with everyone just as they dealt with the November unrest that happened in Kampala due to the arrest of Kyagulanyi.
“You saw how rioters were defeated in Kampala! Therefore don’t be tempted to break the law. If you try to disturb peace, you will have yourself to blame,” he assured Ugandans.
The president said there is no part of the country that they can’t reach so they are ready for anything especially dealing with those who think they are untouchable. He urged people to keep peace because its not a favor but a duty for every Ugandan.
“There is no part of this country we cannot reach, either on foot or in air. I therefore urge all citizens to keep peace because it is their duty and not a favour.”
Most people however felt like the president was intimidating his opponents now that we are just a day away from the general elections. However this will be seen in how people turn up for the elections tomorrow.
Meanwhile its every Ugandans’ right to vote because its a chance to do something about who stays or goes away from places of authority.
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