He says that he will start from where he stopped. Kizza Besigye paid shs3 million yesterday to get out of jail on bail. Earlier, the court had decided he pays shs30 million cash bail which he declined.
“I am not at all shaken or feel sorry for myself or feel that this is too much. I am aware that we can face worse. What we are fighting for is freedom and equal opportunities for citizens, that is what we are fighting for,” he said.
Speaking to the media, he said the two weeks in jail have done nothing to him and his zeal to fight for human rights. He said he has been through worse and made it, so this is nothing.
“That is why I can’t be deterred by impoundment if that is what they intended to do. So we shall start from where we stopped. In awakening up Ugandans to fight for rights and to fight for their freedom, we shall not have stopped,” he said.
According to him the economic crisis can change overnight. He says Ugandans only need to come together and be intentional about changing the current situation.
“The prices which are harassing everybody can change overnight even with the current circumstances if certain decisions are taken regarding how our money is used,” he said.
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