Kabuleta said the president has his eyes locked in the country’s capital despite locking down Mubende and Kassanda districts. He said this is so apparently because the president knows it is where ‘the money is.’
“Lockdown started in Mubende and Kassanda and it’s coming soon here in Kampala. There was a balance of some Covid-19 money that the government was supposed to receive from the western powers to push for vaccination of anything,” claimed Kabuleta during a news conference in Kampala.
According to Kabuleta, the lockdown in the two districts came as a way to coarse people into getting vaccinated in the trial Ebola vaccine run. He added that the country has already begun receiving free trial vaccines.
“The vaccines are coming with money for these people to eat. If they can force vaccines into your body, they will eat money as I warned about Covid-19,” he said.
President Museveni imposed a 21-day lockdown in Mubende and Kasanda last week due to Ebola. Kabuleta’s concern is that no country in the world apart from Uganda has ever imposed a lockdown due to Ebola. He says if this lockdown continues, the country will fail to contain even the weaker diseases.
“The people of Mubende have been locked in their houses but the gold mines are still open. Maybe ebola fears gold so the rest of Mubende and Kassanda is locked except gold mines,” said Kabuleta.
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