It’s like the police has made it mandatory that every time he is campaigning, they have to tear gas and shoot at people and blood has to be shed.
Many people have come out to write about these things on their social media platform and for them the best thing to do now is to procrastinate campaigns and even elections.
‘I am not a politician, I actually fear politics, for the love of citizens and mercy @UgandaEC @PaulBukenya @PoliceUg @UPDFspokespersn is there anyway we can suspend these mockery of campaigns?
People dying everyday is too much, please save us the unending pain. Am on my knees..’ Joyce Nakibule, a journalist tweeted.
This has even pushed Bobi Wine to put a stand still on his campaigns due to the violence his camp faces everyday of his campaigns. Today, he will be meeting the Electoral Commission council to iron out issues. It seems the electoral commission was not hearing his cries out all this while so going there personally may be much better if anything is to be done.
However, so many people have lost their lives in the name of these elections. Unfortunately most of these victims are very innocent and victims of circumstance.
What is the use of having elections when voters are being killed everyday? How does that even make any sense? Whose duty is it to ensure that we have violent free campaigns and elections?
The police says they are doing their job and the Electoral Commission says whatever is happening is not their responsibility.
After all these claims, where can one run to get justice if everyone says they are doing their designated jobs?
- Chaos And Uncertainty Ahead Of NRM Party Elections
- Government To Compensate Some Victims From The Bobi Wine Protests
- Campaigns Get Sower As Bobi Wine and Journalists Spend Night In The Cold
Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.