Besigye adopts non-violence to end Museveni reign

Besigye preaches non-violence in Isingiro

Former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye spent Friday in Bukanga County, Isingiro District on a mobilisation campaign in an attempt to win more people in the struggle to defeat President Museveni’s regime.

Besigye also prayed with the people at St. Paul Endiizi Church of Uganda, according to his aide, Ronald Muhinda.

Muhinda said Besigye directly interacted with the people who recently voted FDC Candidate Aaron Turahi as Mayor Endiizi Town Council defeating NRM candidate that had direct support of Museveni in Isingiro.

Muntu speaking

Besigye was joined by MP Roland Kaginda, Sheema People’s MP Virginia Plan Mugyenyi, former FDC President Gen. Mugisha Muntu, Secretary for Mobilisation Ingrid Turinawe, Governor Mbarara Stanley Katembeya, former MP Vicent Mujuni Kyamadidi, Imam Makumbi and several other FDC officials from Western Uganda.

Besigye says Isingiro is setting an example of how to fight an armed dictatorship non-violently.

He urged the people to fight harder to challenge Museveni junta and fail it.


The people collected hundreds of thousands of shillings to support the struggle.

“The highlight of the day was seeing people fighting to shake KBs hand,” Muhinda noted.

Turinawe used the same platform to preach the three major rules and values of joining FDC. She was speaking to Endiizi voters in Bukanga, Isingiro district.

She said FDC stands for change and doesn’t tolerate corruption. “If you love money don’t join FDC.”



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