People’s Government President Kizza Besigye made unannounced visit to Kitgum Saturday.
All people who defiantly assembled at Kitgum Public Primary School to listen to KB want change, said his aide Ronald Muhinda.
He didn’t disappoint them. “If you want change, Plan B is the right plan”, he told them.
He said change comes to those fight for it and not those who wish to see change without a fight.
Meanwhile, police fired teargas to disperse a procession by Forum for Democratic Change Party supporters in Kitgum Municipality.
The supporters were welcoming FDC party president Patrick Amuriat Oboi and Besigye in Pandwong Division.
Oboi and Besigye were attending thanksgiving prayers for the Kitgum Municipality MP-elect Denis Onekalit Amere at Kitgum Public playgrounds.
The officer in charge of Kitgum Central police station, Martin Abigaba, ordered his officers to fire teargas citing breach of COVID19 guidelines.
Besigye, Oboi, and Amere forcefully made processions to the thanksgiving prayer venue where Rev Fr. John Mark Oryem, the Parish Priest of Padibe in Lamwo District presided over the ceremony.
Amere defeated the incumbent Kitgum Municipality legislator and State Minister for Environment Beatrice Anywar in the recent January 14th parliamentary polls.