By Richard A Luce
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has been warned not to underestimate the anger within Ugandans that is nearly coming to a boiling point over the way he has decided to turn the country into a personal fiefdom that controls all spheres of life in Uganda.
In the second and last part of The London Evening Post interview with Joel Wakayima, chief spokesperson of the Super Coalition Of the Fearless (SCOF) that has vowed to wage a war against the Museveni regime, Gen Museveni who has ruled Uganda since January 1987 was told that the army he has relied upon to keep him in power for the last 31 years cannot sustain his leadership for much longer. He said many members of the military and police forces in Uganda are cleared fed up with being ordered to defend a leader who has clearly lost the support of the majority of Ugandans.
Mr Wakayima claimed that the poverty caused by the Museveni regime to various areas of Uganda has made it possible for the creation of a people’s army ready to confront the might of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF). He added that Ugandans no longer have anything to lose in fighting Museveni. “He has created so much hatred against him and everyone working for him that most of the Ugandan population were simply waiting for instructions as to how to go about removing Museveni,” he said.