Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi has warned President Yoweri Museveni to come to the realization that there will be a time when he will not be in power.
Kyagulanyi also known as Bobi Wine said, Museveni should treat Ugandans the same way he would want to be treated once he is out of power instead of brutalising them using his security forces.
Bobi Wine was addressing his first press conference at his home in Magere, Kasangati since his return from the US – where he spent at least 19 days seeking further treatment. Kyagulanyi said he would want to be in President Museveni’s mind to know how it feels like to brutalise fellow citizens without a care in the world.
“How does it feel to treat your people like this? Mr president, how does it feel to continuously press your boot on the necks of your people. Many times you have reminded us that you’re a Jajja, our grandparent…Grandparents are always people that we ran to for love, for protection.” Kyagulanyi said.
He cited the August 13 incident in which, his driver Yasin Kawuma was shot dead by his assertion, soldiers of the president. Further, him (Kyagulanyi) and about 32 others, he said, were brutally arrested and tortured, and yet instead of bring the perpetrators to book, the president according to the MP, only patted the soldiers on the back for a job well done.