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Saturday, November 28, 2015

MUSEVENI BRINGS SOCCER STARS FOR ELECTIONS #UGANDA - BY SPAN

MUSEVENI TO HAVE BARCELONA FOOTBALL STARS ON HIS FLAUNTING CAMPAIGN
Opposition politicians get ready to rock. As Byamureba said that when Museveni said in 1996 that it was his last term and after that he will look after his cows, he never realized that Ugandans became cows after 1996 elections. Uganda Tourism Board has payed millions of dollars to Barcelona football stars to come to Uganda as tourists but in reality they are supposed to appear on Museveni's political rallies in Central and Western regions of the country. The football stars already in Uganda include Edgar Davids, Patrick Kluivert, Louis Garcia, Simao Sabrosa and others. This is designed to give Museveni maximum world wide exposure to fool the West that Museveni is still popular in the country, and the opposition would not be in a position to scream election rigging. They are scheduled to appear with Museveni from Dec 8th through Dec. 12th. We hope that our exposure of this plan would make Museveni think twice of using these individuals for his political gains. In other news the police is now going to clamp down on opposition politicians as the Pope leaves Uganda. The mastermind of this is Henry Tumukunde and he has replaced Kakooza Mutale. The plan is to plant NRM youth supporters dressed as JPAM/KB supporters and cause havoc where Kayihura will call off the campaigns for security reasons. Tumukunde has already threatened war should Museveni lose the elections and those that have been blaming Span and other opposition supporters now have a real concern of war happening after the election. Lastly and not least, a group of Rwandese entertainers were brought from Kigali to perform their acrobatic dances to welcome Pope Francis at Entebbe airport as if there are no Ugandans that could have entertained the Pope on his arrival in Uganda. These dancers were part of a delegation that escorted Rwandese high government profiles that came to welcome the Pope. Question, why didn't South Sudan also bring its citizens to come and welcome Pope Francis at Entebbe airport?
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