Museveni Reveals His Future Plans In Case Of Surprise Defeat
Peter Kasyula Mwendwa
Jan. 14, 2021
Uganda President Yoweri Museveni has said he will be resigning to his home should he lose Thursday' s vote.
In a meeting with CNN on Tuesday, the president said he would acknowledge the political race results in the event that he is deposed.
" Uganda isn' t my home. I' ll go to my home in the event that I lose and do my own things if the individuals of Uganda don' t need me to assist them with their issues, " he told CNN.
Museveni was reacting to the concealment in the nation during the mission time frame defaced by passings, captures and fights.
He said that he is prepared to give proof should the International Criminal Court (ICC) take up Bobi Wine' s proposition to investigate him on allegations of denial of basic liberties.
" We have no issue by any means. We don' t have anything to cover up… we needn' t bother with addresses from anyone on the planet since we understand what we are doing, " he said.
Prior in a broadcast address to Uganda, Museveni likewise safeguarded the shut down on of online media applications in front of the upcoming political decision.
He blamed Facebook for predisposition saying that on the off chance that it ought to work in Uganda, it ought to be accessible to everybody.
Facebook had before hindered the decision gathering' s National Resistance Movement (NRM) ' counterfeit' accounts that had been connected to the public authority.
" I am upset for the burden yet we can' t endure arrogance of anybody choosing for us who is acceptable and awful, " he said.
He added: " I advised our kin to caution those Facebook individuals. In the event that they would prefer not to corporate, they will not work here. "
Wearing military formal attire, the president who is looking for a 6th term additionally cautioned against cheating during Thursday' s vote, saying that gatherings or people who will be gotten will confront the full power of the law. He simultaneously engaged Uganda' s Electoral Commission to guarantee a free and reasonable political decision.
" Cheating in decisions is injustice. Try not to burn through our time by attempting to cheat, " he cautioned.