EVERYWHERE YOU GO, ITS BESIGYE…..EVEN IN MOROTO NOW


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Every one is following the events with keen interest.The love shown to Besigye must be a huge challenge to his tormenters.

1. When Besigye shows up on Kampala streets any day all shops close. All people run to have a glimpse of their man. It is more of a celebration. It is amazing.

2. When Besigye shows up in Rukungiri, Kabale, Jinja or Mbale the same thing happens. The appearance of Besigye in any part of the country East, West, South or North of the country just sparks off a celebration. It does not matter whether he appears as a prisoner or a free man. It is his appearance that counts. It is amazing.

3. Even in Moroto where his tormenters thought nobody would care an inch about Besigye’s presence the same happened. People were not celebrating to see a free man. They were instead celebrating to see a man who was detained. It is amazing!

It is alleged that prisoners fought to have Besigye on their side. Even inside prison? To the prisoners Besigye’s presence was something that could put a smile on their faces. It is amazing!! By the look of things Moroto district and the Karamoja sub region might register faster development under Besigye incarceration than under a fully-fledged ministry for Karamoja affairs for the last 10 years. All eyes are on Moroto. All roads will soon lead to Moroto. And that will be development. That is how God does things. God does things in amazing ways. Soon Moroto will be the capital of all activities and who knows it might soon get City status, at least in people’s minds.

Besigye is an amazing phenomenon neither his tormenters nor admirers can grasp.

The unfortunate Besigye’s incarceration can be welcomed by his tormenters but one thing is for sure, soon his tormenters would wish they did not have him in their own custody because everything that happens to him whether inside the prison or outside is known to the public in real time. One can guess that both the tormenters and the tormented have sleepless nights.

If this is not an amazing phenomenon I don’t know what to call it.”


Dr.Ibrahim Ssendagire via UMBS forum

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