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VIDEO: Besigye Plants Banana Suckers In a Major Road Ahead Of Thursday Planned Protests

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Opposition on Tuesday rallied Ugandans to join them in exposing the state of bad roads in Kampala and else where in the country today Thursday. Many especially the regime sympathisers have lashed at opposition for hatching such an evil plan when the country is hosting two high level summits all winning Uganda some points at the global stage.

In their elaborate plan Opposition wants to use the NAM summit to expose what they say is bad rule, expose the state of infrastructure especially roads and also send a message to the NAM delegates that much as they’re cruising and being driven on swift roads, elsewhere in the city and country, things are not alright as roads are full of potholes.

Ahead of the showdown which government and police have already warned the opposition not to dare stage such protests in the city since it would paint a bad picture of the country especially that the visitors are here and would later visit other parts of the country for tourism and leisure.

Bobi Wine, Winnie Kiiza, Dr Kiiza Besigye among other leaders have continued rallying Ugandans to join the protests and should plant whatever they can in the potholes found on Kampala roads and elsewhere in the country.

To ignite the lines of dissatisfaction, Dr Kiiza Besigye has planted banana suckers in the road leading to the city in Kasangati town council in Wakiso district where he resides. According to Besigye, the road has several spots that have claimed people’s lives and vehicles continue causing accidents on the Jinja-Kayunga- Kampala road.

“WARM-UP for tomorrow’s “Road Works”! This is in my town of Kasangati, on Jinja-Kayunga-Kampala Rd, where many vehicles are being destroyed by deep potholes; accidents by Vehicles/ Motorcycles dodging these holes kill people;… We’ve marked the holes to alert oncoming traffic. Please do the same wherever you’re tomorrow- save lives!”-Besigye sa!d

National Unity Platform principal also in a video taken on a potholed road in the city posted on his social media handles has rallied Ugandans to join them on the streets to expose the mess on the potholed city roads.

Government through Deputy RCC Herbert Anderson Burora and police have since warned the opposition against staging protests in the city and they risk running battles with security if they dare step a foot on Kampala roads to protest against the bad roads.

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