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Museveni: I won’t be President at 100 years

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has come to say that the biggest mistake of the opposition is to think they can come and take power with the aim of undermining the NRM achievement which he cannot accept.

“We shall not tolerate any one trying to undermine the NRM achievements,” Museveni remarked.

Museveni also notes that the NRM has brought this country from so far where the economy had fully collapsed and where the lives of people were insecure due to the instability engineered by various rebel factions fighting the preceding Amin and Obote regimes.

“We went to the bush to fight for the well being of Ugandans. We achieved that and so those who think will come here to disturb the peace of Uganda are pressing a wrong button because they will regret their actions,” Museveni says.

He adds that he will only leave power when the right time comes and that is when he will see that whatever he wants to do has been done.

” I will leave one day, I wont be president at 100 No way. But I will only go after seeing everything in order,” said Mr Museveni who is now 76 years. He has been President long before the Berlin Wall fell.

“There are still some elements of skimmers and miscalculators that want to come and undermine our achievements. That wont be allowed,” he adds.

Gen Museveni adds that the opposition has ill intentions for Uganda and that’s why Ugandans keep begging him to stay as President.

“When they see Bobi Wine and his gang of hooligans destabilizing our peace, they tell me Mzee please stay don’t go,” Museveni said.

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