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Trouble For Azimio’s Opiyo Wandayi As Ugandans Call For His Arrest Over Recent Attacks On Museveni

In the aftermath of the National Assembly Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi who is also the Ugunja Member of Parliament launching attacks on President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda with claims that he’s been supplying Kenya with the pink water that the anti-riot police have been using to disperse Azimio protesters, Ugandans are now calling for his arrest and prosecution in an East African court of law.

Led by President Museveni’s elder son Muhoozi Kainerugaba, Ugandans have not only told off the legislator and asked for him to respect Museveni but are also demanding that he should be taken to court so that he may explain what he knows or meant by those claims.

That his unfortunate and baseless remarks may disturb the peace and unity of the East African Community and shouldn’t be taken lightly.

Muhoozi had shared on Twitter a video of Opiyo Wandayi speaking at the funeral service of Mama Grace Onyango in Gem, Siaya County last Friday on March 31st in which he made those claims and attacks to the Ugandan Head of State and sent him a warning over the same.

In the video, the legislator had claimed that “we are aware that that coloured water which was being used by the police yesterday is coming from Museveni (Uganda).”

He then warned the Ugandan President that “and Museveni is forgetting that his goods pass through here.”

In his response to the same, Muhoozi captioned the video that “from Museveni? Is this guy sane? Stop abusing our Supreme Commander!”

Then other Ugandans joined the Ugandan Military General in condemning Opiyo Wandayi with calls for his arrest and prosecution.

One Hilary Yangi wrote in his reply to Muhoozi’s tweet that “he needs to be arrested for disturbing the peace of the President.”

Another Ugandan called Moses Munanura wrote that the remarks depict Wandayi as a “sectarian and an anti-East African.”

That “we have East African Courts. Why don’t you take him to court? Let him answer and explain what he meant to the judge. He should not be left unchecked. This is for peace, order and security.”


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