Police have today morning blocked 6 Uganda Young Democrats (UYD) from accessing the U.S embassy who claim to having gone to cerebrate the victory of the U.S president elect Donald Trump.
These youths led by general David Ssejusa’s aide Moses Bigirwa says that they have been from day one of Trump’s campaigns agents and that his victory is worthy to cerebrate especially to peace, democracy and freedom loving Ugandans. Bigirwa Moses, Kizza Hakim, Kayondo Juma, Allan Kitoosa Ssaava, Nsibuka Haruna and Mado Isaac have today stormed the U.S home in Nsambya with the aim of expressing gratitude over the U.S nationals voting what they term as a rightful vote not for only Americans but also to Ugandans.
However, after the embassy officials realizing that these youths had been blocked out of the embassy, they have intervened and allowed them inside to forge them a formal programme to follow and later requested to make their celebrations on Monday in the embassy board in the presence of the media and othe stake holders. Bigirwa later manager to address the media and told the media the reason to why they decided to support and look for support of the Trump is because the president elect promised to impart democracy in Africa and helping in ousting long time serving presidents in Africa.
Kizza Hakim blames president Museveni for playing hide and seek game by congratulating Trump while in Adis-Ababa but then later deploy security to block other people who express the same or even more gratitude than his (M7) and yet he used to attack Trump for not being having held any political leadership and that if trump wanted to intervene in Uganda’s political affairs, he should first come for lectures from M7.
It should be remembered that on October 25 2016 Tuesday morning, two Ugandan youths (Bigirwa Moses and Allan Kitoonsa) were arrested and later bailed by the chief magistrate court Makindye under the jurisdiction of Ssemondo Benson till 23rd Nov for demonstrating at the United States embassy in support of Donald Trump, the Republican candidate in the US presidential election.