Video: Katumba Wamala Mocks People Power. Gets an unexpected reply

Gen Katumba wamala
Gen Katumba wamala

In a video circulating online the Full Cabinet Minister of works General Katumba Wamala mocked People Power ‘s activities and slogans.

He also advised the youths not to expect anything from people Power since Uganda is not the same as Sudan.

Gen, Katumba Wamala was the chief Commander of the Army, he was also the Inspector General of police now minister for roads and transport is among those who fought to liberate Uganda and he says now everyone is enjoying their fruits.

He warned that People power beret will stop on the TV news

Un Expected Reply From People Power Supporter

GEN KATUMBA WAMALA – CUT THE EGO AND REGAIN YOUR RENOWN GENTILITY.

Dear Gen. Katumba Wamala, We have always known you as a principled and Credible person until the recent words you carelessly uttered in the video circulating all over social media.

To remind you, you were not part of the 27 gun holders who started the battle that your friends claim “it liberated Uganda” therefore making you a minister in charge of roads is not enough reason to wash your moral authority and credibility.

We have always referred to you as a yardstick of how men in uniform should behave and live life but be informed that the current arrogance and selfishness portrayed in the utterance that we have seen in the video do not only underscore your good character but also affect your public reputation.

Gen. Katumba as a person who watched young lads fresh from University go to the bush with only 27 guns, challenge the status quo and eventually overthrew the legitimate government that yourself and many others were serving

” I WOULD EXPECT YOU TO RESPECT A MOVEMENT (PEOPLE POWER) WHICH ONLY STANDS TO CHALLENGE YOUR CURRENT GOVERNMENT THROUGH LEGAL AND PEACEFUL MEANS.

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Katumba Wamala Mocks People Power
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