Uganda opposition leader Kizza Besigye addressing journalists at his offices in Kampala on January 11, 2017. PHOTO | ABAUBAKER LUBOWA | NATION
The new drive, ‘Tubalemese’ [let’s fail them], comes after the ‘Togikwatako’ [don’t touch it] movement that the opposition used to campaign against constitutional changes that included the lifting of the presidential age caps.
The main opposition leader Dr Kizza Besigye says MPs had betrayed Ugandans having passed the age limit Bill that paved the way for Mr Museveni, 73, to extend his 31-year reign.
The opposition said it will form regional assemblies particularly in all the districts where the 317 MPs who voted in favour of the constitution amendment hail from.