The National Unity Platform (NUP) member and Baba FM political show host Basajja Mivule has officially joined the ruling Nationl Resistance Movement (NRM).
Basajja Mivule made the pronouncement during a press conference today held in Ntinda. He was welcomed to the NRM by events promoter Balaam Barugahara.
At the event, Basajja Mivule said he was pushed out of NUP by the dictatorial tendencies in the new party and the cultism that is being built around Bobi Wine. He said he did not find anything good about NUP and the intentions of it’s leadership.
“They invade the internet, attack you with every manner of obscenity. Please, is this the struggle you are talking about? I don’t ascribe to Bobi Wine’s kingdom where they want to install him as the omnipotent, omniscient, all knowing god. You tak about him, they want to cut off your head! Who is Bobi Wine?” Mivule said.
He said he has joined the struggle to eliminate “criminals, goons and hooligans” saying their’s (NUP) cannot be a struggle where you abuse people.
“We can’t be muzzled as we see an empire being prepared to be established in our country. An empire of homosexuals, drug addicts, wrong elements and criminals. we cant allow that!” He said.
“I wouldn’t have attacked them if they had kept their idiocy to themselves but now that they want to spread it to us, we are ready to pull up our clothes and attack them” Mivule said.
A subscribed NUP member, Mivule recently changed positions following his earlier comments that despised officials in the ruling government especially westerners, as thieves land grabbers. The comments led to his arrest and detention before he came out to openly apologize that his statements were uncalled for.
Mivule’s apology rubbed members of the NUP the wrong way culminating in abuses and verbal attacks from the latter accusing him for being compromised by the state.
“Whoever wants to promote peace and harmony should apologize and that is what I did. But people started abusing me, throwing around vulgar words. Whoever is abusing is hidden in People Power, why don’t the People Power leaders come up to guide their people against such bad behavior?” Mivule argued.
“God can not allow drug addicts, hooligans, slanderers, abusive people, and homosexuals to get hold of Uganda’s State House. They can abuse all they want, but such people will not rule this country,” Mivule claimed.