Annews24.com, The Democratic Party (DP) Vice president Hon. Fred Mukasa Mbidde has threatened to chew all metals,
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wedges and stones that will stand in front of his way in the fourth coming 2021 Masaka Municipality Member of Parliament race.
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) Representative
says that he has a better plan to redeem Masaka and make it get proper representation by a tested, trusted and exposed actor.
Mbidde the DP top leader and one of the organizers of the UYD event arrived at around 4pm when literally all the people had arrived except Mr. Jude Mbabali who had just returned from China. Mbidde stormed the event with a procession of Youths donned in Red and white (People Power) and others in Green and white (DP) colours.
He first exchanged bitter words with the security officials who never wanted him to access Masaka freedom square with his convoy, till when he decided to bowdlerize his ego and entered the 5000 sitter VIP tend alone.
When his time to speak reached, though most of the delegates expected him focus on the reunion agenda, Mbidde started with firing parables describing himself as a fearless worrier set for the mega municipality battle something that sparked a lot of mixed reactions.
Some of the delegates accused him for wanting to turn the UYD event for his personal gains, though the celebrated lawmaker gave them a deaf ear saying that lines will be drown in 2021 to establish who the man is.
It should be noted Hon. Fred Mukasa Mbidde is still a Member of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) and his term is still ongoing till 2022 therefore the decision on whether he shall first resign from the juicy Arusha job to unseat Mpuuga is one thing that we are yet to establish soon.
Besides Mbidde and Mpuuga friction, It’s also said that the Masaka Municipality Mayor (Forum for Democratic Change) Kayemba Afayo has also his neck swinging towards the battle for the same seat.