Ronald Mayinja makes U-Turn, joins National Unity Platform

Ronald Mayinja makes U-Turn, joins National Unity Platform

Faded singer Ronald Mayinja has made a U-turn as he rejoined Bobi Wine’s National Unity Platform (NUP) after withdrawing from politics. The singer however requested all the supporters of the National Unity Platform to forgive him because mistakes are human. He also confessed that his meeting with H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was not intended at betraying the struggle. Therefore he asked for forgiveness from those who thought he had betrayed them.

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“I met President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, however, for some reasons which were not monetary. This is because there is no money that side as many people assume. The main reason why I met President Museveni is that I had a few questions and it was only him to provide the answers. Meanwhile, on a sad note, I realized he had nothing else to offer to Ugandans according to the meeting I had with him,” Ronald Mayinja said.

Mayinja said that he wanted the President to address the issue of high levels of youth unemployment in the country…

“To my surprise, His Excellency is not thinking about such, he is only thinking about winning the next election. Therefore I lost my confidence in him and decided to return home and continue with the struggle for change. In fact, Museveni’s biggest fear is the youths…,” Ronald Mayinja added.

The lost and faded singer also revealed why he made a U-turn back to the National Unity Platform.

“We are in the struggle and the light is visible at the end of the tunnel. Therefore I have returned home not because I am contesting in the next elections. However, all I need is to part of the struggle and be remembered that I also took part in the liberation of this country. In addition, I call upon all the artists to join the struggle and liberate this country,” Ronald Mayinja said.

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