Gen. Henry Tumukunde expressed His fear About Brutality and Violence Against Robert Kyagulanyi

By; Andrew Visper. Presidential candidate, Retired general Henry Tumukunde has expressed fear that their could be some wrong people who infiltrated security with the aim of destabilizing the country.

Gen. Henry Tumukunde expressed His fear About Brutality and  Violence Against Robert Kyagulanyi
Tumukunde says that incidents of brutality and violence against Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu and other opposition candidates including himself are clear indication that the perpetrators are planning something wrong for the country.
He warned that Uganda is risking violence if these inhumane acts against the citizens are not stopped challenging the security heads to rutinise their men and find out their intention.
"That innocent young man, who's preaching the gospel of change in his country with the kind heart of changing power without blood, he has no gun for them they have guns every where. They will pay for it" said Tumukunde
Tumukunde has also blamed  government and the electoral commission for the violence they did not listen to the advise of the different stakeholders who foresaw violence in which campaigns were to be conducted.
"I always ask myself, is this election? Personally I advise the commission to distance themselves out of organising this election during this Covid-19 period until the situation stables, just because they work for Museveni they couldn't listen to us" said Tumukunde
Meanwhile Tumukunde has promised to end land grabbing in Northern Uganda if they elect him as a president in the 2021 general election.
Tumukunde said that there are opportunists who have taken advantage of the looseness of the law to deprive people of their land rights but vows to fight them and ensure that people get back their grabbed land.
He further explained that the land law in Uganda is clear on how land may be acquired and warns the land grabbers that the land will not only be taken away from them but they will also pay heavily for the time they have illegally occupied it.
My fellow country men and women it's time, keep your land documents and record all those grabbers am very sure your land will be back to you". Said Tumukunde