For a very long period of time, Kifefe Kizza-Besigye has been fighting President Yoweri Museveni in Uganda. Kizza-Besigye has been fearlessly executing his rights as an opposition leader to cause all sorts of problems to the Head of State and while many thought that the emergence of Bobi Wine would finish Kizza-Besigye, they were wrong.
That is because in recent days, Kifefe Kizza-Besigye has been vibrant than never before. He has been vocal and extremely controversial and today, he raised eyebrows in the country after he dropped his latest remarks. .
Through his official twitter account, Kifefe Kizza-Besigye happily announced that Uganda's ruling junta surrendered to the striking truckers at the land boarders. For that reason, he asked why the government still keep on collecting $30 per passenger at the Entebbe airport.
"Now that Uganda’s ruling junta has surrendered to the striking truckers at the land boarders, what excuse do they have to keep collecting $30- per passenger (for an entry Covid19 test) at Entebbe airport?" Tweeted Kifefe Kizza-Besigye.
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