Even though President Museveni emerged victoriously, the Ugandan politician is yet to concede defeat. Even under pressure, he has continued to mobilize, educate and create awareness among the people of Uganda on the struggle for democracy.
In his call, he has emphasized on the fight against the dictatorship ways of Museveni.
"I encourage friends and comrades to find time and read books," he began.
"We must defeat the saying that if you want to add something from an African, just put it in a book," he said
"Books are very insightful, read these ones over the next six months," he added.
The Political Activist then shared his list of ten books. He called on Ugandans to read articles about liberation and struggle.
Through education, the Presidential aspirant believes the struggle for freedom and democracy will be fluid.
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