â€œI have no idea how I was used, by whom and how I played around with Kamya,â€ FDC publicist Wafula Oguttu, denying that he had anything to do with the woes of fellow FDC supporter Beti Kamya.
â€œIf somebody brings ffujo (chaos), I wonâ€™t rush to call for help. Tutandikirawo (we start from there). By the time my army comes, I would be already handling the enemy,â€ President Yoweri Museveni, emphasising that he is still tough and able to handle all situations.
â€œThe Bible says God loved the world so much that he gave his only son. We can say that President Yoweri Museveni loved Karamoja so much that he gave us his only wife,â€ Abura Piriri, the chairperson of the Karamoja parliamentary group, about the appointment of the First Lady Janet Museveni as Minister for Karamoja Affairs.
â€œEeeh? If you think this is not serious, go down there and talk to traders at Park Yard. You will see what will happen,â€ Kampala Central MP Erias Lukwago, to fellow MP Felix Okot Ogong, owner of Felistar Bus Company.
â€œInstead of hunting for criminals through the gun, information can be legally tapped to stop crime,â€ Minister for Security Amama Mbabazi, about the new phone tapping Bill.
â€œI am a Ugandan of sound mind and I have ably answered their questions. I have done my part. What remains is for the committee to decide my fate,â€ newly-appointed state minister for economic monitoring, Kisira Mbeiza, after appearing before the committee of Parliament vetting the appointment of ministers.
â€œMany people might not be happy with the re-appointments of some people, but I think they are worth their positions,â€ FDC President Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye after re-appointing Mugisha Muntu as secretary-general.
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