TORORO County MP Geoffrey Ekanya has appealed to Ugandans to storm the towns and litter them with urine and excreta to show hatred for Museveniâ€™s leadership.
â€œIf all the people from Bugisu came to Mbale town and defecated and urinated in the streets for one week, Museveni would surrender power,â€ Ekanya said.
He was on Sunday speaking at a rally in Mbale town, addressed by Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) national organising secretary Mugisha Muntu at the old bus park, overlooking the main market.
Muntu advised President Yoweri Museveni to prepare for a timely exit from State House in March 2006.
He said the recent arrest and prosecution of the FDC presidential candidate, Dr. Kizza Besigye, had boosted the partyâ€™s support.
He said voters in Museveniâ€™s own district of Kiruhura and the neighbouring districts of Isingiro and Ibanda had swung their support to FDC and its flagbearer, Besigye.
â€œMuseveni will receive a shock from his own district. His own people no longer trust him with the leadership of this country. The best his advisors can do is to tell him to prepare to return to Rwakitura or Kisozi where we in the FDC will provide him with security,â€ a tough-talking Mugisha Muntu said.
Ekanya said the tribulations that the party had gone through could only be compared to the birth pains mothers undergo.
â€œIt is painful but that is how the nation is delivered,â€ Ekanya said.
Two former Movement supporters, including the recently-elected chairman for the entrepreneurs in Buwagogo sub-county, Francis Wangolo, joined FDC.
Delegations of FDC leaders from Tororo, Manafwa, Sironko, Butaleja and Tororo attended the rally.
MP urges citizens to excrete on roads