By Kobusiinge Monica
Kampala: The hopeful Kampala Lord mayor, Joseph Mayanja commonly known as Jose Chameleone, has confessed his undying support for presidential hopeful dubbed Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu in reward of how he encouraged and inspired him to join politics.
The colorless (chameleon) politician revealed this during the launch of his campaign offices on Balintuma road, Mengo in Kampala City.
The singer turned politician said the leader of National Unity Platform Robert Kyagulanyi has given him enough courage to join the struggle of making Uganda a better nation.
“My brother Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu our president to be in 2021 told me that ‘Joseph wake up, Uganda needs you.’ So these are our offices as we officially kick off the struggle to make Uganda a better country,” chameleon said.
It should be remembered that this was Mayanja’s second move to launch his offices following last week’s incident when police fired teargas to disperse his supporters who had gathered to witness the launch something police said was contradictory to the MoH Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) hence flopping the launch.
However, just like any other politician, Mayanja told the journalists after the unfortunate incident that no amount of threats will divert him from the mission of liberating Uganda and the journey to fight for the citizens of this country.
“Our office launch was interrupted [last week]. I would like to thank all the senior members in the struggle. It was unfortunate that we were teargassed last time but we won’t give up,” he said on the second launch.
He urged members of the public to join the the struggle noting that the country can’t be liberated without a concerted effort.
“My people I launch this office after spending one year thinking about causing change in the country. I decided to fight for the people of Uganda. Lets join the fight and do the needful,“ he urged.
The Leone Island boss who is now eyeing the Kampala lord mayorship defected to National Unity Platform (NUP) a few months after he was registered as the national mobilizer of the troubled Democratic Party (DP).
In the same vein, Chameleon was among the multitude of members of parliament who changed colors from Green to Red (DP – NUP) that included Hon. Betty Nambooze (MP Mukono Municipality), Allan Ssewanyena (Makindye west), Moses Kasibante (Rubaga North), Medard Sseggona (Busiro East) among others.
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