The Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni has warned the people of the country against misconceiving his role as a president and to the people of Uganda.
The president issued a statement which has left the citizens shocked while giving a speech to mark his 31st year in power.
Museveni, who cautioned Ugandans against thinking he is anybody’s servant, pointed that he is only fighting for himself.
He said: “I hear some people saying that I’m their servant, I’m not a servant of anybody.
“I am a freedom fighter, I’m not your servant.
“I am fighting for myself and for my beliefs. That’s how I come in. I’m not an employee.”
He added: “If anybody thinks he gave me a job, he is deceiving himself. I am just a freedom fighter whom you thought could help you also.”
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Excuse me, did you say your servant? No please! President Museveni tells off Ugandans pic.twitter.com/C5ce4LVJOu
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Yoweri Museveni who is Uganda’s 9th president assumed office on January 29, 1986.