‘Rain Chief Mulogo’ Balaam Assures M7 Of A Good Dry Day

Celebrated city business man and renown NRM supporter Balaam Barugahara popularly known as Sabavulu has come out today morning and assured fellow NRM enthusiasts that there will be no rain to disrupt the highly anticipated swearing in ceremony that will usher in President Museveni for his 7th term.

It should be remembered that prior to Balaam’s assurances, popular NUP supprters had taken to social media and posted long prayers asking God to bring down rain and disorganize the highly anticipated function.

For example Viboyo, a renown local singer has today morning come out to openly ask God to bring on massive showers that would prevent Museveni from swearing in.

”Dear God today we pray for hailstorms and thunderstorms within Kampala and around the surrounding areas . We also wish Bobi Kyagulanyi Bobi Wine all the wisdom to lead” Viboyo posted

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Perhaps on seeing many of such wishful thoughts posted on social media by Ugandans, Balaam who is an ardent lover of president Museveni didn’t want his boss to get scared and thus came out with an assurance that there will be no rain today even if NUP supporters dance on a needle.

”NO RAIN TILL AFTER OUR EVENT IN KOLOLO . WAMA MZEE FUGA PAKA PAKA 2ND LAST TERM BEGINS TODAY .KYAWA.Balaam Barugahara Ateenyi” Balaam posted

Mean while Ugandan security operations have ramped up around the capital ahead of Today’s inauguration of President Yoweri Museveni.  That includes tight security around the home of opposition leader Bobi Wine, who accused the government of fraud in January’s election. The security measures seem to be a warning to the opposition from authorities.

It’s a beehive of activity for security personnel ahead of Today’s swearing-in ceremony for Museveni. Kampala streets are guarded by foot patrols of soldiers, rooftop snipers, artillery pieces, armored vehicles and riot police.

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