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February 24, 2024
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I didn’t expect to win the elctions – Joseph Kabuleeta

Former presidential candidate Joseph Kabuleeta has come out to reveal that his intentions of participating in the 2021 presidential elections was not to win them.

He said thst he wanted to experience some things which he indeed did.

Kabuleeta also said that even if the elections had been free and fair, he didn’t expect to win it.

However the elections were shambolic which is sad that the process has gotten to such levels.

“didn’t go into the election expecting a win. Even if the election was free and fair, I wasn’t going to win. I went into the election to experience some things and I did. The election was shambolic. It’s a pity that elections have become this. Nothing happened that I didn’t expect and I am glad I got to participate in the election,” Kabuleeta said.

Kabuleeta further said that there is no way an election would be tallied without the internet.

Therefore what was being read at the tally centre was fiction.

About the 2016, general elections, he said that it was not any better but just organized shambles.

“There was no way an election would be conducted and tallied without the internet. That shows that what was being read at the National Tally Center was complete fiction.
2016 wasn’t any better but it was organized shambles,” Kabuleeta added.

Kabuleeta also criticized the security agencies for the gross human torture saying there is no humanity left in the country.

“What country is this where they beat people? Journalists, women are being beaten. Do you hear this in the neighboring countries? We have no sense of humanity left. You see someone beating up a woman old enough to be their mother.”

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