Home > Lifting Presidential Age Limit

PHOTOS: Kayihura Endorses Age Limit Removal, Museveni Life Presidency

The head of Uganda's Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has handed a spear, shield and framed photo of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party logo, in what has been interpreted as an endorsement of another term in office for the country's three-decade president Yoweri Museveni. Museveni was chief guest at Kayihura's

Read More

Museveni: I am Behind Age Limit Removal, It’s My Thing

Uganda's three-decade president Yoweri Museveni has reportedly admitted he is behind a plot to delete article 102b of the Constitution to be able to run for president beyond 75 years. According to Andrew Mwenda, a journalist known for handling Museveni's key PR assignments, Museveni reportedly told a meeting of his ruling

Read More

Age Limit: What Recent Museveni Media Interviews Say about His Life Presidency Plot

Dear Ugandans and Members of Parliament, With distress and feeling grossly disappointed, I have been attentively listening to President Yoweri Museveni's recent interviews especially those hinged on his over stay in power. I especially got interested in his most recent interview with Aljazeera. There are two responses by His Excellency in

Read More

Age Limit: MP Magyezi Dismisses Reports of Attack on His Country Home, Plantation

Igara West MP Rapahael Magyezi has spoken out on reports that his upcountry estate was attacked by locals over the controversial age liit bill. Social media reports had earlier indicated that locals have descended on Magyezi's banana plantation and destroyed it. The locals have also beaten up and killed livestock and threatened to

Read More

Sejusa Warns Museveni on Age Limit, Life Presidency

Opinion: David Sejusa The country is witnessing a lot of violence, disruption of social life and general apprehension of the people of Uganda. The population is beginning to feel unsure about the future and generally insecure. This is a complete reversal of the feeling and belief, which our people had when they

Read More

Andrew Benon Kibuuka Warns Bobi Wine on Age Limit Chaos

Artists’ umbrella body the Federation of Performing Artistes of Uganda (FPAU) has issued a statement on the rising political temperature in Uganda as the controversial age limit amendment bill continues to polarize politicians and citizens across the political divide. In a statement issued Wednesday by FPAU President Andrew Benon Kibuuka, artists

Read More

Panic in NRM as Mbabazi Men Petition Court to Block Magyezi Age Limit Bill

Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi’s supporters and legal team have rushed to court to block the controversial Constitutional Amendment No. 2 Bill, 2017 by Igara West Member of Parliament Raphael Magyezi. In a Tuesday sitting boycotted by opposition MPs, Magyezi tabled the controversial bill that, among other things, seeks to delete

Read More

Age Limit: Makerere Law Professors Condemn Kadaga for Favouring Museveni

Law lecturers at Uganda’s premier university have weighed in on the controversial age limit bill that seeks to allow three-decade president Yoweri Museveni rule for life. Magyezi and majority of ruling NRM party MPs seek to delete the upper age limit clause in article 102b that bars anyone from standing for

Read More

Maureen Kyalya: Why the Presidential Age Limit Should be Removed

Opinion: Maureen Kyalya TUGIKWATEMU: LETS US REVIEW THE CONSTITUTION. THAT IS MY STAND AS A LEADER AND YOUR GUIDE AND MY REASONS ARE BELOW. The 1995 constitution is a very deadly document designed to rip off political and economic power from native Ugandans and hand it over to a few elite and

Read More

Ofwono Opondo: MPs Could Be Using Grenades as Own Tactics to Frame Govt

Government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo has spoken out on the grenades that have allegedly been detonated at Opposition MPs homes in the recent days. MPs Robert Kyagulanyi (Kyadondo East) and Allan Sssewanyana (Makindye East) on Tuesday morning revealed via Social Media that grenades had been thrown at their homes, destroying property. A similar

Read More