Controversial propagandist Tamale Mirundi has named opposition politicians he classifies ‘moles’.
On Tuesday morning, the former Presidential spokesperson accused Democratic Party deputy president Denis Mukasa Mbidde, former Makindye East MP Michael Mabikke and former presidential candidate Abed Bwanika of working for the ruling party from inside the opposition ranks.
“Where I see Mbidde, Mabikke and Bwanika, I run very fast,” Tamale told Bashir Kazibwe who was hosting him on ‘One on One with Tamale Mirundi’ which runs on nbs television every Tuesday morning.
Mirundi was discussing the chances of the opposition come the 2021 general elections. Incumbent President Yoweri Museveni is expected to run in 2021 to continue his uninterrupted run beyond 35 years. A youthful MP Robert Kyagulanyi is expected to challenge him.
Mr Mirundi says Mbidde, Mabikke and Bwanika were strategising to join Kyagulanyi’s camp in order to penetrate his inner circle. He advised Kyagulanyi to avoid them, adding that some people in opposition were making a fortune for their role in disorganising the opposition.