Presidential hopeful Joseph Kiiza Kabuleta has assured Ugandans that even if he is a pastor, he will not sugarcoat his speeches on issues that affect people’s lives but rather speak them as they are.
“I’m a presidential candidate, not a pastor. I have to speak issues as they are,” Kabuleta emphasized while responding to a concern that was raised by one of the local pastors who was attending the scientific manifesto launch that was held in Gulu City on Monday.
The local pastor who preferred not to mention his name was bothered as to why the presidential hopeful repeatedly kept on calling some people in the government as “bushmen”.
The Independent candidate noted that even Jesus in the Bible used bitter language by calling people foxes.
Kabuleta said unlike some leaders who are good at mobilizing bodabodas to storm streets which attracts the Police to use tear gas to disperse them, he was not a person of that nature.