Kyenjojo/Kampala The opposition yesterday dismissed Kenya Vice President Kalonzo Musyokas backing for Mr Museveni, saying it is inconsequential and driven by personal interests of politicians from the neighbouring country. Mr Musyoka, who addressed at least three of President Musevenis rallies in western Uganda yesterday, described his host as a good man and begged Ugandans to offer Mr Museveni a fourth elective term in office. Not the first Mr Musyoka rooted for President Museveni just a month after Kenyas Prime Minister Raila Odinga also accompanied the Ugandan leader on his campaign tour of Busoga. But opposition MP and spokesperson for the Inter-Party Cooperation campaigns, Mr Hussein Kyanjo, said Mr Musyokas gesture points at a possible role of Uganda in the chaos that followed the 2007 Kenyan presidential election. We are not bothered by that visit. But I know that this is going to increase the suspicion that Uganda was involved at a corporate level at least in the commotion that followed Kenyas December 2007 election, he said. The inflow of Kenyan politicians of high calibre simply endorses the feeling that somehow Uganda was involved. Remember there was a fear which side Uganda supported during the violence in Kenya. After disputed results, Kenya in early 2008 descended into chaos, with Raila accusing President Kibaki of stealing his victory. President Museveni was among the first heads of state to recognise Kibakis win, despite the stand-offangering Railas ODM party. The Orange Democratic Movement later accused Uganda of sending troops into western Kenya to quell opposition riotsaccusations Kampala denies.