January 9, 2018 at 1:06 pm #1424
The Rwandese mafia of Yoweri Museveni and Kale Kayihura are at it again after the plan to kill Hon. Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine flops even before its concluded. They planned to assassinate Kyagulanyi in march 2018, the same month last year in which these two goons eliminated Kaweesi.
The continued influence of Kyagulanyi among not only the Baganda, but country wide has scared off the dictator and his machinery. What makes it difficult for the dictator to stop Kyagulanyi is that he is an artist, and he can therefore make rallies at any time.
What has further scared and also annoyed the tyrant Yoweri Museveni is that Mengo has in recent weeks come up to engage directly in politics, and it seems Mengo is using Kyagulanyi to reach its message. These Rwandese also know Kyagulanyi has full support from all tribes , sex and ages.
Never has there come up a youth who the big youth population listen to like Kyagulanyi. The dictator fears this singer turned politician may lure the youth onto the streets and run after the tyrant Yoweri Museveni.
After intimidating him many times, including throwing home made bombs at his home, and failing to bribe him a number of times, the dictator has summoned his assasin , another Rwandese called Kale Kalekyezi Kayihura to see that Kyagulanyi goes 6 feet in the ground before april 2018.
Advisers have warned Kyagulanyi not to eat in bars, restaurants, or fast foods, and that he should only eat food prepared by Barbie.
Kayihura had delegated the task of killing Kyagulanyi to one Sande Kibwika, who is thought to have finished off Kaweesi together with Agasirwe and Baroza.
The way they wanted to finish off Kyagulanyi was in two ways. One , they wanted a lorry truck to crush his car a long gayaza road as he tries to branch off to his home in Magere. They failed with this plan since Kyagulanyi uses more than 4 different roads branch off to Magere. So it was difficult for Sande’s men to predict which road he would use at wat time.
They finally decided that they kill him in a ghetto in Kamwokya, where he slept in september to elude police that was preventing him to go to parliament.
They wanted to block Kyagulanyi and a number of MPs (who are expected to be a difficulty to the speaker after this holiday).
The police was going to block Kyagulanyi on the pretext that he was going to cause chaos in town or at parliament with the Ssewanyana’s and Munyagwa’s.
That means that the next days, Kyagulanyi would sleep in the ghetto to elude police. Sande Kibwika was going to plant his Kifeesi assasins to cause havoke at the night Kyagulanyi slept there.
They predicted that Kyagulanyi would come out to stop a fight ‘among his ghetto boys’.
In this process, Sande’s men were going to repeatedly stab Kyagulanyi and some ghetto boys.
The police under the Kifeesi Kayihura was going to make it appear ‘ a fight in the ghetto gone wrong’
It would be the perfect assasination.
Luckily enough, it was leaked by one of the would be boys. Unfortunately, he is missing since then, and the whereabouts of Sande himself is are unknown.January 9, 2018 at 1:32 pm #1429
UGANDANS SHOULD REFUSE LAND REFORMS IF DONE BY NRM
With so many gaps and mismanagement of national resources, I do not trust the NRM government on the issue of land reforms:-
1. The government has failed to procure the Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development on simple issuance of land Title Deeds. How will they manage the whole process of formalising relationships among communities through out the country on this significant issue?
2. There is already a major simmering problem among communities that their ancestral land is being grabbed by NRM connected individuals with the knowledge of government seniour officials. How can the same people who are grabbing land be fair in their deliberations on land reform?
3. Land owned by the state has been transferred to a small number of people allover the country without any notice whatsoever to the public (the pubic are land owners) and parliament. Why should the public whose land is being grabbed trust the government?
4. The Land termed as or on Protected Areas (PAs) is being threatened by well connected individuals. The government has not done enough to stop them from using this land.
If the government was trusted and had a vein of fighting corruption and bribery, then there would be given chance to preside over land reform. But as it is now, I would argue the country to refuse the offer of surrendering land to a few individuals who happen to be the ruling elite.
That tactic was used by colonialists and invaders to make the natives of their countries landless and homeless. Ugandans are not ready to be landless and homeless in their own country.
THE COUNTRY MUST VEHEMENTLY REFUSE THIS DUBIOUS OFFER, RETAIN LAND FOR BETTER USE AND FUTURE GENERATIONS.
David Wangusi Masinde
Uganda National Consensus Against Corruption
London United KingdomJanuary 9, 2018 at 1:34 pm #1430
14 REASONS WHY MUSEVENI IS AN UNQUESTIONABLE DICTATOR-IN-CHIEF
*1. Museveni believes he is the only one who is able to lead Uganda with the help of his minions.*
Dictatorship involves the rule of one person or one small group led by one person.
*2. Museveni came into power by force as a result of the protracted guerilla war and he sustains his grip on power through force.*
In a dictatorship, the ruler comes to power and sustains his power either by force or through manipulation.
*3. Museveni is an arbitrary ruler.*
A dictator rules by his will. His will is the law which is superimposed over the constitution.
*4. Museveni is an irresponsible ruler*
The rule of a dictator is neither transparent nor responsible nor even accountable to the people or to popular institutions.
*5. Museveni is backed by military power of the State.*
Usually, dictatorship is the product of militarism, directly or indirectly.
*6. Museveni’s rule is based on force and violence.*
Rule by force and domination is the eternal law of dictatorship.
*7.Museveni acts for the whole nation.*
The ruler identifies the interests of the people with his own interests and describes his interests as national interests.
*8. Museveni is an aggressive ‘Nationalist’*
The ideology of nationalism is used as a means for securing credibility for the interests of the ruler. In the name of the unity and development of the people, the ruler exercises his power for his self interest.
*9. Museveni’s system leaves no distinction between State and Government.*
In a dictatorship there is no distinction between state and government.
*10. Museveni is totally opposed to democracy.*
Dictatorship as the rule of one person is totally opposed to democracy which stands for the rule of the people.
*11. Museveni places little or no Importance to people’s rights and freedom.*
Dictatorship pays little attention to the rights of the people but always places full emphasis upon the duties of the people towards the state. Even simple debating forums, such as, Ugandans At Heart, are looked as a thorn.
*12. Museveni has been declared a life president for Uganda.*
In a dictatorship, the ruler exercises power for life or for as much time as he can. The change of ruler-ship is almost always effected by force or a revolution or by a ‘coup’ against the ruler.
*13. Museveni is one center of power.*
A dictatorship may have a number of governmental organisations for exercising power but each of such organisations works under the ultimate authority and control of the ruler.
*14. Museveni relies on force and brutality.*
The ruler uses war and aggression as the means for diverting the attention of the people away from their domestic problems and preventing them from expressing their wishes.
*THE DICTATOR MUST FALL*January 19, 2018 at 1:32 pm #1553
THIS MAN MUSEVENI IS UNRELIABLE, A CONFUSING AGENT AND HE IS NOT EVEN A TRUE CITIZEN OF THIS COUNTRY
In December, 1980, Uganda held general elections following the overthrow of Idi Amin in April 1979, by a combined force of Tanzanians army and Ugandan exiles.Four political parties participated, UPC under Obote, DP under Kawanga Ssemogerere, CP under Mayanja Nkangi and a newly formed party Uganda Patriotic Movement(UPM) led by Yoweri Museveni. Unlike in today’s arrangement, in 1980 there was no presidential contest but the leader of the party with majority members of parliament would automatically become the head of state.
During these campaigns, even party leaders had to contest for parliamentary seats.Yoweri Museveni contested against the DP candidate SAM KUTEESA for Mbarara North constituency, that to the most is Nyabushozi County.On November 24th , 1980, Sam Kuteesa addressed a political rally at Rushere Trading centre and this is what he said of museveni.
“THIS MAN MUSEVENI IS UNRELIABLE, A CONFUSING AGENT AND HE IS NOT EVEN A TRUE CITIZEN OF THIS COUNTRY.I CHALLENGE HIM TO SHOW US A SINGLE GRAVEYARD OF HIS GRAND PARENTS OR EVEN AN UNCLE OR AUNT IN UGANDA.THE MAN HE CALLS HIS FATHER, AMOS KAGUTA DENIED HIM LONG TIME AGO, AND WHEN HE DIVORCED HIS MOTHER, HE CHASED HER WITH MUSEVENI, WHO ENDED UP SEEKING REFUGEE AT THE HOME OF MZEE BYANYIMA.HE IS NOT ONE OF US, DONT VOTE FOR A STRANGER”
Less than 2 weeks after this speech, Kuteesa defeated Museveni with over 76% of the vote with Museveni coming a distant third with 3% after UPC .THE ONLY PERSON WHO VEHEMENTLY DEFENDED MUSEVENI’S POSITION AT THE TIME WAS THEODORE SEKIKUBO’S FATHER.January 19, 2018 at 1:34 pm #1554
The presidential age limits were removed
In case you thought NRM had not quite scraped the bottom of the barrel just yet, there are reports that their MPs that said ” no” to life presidency, would be summoned to the party disciplinary committee.We’re pretty sure they are just trolling us at this point — and possibly with Museveni’s consent, considering his penchant for quality comedy.
In case this is real, then ” what a chimera “, as John Kazoora says in his preface of the book, ” Betrayed by my leader”. Sincerely speaking, how does a representative of the people get to be questioned on how s/ he voted by the party hierarchy. This isn’t only illegal, it’s also wrong at so many levels.
The presidential age limits were removed, and now its time for Museveni to live with this decision without ” punishing ” those that see life presidency as a danger to our country. The opposition looks weakened at the moment, but things happen in politics when you least expect them.
As I start reading Mr.Kazoora’s book, first of all, I want to congratulate him for finally finishing his postgraduate studies. He should stop regretting his participation in the Luwero war. Most political leaders aren’t any different from a beautiful woman who promises never to cheat you with any man, only to find her at the back of the car with your driver on top of her, and the legs swinging in the air. Obote had to go, and Uganda will always be better without a dictator( past or present).January 19, 2018 at 1:39 pm #1555
Norbert Mao has not only failed DP but he has successfully killed and buried DP
When the then dying DP voted Norbert Mao as their Party President in Mbale,well meaning Ugandans sighed with relief. A sizzling orator,experienced leader and patriotic Ugandan, Mao was the best guy to resuscitate DP. To every one’s surprise, Mao has not only failed DP but he has successfully killed and buried it to such an extent that it had no presidential candidate in 2016! Yes,DP, a 50+year old party had no presidential candidate!
I watched Mao on DW as he ranted,lied and emitted false accusations that Mzei has killed Uganda’s institutions! Seriously,Mao you should just shut up,he don’t bother pointing a finger yet your own party lacks even a glimmer of institutionalisation. I have never seen/heard of a village,sub county,or county DP chairperson. All you see is Mao making some noise at City house every Friday during their weekly press conference. Dear Mao (DP), first pick the speck in your eyes before telling the same to your neighbours (NRM).