I HAVE A QUESTION FOR DONOR COUNTRIES, IMF, AND THE WORLD BANK, WHETHER IT IS LOGICAL TO CONTINUE LENDING AND GIVING MONEY TO MUSEVENI?

With all due respect, I want to remind those bodies above that you are lending money to Museveni as an Individual but NOT to Uganda as a country because that money is not used for the intended plans and projects as evidenced by the information about rampant corruption in this article that has existed for a number of years. It is disheartening to witness Uganda being one of the most corrupt countries since devil Museveni became a president in a country which he does not qualify to rule because he is not a Ugandan. There are numerous corruption scandals that have happened since Museveni became a president but nothing serious has ever been done because in most of those scandals if not all, Museveni in particular and his family, in general, have always been involved. That explains why whenever public funds, as well as donors’ funds, is misused no one is accountable. It puts Ugandans down in the dumps to see that, donor countries still give money to Uganda. Which money does not meet its goals and objectives, but rather just end in the pockets of a few individuals making Uganda indebted which will take Uganda a number of years to pay those dates. It really defeats my understanding and ask myself multitudinous questions why donors can’t completely stop dealing with Lumpens and thugs of African dictators like Museveni and his colleagues?

Donor countries, IMF, and the world bank ought to have learned lessons about Museveni and his robbers in the government. To begin with, the stealing of Covid funds. The crooks who rule Uganda decided that all donors should pass their support through the Office of the then Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda. It is mindboggling to hear that the thieves who are ruling us illegally practised their hobby of embezzling government allocated funds. Uganda had received enough help but nothing was done professionally to the Ugandan citizens’ satisfaction. We received US$491.5 million (Approx. Shs1.8trillion) that came from the International Monetary Fund, US$300million (Approx. Shs 1.1trillion) from the World Bank, and US$31.6million (Approx. Shs 115.5billion) from the African Development Fund. The government also received grants from various international partners; including the European Union, USAID, China, and the US worth millions of dollars. But is a big shame that the money which was given to Uganda to tackle the pandemic was embezzled by powerful individuals in the government

In fact, the twats who are ruling us do not have any respect for Ugandans. I could not believe my ears when Museveni made an appeal for public solidarity in support of the health care system that was already in a crisis, due to limited funding. When Ugandan philanthropists gave in all what they had with all their hearts, the wolves in the government which do not care about the citizens’ health, were not ashamed of stealing the money and other things ranging from food, medical supplies to mention but two examples. The Ministry of Health received Shs25 billion from the Emergency and Consolidated Fund, Shs94.1 billion in the supplementary budget, and a lot more but surprisingly, oxygen plants were neither installed nor supplied. Gas Cylinders were not also bought as it had been planned! Because the money was embezzled. What type of government do we really have? Ugandans just survive on God’s mercy. It is unfortunate to see our country being entangled in what I can term as the spider’s web of a blood-stained regime. Ugandans have gotten tired of the whole fraudulent, illegal and bogus system of government. I totally consider it as an evil type of government that has led to the terrible suffering of Ugandans in and outside their country. The government is characterized by enormous abuse of human rights, high levels of corruption, lack of both transparency and accountability. Whenever the mess is done in our country, no one is accountable and surprisingly, Museveni is always ready to defend his criminals since he is also a criminal

I want to vividly inform donor countries, IMF, and the World Bank of the former corruption scandals on top of Covid funds, something which clearly shows that Uganda is in a total mess and it is not logical now to continue lending money to Museveni because Ugandans will NOT be willing to pay those huge amounts of debts that never benefited their country. It hurts and also perplexes us that those corruption scandals are encouraged by Rutabasirwa Museveni himself because he uses them as one of the ways, through which he contains the henchmen he is ruling us with. In fact, corruption scandals are part and parcel of his political game to contain his henchmen. If you look back into Museveni’s Mafia government, it portrays that corruption has worked for the Rwandese origin president in Uganda, something he has used deliberately to keep himself in power for over 35 years.

I highly doubt whether donor countries, IMF and the World Bank have Uganda at heart or they just ONLY want to gratify their interests at the expense of the suffering of Ugandan citizens. You very well know that your man Museveni does not want to hear anything related to freedom of speech and human rights, and his government is also characterized by; a grand-scale theft of public funds and corruption, involving public officials at all levels of society, as well as a widespread of political patronage systems, based on of nepotism, tribalism, threats, and killing of innocent citizens, especially those who are opposing him. But you go ahead to corroborate with him to enable him to use the money you give him, which money he uses in corruption, as one of his political weapons to make him rule for so long.

Dear donor countries, IMF, and the World Bank it is on record that, Uganda has got a number of corruption scandals which even involve top high government officials for example; the former Vice-President, Gilbert Bukenya, the former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, and former state minister for works and transport, John Byabagambi, were once implicated in the mismanagement of billions of public funds meant for the 2007 CHOGM summit, but up today nothing was reached upon. What does that mean? It means that people have accumulated unexplainable wealth, under Museveni’s regime and they don’t even want this murderer to leave power. Others implicated were; ministers John Nasasira, Mwesigwa Rukutana and Isaac Musumba. Although Parliament had allocated sh270b to the summit, the Auditor General discovered that more than sh370b was spent. And surprisingly, the figures went up to sh500b after the parliamentary accounts committee grilled those who spent the funds. But there was nothing done up today. That is why I humbly ask donor countries, IMF, the world bank, and the European Union, surely what is your intention of funding Museveni to still be the president after seeing such a high level of corruption? Kindly have both; some shame and mercy on Ugandans please, by stopping working with dictator Museveni

There was also a scandal about global Fund 2008 At the time of investigations, $10m (sh25b) was missing, although some sources put the figure at $37 (sh95.8b). That money was meant for malaria and tuberculosis drugs programs. The scandal resulted in sucking the former health minister Jim Muhwezi, and his then deputies Mike Mukula and Alex Kamugisha. Surprisingly, their wealth was not confiscated by the government which would have been the best thing to do. Under normal circumstances, their sucking did not make any sense because there were no further steps taken about those crooks. There was also the NSSF-Temangalo saga, in 2008. This involved the then Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, who made a deal with the security minister, who they claim to have been paid sh11b for 464 acres of land, with each acre costing sh24m. There also came the ID Scandal in 2010 which consumed over 150b to finance the project. Another corruption case was about the LCs bicycle scandal, 2011 which involved Amman Industrial Tool and Equipment Ltd, a locally-registered company, was contracted by the Ministry of Local Government to supply 70,000 bicycles meant for LCs, but no single bicycle was delivered. And over $1.7 million (about sh4b) was lost.

It is also right and fitting for donor countries, IMF, and the World Bank to know about the Microfinance 2011 scandal of Sh60b, which went missing from the Microfinance Support Centre. This involved the then Former Vice-president Dr. Specioza Wandera Kazibwe, who was the board chairperson. She was suspended over allegations of abuse of office and mismanagement of funds. But up today, she never explained where that money went. There was also Hassan Basajjabalaba’s corruption compensation scandal, 2011 in which Uganda lost sh169b. As usual, what was done is to; suck two ministers, Syda Bbumba for finance and the attorney general Khiddu Makubuya, alongside the three members of staff. But that was done to blindfold Ugandans because, up today, nothing great is known about what followed later. There was also the Pension’s scandal matter, 2012 in which I69billion was lost but nothing was followed later. It is also important to know about the Prime Minister’s Office corruption scandal in 2012 which led to the then principal accountant in the Prime Minister’s Office, Geoffrey Kazinda, who was remanded to Luzira Prison in connection with the disappearance of sh5b. Last but least, donor countries, IMF, and the World Bank should also know about the Valley dam scandal which was one of the first corruption scandals. A loss of sh3.4b in1998/1999 was reported and made the then Vice President Dr. Specioza Wandera Kazibwe ready to resign since she had vowed to go back to treating the many hernia patients in Mulago. But she later shifted blame for the financial impropriety in the valley dams scandal to bureaucrats in the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and fisheries, saying that her duty was to give political guidance to the bureaucrats in her ministry but the execution of the project entirely rested in their hands. The question is, where did that money go? The list of corruption scandals in Uganda is endless. It is really a shame to keep on losing such a colossal amount of money which is both from donor countries as well as taxpayers’ money.

In conclusion, Uganda has experienced lots of big corruption scandals, in which a colossal amount of money has disappeared that has led to Uganda as a country not having better quality public services, better formulation as well as the adoption of constructive political policies and government’s commitment to such policies. This has made Uganda indebted since the money is borrowed but it is not put into its proper use. But surprisingly donor countries, IMF and the World Bank have continuously and persistently continued working hand in hand with Museveni whom they know that he is not a Ugandan because he can easily be manipulated to fulfill anyone outsiders’ interests at the expense of the suffering of Ugandans. It is a shame and it should go on history that those high-profile governing bodies are dealing with an incompetent government that lacks accountability and transparency.

WRITTEN BY FRANCIS KASIBANTE. FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

‘Blood Clot’ victims

Orthodox Church Archbishop Jonah Lwanga

Regardless of political affiliation, religious beliefs, tribes, cultures, generally any differences death is death. Museveni’s government has never valued the lives of Ugandan citizens.  When you look at all those Ugandans in the photos, are dead and they have been killed by Museveni’s regime. That made me burst into tears because I could not imagine how and why we shall never ever have those very important Ugandans to be part of our country. Museveni keeps on killing indigenous Ugandans and anyone who wants a change in Uganda but for him, he doesn’t want to die that is why he tries as much as possible to tighten his security. Anyway, no one deserves untimely death whether opposition population, pro-government, religious leaders, educated, uneducated, poor or rich, skilled or unskilled young, old, army or police force. It is heartbreaking nowadays to see that death has become normal in Uganda simply because our country is in captivity. We are under a few Rwandese occupation who are ruling us illegally and they are not ready to leave Uganda in peace.  Ugandans have buried a number of respected personalities dying of sudden deaths which are always related to blood clots leaving the country in shock concerning their untimely demise. It has now become a habit for the bloodsucker Museveni to organize “a team of pathologists” to establish the lies about the victims’ death, yet the awaited postmortem is always known as a Blood clot.

Judge Joan Namazzi Kagezi

Suleiman Kiggundu. Former Governor of Bank of Uganda
Sheikh Nuhuk Muzaata Batte
Bishop Kagwa Of Masaka Diocese
Dr. Anas Kaliisa
Major Mohamed Kiggundu

We Ugandans are fed up with Museveni’s regime and for sure no amount of words can describe the enormous wickedness; extreme criminality, cruelty, and other horrible situations and atrocities Ugandans have witnessed since Museveni became a president of a country of which he does not even have any roots of attachment. That contemptible liar who utters worthless and useless words because whenever his lips are moving is just a pile of nonsensical lies, should not have become a Ugandan president. He really deserves his eyes to be gouged out and left to spend all his time in hell due to the atrocities he has committed inside and outside Uganda. It is really sad to mention a number of people who have perished during Museveni’s term of office as in the example below.

1. Doctor
Andre Kayira.
21.Haji Brahim Muwanga Kibirige
2. Catholic church
Archbishop
Cyprian
kizito Lwanga
22. Several Muslim clerical
23.Brigadier Nobel Mayombo
24. Dan Kyeyune (NUP)
3. Orthodox church
Archbishop
Jonah Lwanga
4. Andrew
Felix Kaweesi
25. Former Arua Municipality MP colonel Ibrahim
Abiriga
28.Senteza Frank Kalibala(NUP)
27.Kizza Shakira Nabagasera(NUP)
5. Doctor
Anas Kaliisa
6. Senyonga Mohamed
( NUP)
28. Suzan Magara
29. Mubuuke Sharon(NUP)
30. Kalinda Micheal (zyg Wynes) (NUP)

7.General
Noble
Mayombo
8. Mulongo
Sam
31.Peter Kibirango
32-Hoteka Serubogo(NUP)
33. Sheik Nuhu Muzata
34. Ritah Nabukenya (NUP)
9. Bishop
kaggwa of
Masaka
diocese
35. Adam Mulongo,
36. Andrew Felix Kaweesi
10. Zebra Mando (NUP)
11. Major
Kasirye
Kangwa
12. Atakyelisse Kenneth
(NUP)
37. over 80 youth both at Lugogo and Kabalagala, who perished in the 2010 World Cup final bomb saga
13.Former
Governor of
Uganda
Suleiman
Kiggundu
14. General
Aronda
Nyakayirima
15. Judge Joan Namazzi
Kagezi
16.Hanington Sewankambo Sweet Pepisi(NUP)
17. Kayondo Willy(NUP)
38. Students of Buddo Junior School, who vanished in the fire that destroyed their school.
39. The many Women in Wakiso who were killed by pang-wielded men.
40. People in Lwengo who were killed by organized
criminals aided by the police 
41.General Pual LokechGeneral
42. Kato Lubwama Baker (NUP)
43. Charles Mutyabule(NUP)
44. Hakim Sekamwa(NUP)
45. Kasese murder
46.Major Mohammed Kiggundu
47.. ASP Mohammed Kirumira
18. Cerinah
Nebanda,
19. Major
Jame Kazini
20.Major
general
Aronda
Nyakairima
48. Also Nowadays, many supporters of the people
power movement, are always murdered by police and the army
49. Yasini kawuuma,(His excellency Kyagulanyi’s
driver)
 

50. Victims of Luwero Triangle. The list is endless. But you can read more about Museveni’s atrocities in the compilation of the assassinations/ murders or killings Museveni has plotted and executed since the ’70s




Assistant Inspector of Police. Andrew Felix Kaweesi
ASP Mohammed Kirumira
Haji Brahim Muwanga Kibirige
Mp. Butaleja Cerinah Nebanda

The people you see in the pictures are not the only ones Museveni has killed. Remember that all the people who were killed in Luwero triangle in the 80s were killed by Museveni. The people who were killed in the Northern part of Uganda in the pretext of rebels; Alice Lakwena and Joseph Kony were killed by Museveni. The Kasese murder Ugandans will never forget was done at the instruction of devil Museveni. All Ugandans whom police and army forces have killed during presidential campaigns lost their lives because of Museveni. The people who have died in prisons and torture chambers whom their whereabouts up today is in words of puzzles have died prematurely because of Museveni.

Major James Kazini
Military Officer Ibrahim Abiriga
Die-hard NUP Supporter Ritah Nagukenya
Yasini Kawuuma. His Excellency Kyagulanyi’s driver.

Most of Museveni’s killings which were done in the 70s, 80s,90, 2000s up to today, will be found in the compilation talked about above. I got bemused when I came across that list and found it right and fitting to also share so that it can be published on NUP platform, in addition to the victims of the blood clot. This is done with the aim of keeping history and proof that can be based on to hold Museveni responsible for the countless atrocities he has committed in Uganda. My fellow brothers and sisters note that Museveni’s killing did not start yesterday. That is why he praises himself as the master of violence and for sure murdering people is his hobby.

Fellow Ugandans, evil reigns when good men and women are silent. Do not keep silent. Enough is enough. You have both; read and seen those pictures of people who would be still living and needed in the development of Uganda. Therefore, I am NOT wrong to emphatically say that Museveni should be arrested for crimes against humanity.

WRITTEN BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

Museveni’s Murders

MURDERS MUSEVENI HAS CARRIED OUT SINCE THE 1970’S UP TO DATE

My fellow Ugandans, especially those who are in the struggle and you mean what you are yearning for, kindly take time to read about the countless atrocities Museveni has plotted before and after becoming a president. Since we want to hold Museveni’s government accountable for the atrocities he and his fellow Rwandese have committed in our country, I have seen it right and fitting to compile a list of people Museveni has killed. All the killings and the atrocities which were committed in the 70s and also during Obote one, Amin, Obote two generally the insecurity which took a great tall of Ugandan citizens’ lives were being organized by Museveni himself and most of which was directly involved. The reason behind that was to make the then ruling governments so bad so that Ugandans could hate those governments which were in power. In doing so, the Rwandese man, Ugandan government helped as a refugee, his intention was to become the president of Uganda for life. That is why he has kept on murdering all those Museveni thinks that they are a threat to the chair. My brothers and sisters, I really don’t know whether you can figure out how many Ugandans devil Museveni has killed since he joined Ugandan politics. But the list below can give you just an insight into the murders Museveni has carried out in our country.

1. Brig. Perino Okoya, commander of Second Infantry Brigade 1970. Personally shot dead by GSU intelligence officer Museveni.

2. Nicholas Stroh, American journalist, 1971. Murdered by Lt. Silver Tibahika on Museveni’s orders, for investigating FRONASA’s murder of Acholi and Langi army officers.

3. Robert Siedle, Makerere University lecturer, 1971. Murdered by Lt. Silver Tibahika on Museveni’s orders, for investigating FRONASA’s murder of Acholi and Langi army officers.

4. James Bwogi, director of Uganda Television, 1971. Murdered by FRONASA agents to tarnish image of President Idi Amin.

5. Michael Kabali Kaggwa, president of Uganda Industrial Court, 1971. Murdered by FRONASA agents and burnt in his car, to turn Baganda against Amin.

6. Father Clement Kiggundu, Roman Catholic priest and former editor of Muuno newspaper, 1971. Dragged from the altar during Mass to turn Baganda and Catholics against Amin.

7. Raiti Omongin, the first leader of FRONASA, 1972. Personally shot in the mouth by the Museveni during a morning parade in Tabora, after the Ugandan ruler’s claim to FRONASA leadership was challenged.

8. Ali Picho Owiny, former GSU intelligence officer and colleague of the Ugandan ruler, 1972. Murdered during the attack on Mbarara by the Ugandan ruler because of his habit of humiliating the Ugandan ruler in the office. The murder was blamed on Amin’s soldiers.

9. Valerino Rwaheru, comrade in arms of the Ugandan ruler, 1972. Killed by the Ugandan ruler to eliminate the challenge to his leadership of FRONASA.

10. William a.k.a “Black” Mwesigwa, comrade in arms of the Ugandan ruler, 1972. Murdered during the invasion of Mbarara, to be blamed on Amin’s troops.

11. Basil Kiiza Bataringaya, former minister of Internal Affairs, 1972. Murdered by FRONASA agents and thrown into Rwizi river in Mbarara.

12. Erifazi Laki, county chief of Rwampara, 1972. Killed by FRONASA agents on Museveni’s orders, because as a former GSU intelligence officer Laki possibly knew of Museveni’s hand in murdering Brig. Okoya or was a threat to the Ugandan ruler’s ambitions. The private detective who in 2001 undertook to investigate Laki’s murder was poisoned on orders of the Ugandan ruler.(Museveni)

13. Patrick Ruhinda, lawyer, 1972. Murdered by FRONASA to turn against Amin.

14. Benedicto Kiwanuka, president general of DP and Chief Justice, 1972. Abducted from the High Court buildings and shot dead by FRONASA agents near Bombo Road, Wandegeya, to tarnish Amin’s image. The abduction car was driven by a Musoga FRONASA man, Capt. Kaganda.

15. Frank Kalimuzo, vice-chancellor of Makerere University, 1972. Murdered by FRONASA agents, to cause fear in Uganda’s civil service and academic circles. The story of Kalimuzo’s death given by Kintu Musoke had many inconsistencies.

16. John Kakonge, secretary-general of Uganda People’s Congress, 1972. Murdered to tarnish Amin’s image.

17. James Karuhanga, comrade in arms of the Ugandan ruler, 1973. Shot dead by the Museveni  and blamed on Amin’s troops.

 18. Hope Rwaheru, Museveni’s wife, a sister to Valeriano Rwaheru, 1973. Mother of Museveni’s son, Muhoozi Kainerugaba, reportedly strangled by Museveni in Dar es Salaam).

19. Lt. Col. Michael Ondoga, minister of Foreign Affairs, 1974. Kidnapped and murdered by FRONASA agents led by Kahinda Otafiire and body thrown into River Nile.

20. Martin Mwesiga, comrade in arms of the Ugandan ruler, 1974. Shot dead by Museveni after he witnessed the shooting of Omongin.

21. Edith Bataringaya, wife of Basil Bataringaya, 1975. Burnt alive by FRONASA agents in order to discredit Amin.

22. Theresa Nanziri Bukenya, warden of Africa girls’ Hall at Makerere University, 1976. Killed personally by Museveni, by slitting open her stomach when she was eight months pregnant, in order to create more hatred for Amin among Ugandans.

23. Jimmy Parma, photographer, Voice of Uganda, 1976. Murdered by FRONASA for taking photographs of the body of Israeli hostage Dora Bloch after the Entebbe raid.

24. Esther Chesire, Kenyan student at Makerere University, 1976. Kidnapped by State Research agents working for the Ugandan ruler’s FRONASA at Entebbe International Airport, in order to stir up hostility between Uganda and Kenya following the Israeli attack on Entebbe.

25. Sally Githere, Kenyan student at Makerere University, 1976. Kidnapped by State Research agents working for the Ugandan ruler’s FRONASA at Entebbe International Airport, in order to stir up hostility between Uganda and Kenya following the Israeli attack on Entebbe.

26. Lt. Col. Sarapio Kakuhikire, army officer, 1977. Abducted and killed by FRONASA agents outside main Kampala Post Office in order to discredit Amin.

27. Dr. Jack Barlow, dentist opponents at Mulago Hospital, 1979. Shot dead in Kampala. Barlow was one of several doctors and senior civil servants murdered on orders of Defence Minister the Ugandan ruler (Museveni) to create an atmosphere of lawlessness in Uganda and show that President Godfrey Binaisa had failed to govern Uganda. Killers said they had been sent for his life, not his money or property.

28. Dr. Stephen Obache, a doctor at Mulago hospital, 1979. Shot dead in Kampala. He was one of several doctors and senior civil servants murdered on orders of Defence Minister the Ugandan ruler (Museveni) to create an atmosphere of lawlessness in Uganda and show that President Godfrey Binaisa had failed to govern Uganda.

29. Dr. Joseph Kamulegeya, doctor for Kampala City Council, 1979. Shot dead in Kampala. He was one of several doctors and senior civil servants murdered on orders of Defence Minister the Ugandan ruler to create an atmosphere of lawlessness in Uganda and show that President Godfrey Binaisa had failed to govern Uganda.

30. Dr. Mitchell Bagenda, a doctor at Mulago Hospital, 1979. Shot dead in his home in Kampala. He was one of several doctors and senior civil servants murder

31. Lt. Colonel John Ruhinda, UNLA officer, 1979. Shot dead on Museveni’s, because Ruhinda was seen as a threat to Museveni’s ambitions. Museveni came to the home of George and Joyce Kihuguru at Makerere University a few minutes after Ruhinda’s shooting there, pretending to be a concerned mourner. Ruhinda had gone to the Kihuguru’s home to eat millet.

32. Boniface Kaija Katuramu, Kampala quantity surveyor, 1979. Shot dead at his Malcolm X Avenue home in Kampala as part of Museveni’s reign of terror to create the image of unstable Uganda after Amin.

33. James Matovu, cousin of Kabaka Ronald Mwenda Mutebi of Buganda, 1979. Shot dead at his home in Kampala. The Buganda prince was one of several prominent Ugandans murdered on Museveni’s orders to create an atmosphere of lawlessness in Uganda and show that President Godfrey Binaisa had failed to govern Uganda.

34. Bob Naenda Odong, newsreader, Uganda Television, 1980. Shot dead on orders of the Ugandan ruler as part of efforts to create the image of chaos in Kampala.

35. Edidian Luttamaguzi, peasant leader in Semuto, 1981. NRA legend has it that Luttamaguzi was hiding the Ugandan ruler in his house and government troops came to surround the place to Museveni. Museveni hid up in a tree and as the UNLA troops killed Luttamaguzi, Museveni perched in the tree watched helplessly. That was on June 9, 1981, and that is why the NRM marks that day as Hero’s Day because Luttamaguzi saved the Museveni’s life by refusing to tell the UNLA where he was. It is the NRA that killed Luttamaguzii in order to stiffen the hatred for Obote among the Luwero peasants. Museveni created this story of his narrow escape as one of the NRA legends. That day in 1981, Museveni was not in Uganda but in Nairobi signing a merged agreement between his Popular Resistance Army and Yusufu Lule’s Uganda Freedom Fighters.

36. Ahmed Seguya, the first commander of the NRA, 1981. Poisoned on Museveni’s orders.

37. Beatrice Kemigisha, Makerere University lecturer and NRM supporter, 1981. NRM officials used to visit Kemigisha at her flat at the university. Museveni passed on information to the UNLA that she was an NRA supporter and she was arrested. NRA men in the UNLA army raped and tortured her to death as part of Museveni’s plan to have Obote’s image tarnished.

38. Lt. Col. William Ndahendekire, army officer, 1982. Killed on Museveni’s orders after Ndahendekire refused to join Museveni’s NRA war.

39. Lt. Mule Muwanga, original NRA officer, 1982. Murdered during guerrilla war. Reasons unknown.

40. George Bamuturaki, UPC Member of Parliament, 1983. Shot dead at Kisimenti in Kampala because during 1980 election campaigns Bamuturaki had argued that the Museveni, a Rwandese, should not be president of Uganda.

41. Gideon Akankwasa, a lawyer with Hunter & Grieg law firm, 1983. Shot dead outside the gate of his home on Kyadondo Road in Nakasero, in Kampala.

42. Lt. Sam Magara, second commander of the NRA, 1983. Betrayed to the UNLA by the Museveni in order to eliminate the threat in the bush. One of the people captured during the siege on Katenta Apuuli’s house said Magara was sent to Kampala by Museveni and only the Ugandan ruler could have known where Magarawas staying while in Kampala.

43. Thompson Sabiti, civil servant and son of late Anglican Archbishop Eric Sabiiti, 1983. Clubbed to death near the Lake Victoria Hotel and the Ministry of Planning in Entebbe by Museveni’s NRA men. He (Museveni) blamed his death on the bodyguards of the vice president Paulo Muwanga. The Ugandan ruler wanted the Protestant Bahima community to turn in large numbers from Obote and become more loyal to the NRA. Sabiti was a good target.

44. Prof. Yusufu Kironde Lule, former head of state and chairman of National Resistance Movement, 1985. Murdered by slow-acting poison in London because of his popularity and threat to Museveni’s ambitions.

45. Enock Kabundu, Entebbe civil servant and the Ugandan ruler supporter, 1985. Kabundu was one of Museveni’s staunchest supporters and the Ugandan ruler used this against him. During the time of the Nairobi peace talks in December 1985, the Ugandan ruler ordered two sisters working as prostitutes and informers for the NRA, Margaret, and Anne Katanywa, to help get rid of Kabundu. Margaret and Anne Katanywa convinced a UNLA officer they were dating; Lt. Col. Obonyo that Kabundu was an NRA rebel. Obonyo had Kabundu taken to the Lutembe beach off the Kampala-Entebbe road where he was killed, his buttocks cut off in order to show that the Tito Okello regime was not sincere about peace talks. Two years before this, the Ugandan ruler had used the same tactic in killing a prominent Muhima in Entebbe, Thompson Sabiti.

46. Lt. Sam Katabarwa, NRA commander, 1986. Sent to mediate peace with UPC government, was arrested but was alive after Museveni took power in 1986 was killed on his orders. He was a popular officer seen as a threat to the Ugandan ruler’s power.

47. Capt. Robert Kagata Namiti, UNLA army officer, 1986. Murdered by a slow-acting poison injection by the NRA medical services on the Ugandan ruler’s orders because he knew details of who killed Sam Katabarwa.

48. Capt. Abbey Kalega Sserwada, former Uganda Freedom Movement commander, 1986. He was arrested and detained at Lubiri barracks, tortured, his ears were cut off and he was killed by senior NRA officers with Museveni’s approval.

49. Francis Gureme, NRA officer, son of a retired civil servant and writer F.D.R. Gureme, 1986. Killed in northern Uganda allegedly by rebels during a mission. The real reason was a setup, on orders of the Ugandan ruler(Museveni), after Gureme began asking too many questions about NRA atrocities in the north.

50. Major Peter Musana, former head of School of Logistics and Engineering, Jinja, 1987. Reasons unclear. He was killed by a slow-acting poison a few months after being released from prison. He might have known Capt. Namiti and how he died.

51. Andrew Lutakome Kayiira, cabinet minister and former leader of the Uganda Freedom Movement, 1987. Shot dead in Konge, Makindye, Kampala by a hit squad comprising Major Paul Kagame, James Kazini, Lt. Col. Kasirye Gwanga, Lt. Col. Moses Nyanzi (a.k.a “Drago”) and ESO assassin Humphrey Babukika. In the 1980s bush wars, Kayiira’s UFM was always the better equipped force than Museveni’s NRA and Museveni felt Kayiira was his main rival for power. The Scotland Yard report on Kayira’s death is reported to have mentioned Major Paul Kagame or Brig. Jim Muhwezi as the architect of the assassination.

52. Lance Sera Muwanga, housed the Ugandan ruler’s family in exile in Sweden and human rights activist, 1988. Killed by slow-acting poison for his vocal views on the Ugandan ruler’s atrocities in northern Uganda and his elimination of his political. Muwanga and the BBC correspondent Henry Gombya in a joint 1986 work wrote that the “Black Bombers” hit squad of the NRA led by Patrick Lumumba, Paul Kagame, Matayo Kyaligonza, Pecos Kutesa, Hannington Mugabi, Jero Bwende, and others were the ones carrying out the massacres of civilians in the Luwero Triangle in order to blame them on the Obote regime.

53. Robert Ekinu, deputy secretary of the Treasury, 1988. He was shot on orders of the Ugandan ruler (Museveni) on a peace mission with other Teso ministers like Stanislaus Okurut, the killing blamed on the Teso rebels, so as to paint the Teso rebels in a bad light and justify the Ugandan ruler’s aggressive military offensive there. The Ugandan ruler pretended to be hurt by Ekinu’s death by giving Ekinu’s widow a job in the Bank of Uganda and giving the bereaved family the government house they occupied in Entebbe.

54. Henry Mugisa, DP stalwart, member of National Resistance Council and Managing Director of Consolidated Properties, the government parastatal, 1989. Shot dead at his Kololo, Kampala home on orders of the Ugandan ruler because he knew about Museveni’s hand in stealing government companies under the guise of privatization. The Ugandan ruler gave away his guilt by having Mugisa’s body flown to his burial in Bunyoro and a high-powered government delegation attending the funeral.

55. Major General Fred Rwigyema, first commander of Rwandan Patriotic Army and former minister of state for defence, 1990. Shot by Major Peter Baingana and Major Chris Bunyenyezi on orders of Museveni. Rwigyema had been telling his wife Jeanette that his life was in danger in Uganda, that’s why he decided to defect to Rwanda before Museveni could assassinate him.

56. Major Peter Baingana, Rwandan Patriotic Army commander, 1990. Shot dead at a farm inside Uganda by Major General Salim Saleh on orders of the Ugandan ruler, to cover up the Ugandan ruler’s assassination of Fred Rwigyema.

57. Major Chris Bunyenyezi, Rwandan Patriotic Army commander, 1990. Shot dead at a farm inside Uganda by Major General Salim Saleh on orders of Museveni, to cover up the Ugandan ruler’s assassination of Fred Rwigyema.

58. Chris Mboijana, General Manager of Uganda Airlines, 1990. Poisoned in London after Museveni stole money intended by management to buy four new Airbus planes for Uganda Airlines. Museveni knew that the trail of the theft would lead to him and he had to get rid of Mboijana who was once one of his staunchest supporters.

59. Paulo Muwanga, former vice president and chairman of the Military Commission, 1991. Injected with slow-acting poison in Luzira prison because he knew details of Museveni’s orchestrated genocide in Luwero Triangle.

60. John Begumisa, Commercial manager of Uganda Airlines, 1992. Shot dead at his home in Entebbe, after Museveni stole the money intended to buy four new Airbus planes for Uganda Airlines. NRA killers dressed up as doctors were brought to Grade A Hospital in Entebbe to make sure the wounded Begumisa did not survive the gunshot wounds.

61. Edward Mugalu, Kampala businessman and Democratic Party supporter, 1992. Shot dead near Lugogo, Kampala, on orders of Museveni, as part of his plan to eliminate DP figures close to Andrew Kayiira. Mugalu was also a strong Buganda monarchist and influential businessman.

62. Prof. Dan Mudoola, Makerere University lecturer and vice chairman of the Constitutional Review Commission., 1993. He was killed in a grenade attack in Wandegeya in order to frustrate the progress of the constitution-making process.

63. Dr Francis Kidubuka, Makerere University lecturer, 1993. Killed by a grenade while having a drink outside the Paris Hotel in Wandegeya with Mudoola.

64. Amon Bazira, former UPC deputy minister, 1993. Bazira was shot dead in Nakuru, Kenya by ESO assassin Humphrey Babukika, in a plot hatched by Museveni.

65. President Melchior Ndadaye, head of state of Burundi, 1993. Assassins of Ndadaye were given shelter in Uganda and after the mission was accomplished, were housed at state expense in the Kampala Sheraton Hotel.

66. President Juvenal Habyarimana, head of state of Rwanda, 1994. Killed in missile attack on his plane, ordered by Museveni. Habyarimana had approached ISO director general Brig. Jim Muhwezi with money and surface-to-air missiles to shoot down Museveni’s plane. Museveni gave Muhwezi the money and decided to hit Habyarimana with his own medicine. The assassins were trained near Lake Nabugabo in Masaka and the missiles were driven into Rwanda by RFA officer James Kabareebe.

67. President Cyprien Ntaryamira, head of state of Burundi, 1994. Killed in Habyarimana’s plane.

68.Benjamin Matogo, Uganda’s High Commissioner to Tanzania, 1994. Matogo had gained sensitive information that Museveni masterminded the genocide against the Tutsi of Rwanda even before Habyarimana was assassinated. Ugandan intelligence intercepted his communication in which they knew he knew of Museveni’s role in both the assassination of Habyarimana and Ntarymira and the Ugandan death squads Museveni got to dress up as Hutu extremists that would kill Tutsis at random as he had done in Luwero Triangle. Matogo was killed using a slow-acting poison.

69. Hussein Musa Njuki, journalist and editor of Assalaam and former editor of Shariat newsletters, 1995. Killed by agents of Military Intelligence using a poison that induces sudden heart attacks and he was taken to a Kampala police station to die. Njuki had become a strong critic of Museveni’s regime. Museveni used Njuki and Ahmed Seguya as FRONASA men to distribute disinformation in Uganda in the Amin era.

70. Lt. Col. Ladislaw Serwanga Lwanga, former NRA chief political commissar, 1996. Killed by slow-acting poison although he was also HIV-positive because he was seen as a threat poised by vocal Baganda officers.

71. Lt. Michael Shalita, Intelligence officer with the Internal Security Organization, 1997. Shot in Kamwokya on orders of the Ugandan ruler. Shalita was investigating cases of massive corruption involving top government parastatals like the Uganda Revenue Authority and the Uganda Posts & Telecommunications Corporation in which the Museveni’s family had an interest.

72. Brig. Fred Kamwesiga, 1997, Invited to State House dinner with Museveni and contagious poison put in his plate, for opposing parliamentary candidature of Augustine Ruzindana and calling Ruzindana a Rwandese unfit to run for MP in Uganda.

73. Joanne Cotton, one of eight western tourists, killed in Bwindi national park, 1999. The murders were planned personally Museveni in order to scare the West and justify Uganda’s invasion of Congo on the excuse of pursuing the ADF rebels and Rwandan Interahamwe who were accused of committing the crime. At a press conference in Kampala after the killings, Museveni pretended to be very hurt by the tourists’ deaths and took charge of the hunt for the killers.

74. Steve Roberts, one of eight western tourists, killed in Bwindi national park, 1999.

75. Mark Lindgren, one of eight western tourists, killed in Bwindi national park, 1999.

76. Martin Friend, one of eight western tourists, killed in Bwindi national park, 1999.

77. Gary Tappenden, one of eight western tourists, killed in Bwindi national park, 1999.

78. Rob Haubner, one of eight western tourists, killed in Bwindi national park, 1999.

79. Susan Miller, one of eight western tourists, killed in Bwindi national park, 1999.

80. Lt. Col. Jet Mwebaze, UPDF officer, 1999. Shot in the forehead in Congo on orders of Salim Saleh with Museveni’s approval, for questioning why Saleh and Museveni’s son Muhoozi Kainerugaba were exporting beef to Congo and looting minerals, instead of looking out for Uganda’s security interests. The government claimed it was an accident but there was an unexplained gunshot wound on his forehead. His body was returned in a sealed coffin and his family was not allowed to view his body. His brother, General James Kazini, is still convinced that there was foul play in Mwebaze’s death.

81. Anthony Ssekweyama, DP stalwart and human rights activist, 1999. Murdered and a fake car accident staged to cover up, on orders of the Ugandan ruler after he catalogued Museveni’s murder of high profile Ugandans and the NRA’s atrocities in northern Uganda. Fortunately, forensic evidence of Ssekweyama’s murder was smuggled out of Uganda.

82. Charles Owor, national electoral commissioner, 2000. He was shot dead in Kenya by ESO agents and an accident faked after he protested vigorously at the massive rigging that robbed DP presidential candidate in the 1996 election. The owner had sensitive and damning evidence of how Museveni rigged the 1996 election.

83. Henry Kayondo, lawyer and DP diehard, 2000. He was poisoned by the same East Bloc KGB poison used to kill Brig. Kamwesiga, which induces sudden heart failure and makes people believe it was a genuine heart attack. Kayondo was a consistent critic of the NRM’s anti-democratic tendencies and the Ugandan ruler ordered him silenced.

84. Mukono, Uganda Posts & Telecommunications employee, 2000. Mr. Mukono was gunned down at his home in Namungoona the day before he was supposed to testify at a commission probe into shady activities in the company. The killers, sent by Museveni, left with Mukono’s briefcase where he had put files and official documents of evidence.

85. President Laurent Desire Kabila, head of state of the Democratic Republic of Congo, 2001. Shot dead by a bodyguard of Col. Kahinda Otafiire. An ESO intelligence officer confirmed to Reuter’s agency that Kabila was dead when the rest of the world was still guessing.

86. Spencer Turomwe, opposition mobilizer and husband to Betty Olive Kamya, 2001. Although he was HIV-positive and was killed by Military Intelligence agents dressed up as doctors using a slow-acting poison injection because of his influence as a mobilizer and vocal NRM government critic. The government said they hoped his widow Betty Kamya would be intimidated by their murder of Turomwe but instead, she became bolder as an FDC envoy.

87.Agnes Katama, managing director of SWIPCO procurement company, 2002. She was murdered and her death was blamed on a staged car accident on the Kampala-Fort Portal road because she was beginning to question too much the huge corrupt deals involving the First Family in government procurements

88. Brig. Gad Wilson Toko, former minister of Defence, 2002 Murdered in a fake accident. Toko during a session of the peace talks in Nairobi had walked across the table and slapped the Ugandan ruler, shouting angrily why Museveni a Rwandese was determined to fight “your wars in our country.” Museveni never forgave him for that public slap.

89. Christine Kania, a member of the Constitutional Review Commission, 2002. She was killed on the same day as Brig. Toko

90. Deus Mugizi, former Uganda Airlines manager, 2002. Gunmen came to his home in Bunga outside Kampala and as his mother pleaded for her son’s life, they said they had not come for the property but for his life. Mugizi had protested many times at the sale of Uganda Airlines’ routes to the new East African Airlines which is owned in part by the Ugandan ruler family. He also knew about the four Airbus planes that Uganda Airlines was supposed to have bought but Museveni siphoned off the money.

91. Jonah Mulindwa, a cameraman with Presidential Press Unit, 2003. He was an eyewitness to some dirty dealings that Museveni was conducting in State House. Museveni has a secret room in the State House which only he opens, where he keeps a statue of himself surrounded by bones, skulls, and witchcraft items. One day, Museveni’s wife opened the room, saw the skulls and bones and almost fainted.

92. Francis Ayume, Solicitor General and Attorney General, 2004. Shot dead by Anthony Butele and them accident faked. The family was discouraged from viewing Ayume’s body. Ayume had been a strong critic of the Third Term project and was viewed as presidential material.

93. Robinah Kiyingi, Kampala lawyer and country director of Transparency International, 2005. Shot dead outside her home just outside Kampala. She had gathered damning data on her laptop computer on the massive corruption personally sanctioned by the Ugandan ruler for his family. Transparency International had estimated the Museveni’s worth was at $4billion. The Ugandan ruler gave away his hand in Kiyingi’s murder by saying he had a great interest in following how the case and trial were going.

94. John Garang Demabior, First Vice President of Sudan and chairman of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, 2005. Killed aboard the Ugandan ruler’s helicopter. Garang had come to Uganda to demand back a huge cache of arms belonging to the SPLA which the Ugandan ruler had stolen and could not account for. The altimeter on the helicopter was tampered with in order to endanger the craft and the SPLA using global positioning systems established that the helicopter came down inside Uganda and not Sudan as Kampala claimed.

95. Sgt. John Atwine, alleged killer of Robinah Kiyingi, 2005. Poisoned in Luzira prison to cover up evidence of his framing and Museveni’s role in the murder of Robinah Kiyingi.

96. Kevin Aliro, Managing Editor, Weekly Observer, 2005. Museveni’s main methods of dealing with his opponents since the 1990s has been to hit them when they are HIV-positive and in that way few people see the cause of death as foul play. He did this with Spencer Turomwe and Kevin Aliro, one of the courageous critics of the government. Patriotic sources in intelligence who are disgusted with the Museveni’s handling of the country passed this information on to the Opposition that Aliro was actually killed using the poison spray.

97. Brigadier Noble Mayombo

101. ALFRED BONGOMIN: On February 12, 2002, politician Alfred Bongomin, who was the LC III chairman for Pabbo sub-county in Gulu district and a Movement stalwart, was gunned down in Gulu town.

98. ERIA BUGEMBE (KASIWUKIRA) the October 12, 2016 judgment by Justice Wilson Masalu Musene brought relief and joy for Sarah Nabikolo, the widow, who was acquitted of murdering her husband Eria Bugembe Ssebunya aka Kasiwukira in 2014.

99. JOHN AHIMBISIBWE: After spending a year in Luzira prison, Ivan Kamyuka, who is being accused of murdering John alias Ahimbisibwe, was granted bail by the High court on October 28, 2016.

100. DONAH BETTY KATUSABE: Nine people are supposed to face trial in the High court for their role in the brutal murder of business lady Donah Betty Katusabe in 2015. The highest-profile of them is Aaron Baguma, the former Kampala Central police station commander, and Muhammed Ssebuwufu, the owner of Pine car bond, where Katusabe was allegedly murdered from. Others are Godfrey Kayiza, Philip Mirambe, Stephen Lwanga, Paul Tasingika, Yoweri Kitayimba, Shaban Otuddu, and Damaseni Ssentongo.

101. SHEIKH ABDUL KADHIR MUWAYA: On December 25, 2014, as the rest of Ugandans were enjoying Christmas day, the leader of the  Shiite Muslim sect in Uganda, Sheikh Abdul Kadhir Muwaya, met his death.

102. CERINAH NEBANDA: By the time she died mysteriously on December 14, 2012, Cerinah Nebanda, 24, was one and a half years into her first term as Woman MP for Butaleja district.

103. Fred Rubereza Nkuranga

104. 23 young women in Nansana and Wakiso

105. Maria Nagirinya

106. Ronald Kitayimbwa Driver to Nagirinya

107. Assistant Inspector General of Police Felix Kaweesi

108. Chief Inspector of Police Muhammed Kirumira

109. MP for Arua Municipality Col (Rtd) Ibrahim Abiriga

110. Former Assistant Prosecutor Joan Kagezi Namazzi

111. Major Mohamed Kiggundu,

112. Several Muslim Sheikhs

113. 23 young women in Nansana and Wakiso

114. Yasin Kawuma (Bobi Wine’s Driver)

115. Maria Nagirinya

116.Ritah Nabukenya

117. Catholic church Archbishop Cyprian kizito Lwanga

118.Orthodox church Archbishop Jonah Lwanga

119. Doctor Anas Kaliisa

120.Bishop kaggwa of Masaka diocese

121. Major Kasirye Kangwa

122. Major Suleiman Kiggundu,

123.General Aronda Nyakayirima.

124. Major general Paul Lokech

125- Brahim Muwanga Kibirige

126- Suzan Magara,

127- Peter Kibirango

128- Adam Mulongo

229- Over 80 youth both at Lugogo and Kabalagala, who perished in the 2010 World Cup final bomb saga

200- Students of Buddo Junior School, who vanished in the fire that destroyed their school.

201- The many Women in Wakiso who were killed by pang wielded men.

202- People in Lwengo who were killed by organized criminals aided by the police 

203- Also Nowadays, many supporters of the people power movement, are always murdered by police and the army

204- Kasese murder

COMPILED BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

MUSEVENI MUST STOP EXPORTING UGANDANS FOR SLAVERY IN THE MIDDLE EAST


My fellow Ugandan brothers and sisters, when one reads history about Museveni, it depicts that he is not a person. He is a devil, a manipulator who has kept Ugandans in poverty with the intention of ruling Ugandans for life. I have therefore decided to write this article after seeing the above advertisement that House Keepers are urgently needed in Saudi Arabia and Dubai. My mind is swimming in a sea of thoughts and I have a plethora of questions which of course Museveni’s government cannot answer. Does the Ugandan government award degrees to the youth to go to Arab countries to work as Housekeepers? Hasn’t the government ever heard that many Ugandan youths who go to Arab countries have not been treated like human beings? A number of them have been maltreated, raped, not paid the exact amount of money which is agreed on in their contracts, and also countless Ugandan youth have lost their lives or are intentionally killed to take out their body organs for sale. The government is aware of what is happening to Ugandans in the middle east but the fact that we are being ruled by Rwandese they do not mind about the conditions of Ugandans not only in Uganda but also outside Uganda.

How can a nation rely on human slavery? Without any shame, Museveni’s useless government is proud of the mess they have done in Uganda hence keeps on advertising for such degrading jobs in the middle east yet Ugandan youths qualify to work in very important offices rather than babysitting a job that can be done by any school dropout. What even surprising is that the current devilish Rwandese government in Uganda is fond of spreading wrong information that Ugandans will be offered free return flights, insurance, and all other benefits but when our youth go to the Middle East, they face hell and even if they want to come back they can’t because their passports are taken away from them, leading innocent young ladies and gentlemen into real slavery. What a shame for Lutabasirwa Tibuhaburwa’s government. Why did that Rwandese come to Uganda to make Ugandans suffer as if we don’t have a country? We need to unite and get rid of them.

Fellow Ugandans we are in a moment in history when so much is possible if we are determined to liberate our country. Now is the time to push forward on the progressive desires into actions that will create a Uganda that works for all of us. We have to embark on serious transformative policies and actions that include rebuilding Uganda’s economy and restructuring it to be more fair and equitable something that will stop our Ugandan youth from going for slavery in the Middle East. We also have an obligation of protecting Ugandan democracy; dismantling Museveni’s Rwandese supremacy that he has created for all the years he has ruled Uganda, rejuvenating our education system, health, transportation which is a death trap for people in Uganda, the list is endless. Doing all the mentioned elements will help us have a lovely Uganda in the future and hence, leaving a lasting legacy for the future Ugandan generations that will never ever admire to leave for neither the Middle East nor any other part of the world to suffer from there. Ugandan youths have become exports to the Arab world because there are no jobs in Uganda. Generally, the whole country is in a total mess because we are being ruled by uncultured pigs that do not have any plans for our country.

It sucks and really hurts that innocent Ugandan youth are taken out of their country after graduating from different institutions, to be sold like commodities. It is heartbreaking that those Innocent Ugandans who are ready to venture into the world are tortured, raped, done all inexplicable and innumerable terrifying unwanted things when they are in the middle East. It goes without saying that, our fellow Ugandan brothers and sisters are at their wits’ end in Saudi Arabia whereas the Rwandese who sell them based on the intention of reducing Uganda’s population are jubilating. Dear Ugandans, please stop taking your sons and daughters to the Arab world because those jobs in the Arab countries are in form of slavery with low pay and no security. The jobs demand 24/7 availability but don’t guarantee benefits like; health care and paid sick leave, and are often unsafe. It is worse to hear that in most cases it is not a guarantee for your child to return. You will even be so chanced to bury your child’s body if at all he/she is brought back home.

My compatriots, Museveni’s government is really bad. The reason why our youths are sold or exported to the Arab countries is; Uganda doesn’t have enough government companies and parastatal bodies to employ the youths who have become a problem since the youths are the majority in the country. It is good to note by the way that, Uganda had enough parastatals which used to employ a big number of Ugandan youths. But in 1991, the government embarked on a large-scale of selling off previously state-owned parastatals claiming that Ugandans were not educated and that didn’t have the skills and expertise of running them thus, were sold by the current mafia government. However, it turned out, that the new buyers were not any better because our national assets fell in the hands of hungry wolves, who bought the previously owned national assets, in disguise of foreign investors. My questions to the Rwandese man Museveni are; 1-Can devil Museveni clarify to the people of Uganda the type of buyers who bought those government-owned properties to make them even worse than before? 2-How those parastatals were sold? 3- What was done with the money got from all those assets? It is lamentable to see that, having sold all government-owned parastatal bodies Uganda, still is not a productive country. Most of the goods we consume are either imported from China or other countries. At this juncture, I want to make it clear to all Ugandans that, Museveni’s selling off all the parastatals was done with the purpose of making Ugandans poor so that he can be able to rule us for life since it is not a piece of cake to rule people who have money. The list of the parastatals which were sold is really long. Below are some of them.

1.Uganda Airlines 47.Uganda Securiko Ltd
2.Nile Breweries Ltd 48.Agricultural Enterprises Ltd
3.Uganda Spinning Mills 49.Uganda Tea Corporation Ltd
4.East African Distilleries 50.TUMPECO
5.Uganda American Insurance 51.Lake Victoria Bottling Co. Ltd
6.Shell (U) Ltd 52.Blenders (U) Ltd
7.White Horse Inn 53.Hotel Margherita
8.Mt. Moroto Hotel 54.Rock Hotel
9.Uganda Cement Ind. -Hima 55.Lira Hotel
10.Soroti Hotel 56.Hilltop Hotel
11.Uganda Fisheries Enterprises 57.Mt. Elgon Hotel
12.White Rhino Hotel 58.Uganda Leather and Tanning
13.Uganda Meat Packers Ltd 59.Lake Victoria Hotel Ltd
14.Lake Victoria Hotel Ltd 60.Uganda Hardwares Ltd
15.Winits (U) Ltd 61.Mweya Safari Lodge
16.Uganda Cement Ind.- Tororo 62.Uganda Motors Ltd
17.Kampala Auto Centre 63.Dairy Corporation
18.Kinyara Sugar 64.Uganda Railways Corp
19.National Housing 65.New Vision
20.Nile Hotel International Ltd 66.Uganda Electricity Generation Co
21.Uganda Electricity Distribution 67.DFCU
22.Foods & Beverages Ltd 68.Uganda Grain Milling
23.Total (U) Ltd 69.African Textile Mills
24.Fresh Foods Ltd 70.Uganda Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
25.Uganda Hire Purchase Co. 71.Republic Motors 100 100
26.NYTIL 72.African Ceramics Co.
27.Motorcraft and Sales Ltd. 73.Stanbic Bank (U) Ltd.
28.Kibimba Rice Co. Ltd. 74.Agip (U) Ltd
29.Associated Match company 75.Transocean 1998 (U) Ltd
30.Comrade Cycles (U) Ltd. 76.Uganda Meat Packers Ltd
  31.Uganda Crane Estates Ltd.   77.Uganda Ind. Machinery Ltd.
32.Barclays Bank of Uganda Ltd 33.Bank of Baroda 78.Apollo Hotel Corporation Ltd. 79.BAT Uganda
34.Lango Dev. Co. 80.PAPCO Industries Ltd.
35.Second National Operator 81.Entebbe Handling Services
36.BAT Uganda 82.NEC Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
37.Kakira Sugar Works 83.Masindi Hotel
38.Steel Corporation of EA 84.Uganda Garment Industries
39.Central Purchasing Company 85.Uganda Telecom Ltd
40.Uganda Clays Ltd. 86.Uganda Commercial Bank
41.Uganda Commercial Bank 87.Rwenzori Highland Tea Co
42.Uganda Transport Corporation (U.T.C), 88.Barclays Banks Uganda Limited,
43.British American Tobacco (B.T.A), 89.Post office Uganda,
44.Uganda Telecommunications, 90.Uganda Commercial Bank( UCB)
45.National Insurance Corporation 91.Uganda Railway
46.Agriculture Enterprises The list is endless.

In conclusion, Museveni’s government sold all Ugandan parastatal bodies in order to rule poor Ugandans. That is why his rotten administration has curtailed all private business activities. Unfortunately, this has resulted in Uganda’s economy being monopolized by the NRM party in power and Museveni’s close military Rwandese plus his henchmen. People who live in the diasporas, much as you hold passports of other different countries, I strongly urge you, to find means and ways of stopping Museveni’s bad governance because you are also Ugandans who contribute to the well-being of our relatives back home in particular and Uganda in general.

WRITTEN BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

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MUSEVENI, STOP ABDUCTING, TORTURING AS WELL AS KILLING UGANDANS.

Fellow Ugandans, I wish to vividly let you know that we are all victims and prey to Museveni’s blood-stained regime. What does that require us to do then? It requires us to fight really hard wherever we are to get rid of Museveni. It is no longer a secret. We are all entangled in circles of Museveni’s strong spy networks everywhere we live. It will be good if we do not even give a chance to Museveni to complete the term of office which he doesn’t merit to have because he just rigged the elections. We have to know that fighting for freedom requires fearless resistance. That is exactly what people like Bobi wine are showing us today and it is our obligation as citizens of the same country to give them a hand. Let us not forget that freedom is victory over fear. We shall all be victorious if we put fear aside of course putting into consideration Nelson Mandela’s words that “Courage is NOT the absence of fear but it is a triumph over it” Having said that, I am therefore of the view that, it is our obligation to make Uganda a free country in which our voices are heard. No one will do it for us.

Brothers and sisters let us be sincere to ourselves. A number of us are out of the country but we can’t tell exactly our country mates what we either go through or we went through when requesting documents or seeking asylum. In fact, the mental or psychological torture people go through should have been a driving force to make us fight for our democracy. I am sure that most of you Ugandans where you live in the diaspora go/ went through what we call tough moments to settle where you are, unfortunately, that makes you feel comfortable not even bothering at all to be part and parcel of the fighters for democracy in your own country. However, it will be very unfair if I don’t thank all those people who live in the diaspora and have genuinely participated wholeheartedly in the struggle. But also, I wish to remind all those who have not done anything in the struggle that, East or West home is best. Why don’t we really cherish where we come from? Who do you think is going to fight for you to make things better in Uganda? Why don’t we come together as Ugandans to get Museveni out of power? A useless president, a foreigner who has been in power for more than 35 years! Do you think that Museveni still has any vision for our country?

We are out of our country because of a Vampire which is in his doddery stage, a creature that does no longer have any vision for Uganda. It is really sad to be in between a rock and a hard place and yet the only solution is to come together and push Museveni out of the country as he did to his predecessors.  Museveni’s rigging of the elections plunged Uganda into darkness again. Uganda would have been the best country to live in if we were not being ruled by a foreigner Museveni who has never had any vision for our country.  We have to assert our identity as Ugandans by getting rid of Museveni who is not part of us. That is why I do emphasize the point that it is a good idea to come together to fight and also protect our democracy. All that Museveni has done in our country justifies the fact that he should not hold any office of honor or trust in our country because he himself is a criminal and above all, he is not a Ugandan. That is a fact and it is now known by many Ugandans. I want to remind all freedom fighters that we shall have to go through ups and downs and also face countless intimidations in the struggle of liberating Uganda. Bear it in mind my compatriots that it is our obligation as citizens of Uganda to act as symbols of change and if we are hopeful and persistent, we shall indeed make Uganda a better country the way we want it to be.

A government that cares about its citizens ensures protection peace and prosperity. Such a government also guarantees human rights, which is the component of freedom of speech and free movement. Its citizens must be free from any form of torture or any sort of degrading treatment. But it is really heartbreaking to see in Uganda rampant kidnappings, torture as well as killing journalists everywhere in the country. The fact is Museveni is doing that in order to instill fear in Ugandans because he knows that he is not the president-elect. Ugandans elected Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu (Bobi wine) Let us not forget however that, a lot of people were killed during presidential campaigns. Those innocent Ugandans died because of Museveni’s greed for power. And now he is the same man who is kidnapping, torturing, and also killing the same Ugandans to add pain to the already wounded Ugandan hearts. It really hurts to have again a bloodstained failed administration which just rigged the elections. I want to tell Ugandans that leaving Uganda and keep silent, will not be a solution to Uganda’s problems. You have to be active by fighting for our democracy and rule of law because even in those democratic countries where you live, their citizens did shed their blood to enjoy the freedom you also enjoy.

My humble request fellow citizen is to have a connective effort to see that we work together as Ugandans to get back our country from a few Rwandese who are ruling us. For me, I opine that having Museveni again as a president is an irremovable stain in our country’s history because that old man, a child of many lies and false promises has for long pushed and placed our country to the ruins. Dictatorship hurts democratic ideas. Museveni being a dictator is perpetually putting Uganda and her citizens into the deepest and darkest hole of the undemocratic system. Uganda is in a dark and regrettable moment because Museveni is no longer worthy to lead our country. He is well-known for a very long bad history of torturing and killing his opponents and also not respecting the rule of law. It is on record that for all the years Museveni has ruled our country he has totally failed to enshrine the press and its freedom in the Ugandan constitution. How do you expect him to do it when he is in his doddery stage?

Ugandans, let us continue taking Museveni as our number one enemy because he doesn’t want anything good for our country. I can assure you that Uganda is going to be stagnant in each and every sector and also a number of Ugandans are going to continue dying day and night. That is why we are witnessing rampant kidnappings and countless deaths. Fellow Ugandans, time and tide wait for no man. The more Museveni clings himself onto power when we are looking on without being part of the struggle to remove him from power, the more our country will continue to be in a such regrettable political mess. I know on one hand that Ugandans at home and abroad are still in shock because of Museveni’s victory. But on the other hand, Museveni’s henchmen and his other political goons are highly jubilating his victory that they are ready to continue ruining our motherland.  But let us not keep on crying for spilled milk. Something has to be done in any way possible or else Uganda will be in a devastating situation than before. Let us work in solidarity under the umbrella of having a cooperative approach to end Museveni’s domination of our democracy. Let us have a positive energy that will enable us to end autocratic rule. When shall we put in order the mess caused by Museveni’s government? Shall we even be in a position to do so if we isolate ourselves from the problem?

In conclusion, it is neither correct nor acceptable for Museveni to undermine Uganda’s democracy. We need unity in our country because Museveni has divided us a lot. And that is why Ugandans are suffering; psychologically, physically, economically, democratically, sociallyBut when will that situation end? The answer is, it is to unite as Ugandans and find a solution of stopping deplorable situations in our country

WRITTEN BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

MUSEVENI! FREE LUMBUYE FRED KAJJUBI! HE IS NOT A CRIMINAL

Fellow Ugandans you are aware of the fact that Fred Lumbuye Kajjubi a Ugandan political activist who lives in Turkey was kidnapped in Istanbul on the 3rd August 2021 at night by the Operative of dictator Museveni. It is alleged that Ambassador Mubiru Stephen, Richard Muhangi, (Allias Mc Richies), Andaman, Mohamed Nsereko, Baligye, and Museveni’s family which does not even merit to be the first family had an upper hand in Lumbuye’s kidnap and up to now, no one knows his whereabouts. Fred Lumbuye’s life is in danger but the Ugandan Embassy will not be helpful at all to come to his rescue since they were also involved in his kidnap. The truth is Fred is in the hands of unlawful evil killers who control innocent voiceless oppressed Ugandans. Imagine what is happening to him now! Actually, Fred has done his best in his capacity to expose the Rwandese mafias to the entire world. I can emphatically say that, had it not been for our lovely brother Fred and other freedom fighters, to educate Ugandans how Museveni’s system works, we would have been still in a living-dead state of the unknown.

Ugandans who LIVE in the diaspora I wish to remind you that you have a great role to play to end dictator Museveni’s regime. I therefore earnestly beg you to be a pillar in fighting for our brother the freedom fighter Fred Lumbuye to be set free. I want to assure you that if Fred is free, all of us shall be free. So, if we do not fight tooth and nail to see that Lumbuye is free will result in Ugandans not being safe wherever we are. Do not be in your comfort zones and ignore Lumbuye’s situation because what has happened to Lumbuye, will happen to any Ugandans who live in the diaspora. Lumbuye should not be extradited to Uganda because he never committed any offense but he is instead a political activist who wants to live in a free democratic Uganda. In line with the above, I wish to emphasize the point that, we Indigenous Ugandans have to wake up and claim for our country as Fred Lumbuye does since we are the first stakeholders in decision making as well as formulation of our structure to move forward

Museveni wants to kill Lumbuye Fred. By the way, what you should know is, that devil did NOT start killing yesterday. That non-Ugandan is as dangerous as a green snake in green grass. He has killed many innocent Ugandans especially those who want change in our country. That is even why I arguably say that Museveni and his group do not deserve an ounce of power in Uganda, and we need to do everything we can to make sure they get out of our country. It is so sad to see that we have a shithole in the chair of our country that is planning for the future of Uganda. Anyway, Ugandans let us not bow to intimidation and the fear Museveni is putting in Ugandans day and night. Unity is the greatest weapon we can use to overthrow dictator Museveni. Let us not ignore the fact that everyone is important according to their own unique purpose in the struggle to cease Museveni’s dictatorial government. Having Museveni as a president after ruling for 35 years, my brothers and sisters that period he has stayed in power is not a sign of progress. It is rather a sign of grotesque inequality that paves the way to continue working with his cronies to deny Ugandans our democracy as it is in the case of kidnapping our brother Lumbuye Fred. My compatriots, it is of utmost urgency, to continue fighting wherever we are, in any form possible because it is our mandate as Ugandans to fight for the future of our country. If we do not do so, Museveni will continue pursuing his interest ruthlessly and for sure he will hunt all the people opposing him in the diaspora.

It’s frustrating to see that the NRM Party has become nothing but a deranged cult of the Rwandese Man Museveni. All his used idiots and party supporters don’t believe that Museveni has ruined Uganda and that he has never respected the rule of law. Ugandans are facing terrifying and devastating moments because we are being ruled by a non-Ugandan who does not care for our country. When people like Lumbuye Fred and other political activists who have Uganda at heart come out to elaborate on that fact it is considered a crime.  The situation in our country is in form of “life or death”, with millions of Ugandans facing a food crisis, lack of clean water, medicine, insecurity, jobless, generally living through repeated trauma because of the foreigners from Rwanda who are ruling our country. What really hurts is that these Rwandese came from their country, (Rwanda) as refugees with absolutely nothing. But the way Uganda looks now shows that they intended to make our Nation a family business from which they get money to repatriate the profits to Rwanda to develop their country of origin. These are the very issues our brother Fred Lumbuye has been talking about.

It is as clear as crystal that death has no timetable and also that everyone is a potential candidate to death. However, it does not mean that Museveni has the right to kill every Ugandan he does not want to work with or every Ugandan who refuses to accept his stupid outdated useless ideas and policies. It should be known that Fred Lumbuye was contacted on several occasions to be given money so that he could keep silent. But because of love for his country, he refused to rub shoulders with the rotten expired Museveni’s government. My country mates, Museveni is so scared to leave power. That is why he is killing, kidnapping, and also buying Ugandans who do not have their country at heart to help Museveni pursue his ideologies, which are based on his games of divide and rule, exploiting Uganda’s economy and resources for Rwandese development where he originates from

Museveni is incredibly a very narrow-minded creature. He talks about the future basing on his perpetual lies and when he is asked about the present he always avoids such questions but instead he goes into the past to refer to Amin and Obote yet he, himself was the problem to those governments because all the killings and the atrocities which were committed when both; Amin and Obote were ruling, were committed by Museveni with the intention of making the then ruling governments so bad that Ugandans could hate them. In doing so, Museveni was making an easy move to becoming the president of Uganda for life

In conclusion, People in Uganda are overwhelmed with confusion, disappointment, and angered by any inhuman actions done onto Ugandans both; inside and outside Uganda. On behalf of political activists, I humbly appeal to the Turkish government, UN, UNHCR, the European Union, and generally the international community to demand for the immediate and unconditional release of Fred Lumbuye Kajjubi because he is NOT a criminal.

WRITTEN BY,

FRANCIS KASIBANTE

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

UGANDANS, REMEMBER OUR MOTTO “FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY”


A foreigner Museveni has flouted the rule of law, abusing his office to hold power, using state fund resources to structural flaws in our democracy to his own advantage. I earnestly, request you fellow Ugandans to hold firmly onto our motto “For God and My Country” by fighting for change, hope, and progress for our country. We have to make our voices heard and our actions to be seen by the outside world so that those who support devil Museveni get to know that enough is enough we Ugandans, are tired of the vampire which is sucking our blood day and night. But all that will be reached upon when we are united irrespective of our tribal backgrounds. Why should we always live in fear and anxiety about the future of our country? we live in a country that is suffering from an ever-worsening economy, indescribable nepotism, incredible tribalism, corruption which stinks to high heaven, disgusting health conditions, poor education, deplorable transport system the list is endless but which Museveni has refused to acknowledge that all the mess is created by him. We have to fight for our democracy so that we can make it responsive to the needs of all Ugandans. It is heartbreaking to see in Uganda today that, Ugandans are killed by security forces any time at their will, and then after, the very assassins dramatize their investigation acts on the scene, and yet they are the ones who kill those innocent Ugandans who refuse to follow their devilish plans and decisions which are geared to joining devil Museveni. This is worsened by the fact that, National Resistance Movement officials who would have come out to condemn all that is going on in Uganda before the public are silent. How can one say that the elected government is protecting Ugandans? Do those idiots who are in the government even know the definition of a government?

The fact is; the truest Ugandans are disappointed about the Rwandese origin Museveni who has ruined our country for such a long period of 35 years. It is not far to assert from the truth that we feel like we are seated on pins and needles. Allow me to inform you my country mates that, disappointments are like road humps. They slow you down a bit but you can enjoy the smooth road afterward. For us Ugandans to enjoy the smooth road afterward, which I can term as getting rid of devil Museveni, we have to be united wherever we are. That is to say; both at home and in the diaspora. On this very point, therefore, my humble request goes to Ugandan citizens especially those who live in the diaspora. It is time please to get rid of the bloodthirsty Rwandese government before it is too late. Ugandans live in an overwhelmingly distressing situation. But why should we live in such conditions yet Uganda is our God-given county? I hope that if we end Museveni’s regime, we will have put to an end every aspiring Museveni-style authoritarian from ruling our country in the future.

There are clear signs that Museveni’s government is feeling pressure from Ugandans. That is why Museveni and his croons have resorted to killing innocent Ugandans to prevent them from demanding our democracy. The violence or intimidation Museveni is using should not deter us from continuing our revolution. We, therefore, need to take bold actions of weakening Museveni until he leaves power. Ugandans, we should know that we are facing a magnitude of tasks of overthrowing the Rwandese origin Man Museveni who is not supposed to rule our country. What does that mean? As I said earlier, we just need to unite and heal as Ugandans. Let us not be intimidated, let us not be silenced by a foreigner Museveni who came from Rwanda with his mother to seek protection in our country. Let us not forget that, it is our duty to fight and make a better future for us Ugandans today, tomorrow, and for the future generations to come. We have to fulfill that dream by getting rid of the current incompetent, corrupt, and divisive politics of the Rwandese Man origin and his useless National Movement Party which has done more harm than good in our country. No one will solve the crises we face as Ugandans and help to transform our country for us and for decades to come if we don’t do it by ourselves.

One of the American Black Congressmen John Lewis, before his death, wrote: “Democracy is not a state. It is an act.”  I do agree with his opinion. I think he meant that democracy is not guaranteed. We have to demand it through actions. Fellow Ugandans, we have to have the will and spirit to fight for our democracy in Uganda, not only that but also to protect it from those who do not believe in democracy. That is why I even say; the battles to restore decency and defend democracy should be of every Ugandan’s responsibility. In doing so, we shall be defeating despair in the line of putting our Nation onto the right track from which it was derailed by a Rwandese Museveni who calls himself a Ugandan. I know it is a sacrifice but let us fight tooth and nail to bring more Ugandans onboard than ever to put things right in our country. Ugandans need to be treated with dignity and respect. That is why even one of the African patriots Patrice Lumumba, said “Without dignity, there is no liberty, without justice there is no dignity, and without independence, there is no freedom.” Brothers and sisters, we are not free. We are under Rwandese occupation. Let us wake up please and do the needful to restore our democracy, dignity, and respect. If one looks at the way how police and army treat Ugandans, it is far beyond to believe that that type of treatment can be witnessed in our country in this modern era. Ugandans, who do you think will bring comfort and consolation in these times of distress and sadness in our country? The answer is simple. Do not expect any outsiders to come to our rescue while we are going through agony without doing anything about the Rwandese origin man Museveni has created.

In conclusion, come hell or high water Museveni must go. However, let us not forget that for him to go, we have to fight really hard, and make all the necessary sacrifices in search of equality, liberty, and justice in Uganda because we Ugandans, are the backbone of our democracy

WRITTEN BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

MUSEVENI, FREE, ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS

Museveni must free all political prisoners. There is no reason why our brothers and sister languish in prisons and torture chambers because of supporting the legitimate president of Uganda his excellence Robert kyagulanyi Sentamu. There is a burgeoning number of prisoners in Ugandans prisons which is intended to reduce indigenous Ugandans where they are killed in prisons, by serious beating and as well as using any horrible kinds of indescribable torture. It is unquestionable today that, those who survive death, get irreversible harm during their lifetime. What hurts is; the conditions the prisoners are confined in are inhumane and unconstitutional. The prisons are overcrowded, and the prisoners are violently treated, women face sexual abuse, whereas men are sodomized, in addition to facing other deplorable conditions, which pose grave risks to their health and safety. Thousands of innocent people are being held for inappropriately long periods, without hearing their cases. It has become a tendency for the Director of Public Prosecutions in Uganda, to drop charges against the accused and later, re-arrest them even though their cases are heard and acquitted. Nevertheless, all those directives come from Museveni to instill fear in Ugandans telling him to leave the presidential seat he grabbed from His excellence Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu.

It is really heartbreaking and traumatizing to witness that, 99.9% of the prisoners in Ugandan today, are in jail based on slanderous allegations. A number of them are imprisoned because of their political opinions. Fellow Ugandans, it is very distressing for Ugandans to suffer in our own country yet each one of us has the freedom to support the person they want. Let us not allow what is happening to continue in our country. Museveni has systematically eliminated political opponents that would challenge him by imprisoning them and finally kills them. Innocent Ugandans are rotting in prisons. They are always being remanded until further notice, leaving their lovely dear ones in devastating conditions. When the government asks for witnesses, it is the same government, which turns around to produce staged witnesses, who are forced to testify hence, bearing false witness against the prisoners, with the intention of not releasing them. That is the reason why there is incredible congestion in prisons today.

Museveni instead of talking about the unacceptable inhuman conditions, prisoners face in Uganda today, talks about the nonsense of announcing him dead, which is a fact that he is indeed dead if one considers how worse the situation in Uganda is today.   It is not far to assert from the truth that, the people who announced Museveni dead literally meant that, the fact that Uganda’s health care is no longer functioning, means that he is dead, Uganda’s education system is at worst something that has never happened before because even historically, the neighbouring countries used to cross to study in Uganda. What does that mean? It means that Museveni is dead. The judicial system is full of used idiots which are paid by the state to do all the unprofessional work they do. That clearly depicts that Museveni is dead. The list is endless that clearly shows his death. Museveni’s useless regime doesn’t care how bad their decisions can impact peoples’ lives. When you hear an old man like Museveni who even has grey hair in all parts of his body, getting seriously annoyed that he was pronounced dead and that he is going to look for all those NUP members who use social media, it defeats one’s understanding because Uganda police have never looked for anyone who has been torturing Ugandans, kidnapping and then killing them. By the way, why Museveni does not want death, and yet he has killed countless people since the 1960s? Even those who are abducted, tortured and put in prison yet they are very innocent simply because of their political views of supporting a young man Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu.

Fellow Ugandans do not lose the sense of pride in your country. Dictators fear consistency, persistence, unity, and also people who are determined and focused. That is why dictators always use any possible ways to imprison as witnessed in the above images, kill or threaten freedom fighters. Together as Ugandans, we can build again the Uganda we want to live in. Martin Luther King, Jr once said that “We need leaders not in love with money but in love with Justice. Not in love with publicity but in love with humanity” I assure you that if we cooperate as Ugandans, we shall get a leader with whom we shall re-establish democracy in Uganda, to manage the public-health emergency, to deal with economic distress, to reinstitute our education system, to restore all our cultural leaders, and other sorts of problems, which will finally help to unite all Ugandans Museveni has divided. We Ugandans need to have a president who represents all Ugandans. A president who respects all the citizens in Uganda. A true Ugandan born president who is fit to be a commander in chief who respects our army by teaching them the necessary discipline as well as the role of protecting Ugandans instead of making our army getting involved in external aggression, kidnapping, torturing, imprisoning, and killing Ugandan citizens as Rutabasirwa Tibuhaburwa the Rwandese man instructs the army to do. It is really a disgrace to have a heartless devil Museveni in our Country.

Conclusively,Ugandan political activists let us fight against Museveni’s dictatorial regime that is targeting indigenous Ugandans by investing our potential energy, brain, time, and resources something that will not only enable us to protect a future Uganda but also healing from the atrocities Museveni and his cronies have committed in Uganda.

WRITTEN BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE.

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

UGANDANS IN THE DIASPORA HAVE A GREAT ROLE TO PLAY TO END MUSEVENI’S REGIME.


The concept of diaspora refers to groups of people with a similar heritage or homeland, who live in a foreign country but maintain a close relationship with their country of origin.

My fellow patriots, who live in the diaspora, are you really maintaining a close relationship with Uganda? I am of the view that you would be boiling with anger or blind rage, ready to overthrow Museveni given the conditions in which our country is nowadays. And for sure every Ugandan in the diaspora would be now in a position to contribute any amount of money, to support the struggle of kicking Museveni not only out of power but also out of Uganda because he has his country of origin (Rwanda) where he belongs and it is the country, he and his Rwandese brothers and sisters have developed.

Diasporas’ engagement with their countries of origin is not a felony. I know some of us have both; fear and narrow-minded thinking that, participating in the struggle of our country will be a crime. That is why even some people who live in the diaspora keep on saying that, for me, I still go back to Uganda. I don’t want my name to be in black books. My dear brothers and sisters, the day you will be denied entry at Entebbe airport by those Rwandese who are ruling us will be the time for you to realize that, what I and other Ugandan die hearts are telling you to do, is the right thing to do before it is too late. Be part and parcel of the struggle even though you live in the diaspora. Have you ever thought about the fact that people in the diasporas have the potential to make any contributions to their homeland countries? One of them apart from sending money back home from time to time is changing the bad political systems, like that of Uganda that has made you slaves in the diasporas working day and night in order to sustain your home people. Have you ever realized that the remittances you always send back home make you slaves for your relatives? Working so hard without even having leisure time for yourselves, because you also have to pay exorbitant bills for your daily living in a foreign country. Why don’t we really wake up and do the right thing which will not only help the people at home but also you Ugandans who live in the diaspora?

Dear Ugandans who are in the diaspora, let us contribute ambitiously to the liberation of our country, I know all of you can genuinely get involved in the political liberation efforts of our motherland from wherever you are, so long as you have the love for Uganda which is falling into the Rwandese hands at a terrific speed. Dear members of the diasporas, we have to prevent that scenario from happening in order to save Uganda’s future generations to come. Let our main agenda be liberating Uganda our lovely country, something that will be geared towards reviving democratization and socioeconomic development of Uganda above all, democracy and human rights.  Let us build a strong foundation of how we can lay strategies and also maintain the struggle in a good relationship as people of the same country, who are ready to identify ourselves as Ugandans, who want a fundamental change in our country. Let us put an end to the denial of democracy and human rights, oppression, poverty, and exploitation of Ugandans by the Rwandese who are working tirelessly to continuously implement the Hima-Tutsi plan.

I really want to ask you some questions my lovely brothers and sisters who live in the diasporas. Why don’t we have a united voice in the Musevenism pandemic issue? Don’t you think that, if there is good governance in Uganda it will also help you not to work like donkeys to support your home people? I can assure you that if there is good governance in Uganda, our brothers and sisters back home will not put pressure on their relatives in the diasporas for help. I profoundly regard Ugandans in the diaspora communities as agents of change who can contribute philanthropically to the noble cause of changing Museveni’s government. My humble request is not to leave that work to a few individuals because it is a very hectic workload to do without combined help. I would suggest that, let it be our collective responsibility and obligation to work for change in Uganda by raising international awareness about Uganda’s alarming political situation and also contribute financially to the struggle. Let us continue to maintain a strong attachment to our homeland. Let us not think that being outside of your country, means that you are outside Uganda with all your clan members or relatives. That cannot happen and it will never happen. People at home need help in the political struggle. National Unity Platform(NUP) is calling us to liberate Uganda. Let us not turn a deaf ear towards the struggle because Ugandan needs you in the struggle for a change.

Brothers and sisters in the diaspora, I really have many questions for you. Kindly read them and find solutions. Don’t you really see much pain and suffering Museveni has caused to those who hold different opinions from his? Don’t you reckon that Museveni is a wicked man, full of hatred and mistrust of everyone who thinks and also acts differently from his ideas and appearance?  Don’t you really see that Museveni is an individual whose mouth incites rage and discomfort in Ugandans? Don’t you know that Museveni is the most mendacious person on earth? (a person or someone who tells lies, especially habitually, dishonest and deceitful). How can Ugandans lack clean drinking water, electricity, fuel, modern health services, a proper education system, and basic consumer goods and people in the diaspora decide to continue looking on, living your homeland brothers and sisters in such a deplorable situation? Ugandans in the diaspora let us fully get involved in Uganda’s efforts for political change. It is our obligation to take part in the struggle against the oppressive Museveni’s administration. Let us, therefore, work together to overthrow Museveni but, we will need a very long healing therapy after his overthrow because Ugandans live in hell in our own motherland.

Fellow Ugandans in the diasporas, the time has come now for people in the diaspora to find a cure against Museveni’s evils. He is a figure of disorder and the most mendacious President in the History of Uganda. Unfortunately, he has passed on those evil acts onto Ugandans by using his tendency of turning people into his personality. Indeed, he must expect his consequences. Museveni’s evil genius of his ability to always tell lies, denying what he says, creating conflicts among people, have made him the hero of his own bad government and we now have to find remedies to stop him from continuing misleading Uganda.  We cannot just look on and accept his barbaric actions to continue spreading in our motherland. We have seen enough of his regime and for sure no amount of words can describe the enormous wickedness; extreme criminality, cruelty, and other horrible situations Ugandans have witnessed since Museveni became a president of a country for which he does not even have any roots of attachment. Much as Museveni has recruited a number of Rwandese and other foreigners in the army just to protect himself in power, let us be courageous enough to stop what is happening in our Uganda because no country will come to our rescue if we dont step out of our comfort zone to join hands with NUP to do the needful.

Lovely Ugandans in the diaspora, let us be the Vanguard of a revolution in Uganda. Your contribution towards the struggle will help Ugandans, in stopping disrespecting human rights and finally yield into getting rid of Museveni’s authoritarian regime that has dominated our country for 35 years. I can assure you that, if we contribute wholeheartedly in the struggle of liberating our country we shall, of course, achieve what we want Uganda to be. What we need to have amongst ourselves is mutual cooperation.  I know some Ugandans are not interested whatsoever in Ugandan affairs. But please, my humble request is; let us get interested in Ugandan affairs because Uganda is our country. Let us work together to see how we can stop Museveni from continuing to ruin our country because he doesn’t have any vision for Uganda and he has never had any vision for our country being a foreigner from Rwanda. Dear countrymates, let us have a nostalgia that is inextricably linked to the independence struggle of our country Uganda. I know some of you might now say as you are reading this article that Uganda is independent. Allow me to make it clear to you that; our country is in captivity. We are not independent at all. Ugandans are not free that is the reason why we need to fight tooth and nail to free Ugandans from Rwandese who use Uganda to develop their country. It is no longer a secret because that is even why we have Rwandese generals in the Ugandan army, who travel to whatever place they want using Ugandan passports. It is very sad for our country and it is our duty to stop it.

Sons and daughters of Ugandan territory in the diaspora it is time to mobilize all the Ugandans whom you live with outside Uganda, to stand patriotically and get aligned as people of the same nation in the struggle of liberating Uganda because our country is a mess. We need to clean up the dirt with all our patriotic feelings in solidarity for change.  Most of you who are in diasporas, have seen and also enjoyed the democratic environments in which you live. But why don’t we really work hard to make it also happen in our country? Let us get rid of Museveni before he makes Uganda a pariah state. To define what a pariah state is, it is a nation considered to be an outcast in the international community. A pariah state may face international isolation, sanctions, or even an invasion by nations which find its policies, actions, or existence unacceptable. Museveni has done a lot of bad things not only in Uganda but also in the neighbouring countries. So, people who live in the diaspora we really need your support to save Uganda before it is considered to be a pariah state.

Ugandans in the diaspora I really don’t know why you underestimate your strength in overthrowing dictator Museveni? You really have the potential to revolutionize Uganda, instead of cementing power for the worst authoritarian regime like some members in the diaspora are trying to do, through Ugandan North American Association – (UNAA), which was founded in 1988 calling itself the oldest and largest Ugandan diaspora organization. Such organizations are doing nothing about Museveni’s bad regime but instead keep on receiving taxpayers’ money from Museveni, in disguise of supporting UNAA but which money is used to spy on Ugandans who live abroad to enable Museveni to prolong his stay in power. To me, I get perturbed when seeing UNAA wrongly calling itself the most influential and well-organized body in the diaspora but, it cannot even comment on the bad things Museveni is doing in our country simply because he gives UNAA money

Fellow compatriots who live in the diasporas, I think you have meticulously read my article and I believe you will have a second thought about our country. I now want to end this article by requesting you to ponder over these seven questions below?

1-Brothers and sisters who live in the diasporas, when will you stop providing survival to your relatives in Uganda who live in Museveni’s unsustainable economic, social, and political regime?

2- Ugandans who live in the diasporas and have never contributed anything towards the struggle and even those who were active but left the struggle or were bought by a Rwandese man Museveni! Why don’t you have Uganda at heart?

3-Fellow Ugandans, why don’t you feel proud of being Ugandans much as a number of you have been naturalized?

4-Do you really think that holding other countries’ passports can make you forget and completely desert your country of origin?

5-Why should we allow Museveni, a foreigner to deprive Ugandans of their liberty?

6-Why do we allow Museveni to make Ugandans live under a regime of segregation and terror in which Ugandans are killed, tortured day and night even not sparing innocent children?

7-Don’t you think dear Ugandans who live in the diasporas that it is the time to pledge ourselves to radically transform our nation in the direction of the rule of law?

Conclusively, do not forget that you are what you are because of Uganda your birthplace. Therefore, change begins with you.

WRITTEN BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE.    

FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

LIVING IN HELL WITH MONSTERS

THIS POEM IS DEDICATED TO ALL UGANDANS IN THESE DIFFICULT TIMES.

                                   LIVING IN HELL WITH MONSTERS

Tears and anxiety are in every region in Uganda.

Death is near everybody.

What has become of Uganda today?

The situation is unbearable in Uganda

Due to a Rwandese origin man Museveni.

He does not ponder over the pain

Uganda citizens go through.

He does not think about the suffering

through the struggle Ugandans face.

He does not care about the emotional stress

Uganda nationals encounter.

Why is the devil in our country?

Why did it come to make Ugandans suffer?

It is less concerned about the financial stress

which gives Ugandans sleepless nights.

It does not mind about the depression

which has made Ugandans

look like threadbare rugs.

Thirty-five years in power! where

are the revolutionaries?

Let us come together to get

rid of the intruders.

Who came to Uganda with their selfish motives.

They are extremely wicked and cruel.

It is time to get rid of them.

Those shameless black-hearted villains.

They have impoverished us.

They have made us hate one another.

They have halted our ambitions.

We don’t have a future in our own land.

They have ceased our expectations.

We are emotionally traumatized.

Living in fear and sadness.

Our grain store of memories grumbles,

while our minds swim

in the sea of thoughts.

Thinking about Musevenis’

devastation in Uganda, Oceans of tears

wet our beds laying helplessly

The solution to getting rid of the devil is Unity.

Merciless Museveni Kills Ugandans.

Every second!

Every minute!

Every day!

Every year!

Museveni with only eight letters of Alphabets!

Killing! Killing!  Babies, young ones, and elders

all devoured by the bloodsucker Museveni.

Who shall then lead Uganda tomorrow?

Young trees make the forest firm.

Orphans in Uganda are like solitary trees.

You used Idiots as Madame teacher Namboze calls them,

Who believe in Musevenism stop accepting his bribes

Have shame, patriotism, and morals.

It is time to repent for the worst situation you

have put Uganda into, with a strange, horrible, 

extremely wicked cruel Rwandese foreigner Museveni.

 COMPOSED BY, FRANCIS KASIBANTE.

                 FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.