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
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.