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Before Uganda Dictator became a Full-time War criminal

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Yoweri Museveni is responsible for the death of 5.5 million africans- from Uganda, Rwanda,Sudan and Congo DRC. The people of Uganda and the world believe very strongly that Yoweri Museveni should be arrested as soon as possible. We also call upon the international community to impose a travel burn on Yoweri Museveni and his squard of killers. 

Before Museveni became a War criminal, he Killed the following Ugandans:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

† Valerino Rwaheru, comrade in arms of Museveni, 1972.
Killed by Museveni to eliminate challenge to his leadership of FRONASA.

† William a.k.a "Black" Mwesigwa, comrade in arms of Museveni, 1972.
Murdered during invastion of Mbarara, to be blamed on Amin's troops.

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

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

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

† 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.

† Frank Kalimuzo, vice chancellor of Makerere University, 1972.
He was 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.

† John Kakonge, secretary general of Uganda People's Congress, 1972

† James Karuhanga, comrade in arms of Museveni, 1973.
He was shot dead by Museveni and blamed on Amin's troops.

† Hope Rwaheru, wife of Museveni and sister of Valeriano Rwaheru, 1973.
The mother of Museveni's son, Muhoozi Kainerugaba, reportedly strangled by Museveni in Dar es Salaam.

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

† Martin Mwesiga, comrade in arms of Museveni, 1974.
He was shot dead by Museveni after he witnessed shooting of Omongin.

† Magara an NRA commander in the 1981-86 Luwero bush war.
He was sent by Museveni to Kampala from the bush. When he arrived in Kampala Museveni rang Dr. Nsaba Buturo who was then a District Commissioner for Kampala and told him that a bandit was in Kampala. Dr. Nsaba Buturo passed on the information to Serwano Kabogorwa who was then Director of military intelligence at Park Hotel. Magara was then tracked down and killed by UNLA In Kampala.
Museveni did this with his men who had infiltrated the UPC and are now openly with him like Dr. Nsaba Buturo

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  • I have been reading over your site and the above post strikes me as the craziest (the competition was quite stiff).

    People like you give the rest of the Anti-musevenists a bad name. Throwing about unsubstantiated allegations can be tolerated, but outright lies are another thing. For Many of the people you have named above their killers have long been known and some have even been prosecuted. I doubt it highly if there is a lot if inside infor

    But then, when I think about it, as an anarchist you are not interested in the lies you through about just as long as you get a good mess going and you can look back with a smile on your face as chaos reigns supreme.

    The bad thing is that some people without alternative sources of information could take you seriously. The good thing though is that such people are not that many and many of them are over there in england with you and do nothing more than contribute to anarchist journals and denounce the government til they are hoarse.

    Keep on writting though, I have always been interested in fiction. For the serious analysis there are saner people to read.

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  • why you should vote someone if you know that is a killer?
    But you, i prefer to vote a civilian not a military.

  • Museveni also killed Andrew Kayira and Fred Rwijema!

  • Jay should be reminded that comrades here are not "Anti-musevenists" but anti-state criminals!
    If he wants a good name he should go and seek it from his local pastor.

  • An intimate look at Uganda's First Lady

    Janet Museveni (nee Keinembabazi) was born on August 15, 1949, in Bwongyera village, Kajara, Ntungamo, Uganda).

    Her parents were Mr and Mrs Edward Kataha. Her father also got a child with an aunt of Janet's and this cousin as well as step-sister to Janet was called Jennifer Nankunda, who later became Mrs. Jennifer Kuteesa, wide of the current Foreign Minister Sam Kuteesa.

    Janet Keinembabazi attended Kyamate primary school around the same time as one Violet Kajubiri, a step-sister to Yoweri Museveni. She went on for high school to Bweranyagye Girls' Secondary School.

    As Radio Katwe reported last week, at Bweranyangye Girls', Janet Keinembabazi was an insignificant student; there were times that she was the bottom of the class. She does not like to be reminded of her poor school performance, and this is why she has rarely identified herself much in public with her former school or its activities.

    She did not pass her O'Levels and went to live with a well-to-do cousin, John Wycliffe Kazzora, who financed her overseas studies. She attended a secretarial course in Wales and on returning to Uganda got a job as a ground hostess with the then East African Airways.

    She had originally applied to be an air stewardess but was turned down because she suffers from epilepsy. During her East African Airways tour in the Nairobi office, she worked with air hostesses like the late Dorcas Karara.

    It is also said by some of her former colleagues in Nairobi that she was a girlfriend of the Nairobi East African Airways manager, Patrick Makumbi, with whom she had intimate relations.

    Around 1971, she is supposed to have fallen in love with a young man called William Mwesigwa, nicknamed "Black Mwesigwa". Mwesigwa was a classmate of Yoweri Museveni at Ntare School in the 1960s and he shared Museveni's love for guerrilla warfare and revolutionary talk.

    When Mwesigwa fled to exile in Tanzania in 1971 and became involved in guerrilla war against the new government of President Idi Amin, Janet Keinembabazi joined him there. Janet Keinembabazi, Mwesigwa, Museveni, and Hope Rwaheru shared a house in Dar es Salaam because as refugees they did not have much money to rent different houses.

    After Museveni killed Mwesigwa in 1972, Janet became romantically close to Museveni. Museveni himself had another child called Muhoozi Kainerugaba by Hope Rwaheru and he murdered Hope around 1974.

    Some sources say Museveni and Janet Kataha got married in London in August 1973 but most information available in Uganda says that the two have never formally legalised their marriage and that has remained a cause of tensions between them.

    For example, no single photograph of Museveni has ever been seen of him with a wedding ring on his finger.

    When the Amin regime fell from power in April 1979, the Musevenis moved back to Uganda from Tanzania.

    Most reports say a daughter Natasha was born to the couple in 1976 and another daughter Patience, was born in 1980 and their last child, Diana, was born in 1981.

    But some reports from knowledgeable sources in the Uganda People's Congress party say that details of Natasha are not clear.

    The UPC people claim that Natasha was a child of Janet and Black Mwesigwa or another comrade of Museveni's called Martin Mwesiga who Museveni murdered in 1974.

    Others say that Natasha's real father could even be Patrick Makumbi, her former boss and lover when she worked for East African Airways.

    They argue that the only children between Museveni and Janet are Patience and Diana. Around the time that Major Muhoozi Kainerugaba got married in 1999, Ugandan newspapers used to confuse Patience and Diana because of how much they resemble, but none of them confused Natasha with any of her sisters.

    These pundits also point to the behaviour of the Museveni children.

    They say that whereas Patience who is now married to Odrek Rwabwogo and Diana who is now married to Geoffrey Kamuntu have been in the public eye like Muhoozi and Natasha, Patience and Diana have remained without any reports or rumours of scandal or strange behaviour all their lives.

    But the Museveni children who have gone wild, been violent sometimes, or sexually loose have been Muhoozi and Natasha, because when they were told about their real parents, it affected them. Muhoozi once pulled a gun at the gate of Nile Hotel in Kampala when he was stopped from entering a music show and Natasha's pregnancy and abortion with soldiers' children is well-known.

    In 1981 when Museveni launched his guerrilla war against the new government of former President Milton Obote, Janet Museveni and her children re-located to Nairobi, Kenya, where they lived with family friends until 1983.

    In 1983, the Museveni family moved to Gottenberg, Sweden, where they lived until May 1986, four months after Museveni had captured state power in Kampala. In Sweden they lived on the same apartment block as the children of Amelia Kyambadde, who is now the Principal Private Secretary to Museveni.

    When Museveni captured state power in 1986, he had vowed that his new wife was now Winnie Byanyima, who had been his childhood friend and then secret girlfriend since the late 1970s.

    That is why Janet did not immediately come to Uganda when her husband took power because Byanyima was in her way. Prominent church leaders and Museveni's Prime Minister the late Dr. Samson Kisekka told Museveni that his continuing affair with Byanyima was embarrassing him and Uganda.

    That was when Museveni ordered his stepbrother Salim Saleh to evict Byanyima from State House and Janet came to Uganda in May 1986.

    Janet Museveni then started a campaign to show Winnie Byanyima as an evil and malicious woman who tried to kidnap Museveni's son Muhoozi and so on.

    Janet founded the Uganda Women's Effort to Save Orphans (UWESO), a private relief agency in late 1986 which she said was shaped by her experience as a refugee. She also became involved with the HIV/AIDS campaign in Uganda through the 1990s.

    In fact, the warm feelings between Patrick Makumbi and Janet continued after she became First Lady that for a number of years the Kampala office of UWESO was located at the Kampala City Council offices, where Makumbi was the Town Clerk.

    When Museveni discovered that the two were still an item, he worked toward the dismissal of Makumbi as Town Clerk.

    Many people, though, do not know that under the cover of UNESCO, Janet Museveni has been receiving large financial and material donations from Europe and North America, which she channels to her children and some of her loyal staff.

    It is the money she raises from local donations that she actually gives to Uganda's orphans.

    Around 1988 or 1989, Janet Museveni got the shock of her life when she tested positive for HIV, which she got from her husband. In those days, people who got AIDS were sure they were going to die because there were no antiretroviral drugs yet.

    The shock of being found HIV-positive is what made Mrs. Museveni turn to religion for comfort and she started following the gborn againh movement.

    At the same time, her husband's excessive infidelity and getting many children out of wedlock pushed Janet more and more in the direction of religion.

    In 1992, the "Uganda Confidential" newsletter reported that Janet Museveni and her half sister/half cousin Jennifer Kuteesa had been involved in a land wrangle with the Kagondoki family in Ntungamo and to resolve it, they arranged for the murder of one of the boys, Aaron Kagondoki.

    In 1994, Janet Museveni decided to pursue a degree in education at Makerere University.

    As usual, she was dull in class and a no-nonsense and principled lecturer in the Department of Psychology, a Mr. Opolot, marked her exam paper and she had to do a re-take because she had failed the paper.

    As usual, she look a leaf from her husband who disregards institutions which stand in his way. Janet Museveni was humiliated by having to be told to do a re-take and using the power of State House, she influenced Makerere University to expel Opolot.

    She was awarded free marks in the paper, she did not do the teaching practice which is compulsory for undergraduates pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education, and so she got a junk degree from Makerere.

    Meanwhile, while Janet Museveni was trying to behave in public as a God-fearing woman of high moral standards, the public was hearing something different.

    In the mid 1990s, her daughter Natasha from nowhere turned into a crazy girl and began doing crazy things. She started sleeping with President Museveni's aide de camp, Captain Kavuma, and she got pregnant by a sergeant who used to be a guard at State House.

    When it came to discussing what to do about Natasha's pregnancy, Museveni took a liberal position saying since it had already happened they had to live with it. (This makes us wonder if Museveni could be so casual about it if Natasha was his real daughter.)

    Mrs. Museveni refused to hear that and insisted that Natasha had to have an abortion so that she could get a "proper" marriage in future. The abortion was carried out on the orders of the God-fearing born-again Janet Museveni.

    There were also reports from sources inside State House around 1999 that Janet Museveni had tried to befriend and sleep with a young soldier in State House but the soldier could not imagine such a thing and he refused and fled into exile in London.

    The Internet Wikipedia encyclopedia said in a profile of Mrs. Museveni this way:

    "[D]uring this same period there grew an impression in Uganda that Janet Museveni, behind her modest Christian beliefs, led an extravagant lifestyle.

    In May 2000, the government-owned New Vision published a story saying that the Libyan leader Col. Mu'ammar Gadhafi had donated a $100,000 BMW car to Janet Museveni.

    The light green BMW, model 740, was flown to Entebbe International Airport from Libya in October 1999. Abbas Misurati of the Libyan embassy in Kampala confirmed the reports, saying the car was a personal gift from Gadhafi to the First Lady.

    Janet Museveni has been widely rumoured to be the core shareholder in a number of Uganda's largest businesses ranging from hotels to real estate and telecommunications. Among these are the Hotloaf Bakery, Simu telephone booth company, Garden City Complex, East African Airlines, Crane Bank, and the Imperial Resort Beach Hotel."

    That is a reputable encyclopedia telling you about Janet Museveni, not RadioKatwe.com which some people think just hates the First Family.

    In 2005, an elusive fellow called Smart Musolin who says he writes from Entebbe broke the story to the world that Janet Museveni has having an affair with a Swedish man of Eritrean origin and she had bought him a lavish house in Sweden.

    It seems Mrs. Museveni had become tired of all her husband's extramarital escapades. The latest reports say he now has four wives, apart from Janet.

    In fact one time on his radio show, the loud mouth Andrew Mwenda told the KFM listeners that Museveni in 2004 was introduced to the family of a young woman for a traditional wedding by Brigadier Jim Muhwezi. State House did not deny Mwenda's claims.

    Another shocking report says that there is a room in State House which is kept strictly locked, 24 hours a day. The only person who has the key to it and opens it is President Museveni himself.

    One day, Janet Museveni got the key in one way or the other and went to check the room to see what her husband keeps there which nobody is allowed to see.

    The sources said she opened the room and almost fainted. On the floor there was something that looked like a traditional African witchcraft shrine and it was surrounded by bones, teeth of animals and other juju things.

    In the middle of it there was a life-size statue of....Yoweri Museveni!

    Mrs. Museveni could not believe that her husband had become so mad and was now a full worshipper of witchcraft!

    In November 2005, she announced that she would seek the parliamentary seat of Ruhama in the election of February 23, 2006.

    On the day of nominations, Janet Museveni was nominated in the morning and her rival Augustine Ruzindana of FDC was nominated in the afternoon. After her nomination, Mrs. Museveni threw a big party in the township paid for by State House.

    Ruzindana did not have that kind of money and he instead went about meeting people and asking for their support.

    Instead of the Ruhaama people abandoning him because he had no money, the villagers contributed their goats, bulls, and chicken and threw a party for him and themselves.

    That is how little support Janet Museveni has in Ntungamo.

    In fact, the thing which got the Canadian journalist Blake Lambert in trouble with the government Media Centre was not because of his anti-NRM views (he is a moderate in his views, we are told), but because he visited Ruhaam and spent a week there and when he came back, he concluded that there was no way Janet Museveni could win the parliamentary seat there.

    That is the story of Janet Keinembabazi Kataha Museveni.


    Lt. Ddamulira, CMI. He has now become well-known because he is the operative who was assigned by Colonel Leo Kyanda the Chief of Military Intelligence to deliver the bribe money to Judge Remmy Kasule.

    Mulindwa Muwonge, presenter at Super FM. He was once a staunch NRM critic but was intimidated into working for ISO. In May 2005, he was seen leaving Ban Cafe restaurant in the company of a senior ESO officer, Lucien Katsigazi, who is the Second Secretary at the Uganda High Commission in Nairobi.

    Emmy Allio, New Vision reporter. A long-serving ISO informer. He normally writes on security and defence matters in the Great Lakes region.

    Joseph Luzige, ISO officer. He was once very active as a member of the Uganda Young Democrats but later he crossed over and joined ISO. The question is whether he was always in ISO but was sent to the UYD to disorganise them or he joined ISO after being intimidated into doing so.

    John Nsumbe, Monitor photographer and ISO informer. He usually goes to State House for press conferences and while they check other reporters, Nsimbe just walks through the security checks. He has been getting personal phone calls from Museveni instructing him on what angles of photos to take during Musevenifs campaigns in 2006.

    Julius Bagonza, Sheraton Hotel Manager. He was recruited into ISO by Brigadier Henry Tumukunde and his work is to spy on foreign dignitaries who check into the Sheraton.

    Joe Burua, ISO informer. He works as a sales executive at CBS Radio Buganda but his real work is to keep an eye on the CBS staff and report to ISO headquarters on what is going inside the Buganda establishment and the radio, which the government is sensitive to.

    Basil Tyaba, Computer specialist and ISO agent. It was Tyaba who was sent by ISO in 2001 to go to the Electoral Commission computers and tabulate the results to give Museveni the so-called 69 percent win, when it was Kizza Besigye who won the election. Because of the massive rigging, the results coming in showed that Museveni had won more votes than the votes cast and Tyaba was supposed to correct that showing. He worked for a full night with Amama Mbabazifs daughter, Lenina Mbabazi.
    UPDATE - Basil Tyaba explains his involvement with the 2001 elections

    David Katanywa, Uganda Revenue Authority and ISO agent. He keeps an AK-47 rifle at home and in the 2001 election, he and other ISO and Military Intelligence operatives under the command of Colonel Noble Mayombo used to go to the homes of opponents of Musevenifs regime disguised as robbers and cause havoc. Some of these people were arrested and ended up in Makindye military police barracks.

    Julius Kivuna, attached to ESO. Kivuna was the Protocol Officer who Ugandans saw on their TVs leading presidential candidates to the nominating table at Namboole stadium in 2005 to bring in their papers and fees. He was until recently an ESO officer attached to the Ugandan embassy in Tokyo.

    Dennis Njoojo Kyazze, ISO agent. He used to be in Buganda Road Primary School in the 1980s.

    Andrew Kasura, ISO agent. He was a Guild President of Makerere University and has worked in ISO since he left Makerere in 1989. He used to hang around the Post Office much of his time and that is where he was stationed. His problem is that he drinks too much.

    David Muhooli, Editor of Sunday Vision. He has been in ISO for many years and used to recruit students into ISO from Makerere University.

    Lt. Michael Katungi, CMI operative. He has been on the 2006 campaign trail on behalf of Museveni.

    Charles Rwomushana, ISO, attached to State House. He was a former Guild President of Makerere University and joined ISO. He had become very vocal in recent years but these days he is so quiet.

    Sgt. Humphrey Babukika, ESO agent. He is one of the most feared and deadly ESO men because he works or used to work as the chief state assassin. He is the one who shot dead Amon Bazira the NALU rebel leader and he was the man who fired the missiles that brought down the plane of Rwandese President Juvenal Habyarimana in 1994.

    Simon Kaheru, works for BA Tobacco and formerly with New Vision. Kaheru joined ISO soon after finishing Makerere University.

    Tiberius Muhirwa, ISO agent who was recruited during his Makerere University days by the then ISO director General Brig. Jim Muhwezi. This is the reason why Muhwezi manoeuvred to have Muhirwa put in charge of the Global Fund on AIDS, TB and Malaria, because he had worked with him

    Prof. John Rwomushana, an External Security Organization operative, under cover as a research specialist with the Joint Clinical Research Center.

    Stephen Ndawula, joined ISO at its inception and is a specialst in communications, i.e wire tapping. Reported to be working for ESO in Canada, under cover of pursuing further studies.
    Genevieve Birungi Namusisi, was recruited into ISO while still at Makerere to spy on unsuspecting Nkobazambogo members. Believed to be based in the UK now, working for ESO. She covers much of Western Europe posing as a businesswoman. She is easy on the eyes (very beautiful) and many have fallen prey. Be careful.

    Bbale Lwanga Charles, allegedly under cover as an assylum seeker in Sweden. In the past he boasted of founding a political party called NPO in Uganda. Last known to be living in a camp called Karlskrona. It maybe prudent to be cautious around him.

    Rose Nyonintono,an informer for CMI. Owns (owned?) a shop at "Kisimenti", which is a cover for Saleh's smuggling racket, and also runs businesses for Jovia Akandwanaho (Saleh's wife). Entertained Congolese Gold dealers from the DRC, in April 2004 in London. Her brother also works for ESO.

    Jim Mugunga, an ISO officer who worked at the Monitor for several years as a business reporter and is now with the Privatisation Unit under the guise of an Information Officer. Jim used to casually walk into the office of ISO director general Brigadier Jim Muhwezi and used to tell people to join ISO because "there is money.h

    Alex "Kelli" Rukundo, a computer specialist in counter-intelligence. The man speaks polished English and is soft spoken and wears glasses. He usually walks into State House and nobody checks him because he reports directly to President Museveni. In fact when he got married in 2005, Museveni paid most of the budget, if not the whole wedding budget.
    ( Radio Katwe has obtained after some difficulty, a detailed computer log of Rukundos recent unsuccessful efforts against Radio Katwe.)

    Mugabi Nsubuga, is an ISO technical officer. This fellow works at the Monitor radio KFM as a technician but that is not his real job. He does technical work for ISO and in January he was one of those technicians who took part in the testing of the MTN, Celtel, and UTL mobile networks ahead of the Feb. 23 election, whereby they will block the networks on election day so that rigging can go on unhindered. So when you try to call on February 23 and your phone cannot go through, contact Mugabi the ISO man and ask him to help you get connected to your friends. When President Museveni visited KFM radio in October 2004, Nsubuga worked with ISO to jam the Monitor studio phone lines so that Museveni would not get embarrassing calls that he could not answer.

    Paul Muhumuza, attached to Military Intelligence. This man is a businessman on the outside but his real work is as an intelligence officer. He is one of those people who handles Museveni's dirty business dealings and one time the "Indian Ocean Newsletter" even wrote about him. You can visit him at his offices at Crested Towers and ask him how Museveni's business is doing. He should be able to let you know.

    Geoffrey Seruyange, is also an ISO informer based at the Daily Monitor paper like his fellow photographer John Nsimbe. The NRM regime has always seen Monitor as its enemy so it had to make sure it had a strong presence at Monitor with people like Seruyange.

    Ian Kangahho, is an ISO agent who is based at Entebbe International Airport. When you see him walking up and down and smoking like a chimney, you can think he is just a customs or airport logistics officer. Kangahho is related to the First Lady Janet Museveni and he is an ISO operative. So please watch your back when you see him.

    Tony Geoffrey Owana, ISO agent and new Editor of the Red Pepper. If you read through Red Pepper, you will see that Owana is the only writer for that paper who has a wealth of information on the past years of Obote and the NRA "struggle." He has close ties with the army magazine "Tarehe Sita". Recently he has been trying to serialise and interprete a hot document circulating on the Internet called "The Real Museveni" which shows the shocking and true murderous character of Museveni. Owana was trying to suggest that the document was the work of the Byanyima family but in recent weeks he has stopped serialising it. It seems Owana got a phone call from his bosses in State House telling him to stop it because instead of defending Museveni's history, Owana's series were instead exposing the sensitive history which Museveni has been hiding from Ugandans and the world. That history may show that Yoweri Museveni was the real killer behind some of the murders of prominent Ugandans during the Amin regime.

    ...send us more names and information on dirty spies
    Note :This list will keep changing as we continue to vet the information we have.
    Check back often.

  • Uganda Mainstream Electronic Media has been Blocked by the state and Opposition. What a silly game!!

  • How to beat the Kisanja Curtain

    Fellow citizens, this is a small sample of the many ways to beat the Kisanja Curtain:

    Those of us living behind the Kisanja Curtain can still access Radio Katwe from any internet cafe. There are a lot of people around the world who fight censorhsip, and hate being told by their goverment what to read, think and believe. They have setup a system that enables you to access a blocked website through their computers and websites. Radio Katwe is requesting those of you who live in free countries to tell your friends back home how to do it. Here are the basic instructions. There are more but we shall for the moment only give three ways to beat the Kisanja Curtain:
    Access Radio Katwe through another website:
    The government censors will think you are accessing these websites yet you are actually tuning in to Radio Katwe.
    Enter Radio Katwes internet address http://www.radiokatwe.com in the space provided for the url in any of the websites below:
    [ Enter radio Katwes address and click the red "Proxify" button]
    [Scroll down to the" Access Free Proxy" button.
    On next page enter Radio Katwes address in the box below the Terms and Conditions and click the grey "I agree and wish to surf anonymously" button.
    Make sure the all of the checkboxes "No Scripts" etc are NOT CHECKED]

    These are only a sample. You can find many hundreds more by searching on the internet.
    Email the stories to your friends
    We now have an "Email this story" function on each story page. Incidentally, we dont record any email addreses or other information.
    When you send an email, a small window may pop up to inform you that the email has been sent. But if your browser has a pop up blocker enabled, you will not see this window Your email has been sent anyway, whether you see the confirmation or not.
    Please email the editors at editor@radiokatwe.com if you experience any problems using this function.
    Through Proxy Servers
    This one involves a little more work but maybe the better option for some people.
    What is a "proxy server" ? This is a fancy name for a computer which lets you access other computers or websites through it. Through a proxy you can access a blocked site since this computer will be in Europe, India, Taiwan, Brazil etc where Radio Katwe is not blocked. Since the people blocking dont know about this computer yet, they wont detect that you are actually accessing Radio Katwe.
    Even a good proxy server might not work later, as they might come to learn of it and block it. So you'll need to learn how to find them. Simply search the internet for "proxy servers". There are thousands of them. So dont worry that MTN and other internet access providers will find and block all of them. The only way they can do that is to stop their commerical activites and become full time enforcers of the Kisanja Curtain.

    For these instructions on how to setup a proxy server, we will use the popular Internet Explorer browser. But the principle is similar for other browsers. If you try but fail, find an internet cafe where they love Uganda more than money and Museveni to help you set a proxy server.

    Find a list of proxy servers from the internet. (Search for "proxy server")
    On the Internet Explorer menu bar, go to Tools
    . and under that Internet Options...
    In the screen that comes up, select the Connections tab.
    Click the LAN settings button
    A new smaller screen comes up. In the Proxy Sever box (the lower one),
    check the Use a proxy server checkbox.
    Carefully and accurately enter the IP of the proxy server from your search. Mind the dots.
    If the Port number is given, also enter it in the space provided for the port number.
    For example one IP address of a proxy server is and the port number is 8080

    Click OK and thats it! Fight Censorship!
    If you are using someone elses computer, remember to remove these settings so they wont even know you "circumvented" the Kisanja Curtain!

    Remember, if one proxy doesnt seem to work, keep trying others until you find one that works. There are thousands to chose from!

    Keep alert. Strategies and tactics may need to be changed again and again.

  • How does Radio Katwe separate fact from fiction?

    Many people have been writing to the website complaining that Radio Katwe is just an anti-Museveni website and that is why most of the news and tips we publish lead negatively toward Museveni and his family.

    Many have wondered why we do not also publish damaging articles about Kizza Besigye, Winnie Byanyima, or other public figures from the opposition.

    These are important questions if the search for truth is not to be turned into a witch hunt.

    First of all, there has never been anything like RadioKatwe.com in the past 20 years, to totally throw open the whole state system from State House downward to scrutiny, so if there are errors on the website, they must be appreciated against the benefit of the website.

    Many stories and tips have been flooding to the website which the editors have not published because they seem a little exaggerated or simply wrong.

    Here are a few examples:

    a) Museveni and Besigye gay?

    One example is a claim that Museveni and Besigye are both homosexuals. The website's editorial team felt that this was a highly unlikely as Museveni and Besigye come from traditional African homes and are not likely to be homosexual.

    b) Meeting of Basiita clan at Rwakitura

    Another story that Radio Katwe has declined to publish is one that several people have sent us claiming that in 1992 a meeting took place at Museveni's home in Rwakitura where plans were finalised to make sure that Uganda is ruled by the Basiita clan for the next 50 years.

    The *document gives a list of names of those who supposedly attended the meeting. At first it seems possible to believe it, but what gives it away is the claim that Odrek Rwabwogo, who at that time was a first year student at Makerere, also attended the meeting.

    Rwabwogo only became part of the First Family in the late 1990s and this shows that the so-called 1992 list was a fabrication and backdated to 1992 to make it look convincing.
    *(This document will later be made available for downloading here so everyone can read it and give us their assesment -Ed)

    c) Colonel Leo Kyanda Museveni's son?

    The claim that the current chief of Military Intelligence, Colonel Leopold Kyanda is a son of President Museveni was made in a February 4, 2006 dispatch by Smart Musolin of Entebbe.

    Radio Katwe doubted this claim and requested Musolin to substantiate it and a note by the Editor of Radio Katwe was added to the site pointing this out.

    As far as Radio Katwe is able to acertain, Colonel Kyanda is a son of the late UPC secretary general, John Kakonge. Kyanda is also a half-brother to Robbie Kakonge and Julia Kakonge Muntu, the wife of FDC's national mobiliser Major General Mugisha Muntu.

    Kyanda was born in 1963, according to information available to Radio Katwe, by which time Museveni was still in secondary school.

    So, the Kyanda-Museveni connection has been discarded by Radio Katwe, but because the rest of Smart Musolin's dispatch contained accurate and plausible information, we decided to publish it.

    d) Museveni admitted to a South African hospital

    A number of people have been sending in tips that claim that President Museveni is sick and mid February he was admitted to a hospital in South Africa. Radio Katwe of course did not publish these tips because anybody can confirm that Museveni has not been anywhere near South Africa for the whole of 2006 and maybe even 2005.

    e) Basil Tyaba the Computer man given fair hearing

    When Radio Katwe published a list of the operatives and officers on the ISO/ESO/CMI payroll, we got an e-mail from one of those listed, Mr. Basil Tyaba, trying to clear his name and his role in the tallying of votes in the Electoral Commission computer room in 2001.

    It would have been easy to ignore Tyaba's request to explain himself but the Radio Katwe editorial board firmly decided that Tyaba had to be given space to explain himself and clear his reputation, which Radio Katwe readers have seen.

    This should show the public what Radio Katwe is all about. Fair play.

    If State House or anybody in Museveni's family sends us a message asking to clear this or that allegation, within two days, it will be published on the website in its full and original form.

    If Radio Katwe is to fight for a more open and really transparent Uganda, the last thing is to be like Museveni and enjoy tarnishing people for the sake of power and control.

    f) Andrew Mwenda an ISO agent?

    Radio Katwe got a number of submissions alleging that journalist Andrew Mwenda is in fact an operative for the Internal Security Organisation. Radio Katwe had heard these rumours for some years.

    They could not be dismissed just like that but at the same time could not be treated as truth. What Radio Katwe did was to explain what people were saying but defend Mwenda in an article titled "Is Andrew Mwenda and ISO agent?"

    Unfortunately, Mwenda did not read the article properly to see that he was being defended by Radio Katwe and instead launched an attack on Radio Katwe!

    g) The Radio katwe story on CIA check of Museveni's health Many people who read this story last week either laughed off Radio Katwe as not being serious and some were angry that the website is publishing things "which any educated person knows cannot happen."

    That is what the Radio Katwe editorial board thought when the story came in. It seemed too wierd to be true. But when we checked further, it began making sense.

    The CIA has done things even more strange like trying to poison the underwater swiming suit of Cuba's Fidel Castro, flying prisoners to safe houses in Europe, etc, etc.

    That habit of trying to check a leader's health by placing a basin under the sewarage tank was done on the then Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev when he visited Washington in December 1987. So we could not dismiss that story just like that. Your stool can tell an eloquent story about the state of your health.

    In January when Museveni was campaigning in Soroti or somewhere near there in eastern Uganda, he warned an unnamed country against spying on him and this was reported by the government-owned New Vision.

    So Radio Katwe took the gamble and published the tip on the CIA getting samples of Museveni's stool from his toilet in Washington.

    With time, we shall become better at sorting out fact from fiction.

    h) Kwame Ruyondo behind Danish posters?

    A message was sent to Radio Katwe claiming that a businessman called Kwame Ruyondo, who is close to the First Family, was the man behind the posters recently impounded at Entebbe International Airport, intended for use in civic education.

    Given Ruyondo's background and blood relationship with President Museveni, it was easy to believe such a story.

    For the information of those who do not know, Museveni had a sister with whom he shared the same father Kayibanda and same mother Esteri Kokundeka.

    She was pure Rwandese and later got married to the Town Clerk of Masaka in the late 1970s, Nathan Ruyondo. (Violet Kajubiri is only Museveni's half-sister in the same was that Salim Saleh is Museveni's half-brother.)

    That wife of Ruyondo was the mother of the late Colonel Patrick Lumumba, Kwame Ruyondo, and their sister called Doreen, who is now married to an Italian and lives in Italy.

    That is why on February 5, 1981, the day before he attacked Kabamba barracks, Museveni used Nathan Ruyondo's Peugeot 304 car to drive from Masaka to Kabamba. Museveni spent the night of February 5, 1981 at the home of Mrs. Ruyondo, his sister (same father, same mother.)

    Very, very few people know this. In Masaka town, most people knew Ruyondo as a Rwandese Ugandan and his wife also as a Rwandese. What they did not know and might be surprised to learn from Radio Katwe is that she was the REAL sister (same father, same mother) of Museveni.

    To prove this, go around Uganda and ask how many people have the surname Ruyondo, if it is a Ugandan name. Very few.

    In fact, Radio Katwe invites the public who might know to send us information on the names of Kwame Ruyondo's mother, including her maiden names, because she is the most compelling proof that shows without a shadow of a doubt that Yoweri Museveni is a pure *Rwandese, and not a Munyankole as he has pretended to be for 40 years.
    [*Since we all come from somewhere, ethnicity is not an issue in itself, but the attempt to hide and distort - Ed)

    You might have wondered that in the case of buying the junk helicopters around 1998 or 1999, Kwame Ruyondo a simple business man teamed up with General Salim Saleh. What is the connection? Now you know.

    Up to this day, Ruyondo goes to State House where he gets free fuel as he wishes and he is almost untouchable.

    If his brother Colonel Patrick Lumumba had not died, today he would be Museveni's most trusted army officer, even more than Saleh and most probably Lumumba would be the Chief of Defence Forces.

    When Lumumba died of AIDS in 1991, Museveni was so, so hurt because the Ruyondo children were his only connection to his real roots and origins.

    So Radio Katwe could not dismiss any claims about Ruyondo being involved in bringing in fake posters to implicate the FDC. In Museveni's Mafia Uganda, anything is possible.

    But when the MS Uganda country directors came out and acknowledged that they had imported the posters but with good intentions and not to tarnish the UPDF, Radio Katwe decided not to run the story because it was a clear fabrication intended to damage the public image of Kwame Ruyondo.

    So you can see that Radio Katwe is not a malicious website which is out to destroy the Museveni family and regime. It is mainly concerned with the truth which Ugandans and the world have been denied for all these years and that is how they have ended up living in a police state manned by Museveni.

    If you check all the articles on Radio Katwe, can you find any which calls Museveni a dictator? None! He is Uganda's president and so he is referred to that way.

    We call Janet Museveni "First Lady" and not by abusive terms. We refer top military officers by their ranks and do not falsify their positions in the army.

    If you read what we write about the First Family, you might have seen that we tend to expose Museveni himself, his wife Janet, Major Muhoozi Kainerugaba, and daughter Natasha.

    If Radio Katwe is a malicious anti-Museveni forum, why don't you see the website also saying terrible and scandalous things about their daughters Patience and Diana?

    This is because they do not have a track record of scandal or absurd behaviour and even in the rumour circles of Uganda, you don't hear much or anything about the two younger children Patience and Diana.

    That is how we operate at Radio Katwe.

    Okay, why do we focus on the Museveni family and regime and not on the FDC, DP, UPC and others?

    The reason is because Besigye has suffered enough humiliation at the hands of the state and most of it unfairly. So there is no need to help Museveni bash Besigye more.

    What we decided to do was a tit-for-tat on behalf of Besigye, to make State House realise that you cannot go on using dirty tricks, smear campaigns, arrogantly using state power to cripple your opponents, without being paid back with your own medicine.

    Even if Museveni rigs and remains president for five more years, his image as a principled, disciplined freedom fighter who heads a God-fearing Christian family has been totally blown away and now every person on the streets of Uganda knows what takes place in the beds and bedrooms of State House and Museveni's family. It serves them right!

    But if Besigye becomes president, Radio Katwe sends him a warning that he will have to conduct matters of state in a principled and transparent way, otherwise Radio Katwe will undress him exactly as it has undressed Museveni and his regime.

    We are a non-sectarian, non-profit organisation that looks to the dream of a free and democratic Uganda. Winnie Byanyima issued a warning to Museveni threatening to expose his dark secrets. Our warning is issued not just to Museveni. If Besigye or any other presidential candidate becomes another Museveni, we shall strip him bare to his underwear as we are doing to Museveni now.

  • Countdown to the Ugandan election --- a special report

    With only a few days left to go before the momentous election of 2006, the pace of events in Uganda has picked up and Radio Katwe will, as usual, give the interested public the angles which nobody else can give, because we are outside the reach of the Uganda government in censoring, closing down, or controlling what we say.

    We are not like Ugandan newspapers or radio stations which have to live with the fear of being shut down by the Broadcasting Council or the Government Media Centre, or State House.

    As you read this, all hotel and motel rooms in Entebbe town have been booked by families and individuals preparing themselves for the worst.

    Several Asian families have already left Uganda and there are reports that President

    Some reports say Museveni's son, Major Muhoozi Kainerugaba, has also taken his family out of the country.

    The FDC's polling agent around the country have been told not to take anything for granted and are being put on the alert.

    The FDC has bought 12 satellite phones and during the voting period the phones will be connected to the PANAMSAT satellite network of South Africa.

    Radio Katwe reported in January that the government planned to cut off the Celtel, MTN, and UTL mobile phone networks on election day to make it difficult for the population to know what is taking place during the government's effort at rigging.

    The DP and UPC have also put their agents on the alert.

    A source with contacts inside State House said that at the last minute, some cabinet Ministers could come out and pledge allegiance to the FDC, although Radio Katwe has not been able to confirm this with a second source.

    President Museveni met foreign journalists at his Rwakitura home on Saturday, February 18, but details of what they discussed and the reason for the meeting are not yet available.

    The European Union brought in observers who witnessed the recent election in Liberia and they say they are confident that they can detect any election tricks that might creep up in Uganda.

    The most important question is where the Presidential Guard Brigade will be deployed on February 23.

    It is common knowledge in Uganda that the rest of the regular army does not support Museveni and he can only count on the 12,000-man PGB, which has the best equipment in the army.

    One arm of the PGB will have to be in Nyabushozi guarding the President as he casts his vote while the other will be in Ruhaama country both guarding First Lady Janet Museveni and voting for her in a contest where she is the underdog.

    The third arm of the PGB will be deployed to guard key installations like Entebbe International Airport, the airforce base in Entebbe whose only valuable property there is the Presidential Jet.

    The other part of the PGB is the Mechanized Brigade based in Masaka and commanded by Major Kainerugaba.

    The rest of the PGB is spread out across the country where every army battalion has a PGB unit, presumably to counter any mutiny or coup attempt.

    The source close to State House referred to earlier also said that in nearly every army barracks, the walls are dominated by posters of Colonel Kiiza Besigye, not those of Museveni as would be expected.

    The situation is so sensitive that soldiers at the Makindye Military Police barracks for the past one week have been under virtual house arrest.

    They are locked inside the barracks for most of the day until 6:00 p.m. and are only allowed to get out for two hours until 8:00 p.m. Even then, they must report exactly where they are going before they are allowed out.

    Sources in the barracks have told Radio Katwe that the measure was taken after it was discovered that most of the Military Police were sneaking out to go and attend Besigye's rallies.

    With the army not on Museveni's side except for the PGB, anything could happen on February 23.

    If for example the people in Arua, Mbale, Kabale, Masaka, Masindi, Soroti or Jinja feel that Besigye has won the election but the government is trying to rig the votes, the same demonstrations which broke out when Besigye was arrested on November 14, 2005 could be repeated across the country.

    Most likely, the police and regular army would join in the demonstrations or would refuse to obey orders to shoot at the crowds. In such a situation, the PGB would find it impossible to spread itself all over the country to crush such a mass uprising.

    A situation that becomes fluid after the voting has ended would favour the opposition.

  • Can U pliz investigate anews about Lusse. The former bussiness man who has been all over safe houses being tortured in the pretex his supporting rebels. It should be intresting. Siraje Kalyango 'ajournalist used to write about his case. Thanx

  • Katumba Wamala and 25 army officers under watch, phones tapped

    Reports circulating in Kampala and Entebbe say that the commander of the army's Land Forces, Lt. General Edward Katumba Wamala has been put under a 24-hour surveillance, with his landline and mobile phones being tapped by Military Intelligence and his army radio communication closely monitored.

    Reports, broadcast in the 10:00 p.m. news bulletin last night by CBS FM, also known as Radio Buganda, said that Katumba Wamala had been arrested, but they were denied by the army spokesman Major Felix Kulaigye.

    Radio Katwe has reported that Katumba Wamala and his superior, the Chief of Defence Forces, General Aronda Nyakirima, shocked President Museveni in the first week of January during a meeting, when they both made it clear that if Colonel Kizza Besigye were to win the election, they would accept the will of the people.

    Museveni ordered Katumba Wamala to be put under surveillance, but he found it difficult to do the same because Nyakirima is a Muhima and has close family ties to the powerful people at State House.

    Reports in Kampala this morning also say that 25 army officers, none of whom is a Muhima, have also been put under surveillance, with their phones and military radios being monitored.

    The 25 officers are from the regular army, not from the elite Presidential Guard Brigade which many observers consider the only part of the army loyal to Museveni.

    Meanwhile, there are reports that General Salim Saleh, the half-brother of President Museveni and de facto chairman of the Elect Museveni national task force, has been overseeing the printing of additional and illegal ballot papers in Jinja.

    The FDC has written to the chairman of the Electoral Commission, Badru Kiggundu, drawing his attention to reprints that extra ballot papers were being printed on the night of February 21 at the Picfare factory in Jinja.

    "We have received a very credible tip that Nytil Picfare sent their regular staff home and brought in Asians for a night-shift of printing. Our sources have reason to believe that they were printing more ballot papers the whole night. Kindly take an immediate interest in this matter and investigate it," the statement dated February 21 and signed by special FDC envoy Anne Mugisha, reads.

    Radio Katwe reported a few days ago that General Saleh was in Jinja last week on a campaign tour. A Radio Katwe informer who watched Saleh distributing money to the public at the YWCA Club in Jinja thought it was Saleh just going about his bribery and campaign mission.

    But with this FDC letter to Kiggundu, it sheds more light on the Radio Katwe story and makes us wonder if Saleh's trip to Jinja was not, after all, to work on the printing of the extra ballot papers.

    Radio Katwe has also began to get a clearer picture of how the rigging is being planned.

    Sources told Radio Katwe on February 22 that at a secret meeting between President Museveni, General Saleh, and Badru Kiggundu, it was agreed that Museveni wil be announced as having won 63 percent of the vote while Kiggundu will announce that Besigye won 30 percent.

    The source, however, did not give details of how much the other three presidential candidates have been apportioned in the plan.

    Radio Katwe will be giving further updates throughout the day as the news develops.

  • When I read junk from FDC, it shows how naive and pathetic they're to the core. FDC cream of leadership has been milking and killing ugandans within NRM. Now the pangas have run out they want ugandans to feel sorry for them. Besigye, Winnie Byanyima, Anne Mugisha, Mugisha Muntu are all NRMs that have been denied another panga. We hope the law finds them guilty and the Key is thrown away! If you look at FDC so called supporters, they are kids that have to wait either 1 or 2 years before they can vote. NRM will get 70% of the votes and FDC will have to devide the rest with UPC, DP and the other muganda man. FDC canot take more Votes than UPC or DP.Byanyima's plan to mislead uganda has flopped. Next week uganda will have a new class of losers. What will be the next move? Turn to women NGOs for sympathy and turn them against men?

    Winnie Byanyima is a crack-head whore.
    Where did Besigye get the money to buy petro stations in Uganda?

  • u`a`stupid

  • Kiiza Besigye arrested while trying to flee the country!

    More to come...

  • Govt moves to close Daily Monitor, stop Besigye win

    The NRM government has been taken by complete shock by the strong performance of the FDC presidential candidate Dr. Kizza Besigye in the just ended general election and has begun putting some damage control to the situation.

    This is how events have unfolded.

    The lead story in the New Vision, which is a government-owned paper, was "Museveni leading."

    The headline was intended to prepare the ground for the official announcement of a Museveni "win."

    The chairman of the Electoral Commission, Badru Kiggundu, got instructions from State House to start announcing provisional results, but to start with results from places where Museveni had won, in particular western Uganda.

    Those are the results which put Museveni at 59 percent at first, then they began to climb into the 60s percent, something which Radio Katwe had predicted the day before the election was going to happen.

    Radio Katwe said there was a secret plan by Museveni and his half-brother General Salim Saleh reached in a meeting with Kiggundu, to announce a 63 percent win, and give Besigye 30 percent.

    Many people who tried to follow the results by visiting the Daily Monitor website on Friday February 24, 2006, found that they could not get through to it.

    By mid afternoon, the website had been blocked by the government. The results being broadcast by KFM were also being posted on the Daily Monitor website, so it had to be cut off.

    In the morning, the Daily Monitor got instructions to the effect that it should stop saying its was giving out results from its "Tallying Centre", but instead call it a "Relaying Centre."

    In the afternoon of February 24, the Managing Director of Monitor Publications Limited, Conrad Nkutu, received a phone call from Godfrey Mutabazi, the chairman of the Broadcasting Council.

    Mutabazi said he wished to visit the Monitor offices at Namuwongo to discuss the broadcasting of results by Monitor-affiliated station, KFM. Mutabazi came with the CID officer in charge of election malpractice, Elly Owomnya.

    After Mutabazi had made his phone call, Nkutu received a call from the director of the CID, Elizabeth Kuteesa.

    The CID and the Broadcasting Council had received instructions from State House to find any fault or loophole in the Monitor and FM which would lead them to both be shut down. That is why they were visiting the company's offices to meet Nkutu.

    As many people now know, the Daily Monitor has been publishing and with KFM, broadcasting the real results as they were coming from polling stations all over Uganda.

    These results, sources tell Radio Katwe, took Museveni by complete shock He was stunned into silence and panic at how well Besigye was doing.

    The results were showing the two rivals neck and neck, despite the massive rigging that took place in western Uganda.

    Museveni decided to act before the situation got out of hand. Already, the foreign observers, western embassies and the international media were starting to refer to the Monitor result tally almost in official terms, because they reflected what was on the ground.

    The latest reports are that the NRM is planning as many "spontaneous celebrations" as possible in Kampala.

    This is so that by the time results are officially announced and certified on Saturday afternoon, February 25, Ugandans have resigned themselves to a landslide Museveni victory and Ugandans will even have started to believe that maybe he genuinely won.

    Radio Katwe cannot yet predict what is going to happen to the Daily Monitor, but it warns the public to prepare for the possibility of the Daily Monitor and KFM being shut down, something which could happen by next week.

    It is also possible that by night time in Kampala on Friday, the KFM radio will have been ordered to stop broadcasting its tallied results and maybe even hand the data over to the CID.

    We shall update you on this story as we get more details.

  • your crimes will catch up with you soon

  • Good time writing lies you have.You are right in a sense you feed your disgruntled natural feelings.Good enough the world will not listen to your stupid baseless allegations.

  • thank u 4 informing the world ibeleve whta yu say is concretely true because it is consistent.

  • For Jay, if you are a relative of Mseveni then you have a right to defend him because you are sharing the benefits of his crimes. It is not because everybody knows that it is not Mseveni who killed those people, it is because that is what Mseveni was telling people who were ignorant, but today Ugandans are no longer stupid. They can not be deceived any more. Mseveni staged Amin so as to rise to power. If he is a good man why does he not retire, and let other Ugandans rule. Because he is the real Amin, the dictator, he has changed the constitutions of Uganda and bribing hungry MPs so as to be voted in and his dirty ideologies.
    Ugandans know a lot, many people who were deceived are the ones telling the real story. Mseven told lies like as though he was telling a baby, (Hey am under the bed, if any one comes looking for me tell them am not in) the baby will say exactly the same. Now we know, sorry for you Jay, no more propaganda. If you are a Ugandan, and love Uganda, then Mseveni must go. If you are like Mseveni, you will perish the way he has made others perish. Deep down in you you know the whole story but you are in a state of denial. You have decided to numb your conscience to pretend nothing wrong is happening, you are just deceiving yourself. All Ugandans know the truth. The Idea of Indians was all the opportunity given to Mseveni. He knew that even Obote was to expel them. Mseveni hates notherners, he has used them to divide Uganda, as he was killing many of them during the time of Amin and even reached an extent of calling them Animals so that the bantu fear them. The northerners are very smart, and are very generous and are warriors.
    Ugandans unite and we shall be the super power of Africa, but without Mseveni.
    Mseveni has now prepared for another genocide in Uganda. He has given guns to the Baralo and are now obsessed with peoples land, look at what was happening at migingo. It was reported to Nyerere that Amin wanted to extedn Uganda to lake Victoria, did it happen, now it is happening, who is the Amin? Mseveni is the real Amini. He never talks about his father, he never honors his family only the in-laws and relatives of his wife, why never Kaguta. Uganda is open to foreigners, but does he have real Ugandan documents? Is he a citizen of Uganda by even registration? He has give power to his family. Ugandans, open you eyes, freedom is coming tomorrow but be united. We are one Uganda under one God.

  • i wish u writers here had the common sense of not telling the world naked lies!we all should work together for the good of our country.president museveni har liberated this country from anarchy.may God give him longer life so that ordinary ugandans can enjoy peace.i pity u people who instead of engaging in produktive work for the economic growth of uganda sit and write here utter noscence.enough of this shhet!

  • Let us stop publishing what we do not know.

    OK,whatever you want, tell yourself,but Mzee kaguta is a leader who is not easy to get in Africa.He has worked for Uganda and he is still working for Uganda so well it is the people like you who will never accept anything good done by others that will never appreciate.
    True,your a good writer but your misusing your talent.Instead of using it to build your country,,you have decided to destroy those who are willing to make it a place for all of us to enjoy.
    You will one day say sorry when Mzee museveni has gone-that is if your really doing all your doing in ignorance.But if it is intended,,then you know what your doing......But Ndugu,come down and be patriotic.If your trash is read by people who cannot analyze,,it will hurt them.

    What if all the individual trash your attributing to the first family was true,how does that affect the running of the country today,Time is never an enemy of the truth.(Dr Ahamed Segedo of IUIU has always told us that the truth has got one true face and that you cant fool the world forever),How long has Mzee Museven ruled us.If your a believe do you think Allah is the enemy of Uganda.Long live Mzee Museveni

  • Museveni belongs not in State house but the Hague!!
    The thug has been killing people since the 70s to today!

  • I think those who hate Museveni are going too far.
    Personally i think Uganda has developed because of him. All those things are being said to incriminate him. Well then who is the good one. Is Dr. Besigye a saint. He must be having a million crimes

  • YOU are mistaken you must be refering to idd amin not museveni!!!!!

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