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Museveni Has just Opened Old wounds When he sent UPDF to South Sudan.
Museveni added salt to injuries after he sent UPDF to South Sudan to prop up Kiir's government from an attempted coup.
According to reliable sources, over 200 Ugandans in South Sudan have been killed and mostly due to Uganda's interferance
in internal affairs of South Sudan and many are being hunted down. According to Uganda government UPDF was sent to
South Sudan to evacuate Ugandans but many UPDF soldiers have been killed in the conflict and the rebels have captured
numerous UPDF Tanks. It is well known that after the death of George Garanga, the South Sudan's government promised
to release the investigation report that caused the crash that killed Garanga. As in Uganda, the Kiir's government
has never released the report. Upon hearing the death of Garanga, Museveni was supposedly devastated by his death, Information
ministerand government spokesman James Nsaba Buturo at the time said instatement, that president Yoweri Museveni stayed away from funeral of Sudan First Vice President John Garang because he was going back to attend a crucial meeting that never took place.
To be Gay in Uganda is an Automatic Death Sentence.
The Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill (often called the "Kill the Gays bill" in the media due to the originally proposed death penalty clauses, was passed by the Parliament of Uganda on 20 December 2013 with the death penalty proposal dropped in favour of life in prison. The bill must be signed by the President of Uganda before becoming law. The legislative proposal would broaden the criminalisation of same-sex relations in Uganda domestically, and further includes provisions for Ugandans who engage in same-sex relations outside of Uganda, asserting that they may be extradited for punishment back to Uganda, and includes penalties for individuals, companies, media organisations, or non-governmental organisations that know of gay people or support LGBT rights.
The private member's bill was submitted by Member of Parliament David Bahati on 14 October 2009. Same-sex relationships are currently illegal in Uganda—as they are in many sub-Saharan African countries—punishable by incarceration in prison for up to 14 years. A special motion to introduce the legislation was passed a month after a two-day conference was held in which three American Christians asserted that homosexuality is a direct threat to the cohesion of African families. Several sources have noted endemic homophobia in Uganda has been exacerbated by the bill and the associated discussions about it.
Tribal Army in South Sudan Sparked off Fighting
It is sad that people of south Sudan are paying a heavy price with their lives because of leaders that think that the tribe that hold s power should exclude others from their country's affairs. Like in Uganda where the army is dominated by the Rwandes and Museveni's tribe, are controling the nation's affairs and the Museveni's government has exclusively left out other tribes in the army and many in governments employments, South Sudan has done exactly the same and the citizens of South Sudan have paid the most price with their lives.
Mej. Gen Muhozi and Brig. Leopold Kyanda almost got into a shoot out at Bombo Army Barracks
A shoot out almost took place at Bombo army barracks involving heavily returning armed UPDF soldiers from Somalia . The land forces commander Maj. Gen Muhoozi and Brig. Leopold Kyanda and other top military commanders were almost traped by over 400 heavily armed UPDF soldiers returning from Somalia.
Museveni's Regime is about to Crumble on its Corruption Weight.
Since Uganda Obtained its independence in 1962, Uganda has produced prenty of so called big man's rule and highly personalized rule and mostly loyalty was obtainedby force orfinancial inducements. Yoweri Museveni when he forced his way in state house in 1986, he promised something different and 27 years later, Museveni has failed steer the country away from big man's mentality. Museveni's style of governance has major implications for the future stability of Uganda. Its highly personalized nature means that the stability to degree is tied up in the pockets of Museveni himself just like Zimbabwe.
Uganda is Ready for People's Power, let us flex our Muscles!
Yes we can and yes you can too. People power refers to the potential of citizens to make change in their communities, their countries and change a dictatorial regime. M7 is wounded and understands that his government can be changed by the residents of Kampala city. All governments that have ruled Uganda including the colonial government, all had a had time with Kampala residents and they were all bad governments. M7 understands that he has no power if he has no control of Kampala because that is where the economical center is. He just asked Ugandans to respect the sanctity of marriage but the man does not respect the sanctity of law. Ugandans should start a civic education or engagement where individuals and collective actions are designed to identify and address issues of public concern.
Museveni Owns Part of Air Uganda Business.
President Yoweri Museveni currently on working visit to France arrived in the country on Thursday evening and was received at the airport by Uganda’s ambassador to France Nimisha Madhivan, MPs Oleru Abason Huda of Yumbe District and Joseph Musinguzi of Ntungamo Municipality.
Air Uganda is largely recognized as the national carrier, following the collapse of Uganda Airlines in May 2001.
Headquartered in Kampala, and with its operations base at Entebbe International Airport, Air Uganda uses a fleet of five aircraft to operate scheduled flights from Entebbe to various countries in Eastern and Central Africa.
Meridiana Africa Airlines (Uganda) Limited is 100% owned by the Celestair Group, which in turn is owned by the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED). AKFED also controls Air Burkina and Air Mali, the national airlines of Burkina Faso and Mali respectively, and has an interest in Europe in Meridiana fly.