Thursday, March 30, 2017

#US Pulling out from #Uganda's hunt for #LRA's #Kony; #Australia pulls back @IGPUganda @PoliceUg @UPDFspokesman




A Brilliant Genocide is a very powerful documentary. The Ugandan government can no longer hide the atrocities committed in Uganda and in the Great Lakes Regional countries.  In fact, President Trump asked why US was in #DRCongo, #Car and #SouthSudan. Even #Somalia.

The days of President Yoweri Museveni using his army #UPDF to invade countries, cause havoc, blackmail America and Europe to give him money for his egotistical self interests have come to an end.  This is only the beginning.  Yesterday US was in media cutting back UN efforts in #DRCongo which Museveni and his thugs have raped, by 25%.

Do you remember that RT (Russia Today) aired the Brilliant Genocide exactly 2 days before the army bombed Kasese leaving behind a trail of blood, corpses and arrogant generals telling us the innocent had to die because...because..WHY?  Because we wanted to re-invade DRC?  Which we did.  And now who shall locate the mass graves in which your sons and daughters are buried?  Alas! What timing...you have just been watched by over 30 million people globally about a genocide in Northern Uganda and then you proceed to slaughter people as the masses are just getting over the shock of how you killed Acholi?  BAD timing.

You will also remember that every time there is a threat of #US, #EU, #UK and #UN cutting back funding for the #AMISOM (useless African Union defence force) in #Somalia, we get more terrorist attacks.  Those who follow Ugandan politics know that UPDF trains and arms Al Shabaab.  Uganda plants bombs. Why do you think the govt prosecutor Joan Kagezi was gunned down and the investigation died?

If you like what SPAN writes, then do a Google search of "SPAN Nangalama blog".  He wrote a piece about why Joan Kagezi had to die.  She was in possession of information that Kayihura & govt had planted the Lugogo bombing which left some 67 people dead and to this day, no prosecution has taken place.  Uganda police cannot lie to us that they have arrested the killers of Kaweesi or are even close.  They know damn well who killed Kaweesi but having protected killers for decades, now the Chicken comes to Roost.  There is a God after all!  Our tears have been heard.

Martha Leah Nangalama
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The Ugandan military says an aide to Lord's Resistance Army chief Joseph Kony has surrendered, a day after the United States said it will withdraw from the task force chasing the notorious rebel group.

Ugandan military officials said Thursday that Michael Omona, Kony's chief communications officer, gave himself up in the Central African Republic. Omona was part of the LRA for 23 years after being kidnapped by the group in 1994.

On Wednesday, the U.S. military said it will remove its forces from Operation Observant Compass, the task force established in 2013 to hunt down bands of LRA fighters roaming across Central Africa and bring Kony and other LRA leaders to justice.

In a statement, the U.S Africa Command said the task force has "dramatically weakened the LRA in numbers and overall effectiveness." It said the LRA has shrunk from 2,000 to under 100 fighters, and noted that four of the five key LRA leaders have been captured.

FILE - Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, is seen during a meeting with officials and lawmakers from northern Uganda, on the DRC's border with Sudan, July 31, 2006.
FILE - Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, is seen during a meeting with officials and lawmakers from northern Uganda, on the DRC's border with Sudan, July 31, 2006.

Kony, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity, remains at large. A former LRA senior commander, Dominic Ongwen, is currently on trial at the ICC in The Hague.

http://nangalama.blogspot.com/2017/03/us-pulling-out-from-ugandas-hunt-for.html

The African Union Peace and Security Council met in Addis Ababa Thursday to discuss the future of the anti-LRA task force. The council said on Twitter that it may recommend the force be increased, decreased, shut down or left as is.

"Though weakened, LRA remains a security threat," the council said.

A self-styled prophet, Kony launched a brutal rebellion in Uganda that displaced more than 1.5 million people before taking his group into Sudan, the CAR and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The United Nations estimated in 2013 that the LRA had killed more than 100,000 people and kidnapped more than 60,000 over the previous quarter-century.


Both numbers have likely increased since then, as the group has continued to attack villages in remote areas.

VOA 

US Pulling Out From Uganda LRA Mission; AU Mulls Drawdown

The Ugandan military says an aide to Lord's Resistance Army chief Joseph Kony has surrendered, a day after the United States said it will withdraw from the task force chasing the notorious rebel group. Ugandan military officials said Thursday that Michael Omona, Kony's chief communications officer, gave himself up in the Central African Republic.

Violence as @PoliceUg arrests rioters at Kisekka market in #Uganda

#Uganda's Gen. Kaweesi - the "hardworking police role model" @IGPUganda @PoliceUg



At 43 year of age and 17 years of public service under the Museveni regime police force, the teacher by training had attained the rank of Assistant Inspector General of Police.  He had held various strategic
and sensitive command and administrative positions courtesy of political loyalty and Cadreship.

At a personal level, he had acquired the following properties for himself and his family:

1.  A magnificent 8-bedroom mansion (pictured) that sits on a 320-acre piece of land in his village.  It has a 15ft x 20ft sitting room and each of the 8 bedrooms is self contained. It has an extra 3 bathrooms and a Guest Wing with bathrooms and toilets.  It has a one-and-a-half-acre compound with more than half of it paved.  It has piped and running water that was got from sinking a borehole at the backyard.



2.  He had over 100 cows on a farm in his home village.

3.  A bungalow in Kulambiro (pictured), Kampala.  The police used to pay him a housing allowance.

4.  Five acres of land in Mbalala, Mukono near Seeta High School. 

5.  One acre land in Kireka, Bulengwa, land in Namungoona, Nansana, Bweyogerere and other places in and around the greater Kampala.

6.  He had a fancy cloth shop in the city for his wife who also drives a Prado TX.

7.  His bank account is not known but most likely that in the circumstances it is lean.  Illegally acquired cash is usually disguised.

8.  He built roads, churches, mosques, and brought electricity to his home area.



While he made big strides in personal riches, he was busy designing administrative policies that saw his fellow police officers and their families evicted from those shacks and thrown in the cold.  While he often hosted occasional get together parties at his posh mansions, the children of his fellow police officers evicted from the shacks scavenged the debris of the destroyed mud shelters for what to feed
on.  The ugly scenes of police officers and their families shedding tears is a clear testimony that God was not happy with Kaweesi. The above forceful and brutal eviction was because of the February
2016 poll results that witnessed police barracks in Kampala majorly voting the opposition.



Museveni has pledged that the government is to compensate his family.  The police will continue to commit its resources to his family.  The Kwagalana (club of city tycoons) Group has given his family
25MShilling to the family and pledged to make finishing on the family's Kampala house.  If Kawesi had continued working for another five years, he would build a rail way line and airfield at his village
home.  It is reported, he harboured political ambitions of becoming a Member of Parliament.  Following his murder, the government, religious leaders and the public have applauded his magnificent wealth.  No one has come out to question its source.  


Kaweesi was a gross and ruthless abuser of human rights and a partisan police stooge but no one is coming out to point out this.  For millions of children who have grown up seeing him on their TV screens as devil as confused when everyone is applauding him.  For the public servants who are poor just because they have not been abusing their offices, the glorifying of Kaweesi’s ill-gotten wealth gives them the resolve to do 'collateral damage'. At the next national function, Gen. Kaweesi will be post-humously honored with a National Hero medal.  For those who did not know Museveni's MIDDLE INCOME drive, Kaweesi is a classic example.

INFORMATION IS POWER AND DEFIANCE IS THE WAY TO GO.


Change of Guards Blog

http://nangalama.blogspot.com/2017/03/ugandas-gen-kaweesi-hardworking-police.html

#Uganda's Gen. Kaweesi - the "hardworking police role model"

At 43 year of age and 17 years of public service under the Museveni regime police force, the teacher by training had attained the rank of Assistant Inspector General of Police. He had held various strategic and sensitive command and administrative positions courtesy of political loyalty and Cadreship.

#Uganda's #AprilRevolution takes shape


It started like a joke to some of us and we did not take it seriously given that previous such organised things heavily publicized on Social Media have come to nothing but from the looks of it, this one might be serious.
The Ugandan government has taken charge of this revolution.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni this week nabbed some high level officers in the Ministry of Finance for corruption.  This comes as great news for the organisers knowing that the president is now joining their revolution.
The Ministry of Works has also sacked the Managing Director for the Civial Aviation Authority over incompetence.  If this isn't a revolution then what else is?
In another move, IGP Kale Kayihura has reshuffled the top police force and even fired his personal assistant.  Things are shaping up really well.
On the other hand, Dr. Stella Nyanzi and Mrs. Janet Kataha Museveni are embroiled in a fight for humanity. One wants to give pads to all the girls while the other one wants Food Flasks for all school going children as well as cars for parents to drive their children to school so that they can avoid those notorious criminal boda bodas.
While on this discussion on efficiency and change, one Ruhakana Rugunda called an emergency meeting with Ministers to get to the bottom of why the Economy is in trouble. Apparently it is now all Buy Made in Uganda.  Hallelujah!  At least the Rolex stands were not kocked down and now that Nakivubo is gone, everyone can vend their merchandise from their mizigo in the slums of Kampala.  Middle Income Status is for real.
In other developments, Uganda National Road Authority (UNRA) is going to spend $40 million to combat gender violence.  This likely means they are going to educate rapists that it is wrong to rape women even if you are Chinese.  What would be interesting would be if verification of valid work permits is done. Oh, how many pads and food flasks could we buy with $40 million?  It is the fault of those who let criminals get away with impunity but the day is nigh. We are going to install CCTV cameras along all roads and make Mexico pay for it.
Mzee Kaguta is not a joking matter.  He has vowed to end Urban Terrorism starting with Kampala. Incidentally, it is possible that KCCA does not even know that they are in trouble. Send out all the Crime Promoters mzee, we are making progress.  Sorry, I meant Crime Preventers. Slip of the tongue.
Oxfam is joining the revolution by exposing that Rich Ugandans own 35.7% of the country's wealth.  The question then becomes, who owns the other 60% based on the assumption that the remaining Ugandans only own 4.3%?  The Mafia is real!
Then the schools.  Exactly who told you people that Ugandans will let their kids go to schools which are shacks and have no pit latrines or water? Whatever happened to the good old habit of going to the bush and learning under a mango tree?  Bring Back Real Education and #MakeUgandaGreatAgain!  You do also have the option of sending your kids to the great schools in Kampala area that have all amenties. So what if 1300 schools have been closed so far and more are to be closed?  Teach the kids under trees so they can feel the cool breeze of fresh air and have the rain pour down on them and wash away our sins!
Time to check in with #TVO, aka SHAKA for the progress on this new change which is sweeping the country from the hilltops of Mount Rwenzori to the tip of Mount Masaba!  Did we hear Gashumba's voice yet?  We wait to also hear from UPFF and SCOF.
#AprilRevolution.  #YesWeCan.
PERIL OF AFRICA 

The shaping of the #AprilRevolution - Peril Of Africa

It started like a joke to some of us and we did not take it seriously given that previous such organised things heavily publicized on Social Media have come to nothing but from the looks of it, this one might be serious. The Ugandan government has taken charge of this revolution.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

#Parenting is really hard work - kids grow up too fast



Three weeks ago, Mini was so sick she could not move or feed herself and she was missing her "social life" and it half broke both of us down. 

A child who had never been sick since she was a baby was suddenly horribly sick at age 16 and of course we did the hospital things.  Some of my close friends and family know this.  I had not spent all night up in many years and all of a sudden I was watching fever and "water, mom water, mom, take me to the bathroom".

Of course I enjoyed the entire week of no sleep and caring for her while she was livid that in March break she could not go out and hang out with her friends.  She is okay now.

Three days ago she was staying in Moncton at one of her friend's places and something happened to her phone.  She called to ask if she could go in and get a free replacement.

I was livid.  I said somethings I should never have said.  But she has forgiven me.  You see, she goes through 2-3 smart phones every year when our Telco only allows each family member to get a free phone after every 2yrs.  The contract is clear.  But we get these things "I was talking to Cam while riding my bicycle and my phone fell on the pavement".  OR "I am not sure but maybe the dog walked on my phone".  OR I do not know but I think it fell by itself.

So after all these excuses of having to always pay for a new phone, one reacts.  Then she pipes in "but I got really good grades. Did you look at my report card?".  AND this is where Things Fall Apart.  Baby, do you know that I grew up on an analog phone which was always locked up at 9pm and only unlocked at 9am?  "Mom, but that is so like whatever!  Kids these days need their phones.  If I go to school without a phone, how will you text me?".  So I told her to use the pay phone or give me all the mobile numbers of her friends and we use them.


"Do you know how embarrassing that would be for me to walk up to my friends and ask them to let me use their phone to text you and then give the phone back and then you text that phone and tell me something like "you will eat whatever I make for supper?".  Mom, that would totally ruin my life!""

To cut the long story short, she got a new phone.  She is a signor on the acccount and could have billed everything to the account.  But non.  When she gave her phone to be repaired on warranty (6mths left on warranty), the Rep told her that her phone had seen some abuse.  So out of the $900+ she had to pay for the phone, Rogers Wireless charged her only something like $260 for her iPhone 7. She is the only family member on Apple.  But I was thinking, she got away with murder.

She did pay the difference after Rogers Wireless paying the bulk for her to get the teen phone and she came home and sighed saying "I am going to be really protective with this phone".  I cried that day because for some reason our little one does not see how hard it is for the majority of the world to even get one meal.  Until she reminds me that she has been working for years and will now pay all her bills and whatever else.


I went to bed and cried.  I cried for the 3 days.  I think I was still really burned out from that one week when I had to wash, cloth and feed a young lady with a strong mind of her own.  Maybe I cried because she has grown up too fast.  Maybe I cried because my entire village in Uganda does not even have enough food and her contribution of $260 for her phone after Rogers had cut back everything could have fed my entire village for the whole month.

Perhaps I cried because in her I see the new generation which does not think beyond themselves. I could also have cried because I miss that one week when she was so sick and I had to care for her.  Or did I cry because she is much too much like me...beat your own drum and dance to it except I would never leave anyone behind?

I may have cried because her first tournament after a whole 10 days of being invalid and her returning to the court only got her one gold, one silver and one bronze when all her life she wants only gold.  I think I may have cried because I do not understand why anyone would want gold so badly that they would risk being hurt in sports and just go for it!

I really cried because she has grown out of my arms.  So this morning as she was on her way to school, I texted her  and she did not block me.  "Baby, I love you profoundly.  I will not yell at you ever again.  It hurts too much and I cannot bear it".

"Mom, I love you too.  I will try to not say the things which get you angry".  OH.. you have no idea what things she does say and she knows it.

For now, PEACE REIGNS.  May you enjoy your journey with your own child.  God never makes a mistake.  In His perfect image He will show you too. 


Before you ask who killed AIGP Kaweesi, Who killed Brig Noble Mayombo? #Uganda @IGPUganda @PoliceUg



This Sunday March 30, 2014, The London Evening Post begins a special and detailed investigation into the mysterious deaths, disappearances and unexplained car accidents that have taken place since the National Resistance Movement (NRM) shot its way to power nearly 30 years ago and claimed the lives of many Ugandans from all corners of the country.

The investigation will look beyond 1986, the year the NRM came to power and try to understand who was and continues to be behind the killing of prominent people that include heads of state, businessmen and women, politicians, ordinary citizens and most of all, high ranking officers and men of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF).

Our investigation will start with revealing what we have been told is the thinking of the UPDF. How long are they going to let their fellow officers be killed, subjected to unexplained arrests and sent to die in battles in foreign lands? Is the Uganda army surely still solidly behind Gen Yoweri Museveni? Who are “The Three Musketeers” now running Uganda with an iron fist?

Many people inside and outside Uganda have agreed to join us to take on this mammoth task. Many are still serving in the Museveni Government, something that clearly shows all is not well inside the Museveni camp. We will discuss why the bush general is now walking with his eyes fixed behind him, not sure whether to trust even his closest bodyguards.

This is going to be a long investigation and this Sunday we will mention only a few of those we have so far investigated and will tell our readers what we have found. For example, our investigations will reveal that Brig Noble Mayombo used his position in the army to buy something very important that might have hastened his untimely death. What was it? Many have sent us comments that former Speaker of the Uganda Parliament James Wapakhabulo died from AIDS, Really? We have information to the contrary. The same has been spoken about Lt Col Serwanga Lwanga. We will look at what we have been told could have actually happened to him.


Do you remember Maj Gen Kazini – the tall general who was allegedly clobbered to death by his girlfriend who is now serving a prison term? Our sources will name “the giant” that Gen David Sejusa spoke about last year as being the one responsible for Kazini’s murder. On whose orders was this assassin operating? We will reveal the information we have been supplied by a UPDF ‘insider’. And what about Gen Dr John Garang de Mabior? Did he really die as a result of a helicopter crash? We have information that will shock the people of south Sudan as well as the family of the helicopter’s pilot who have been mourning their loved one since.

For those of you who were mature and living in Kampala soon after Idi Amin was overthrown in 1979, you will perhaps recall the sudden rise of killings by unknown gunmen who traversed the capital’s streets in a bus and carried out killings involving strangers that had nothing to do with politics. The bodies of their victims were left lying on the streets of Kampala for several days. Ever wondered why no investigation has ever been carried out about these killings? Who was behind them and why? We will investigate.

What happened behind the scenes on the day the then National Resistance Army entered Kampala? Was it indeed a ‘bloodless coup’ as we have been made to believe? Shock! Horror! We reveal all. This investigation starts on Mothering Sunday. Many mothers will sit and remember their loved ones who were taken away and no attempt has ever been made to explain who was behind their deaths. We will try to give comfort to these mothers by revealing information that has come into our hands regarding those that were behind these killings?

In our investigations, we have come across ‘a pattern of things’ that will shock everyone. Why haven’t we ever looked at this pattern before? Who are the main players in this pattern? Are they still alive? In today’s world, those behind this pattern of killings would be described by psychiatrists as having the mind of a serial killer. Do we then have a serial killer on the loose in Uganda? If we do, who is it? We will investigate.

We continue to appeal to all Ugandans with information regarding these killings to contact us. We will never reveal our sources of information as we are bound by our journalistic ethics never, ever to reveal their names NO MATTER WHAT. Anyone who was in a position to know what was going on is kindly asked to send us an email and we will contact you.

The London Evening Post is very grateful to those of our readers who have contacted us and given us detailed information regarding what has been going on in Uganda all these years. Some of the information we are unable to collaborate and cannot be 100 per cent sure of its credibility. But we have information that could only have been known by those in the theatre of operations. 

We will deal with any information given to us with the utmost professionalism we pride ourselves
Throughout our investigation, we will encourage Ugandans to put aside the fear they have of the regime and embark on the road to liberation. The regime has used the fear of death to silence the majority. We will be appealing to you all to rise up and put fear aside and confront those that have put us under this spell. For it is only through being courageous that we will save Uganda. 

There will be many roadblocks on the way, but by now we surely have become used to going around them.  Finally, we would like to reiterate that while we investigate these killings, we are not calling for revenge. We will be advocating for a truth and reconciliation committee to help us come to terms with what has happened to the country and discuss means by which all will sign to the understanding that this current system of things ought never to be repeated.

We therefore invite all to join us this Mothering Sunday as we investigate the facts behind those that have mysteriously departed from us and whose deaths have never been properly investigated. We would also like all to spend a minute on Sunday to remember those that have lost their lives in suspicious circumstances. Remember them in your own ways. 

Send us names of those you want us to remember who died in such circumstances so that we may post their names in The London Evening Post this Sunday. In sending these names, we are asking that you tell us a little bit about what they were and how they met their deaths. This remembrance is only for those Ugandans who died in tragic and unexplained circumstances, not those who died in natural ways. We will remember them.

LONDON EVENING POST 

Who killed Brig Noble Mayombo? We investigate

This Sunday March 30, 2014, The London Evening Post begins a special and detailed investigation into the mysterious deaths, disappearances and unexplained car accidents that have taken place since the National Resistance Movement (NRM) shot its way to power nearly 30 years ago and claimed the lives of many Ugandans from all corners of the country.

#Uganda #media watchdog bans Advertising religious fakery


In a bid to redeem itself for censoring intellectuals, academicians, political opponents and crashing freedom of speech, the useless UCC has finally decided to do something that will none the less not side track us from the recent insanity of banning The People vs. The thugs in authority show.

While UCC colludes with the soon to be forgotten media houses like NBSTV, we shall still go to the churches, give away the little savings we have, carry out all nighters and immerse ourselves in fake religion as we buy fake miracle rice, fake tea, fake water and allow the charlatans to mine sand illegally while we wait for the good Lord to return and deliver us from the fangs of the hypocrites in our leadership.

ALAS!  Did one minister not recently say that we must not encroach on the religious rights of witches and wizards or did he say we should condemn child sacrifice.  It seems like only yesterday when a high level minister was protecting witchcraft and give our government enough rope, they will hang themselves.

Today it is them Hallellujah Praise  The Lord Types and the 77 Days of Glorious Sinning and tomorrow it shall be the Muslim Clerics and their Mosques being raided. How low shall we fall in praising greed, lies, corruption, theft, murder and hooliganism?  Do the dead cry or could they return and tell us how all our worshiping of fake gods have taken the Pearl of Africa down a bloody path to what is now obviously The Peril of Africa?



Did we not mourn the Muslim clerics that were gunned down like senior government officials and then move on and plant our maize which is being ravaged by Ndiwulira?  Or have we forgotten when prayers were banned and everyone went about their Boda Boda business even when they knew very well that boda bodas are now considered criminals?

The nation might realise too late that all the mosques, palaces and Kingdom worshipping halls shall not protect Ugandans from the Ugandans whom they have for decades feasted upon as though one group were a parasite and the others were the victims?

In the end, while you sit on the high chair or stand proudly in a bullet proof casing claiming to be a committed Christian or Born again as though the gods made a mistake in your first birthing, your piety will not protect you from the wrath of the ones you tell to buy food flasks even after they have gone hungry for days.  Go ahead and close all the schools as they return to the villages and learn how to use pangas and other rudimentary objects of violence which will come crashing at the gates of La Bastille.

#AprilRevolution