Tuesday, February 24, 2015


Many of us are hostages of some sort.  However, to take a country of some 34 -38 million people as hostages makes no sense.  They can blow up.  #Uganda has people living in fear daily.  They were liberated and they get to sleep peacefully as long as they remain silent.  Who does this to a population?  Silencing anyone and everyone who dares to point out what we need to fix?  I can assure you that you are making a very big mistake to silence voices of dissent.

We now have people being accused of being terrorists.  We have never had terrorists in our country sauf the people who took child soldiers, murdered our relatives and constrained us to horrible living circumstances.  Do you not know that the Luweero Traingale Massacre and the Mukura Massacre are all over the world? You can silence whoever reports on such atrocities but you will never erase history.  Do you know that the current ongoing murders of the moslem clerics and the influential Baganda business men are also global?  You can silence us but you can never demand that the internet deletes what has been posted.  Did you know that when you intimidate us we actually become more defiatnt?  Did you know that the people you pay to abuse and harrass and cyber bully us have no brains?  Did you also know that they only work for you because they are desperate for food and you do not even pay them enough?  Did you know that your obligation is to build your country instead of destroying it and mortgaging it off to foreigners?  Did you not notice that Idi Amin gave foreigners only 90 days to get out of our country?  Did you also know that all the money being borrowed on behalf of Ugandans will not have to be paid back  The people who are using graft to get billions of dollars into #Uganda will be the ultimate losers.  At the international courts, it will be ruled that the money was not borrowed for the people who have to pay it back.

Did you also know that I am one of your own and would love to return home?  Home where I belong.  But to do what? Nepotism, Inefficiency, Incompetency, Lack of Accountability, Best Business Practices, Medicine in all hospitals, good Roads, paid salaries to our people, no more arbitrary arreests and tortures and murders, food for everyone (yeah, 3 meals daily),,, I will come home when you are ready to address these things.  Stop passing your useless bills which do not address our problems.  How does a Mini skirt even feed hungry kids? Sheesh!!!

For God and My Country
Moncton, Canada
Born and Raised in Uganda (Bududa District)
Martha Leah Zesaguli (Nangalama)
BELIEVE! I wept because I had no shoes until I saw a man who had no feet." Ancient Persian saying  I am a Social Justice and Human Rights Activist. Find me on Face Book.  All my opinions are mine and do not reflect on any employer or organisation. 
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