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Monday, March 20, 2017

#Uganda opposition trip over each other to mourn for their assailant


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Ugandan Opposition leaders showing more love and loss for assassinated Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Andrew Felix Kaweesi than NRM regime ministers, why? – Rabba Naga

[Rabba Naga, the senior freedom struggle leader operating from within the Museveni camp asks why the Ugandan Opposition has been loudest in expressing love and loss for assassinated Assistant Inspector General of Police, Felix Andrew Kaweesi – 20/03/2017]

Short statement published by Rabba Naga on his Facebook Page

Uganda zaabu they say:
I have not heard ministers from Mr Museveni's government parade themselves to talk about the assassinated AIGP Felix Kaweesi. Other than Mr Museveni who was his commander in chief and Tumukunde who is minister for security I haven’t heard ministers, NRM party functionaries, UPDF officers etc., flocking to kulambiro.

Instead it is the Maos, the Besigyes, the muntus, the Prof Turyamureeba, etc., outdoing each other in showing love and loss! For instance, I haven’t heard Kigongo speak, or Jeje who is actually the minister of internal affairs, etc.


For some time now, it has been hard for me to know who is who in this never ending political circus.
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I remember they showed no love when 67 bodies of opposition youth washed up on the beaches of Lake Victoria. They continued campaigning.

Only 3 weeks later they said something. Same thing with Kasese. No word for weeks. I begged. No word. No national day of mourning in both cases.


And now how KB supporters are condemning regime for refusing KB from going to church service.
Martha Leah Nangalama

http://nangalama.blogspot.com/2017/03/uganda-opposition-trip-over-each-other.html

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Ugandan Opposition leaders showing more love and loss for assassinated Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Andrew Felix Kaweesi than NRM regime ministers, why?

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