Friday, April 14, 2017

VIDEO: #Uganda #AprilRevolution will be an Inside Job @KagutaMuseveni @IGPUganda @StateHouseUg @aKasingye @UPDFspokesman


Below are some of the reasons why we do not need an outsider to take down President Gen. Yoweri Museveni.
He made his own bed and this might not be welcome to his regime but we are at war and we shall not need guns.  Many people in UPF and UPDF are ready to take down this dictator for much suffering.
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Tears as police officers are evicted from barracks.
Kampala- Police officers and their families are stranded after they were evicted and their self-help businesses destroyed in what police authorities said was a plan to decongest barracks.
However, the affected officers told Daily Monitor yesterday the eviction could be a ‘punishment’ for the choices they made during the presidential, parliamentary and local government elections.
Forum for Democratic Change presidential candidate, Dr Kizza Besigye, performed better than other candidates, including Mr Yoweri Museveni of the National Resistance Movement at polling stations near police barracks.
However, police spokesman Fred Enanga dismissed the claims, saying the evictions were not specific to any barracks but were cutting across with the view of reorganising accommodation of police specialised units.
“The decongestion isn’t only in Naguru or Nsambya police barracks, but in most of our barracks countrywide,” he said yesterday.
According to the 2010 Police Statistical Abstract, police can only accommodate 49 per cent of their residential personnel which means each unit is occupied by two families.
Since 2010, police numbers have increased by 15,000 officers yet housing units haven’t.
Due to the shortage, the Force allowed individual officers to establish their own accommodation units within the barracks and families of these police officers, who have since been transferred to other places, are also being evicted.
In the evictions that started at the weekend in city barracks, officers from Field Force Police destroyed kiosks and businesses owned by police officers within Naguru barracks that accommodates more than 10,000 officers.
Others affected were civilians living in the barracks, officers who have stayed in the same barracks for more than 15 years, and widows or widowers of deceased police officers.
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Martha Leah Nangalama
Graduated from University of Toronto, Canada
http://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/prospectivestudents/Pages/Programs/Information.aspx

About 6000 families to be evicted from UPDF land in Nakasongola

Hundreds of residents of Rwampanga sub-county in Nakasongola district face eviction following an announcement by the army to repossess its land in the district. The land which is about 20 square miles will house an army base that will be relocated from Entebbe.
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Tears as police officers are evicted from barracks

Thursday March 3 2016 Advertisement By ANDREW BAGALA Kampala- Police officers and their families are stranded after they were evicted and their self-help businesses destroyed in what police authorities said was a plan to decongest barracks. However, the affected officers told Daily Monitor yesterday the eviction could be a 'punishment' for the choices they made during the presidential, parliamentary and local government elections.
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Naguru evictions shake Police

The Police in Naguru have been forced to leave to a new location in Busunju, to pave way for a JLOS project. The Police in Naguru have been forced to leave to a new location in Busunju, to pave way for a JLOS project.
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UPDF Soldier Threatens To Evict 2000 In Isingiro Town Council

Tension is mounting in Kyabishaho ward of Isingiro town council following threats by Samuel Turyamureba, a UPDF soldier to evict over 2000 residents.
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Army to evict 200 residents in Lukaya

Thursday February 23 2017 In 2015, government also asked residents of Mikala Island and those in five villages in Bukakkata Sub -county in Masaka District to relocate to other areas to pave way for re-establishment of a military training base and an airstrip. Advertisement By CHRISTOPHER KISEKKA KALUNGU.

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