Monday, May 15, 2017

Human Rights Watch issues report on #Torture of #Ugandans @IGPUganda @KagutaMuseveni @aKasingye @PoliceUg @UPDFspokesman

Mr. Yoweri Museveni and General Kale Kayihura severely criticised by Human Rights Watch (HRW) over increasing gross human rights abuses in Uganda.
Let us all speak out and act to stop the Dehumanisation of Ugandan Citizens.
[Free Uganda (FU) call to all Ugandans to speak out and act to stop the dehumanisation of Ugandan citizens by Museveni regime - Posted by Dr Vincent Magombe, Secretary Free Uganda Leadership Committee and Press Secretary FU -15/5/217]
Ugandan dictator Yoweri Museveni and his brutal police commander, General Kale Kayihura, are under intense scrutiny and severe criticism, not just in Uganda but also internationally, for the gross violations of the human rights of Ugandan citizens.
Free Uganda welcomes the latest statement by Human Rights Watch (HRW), the global human rights campaign organisation, on the rampant acts of torture and related violations being meted out by Mr Museveni's security operatives and militias under the command of General Kale Kayihura.    
Follow this link to read the full Human Rights Watch (HRW) statement –
Urgent Call to Ugandans
The Free Uganda (FU) message to all Ugandans and friends Uganda across the world is simple and straight-forward - The time is nigh for all men and women of good will to speak out and act to stop the Dehumanisation of Ugandan Citizens.
Mr Museveni and his ruthless commanders, like General Kale Kayihura, Major General Peter Elwelu, and others, who are overseeing the brutality committed by the multitude of torture gangs, must be held accountable for the gross violations and the crimes against humanity.
But this accountability cannot and will not be actualised unless the Ugandan nation is freed from the grasp of the Museveni regime.
This means that the top priority for all those who wish Uganda well is to participate, support or promote, individually or collectively, the on-going freedom struggle to rid Uganda of the much-detested Museveni dictatorship.
Failure to do this can only ensure the continued mass arrests, abhorrent torture and dehumanisation of innocent Ugandan citizens.
Just as Ugandans and friends of Uganda have in the past come together to oppose gross human rights abuses, for example those that were committed under the Idi Amin dictatorship, it is imperative that we all gather the courage and determination to do something about the current absurdities and evildom being imposed on the Ugandan nation by Mr Museveni and his henchmen and henchwomen.

The Struggle Continues!

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