Wednesday, June 21, 2017

#Uganda govt sanctions brutality on civilians @KagutaMuseveni @IGPUganda @PoliceUg @aKasingye @StateHouseUg @USAmbUganda @EUAmbSchmidt





The driver
of the police vehicle in this video just got acquitted.  This same video is one that shows the extreme
police brutality which was praised by Inspector General of Police (IGP) Gen.
Kalyekezi Kayihura shortly after and you can see clearly that the police are
randomly beating up un armed people simply because the people were celebrating
the release of opposition leader Dr. Kizza Besigye.
As a matter
of fact, after this video IGP Kayihura was summoned to court and he hired a
crowd of unemployed youth who laid siege at the court house threatening even
lawyers and judges and the IGP did not bother to show up.
The IGP was
also summoned by parliament and refused to show up.  The magistrate who had called IGP to court
ended up dying mysteriously a short time later, very much like many who dare
annoy Kayihura or President Yoweri Museveni.  If you do not believe this ask them to show
you the investigation reports from Joan Kagezi and Gen. Aronda plus many others
including the Kaweesi one who seems to have been killed by more than 30 people
and 13 children.
Back to this
brutality, the world has been looking on forever and doing nothing and not
demanding that it ends.  The donors are
in Uganda and see this daily but they are busy wining and dining while for
Photo Ops with the people who are tormenting Ugandans on a daily basis.
If you do
not believe this too, where is that copy of the #Kasese massacre investigation
report, in case you have it and us in the public do not have a copy.
So given all
this, is it any wonder that the recent 3 week disappearance of the man whom
most Ugandans see as Chemical Ali, Kayihura, is it any wonder that Ugandans
were celebrating his possible poisoning and death?  And he had the audacity to say that people
love him and that is why they were asking. 
Non brother, they were organising a big feast upon confirmation of your
death.


Martha Leah
Nangalama

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