Saturday, December 31, 2016

#Uganda's saddest heart of 2016

This article comes from the saddest heart of 2016. When one says one has had a very smooth year, I would possibly guess must be having ties with the regime.

Personally,  the year has been the toughest and roughest of my career. So many lows,  but nothing to do than moving on.

The year started with some of us thinking that this would finally be our year. Little did we know that the people in power would remain power hungry nevertheless they lose.

Februarie came, we flocked the polling stations. Results started trickling in, Dr. Besigye was in the driving seat. Plan B for the regime was to switch off social media. We were so wise. We then turned on VPN on our expensive handsets.

Results showed we won the elections. Yes indeed my President is Dr. Kizza Besigye. They couldn't stop intimidating people with shoot to kill policy. My President was incercarated for months, we lost hope. He was released. He is now in state house doing his duties. We shall come on top soon.

All along political life in Uganda has been the worst of all times. The regime has tortured every other person who has raised his Voice. But please you'll also one time die.

Lastly, 27th November, a day full of misery and grief. I thought I was dreaming but it was true that we were attacked and massively killed. We have been told to keep quiet and leave the issues to the generals but who will talk for us. Very sorry!  We can't keep quiet. That day will remain to be remembered. May the souls of the deceased rest in peace.

With all due respect, I couldn't get reasons to why I celebrate this festive season. And neither would i move to the village to join my people.

This year has been the Worst.


Sir-Mutunzi Hason Cente
Happy 2017.

God will see us through soonest.

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