MR PRESIDENT: NOW IS THE TIME TO TALK – open letter

    MR PRESIDENT: NOW IS THE TIME TO TALK - an open letter to Museveni by Stephen Kamugasa on 23rd March 2021 Dear Mr President, If there is one thing we have all learned from the 2021 presidential election in Uganda, it is this: Democracy is a cruel mistress. No one has a monopoly … Continue reading MR PRESIDENT: NOW IS THE TIME TO TALK – open letter

RELATIVES OF ABDUCTEES STILL SEEKING ANSWERS

National Unity Platform (NUP) leaders continue to call for countrywide demonstrations as families cry out for their loved ones whom they say were either abducted or arrested by the security. Some of them say their people did not appear on the government list released early this month, wrote Derrick Wandera. SOME OF THE ABDUCTEES WHO … Continue reading RELATIVES OF ABDUCTEES STILL SEEKING ANSWERS

“DARK POLITICAL CLOUD OVER UGANDA” from “WE THE PIPO”

Here is an article published by WE THE PIPO * whose stated purpose is to "advocate for a Uganda where there is rule of law, fairness, justice and respect of human rights; a Uganda where priority is placed on human development and welfare, service delivery, as opposed to feeding and sustaining the few in power; … Continue reading “DARK POLITICAL CLOUD OVER UGANDA” from “WE THE PIPO”

MORE REASONS WHY UGANDANS SIGNED THE PETITION

It is mostly Ugandans who are signing the petition, which is encouraging for non-Ugandans to know. We can be reassured that we are not "interfering" but are supporting and adding weight to the voices of Ugandans who are desperate for the world to act to help bring about change through non-violent means and an end … Continue reading MORE REASONS WHY UGANDANS SIGNED THE PETITION

15 YEAR OLD NEPHEW OF BOBI WINE ABDUCTED

Sunday 21st March 2021 Bobi Wine tweeted this news: "This morning, the home of my elder brother, Nyanzi Fred was attacked by heavily armed security operatives travelling in a 'drone'. They put all family members on gun point. Sensing danger, Nyanzi was able to escape, but they took his adopted son, Happy Mugisha. The intimidation!" … Continue reading 15 YEAR OLD NEPHEW OF BOBI WINE ABDUCTED

UK MINISTER FOR AFRICA ALLEGED TO HAVE CONLIFCT OF INTERESTS IN UGANDA

Bobi Wine’s US lawyer, Bruce Afran wrote this article in Declassified UK on 18th March 2021 Extract: Bruce Afran noted: “We have had extremely good responses of support from both the United States and the European Union. The one exception to this has been the United Kingdom, which has not spoken out and indirectly congratulated … Continue reading UK MINISTER FOR AFRICA ALLEGED TO HAVE CONLIFCT OF INTERESTS IN UGANDA

COMMONWEALTH and ITALY’S APPROVAL OF MUSEVENI

16th March 2021 MUSEVENI HOSTED THE COMMONWEALTH SECRETARY-GENERAL  I find it disturbing that the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Rt. Hon. Patricia Scotland QC, chose to visit Museveni at a time of such unrest in Uganda when there is so much evidence of irregularities in the Presidential Election compounded by intimidation, as well as daily abductions, … Continue reading COMMONWEALTH and ITALY’S APPROVAL OF MUSEVENI

REASONS WHY UGANDANS HAVE SIGNED THE PETITION

  Stephie: "I am signing because I want change and I want to be free from this corrupt government of a murderer m7 [Museveni]. Because of the thousands of innocent Ugandans that were murdered before and after the elections 2021. Because of the innocent Ugandans that are abducted by the regime each day - among … Continue reading REASONS WHY UGANDANS HAVE SIGNED THE PETITION

NEWS FROM UGANDA – up to 18th March 2021

  I have been posting  updates about Uganda on FACEBOOK and TWITTER almost daily but haven't managed to keep up with posting on my Blog as well. So here are some of the posts from the past ten days. I am sorry it is such a long post. The news continues to be very disturbing.   … Continue reading NEWS FROM UGANDA – up to 18th March 2021

CORRESPONDENCE WITH BRITISH MPs ABOUT UGANDA

Two of us, living in Conservative constituencies in Lancashire and Leicestershire, have received emails from our MPs in response to the issues we raised about the apparent lack of concern and action by the British Government to the serious violations of human rights and the breakdown of democracy in Uganda. I was disturbed not only … Continue reading CORRESPONDENCE WITH BRITISH MPs ABOUT UGANDA