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No more Private transport and get ready for Curfew – Museveni adds more actions in the move to fight The Corona virus COVID-19

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Museveni on corona virus
Museveni on corona virus

Kampala – Uganda,

Countrymen and countrywomen

I am here, to again address you on the issue of the corona-virus. I first, addressed you on this issue on the 18th of March, 2020. Before I addressed you, together with the experts, we had discussed, in depth, the science of this virus. In that study, we had discovered the following characteristics of this virus.

1.   It spreads through inhalation if somebody with the virus coughs (okukororra) or sneezes (okwetsyamura) near you ─ within four metres from you. It will, then, infect you through the inhalation of the rwooya (vapour) of the sick person that would have coughed or sneezed.

2.   The second mode of spreading is when the infected person pollutes surfaces such as tables, door handles, etc. If you touch the polluted surface and, then, touch yourself in the soft parts of the body: eyes, nose or mouth, you also get infected. The virus cannot go through the normal, intact skin of a human being. It only goes through the soft parts mentioned above.

3.   Although the healthy people afflicted may survive, it can kill alot of people that already have other medical conditions such as Aids, blood-pressure, pregnancy, diabetes, sickle-cells, cancer, the elderly, etc. In China, its kill rate was 4.05%.  In Italy its now 11.03% and Spain, its kill rate is now 8.4%.  It even kills the young people in some circumstances, like the young doctor, Li Wenliang, of Wuhan in China, who first identified this problem. He was only 33 years old.

Given its spread methods ─ sneezing and coughing by an inconsiderate and careless person in a cluster of people bunched together as well as an individual’s own carelessness of touching the soft parts of your   body (the eyes, the nose and the mouth) without washing your hands or sanitizing them first, after careful study, we decided that this virus will spread fastest if it gets into large concentrations of people, some of whom may be behaving inconsiderately or carelessly as stated above. We, therefore, adopted the strategy of dispersing any concentration that may provide fuel to this virus.

In my address of the 18th of March, 2020, I put out 13 actions that dealt with this problem, in part, as well as other associated matters.  The 13 measures were:

(1)   Close all the Educational Institutions which accounted for 15 million young Ugandans;

(2)   Suspend communal prayers in Mosques, Churches or in Stadia and other open air venues;

(3)   Stop all public political rallies, cultural gatherings or conferences;

(4)   Banned Ugandans from moving to or through category one (I) countries that had had a large number of corona cases by that time;

(5)   We allowed returning Ugandans provided they underwent mandatory quarantine, at their cost, for 14 days at a venue identified by the Ministry of Health;

(6)   We allowed the non-agricultural gathering points to continue but with SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) put out by the Ministry of Health; and these gathering points were: factories, hotels, large plantations, markets, taxi-parks, etc.;

(7)   We discouraged the hexagonal, extravagant Ugandan-style weddings; if in a hurry, we encouraged the couples to go for the scientific weddings by the actual stakeholders, accompanied by a few people;

(8)   Burials could not be postponed, but it should be for a few people ─ the concerned homestead;

(9)   With the 33 million farmers, according to the 2014 census, there was no problem because they are dispersed in their farms, plantations, etc.; the only issues to deal with here were the monthly or weekly cattle auction markets (ebikomera); and obutare (food markets); these were suspended;

(10) At that time, we thought that we could continue with the public transport systems of buses, mini-buses, taxis, boda-bodas, etc., provided they were given SOPs;

(11) The discos, dances, bars, sports, music shows, cinemas and concerts were all suspended;

(12) Number 12 was hygiene and enlightened (not kikafiri behavior ) behaviours of not coughing or sneezing in public, no spitting, washing with soap and water or using sanitizers, regularly disinfecting surfaces such as tables, door handles, etc. and not touching your eyes, nose or mouth with contaminated and unwashed hands; and

(13) Ended with nutrition to strengthen the body defence system.

We quickly, however, learnt that some of the actors were not obeying these measures and that, for instance, the returnees from abroad, from the high risk countries, were escaping from the quarantine even when it was mandatory. The ones in self-quarantine were also escaping, e.g. the Chinese that were arrested on the Congo boarder, in Zombo or the returnee from Kisumu that is the father of the Iganga baby that turned up positive that went into hiding. These gaps could cause us serious problems.

These gaps were undermining the strategy of denying the virus the fuel that it could ignite and sustain its expansion by ensuring that there is no match-box and there is no dry grass ─ no virus and no concentrated masses. Therefore, on the 25th of March, 2020, on the 41st Anniversary of the battle of Rugaando, I announced two new measures:

1.   Stopped all passengers coming into Uganda by air, land or water; this affected in-coming planes, buses, taxis or boats;

2.   Also prohibited from entry were the pedestrians ─ people walking on foot from the neighbouring countries.

In all these measures, we were careful to clearly state that cargo planes and cargo vehicles, within Uganda and between Uganda and the outside, should continue with only the crews for the air-crafts and 3 persons per cargo vehicle.

Then, on the 21st of March, 2020, we announced additional measures as follows:

(i)                    All public passenger transport vehicles are stopped and those were: taxis, coasters, buses, passenger trains, tuk-tuks (tri-cycles) and bodabodas;

(ii)                 Secondly, in order to scale down the numbers of the populations in the markets, we announced that only food sellers should remain in the markets; the non-food sellers should suspend their activities.

However, private vehicles could continue but with only 3 people maximum per vehicle. However, ambulances, army vehicles, garbage collection vehicles, etc., would continue.

Since that time, we have been monitoring the situation. It was good we took all these measures. However, there are still windows through which the virus can continue to spread.  As of today, the 30th of March, 2020, 31 Ugandans and 2 Chinese have been confirmed as being positive with the virus.

Almost all of them are imported cases by Ugandans returning from mainly Dubai (UAE), Europe, the USA and Afghanistan.  Only 3 are the ones that received it from the importers. These are: the wife and daughter of the Masaka man and the baby from Iganga whose father had returned from Kisumu in Kenya.  Out of the 33, the number of  eight (8) were intercepted at Entebbe, in the quarantine or, even, at the airport, like the case number one, who was detected by the temperature monitor and another 7 that were first identified by the temperature monitoring system. This means that 14 out of the 33 had already entered the ekibuga (city, town), the lujja (compound) and some had even entered omuunju ─ munyuumba (inside the house) since we did not detect them at the Eireembo (the main entrance) or they escaped from the Eishaazi ─ the holding ground ─ by escaping from the quarantine.  How many other Ugandans did they interact closely with to infect them? That is what we need to discover and soonest.  It is good that those who start feeling the symptoms report themselves, like the case from Hoima did.  However, this disease has two characteristics that make the work of fighting it tedious and quite challenging and need maximum vigilance.

One characteristic is that some of the infected people may not feel sick and may not even know that they are infected. Yet, they will continue spreading the disease, of course, through the carelessness of the general population of, for instance, polluting surfaces and touching oneself in the soft parts of one’s body: the eyes, the nose and the mouth; and sitting very close to one another even if the infected person is not coughing. After further careful analysis, we have come to the conclusion that to be on the safe side, it is better we err on the side of caution than to wait for a possible situation like of some countries where a 1,000 people are dying per day from this disease.

The second characteristic of this virus is that those that are infected, even when they survive, they take long in the hospital. In China, one case took 2 months. This has caused the filling up of all the hospital places even in the countries with advanced medical systems, until a situation where the medical authorities have to decide on who should be allowed to die and who should not.

Therefore, with these cases that had entered in the house, we should not wait for that situation. Incidentally, we now have under quarantine, a total of 839 persons.  Even those that are alleged to have escaped from the quarantine, have all come back. How many people had they interacted with and how careless are they with the sitting close to one another and with the carelessly touching their soft parts? We, therefore, think that there is less risk in taking the risk of the bitter medicine of maximum restrictions for a limited time than gambling by assuming that pollution was limited when we are not absolutely sure. Since we started this campaign of sensitization, if everybody listened by not coughing and sneezing near other people, by not sitting too close to one another when the infected person has got no symptoms and by not carelessly touching oneself in the soft parts, the cases that entered into the house would not have spread the disease. The question, however, is:  “Did all our people listen?”

That is why it is better not to take any risk by being complacent and assuming that everybody took heed when many may have not taken heed. That is why we have decided to take additional measures as follows:

1.   Measure number one is to prohibit all people to people movement by everybody including those using their private vehicles, bodabodas, tuk-tuks, etc.  Why?  Two reasons: (i) some private car owners have turned their cars into taxis, transporting the two people we had permitted, assuming that they would be members of one’s family, when in fact they were passengers being charged the exorbitant fare of shillings 50,000/- from Kampala to Jinja.  Hence, the problem we were trying to cure of allowing the mixing of people from different sources was not being addressed. Instead, it was taking new forms.  The people with private cars were now the new public transporters without licences and facilitating the dangerous mixing in the process.  Secondly, even more importantly, even if the private car owners had been disciplined and only moved around with only the 2 members of their families, still that movement would be dangerous because we do not know who has the virus now and who does not, given the penetration of the imported cases into the society, short-lived though it may have been.  The ban on privately owned passenger vehicles will take effect from 2200 hours (Ten O’clock ─ Shaaha inna  ez’ekiro), today, the 30th of March, 2020. I would have given the public time to adjust but on more scientific study, it was found that this would be a wrong policy. Why? A longer time would give people time to try and go to the villages. In so doing, they may transfer the sickness. We, would, then, not be curing anything. This freezing of movement will last 14 days from the 1st of April, 2020.  This time it is not Fool’s Day; it is wise-person’s Day.

2.   The second category of concentrations are the shopping malls, arcades, hardware shops, which gather alot of people to sell and buy non-food items.  These are suspended for 14 days starting with the 1st of April, 2020.

3.   All the non-food shops (stores) should also close.  Only food stores, stores selling agricultural products, veterinary products, detergents and pharmaceuticals should remain open. The Ministry of Health should work out SOPs for those stores. Many people should not be allowed to congregate there and form lines to buy.  Home deliveries should, instead, be encouraged.

4.   The Super-markets should remain open but with clear SOPs that should restrict numbers that enter and leave the site at a given time and the handling of trolleys within the super-markets.   Alot of people can be infected by handling the unsterilized trolleys within the super-markets.

5.   The established Food Markets in Kampala and the other towns should continue to be open.  However, two precautions must be observed.  One, the distance of four metres to the front, to the left, to the right and to the rear ─ between seller and buyer and also seller and seller must be observed in all the markets. Secondly, the sellers must not go home during the 14 days. They must arrange to stay nearby for that duration. That movement between workplace to home and back, is part of the problem.  How are the people you left at home and how do you move to work if there is no public transport? It is that mixing that we want to freeze ─ between home, enroute and workplace.  Be in only one place for 14 days and we see what is happening.

6.   Saloons, Lodges and garages should also be shut for 14 days from the 1st of April, 2020.

7.   Like the farms, we would like the factories to keep producing because that is the life-blood of the country. However, the danger is in the workers going home and coming back.  It is that daily movement that must be frozen. Let the factory owners arrange for the crucial employees to camp around the factory area for the 14 days.  If they cannot do that, let them suspend production for 14 days.

8.   Construction sites should continue if they can be able to encamp their workers for 14 days.  Otherwise, they should suspend construction for the 14 days.

9.   The essential services are: the medical, agriculture and veterinary, telecommunication, door-to-door delivery, financial institutions, all media, Private Security companies, cleaning services, garbage collection, fire-brigade, fuel stations, water departments and some KCCA staff should continue to operate.

URA should also not close business on account of not paying taxes in these 14 days. These employers should, however, see whether they can encamp some staff near the workplace for the 14 days, which is the preferred way, or else get a special exemption from the RDC with the concurrence of the District Medical Officer.

10. Cargo transport by train, plane, lorry, pick-up, tuku-tukus, bodaboda and bicycle, within Uganda and between Uganda and the outside, must continue but only with minimum numbers, technically needed as follows:  Cargo ─ Air-craft ─ only the crew; Lorry ─ not more than 3 persons i.e. driver, tonne-boy plus one, etc., as will be directed by the Ministry of Transport, working with the National Task Force on the Corona virus.

11. Gatherings of more than 5 persons are hereby prohibited.

12. Except for cargo planes, lorries, pick-ups and trains, starting with the 31st of March, 2020, at 1900 hours (Saa Moja ya Usiku), there will be a curfew throughout the whole of Uganda.

All other movements should stop. Let people stay in-doors in their homes except for the cargo-transporters. The exemption of cargo transporters does not apply to the bodabodas, tukutukus or bicycles in the curfew hours.  Those should only operate during daylight hours.

13. In order to deal with some unavoidable health issues like mothers in child birth or very sick people, permission can be sought from the RDC to use private transport to take such a person to hospital.  Additionally, government vehicles that do not belong to UPDF, Police, Prisons or UWA, will be pooled and deployed at the District Health Offices, including the divisions of Kampala, with their drivers, staying in tented compounds, ready to help in those health emergencies. Those vehicles will be under the command of the District Medical Officer.

14. On account of this pandemic, some sectors of the economy are suffering, such as the tourism industry, the entertainment industry, the transport industry, etc. However, as I said earlier, new opportunities are emerging in this misfortune.  You have seen how the demand for sanitizers, face masks, bicycles, etc., has stimulated new industrial opportunities.  Working with the IMF and the World Bank, we shall set up a fund in UDB to accelerate industrialization through import-substitution and export promotion. You have seen how dangerous it is for Africa to excessively depend on imports from outside. This is the time to wake-up.

15. We are going to discuss with Banks, electricity companies and water companies in connection with the loans and bills, many people have with these units.  It is not correct to disconnect water or electricity on account of non-payment during this time of shutdown or to seize properties on account of the non-payment of loans.

16. Government workers should also stay at home for the 14 days, except for the Army, the Police, the Health workers, the Electricity, Water and Telephone workers.  Even there, however, SOPs should be worked out for the soldiers, etc., that do not stay in the barracks.  This problem of not staying near the workplace is something I have never supported. At one time, I wanted to shift and stay in Lubiri when it was still a barracks.  The Army leaders, that time, pacified me by turning both Nakasero and Entebbe into barracks, including taking over Nsamizi Hill.  People who do not stay in barracks, should either stay away for the duration of the shut down or camp in the barracks.  The families of the soldiers and policemen should also be controlled moving in and out of the barracks should be suspended and so should the visitors.  Otherwise, we can have a major outbreak in the barracks. The vehicles of the Army, Police, ambulances utilities’ vehicles, Prisons, UWA, etc., will continue to move on orders of the competent authorities.

The Government anti-Corona-virus actions of stopping public transport and other measures have put the drivers and other people out of work.  Besides, many of them live hand to mouth ─ the daily bread. Without those activities, especially in the towns, such people may not be able to buy food.  The Government, after properly identifying these people will distribute food to them in the form of akahuunga (maize flour), beans, powder milk, sugar, salt, etc. In the meantime, I direct the Police to arrest the opportunistic and irresponsible politicians who try to distribute food for cheap popularity.  Those are very dangerous to the health of the people.  When you try to distribute food or money in such a situation, people gather around you.  Many people can be infected in that process.  You will, therefore, have caused the sickness or death of those people.  Anybody involved in that effort will be arrested and charged with attempted murder. Today, Mr. Elumelu sent me US$150,000.  I will use it to buy, may be, three (3) four-wheel drive vehicles to use, by the Ministry of Health to use in this effort.  Those trying to take patients to hospitals, must also stop because they spread the virus in the process. If they have money, let them contribute it to the Task Force to use in a disciplined and safe way. In Mbale, the Chinese donated to me two four-wheel drive Jeeps.  I have donated these to the Task Force of the anti-corona virus.

However, the crucial point is the stopping of the epidemic.  I do not want us to lose millions of our vulnerable people to this wholly avoidable epidemic just on account of indiscipline. What is the indiscipline?

it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai. 
it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai.

Coughing or sneezing where there are other people; not washing or sanitizing your hands regularly; touching yourself in the soft parts of the body with unwashed hands, the soft parts being the eyes, the nose and the mouth; and congregating in numbers when science is telling us to avoid this wholly avoidable danger, disperse and do not congregate.

The idea, a Sheikh sent to me the verse from Isaiah, Chapter 26: Verse 20. It says: “Go home my people and lock your doors! Hide yourselves for a little while until the lord’s anger has passed”.

I had love with my neigbour during the corona virus covid- 19 Quarantine

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A pneumonia of unknown cause detected in Wuhan, China was first reported to the WHO Country Office in China on 31 December 2019.

• WHO is working 24/7 to analyse data, provide advice, coordinate with partners, help countries prepare, increase supplies and manage expert networks.

• The outbreak was declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020.

• The international community has asked for US$675 million to help protect states with weaker health systems as part of its Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan.

• On 11 February 2020, WHO announced a name for the new coronavirus disease: COVID-19.

WHO WhatsApp health alert launches in Arabic, French and Spanish

it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai. 
it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai.

27 March 2020

Today, WHO is launching dedicated messaging services in Arabic, French and Spanish with partners WhatsApp and Facebook to keep people safe from coronavirus. This easy-to-use messaging service has the potential to reach 2 billion people and enables WHO to get information directly into the hands of the people that need it.

From government leaders to health workers and family and friends, this messaging service will provide the latest news and information on coronavirus including details on symptoms and how people can protect themselves and others. It also provides the latest situation reports and numbers in real-time to help government decision-makers protect the health of their populations.

The service can be accessed by a link that opens a conversation on WhatsApp. Users can simply type “hi”, “salut”, “hola” or “مرحبا” to activate the conversation, prompting a menu of options that can help answer their questions about COVID-19.

 

Breaking – 8 people test positive for corona virus in Uganda – ministry of health

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it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai. 
it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai. 

Uganda , it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai.

Remember we had only one case 1 of a guy who returned from Dubai.

Uganda announced Saturday no person will be allowed to enter country starting March 23 in a bid to prevent introduction of coronavirus to the landlocked East African nation.

“We have decided to prohibit all passenger planes coming from outside Uganda from landing at any of the airports of Uganda. Only cargo planes will be allowed to fly in and out of Uganda,” President Yoweri Museveni said in a televised address to the nation aired on NTV-Uganda.

it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai. 
it has been confirmed by the ministry of health that 8 people have been found with the corona virus . These people had returned from Dubai.

Museveni added that relief and emergency planes belonging to the UN and humanitarian agencies will be allowed to land at specified locations.

“Uganda by God’s mercy has not yet recorded a single case of this terrible virus. Nevertheless we must fine tune our strategy against this enemy (COVID-19),” he said.

The Ugandan leader further ordered that no Ugandan or foreign national be allowed to enter the country through its land or sea entry ports, except for cargo truck drivers whose crew members should not exceed three people.

Now the total number is 9 people.

CMI and ISO threaten to Kill me because i Support Bobi wine – people power Activists Cries out

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Baker kalyango
Baker oBaker kalyango

Kampala – Uganda , A people power comrade by the names of Baker Kalyango Also known as ENGO YA FIREBASE has publically claimed that he is getting threats from the Government intelligence agency,  like CMI and ISO warning to kill him if he continues support Bobi wine .

Kalyango claims that he is in fear because they call him every day and night threatening him. He says

My life is in danger Am always receiving calls mbu CMI, ISO And the last calls I received we where at Makindye court Firday wen someone called me he said ‘we are following you Naye manya obulamu bwo obutunze gwe wefuule mbu oyagala nyo Bobi wine there and even I left the court to a safe place era since Firday I have been offline for that reason

My view to you people the so called security agents Police,Iso,CMI and others your role is to protect us but if you’re interested in killing and creating fear into us i swear to God sigenda kuziikiza kale mukole kyemwagala Anti mwe bakatonda I don’t know if it’s done to stop me from contesting for Mayorship post Naye Katonda yasinga okumanya esawa yange bweba nga yenno Amiina let mi go with the struggle abasigaddewo bajja kwambala Engule

Nze Baker Kalyango Engo Ya FireBase mubendobendo lye Mpigi ate nga nze Mayor adako”

We will be updating what’s next.

Den City was brutally Tortured in the safe house but still Strong – People power’s Joel Senyonyi Laments

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Den city was brutally tortured but still strong
Den city was brutally tortured but still strong

Uganda Kampala,  the people power spokes man Joel Senyonyi and the Legal team boss David Lewis Rubongoya have confirmed that their own activist named Den City was brutally wounded by the NRM forces when he got arrested , they said

“One of the things that most energises me is the spirit of unity amongst our supporters whenever tragedy befalls us. Whether one of us is arrested, tortured or killed, we all of a sudden become a family- united together in grief, engulfed by a rare sense of oneness. At that point, everything becomes secondary and we all become citizens of Uganda who are being persecuted for daring to exercise our freedoms of conscience, expression and assembly. All shades fade and we get engulfed in a spirit of comradeship and solidarity. You get to see this when a magistrate grants cash bail and a comrade risks being taken back to Luzira prison. At that point, people bring 1k, 5k, 20k…..each according to his or her ability, and before you know it, someone else is rushing to the bank of deposit the money!

That is the sense we all felt inside the hospital room where our brother DenCity was being treated yesterday. A few days ago, DenCity was brutally arrested, tortured and kept in detention for days – both at a police station and a place he thinks was a safe house. Everyone at the hospital was trying to see how to help.

Many had visited Kawempe Police Station each day to check on DenCity and Bobi Young. Despite majority being low income earners, they spent the little money they had to buy food and other items to ensure that our comrades did not sleep hungry in the jail cell.

People power Activists killed

I am very glad DenCity is out of illegal detention. I know he may soon be there again as all of us could be there. He mentioned that upon arrest he was injected with a substance on the hand, and he is worried what that was and what it might do to him.

I was very delighted to see his resolve! Above all, my heart was warmed by the unity and comradeship. We may not have much but we are a people united by a cause greater than all of us. A people united can never be defeated.” David Lewis said .

“Yesterday we visited comrade Dennis Senono(DenCity) at the hospital where he is getting treatment. He was brutally arrested and beaten, then eventually taken to CMI Kireka. Blood was oozing out of his ears, plus some other injuries. However, he is strong and looks forward to raising the People Power flag again.” Joel said .

Stay connected for more updates .

 

Your church CREDIBILITY Because of What you preach, The public blust Pastor Bujingo

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Your church CREDIBILITY Because of What you preach, The public bluust Pastor Bujingo
Your church CREDIBILITY Because of What you preach, The public bluust Pastor Bujingo

Kampala -Uganda, Sometimes we seem to respect people in their position and they think we don’t know their stupidity. Now like this Man calling himself a pastor.

He is just here playing around with peoples faith. He even has no shame of his foolish statement on the people power supporters. Bujjingo the only pastor in the world who has ever exposed his own wife’s privacy in public and still calls himself a pastor or a being with sense. He he banayuganda balabye.

Your church CREDIBILITY Because of What you preach, The public bluust Pastor Bujingo
Your church CREDIBILITY Because of What you preach, The public bluust Pastor Bujingo
Your church CREDIBILITY Because of What you preach, The public bluust Pastor Bujingo
Your church CREDIBILITY Because of What you preach, The public blust Pastor Bujingo

Now Ugandans let me tell you an open secret.
A CHURCH THAT HAS LOST ITS VOICE FOR JUSTICE, IS A CHURCH THAT HAS LOST ITS RELEVANCE IN THE WORLD.
For those who will understand my message knows what next. And let’s focus on our struggle.
-People power our power
KYAGULANYI ROBERT SENTAMU for President 2021.
I won’t go beyond that.

You have Forgotten Where you came From- People Power Critics Tell Eddy Kenzo (You betrayed Us )

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You have betrayed us
You have betrayed us

The people power Comrades in the struggle have penned down a strong letter to Eddy Kenzo claiming that he has betrayed many of them and what he believes in . The letter is below

AN OPEN LETTER TO EDDY KENZO

Dear brother and longtime friend,

I greet you in the mighty name of Allah (if you still subscribe to the prestigious holy Islamic teachings anyway).

I understand this letter will find it’s way to your honorable desk and now that it’s shared on social media, several of your friends will share a piece of it.

I know you have accumulated a lot of wealth from the state lately since you went to bed with the dictator but allow me remind you of the golden masaka days just to set the record clear.

Nyaru as we used to call you was such a beautiful name, if you remember the defunct BUDDUKIRO project and the home boys (Isaac Kolobba, Kony, Kalanzi etc)

Enough of the history. The biggest milestone in your career was and is your entry into the Firebase crew. You have said it time and again that this was your life changing moment.

Since then you were a proud ghetto product, a true Bobi Wine creation. The poor people’s ambassador. You were truly our own.

Kenzo meeting m7 and getting billions should not blind into thinking that the poor people who raised are useless. Driving a state given v8 shouldn’t be the reason you fight your godfather Bobi Wine.

When you to took this paths, Bobi never humiliated you, he still held on to the memories you shared. Kenzo this move you took obtaining billions of taxpayers money to organize an NRM event in kololo (disguising as a festival) will be the final nail in your coffin.

I know this may not make sense now that you are living at large at the expense of the very people that shielded you, but this letter will resurface at a later date when all is lost.

Pretend you have forgotten me, but our Masaka history is rich.
Keep betraying your hommies, one day you will realize who loved truly the poor nyaru vending milk in masaka.

Ndi munnamasaka munno, ndi wa people power, ate ndi wa firebase. Meaning letter was written in good faith.

Stay blessed.

Kayabula Lukyamuzi Edd as usual

ISO boss Bagyenda’s Son Convicted with Murder Of His Girlfriend

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ISO boss Bagyenda's Son Convicted with Murder Of His Girlfriend
ISO boss Bagyenda's Son Convicted with Murder Of His Girlfriend

ISO son boss Brian Bagyenda has been convicted of murder of his then 22 year old girlfriend

Brian Bagyenda who is accused of killing his 22-year-old girlfriend Enid Twijukye in January 2016 has been convicted of murder. Bagyenda, a pharmacist was today on Monday convicted by Justice Moses Kazibwe of the High Court in Kampala alongside his accomplices Innocent Bainomugisha, a-24year-old cleaner, and Vincent Rwahwire, a 28-year-old casual worker.

ISO boss Bagyenda's Son Convicted with Murder Of His Girlfriend
ISO boss Bagyenda’s Son Convicted with Murder Of His Girlfriend

The judge says the evidence brought to court was satisfactory showing that Bagyenda committed the crime while sober and normal not as his lawyers were saying that their client had some brain related issues.

Bagyenda accused his girlfriend of cheating on him with another man.

Stop branding Fellow Comrades as Spies, Focus on Our main Mission 2021

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Stop branding Fellow Comrades as Spies, Focus on Our main Mission 2021
Stop branding Fellow Comrades as Spies, Focus on Our main Mission 2021

The Ghetto President also known as Bobi wine has at the end sealed the allegations of ‘spies from NRM’ with the People power Brigade he leads . He said .. 

Comrades,

I bring you all greetings and inform you that we are doing well both in spirit and health. Our trip has been immensely successful and I look forward to giving you an update when we return tomorrow.

However, there is a matter which I feel cannot and should not wait. The continuous mudslinging of comrades and branding them spies and moles should stop.

Over the course of these two years, many of the comrades we work with in #PeoplePower have been branded spies or enemies planted by President Museveni amongst us.

I want to guide all of you comrades not to buy into such narratives which many times derail us and divert us from the cause. Yes, we are aware that many times dictators like Museveni are bound to compromise some of our colleagues. But first and foremost, what we are doing is not criminal.

Whatever we say in private, we also say publicly. We are on a mission to end President Museveni’s dictatorship and we are not shy about it. It is not a secret.

Many times, these narratives are sponsored by the regime to sow discord amongst us and discourage our people.

Our approach has always been that we do not judge people by what others say about them. We judge them by their actions. We shall see them by their fruits. Our strength lies in our unity, more so at this critical phase of the struggle.
#Mission2021

 

What if We let Bobi wine be the pilot without your Guns – Hajji Semwogerere Challenges Captain Mukula with a pilot story

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What if We let Bobi wine be the pilot without Gun - Hajji Semwogerere Challenges Captain Mukula with a pilot story
What if We let Bobi wine be the pilot without Gun - Hajji Semwogerere Challenges Captain Mukula with a pilot story

Ashraf Ssimwogerere’s letter to Capt Mike. Mukula

ASALAAM ALAIKUM WARAHMATURAHI WABARAKATUH.

A short letter to Capt Mike Mukula.

Dear captain, hope you are doing well. I thank you for appreciating and loving arts. You have always supported us.
Sorry for that saga of Brian White. He really owed you a lot of money. Let me hope you solve it good as you are politically from the same nest.

The other day when on CBS fm with Med Nsereko, you said that Hon Kyagulanyi doesn’t have experience to be a president. Using your profession Captain, you went on to compare Bobi’s political carrier with that of a pilot.

That if you are given a chance to choose a pilot to fly you to Arusha, you can’t go for a pilot who has just graduated and commissioned. But you would pick an experienced pilot. I completely agreed with you captain. However I remained with some questions, which I hope you will answer me and others to understand you better.
1. What if the experienced pilot has crash landed two aircrafts in the last six months.

2. What if this experienced pilot is occasionally drank?.
3. What if the experienced pilot was retired because of his age. But thru corruption he stubbornly refused because the manager of the aircraft company is his Muzukulu?.
4. What if the experienced pilot occasionally not only doses but sleeps in the cockpit?.

What if We let Bobi wine be the pilot without Gun - Hajji Semwogerere Challenges Captain Mukula with a pilot story
What if We let Bobi wine be the pilot without Gun – Hajji Semwogerere Challenges Captain Mukula with a pilot story

5. What if the experienced pilot wants to enter the cockpit with a gun?.
6. Having answered all the above, would you still deny a newly qualified pilot from your flying school to fly you to Arusha?.
I would be very grateful if my questions find you in good shape to answer.

Yours faithfully,
Hajj Ashraf Simwogerere.