Why Museveni prefers an unpopular Police force

By Charles Kamya Ssentamu President Museveni on Thursday this week sent a message to police, especially it's senior command, to strive to improve the image of the force. To achieve this, the President implored them to stop vices like corruption, murders and aggregated robberies, which are high among the force. This message was sent to … Continue reading Why Museveni prefers an unpopular Police force

Museveni’s signature move applied to Abdallah Kitatta

By Charles Kamya Ssentamu. Mr. Kitatta presided over a terror group of youth that were a law unto themselves. Initially they stationed around the Lubaga area where their boss, Kitatta, was based. Later they spread around the entire Kampala. In his heyday, Kitata was feared by all: he brandished guns to anyone whether lowly and … Continue reading Museveni’s signature move applied to Abdallah Kitatta

Museveni’s “10-point programme” has become a tired fallacy

By Charles Kamya Sentamu President Museveni has recently been boring people with recycled speeches or writings as old as his stale 33 year old regime. For the past 33-year he has not missed an opportunity to remind Ugandans of the so-called 10-point programme that his National Resistance Movement (NRM) rode on to capture power. Taken … Continue reading Museveni’s “10-point programme” has become a tired fallacy

Bobi Wine condemns Museveni’s illegal land evictions

By Charles Kamya Ssentamu Over 26,000 poor Ugandans have been evicted from land they have owned for generations, regardless of an outstanding court order barring such evictions and in total disregard of the Constitution of Uganda. That is the subject of a fire-breathing Facebook post by Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi. The vulnerable residents on … Continue reading Bobi Wine condemns Museveni’s illegal land evictions

Calls grow louder for Gen. Museveni to pack his bags

By Charles Kamya Ssentamu Voices have continued to grow for Dictator Museveni to leave power after his 33 years of mismanaging the country. The latest came from influential and celebrated scholar Prof Yash Tandon, who called time up for his long term friend Yoweri Museveni. “Mr Museveni, who is a good friend of mine, please … Continue reading Calls grow louder for Gen. Museveni to pack his bags

Drama as senior NRM historical cadre castigates media clampdown by Museveni

By Charles Kamya Ssentamu Drama ensued in Bugolobi, a Kampala suburb, on Wednesday when a top NRM official berated Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) for the arbitrary decision to suspend nearly 40 senior journalists in the country. The journalists are accused of “breaching minimum broadcasting standards.” They were suspended without a hearing and with no consultation … Continue reading Drama as senior NRM historical cadre castigates media clampdown by Museveni

General Muhozi Kainerugaba holds meeting to assassinate opposition leaders

By Yusuf Kirya     A reliable whistleblower inside Uganda’s security circles has revealed to this website that last week Lt. Gen Muhozi Keinerugaba held a meeting with trusted directors within the security organs and on the agenda were plans to assassinate a number of opposition political leaders before the political situation gets out of … Continue reading General Muhozi Kainerugaba holds meeting to assassinate opposition leaders