Summary: Ugandans have kept ‘lazy’ for a long time and they have therefore been taken for granted by the looters who seem to think everything belongs to them by right. Having woken up at last, and already on the march to reclaim their country, they are on the march despite all bribery, the brutality and murder from the NRMO police and court cadres not withstanding. They have, at last, overcome the threshold of fear. They are tired of ‘living without a shadow’.
So, those that ‘ate’ [Uganda-speak today] public money be it GAVI [HIV and tuberculosis UN funds, or CHOGM funds, road funds, plot-land fraud, etc, etc, etc, time for ‘shaming’ is at hand.
From the population and from even within the NRMO itself [those who may loose out on appointments and some patriots within], it looks like the trigger will be the re-appointment of the sycophants named in the CHOGM scandals by Auditor General Muwanga then by the PAC but exonerated in the plenary of Parliament by the NRM caucus, led by Hon Winnie Masiko (Rukungiri Woman Rep. [who has thus entered history as the ‘pleader’ for thieves].
By the Plenary meeting of Parliament not following the recommendations of their own (i.e. Parliament’s) Public Accounts Committee [PAC], the NRM caucus made our parliament a laughing stock in parliamentary practice worldwide. They are like a mother who strangles her own baby, if not like the hungry bitch that tears its own newly-born puppy to pieces, as the first post-delivery meal. SHAME ON THE WHOLE CORRUPT, THIEVING BUNCH.
Retribution: Fortunately, everything is on public record, in the Hansard and they have stained their names and reputation for the next 1000 years, if not longer.
Unfortunately, the CHILDREN and GRAND-CHILDREN, (if not their posterity) of the likes of Ms Winnie Masiko and the seconder of the exonerating motion [who else other than the Gen. Sec. of NRM and the conqueror of Temangalo with NSSF booty, the only Patrick Mbabazi in Uganda, will be shamed to, for ever.
By the way, the right thing the UPC’s said was that M7 was ‘ekyihaze’ [a young rascal]. Not such an off-point categorisation, may be because he had served under them [Specifically under Akena Adoko’s Den. Service Unit – reserch Dept. under one Okweje]
But look, they (UPC’s) gave Gen. Kalekezi a scholarship to MUK law school and later to LSC [London School of Economics], only for him to conclude the cours ena d end up in Luwero, vis belgioum.
On his recent ‘flying panic’ visit to Nairobi, the NRMO party leader, when questioned by a journalist on the “Amin-like” acts of murder [did Amin shoot babies?] and brutality by his forces, replied with something like this: “….. why can’t the leader [Dr. KB] follow Police orders by example”, insinuating that what ever the Police do, even tell a citizen is lawful. This wrong song is now repeated verbatim by all his executioners [Kalekezi and dinosaur Kivedhinda] as though it were the truth. This post says that the police can and are issuing unlawful orders, ‘repeated from the ABOVE], violating the rights of the citizens, even to earn a living. The post also proves that IT IS THE POLICE, NOT THE CITIZENS, WHO ARE VIOLATING the law by interfering with the citizens going about their daily routines. Thus, M7 seems to justify the attempted assassination of his political rival, not unlike what Amin would have done – as though returning a stone with a live bullet also lawful!
Especially addressed here is one Sedrace who posted a letter in the ‘Observer Newspaper’, commending Police brutality, as though the Police were the law, let alone, the Constitution of Uganda.Sedrace Musiimenta (and others in The Observer, 05.05.2011) calls on the Police to continue with the brutality they are visiting on the babies and people on their houses/in their cars. Let him (her?) answer the following questions;
1/4). Two weeks ago, Dr. KB went with about 70 supporters to a church service at Gayaza. The military were there, fully armed. They left the marchers ALONE. These Besiege fans came from church and went to the Dr.’s residence without incident because the so called police/red tops never interfered with them. What does this teach you and me, Sedrace?
2/4). Next, Dr. Otunu bought groceries at Nakawa market (no incident) and then walked to Uganda H’se with a professional police officer. No incident (except the officer was later dismissed but later recalled then demoted).There was no violence. What does this teach Sedrace?
3/4). UNLAWFUL POLICE ORDERS: Secrace thinks , wrongly like the cheats afraid of the truth, that whatever the police says or orders is lawful but let all know that in our current circumstances, this is not always. You cannot stop a person from going to earn bread for his kids lawful, especially without a magistrate’s warrant. THE POLICE ARE NOT THE LAW sir!!!
4/4). In Nairobi, the ruling party leader repeated 100 times that “the ‘walkers’ or their leaders do not follow the law as directed by police”. What this insinuates is that any government militia (civilian), LDU, partisan policemen/army man, etc says IS LAW and this is where most people are going wrong. Our law does not specify that one needs police permission to demonstrate and this has been proved before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Uganda [Kivumbi Vs Attorney General]! This fake condition is in the colonial Police Act that itself contravenes our Constitution today. SO, WHATVER ORDER THE POLICE HAVE GIVEN TODAY is an UNLAWFUL order and should therefore not just be obeyed or used to harass a citizen. Even the blind ones like Sedrace should admit this although he/she may be misled by a former guerrilla and by the other NRM propaganda channels.