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Government spy asks opposition parties to work hard and over throw president Museveni

In Senegal opposition won presidential elections. “Can opposition in Uganda do what the members of opposition in Senegal did?” The former spokesman of DP, Mwaka Lutukumoi whom we are told he is now a spy asks. Mwaka says that opposition parties need less bloodshed but total mobilization of grassroots voters amidst ‘bogus’ electoral Commission’ the […]

Opposition members ask court to put police boss Andrew Kaweesi on charge sheet of Ariong’s murders

Soon and very soon the hunter might become the hunted. The members of opposition parties inUgandahave asked the High Court to put the Kampala Metropolitan police commander, Andrew Kaweesi on the charge sheet of people facing murder charges over the death of the former inspector of police, John Bosco Ariong. Ariong was killed last Wednesday […]

DPP denies being used to fight political wars

The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Richard Butera has denied allegations by the President of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), Col. Kiiza Besigye that he is biased. Besigye told an opposition gathering on weekend in Jinja that parliament should pass a vote of no-confidence against Butera because the DPP is fond of imposing charges against […]

Mabikke and Abed Bwanika oppose Museveni impeachment

  Two political leaders, Michael Mabikke and Dr. Abed Bwanika have opposed the MPs move to impeach President Museveni. The MPs’ proposal to impeach Museveni is being driven by MP Odonga Otto (Aruu) and Ken John Lukyamuzi of Lubaga South. Abed Bwanika and Mabikke say that the MPs who plan to impeach Museveni are in […]

Policemen who work with opposition to lose jobs

The policemen who work with opposition face to lose their jobs. A source in Uganda police have told us this evening that the inspector general of police, Kale Kayihura in a radio call message today warned that its illegal for civil servants to work with opposition members. The source quoted Kayihura as saying that there […]

Opposition members who asked British Parliament to investigate oil saga in Uganda face arrest on president Museveni orders

Opposition members in Uganda who petitioned the British Parliament asking it to investigate the oil agreements recently signed between Uganda and Tullow oil company face arrest. Uganda intelligence officers intercepted this letter yesterday and handed it over to president Museveni who has now directed police to hunt for the people behind it. The authors of […]

Opposition parties vow to fight government officials who have looted national resources

It seems the long suffering Uganda opposition leaders and members who have suffered untold looting, harassment and torture from rapacious Ugandan leaders are now fighting back by mobilizing Ugandans and working with the international community such as England and USA to aggressively fight the Uganda National Resistance Movement officials who have reportedly stolen wealthy. Some […]

Col. Muhoozi donates 5 millions to Kampala school

  The son to president Museveni, Col. Muhoozi Kainerugaba was the guest of honour at the party that was organised by Kampala Kindergarten in Nakasero when the school was celebrating its 60 year anniversary this week.  Muhoozi after giving his key note speech donated five million shillings to be used to construct the new school […]

Col. Kiiza Besigye has vowed to continue participating in anti government protests

FDC leader, Col. Kiiza Besigye has promised to continue with his anti government protests in the New Year until the current inflation, political persecution of opposition members and politically motivated arrests ends. Besigye’s remarks comes after the police in Kampala told the media yesterday that the FDC president will continue to be under their surveillance […]

Opposition political gatherings banned in Kampala

  Things are getting worse forUganda’s opposition politicians and parties every day that passes. At first the police halted them from holding political rallies at Kampala City Square grounds, as if that was not enough, the same police has directed that any political gathering organised by the opposition has to first get clearance from Uganda Police. […]

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