Gen Museveni’s presidency hanging ‘precariously on cliff edge’

Uganda police chief Gen Kalekyezi Kayihura with the man he is said to have been ordered to harass out of office - PM Amama Mbabazi.

By Henry D Gombya The nearly 30-year presidency of Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni is hanging ‘precariously at the cliff side’ as Ugandans change course and head away from what they now consider ‘a shattered bus whose driver has lost focus, vision and the good will of the passengers’. Having used the gun to fight his way to power in 1986, the Ugandan leader is being warned even by those who used to be seen as very close friends who are now said to be openly telling the ageing dictator that Ugandans have called time on his leadership and are doing everything they can to force him to vacate power ‘by any … Continue reading

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Museveni ‘spy’ kicked out of Uganda organization in Netherlands

Ibrahim Ndaula (1st right) who has been dismissed from the UDE for allegedly spying against Ugandans in the Netherlands  for the Ugandan regime.

By Richard A Luce Information reaching our news desk from The Hague say a man believed to have been spying on Ugandans in Scandinavian countries has been kicked out of an organisation he has been using as a front for his activities. Following a vote by seven out of the eight members of the Uganda Diaspora Europe (UDE), Ibrahim Ndaula who until now has been Secretary for Mobilization for the UDE which is based in The Hague, was dismissed from the organization with immediate effect. A press release sent to The London Evening Post by Mr Dradenya Amazia said: “As UDE we have overwhelmingly voted to suspend Ndaula from the … Continue reading

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African Union calls for collective effort on fight againt Ebola

President Koroma and Dr Mufunda at the Ebola Emergency Operations Centre in Free Town.

By Staff Reporter The African Union Commission has called on all member states, partners and the international community, to complement its efforts in replenishing the African Public Health Emergency Fund to mobilize more resources including the deployment of several hundred medical personnel in Ebola affected countries so as to ease the strain on overstretched treatment facilities. The call has been made by Mrs Wynne Musabayana, the Deputy Head of Communication and Information Division, in a press statement issued to media this week to update the continent on efforts made to respond to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The statement confirmed that the current Ebola Virus Disease epidemic has killed … Continue reading

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ICC prosecutor Bensouda accused of fuelling conflicts in Africa

ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda allegedly

By Jessica A Badebye The International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has been accused of breeding instability and fuelling further conflicts in Africa, which her court does not have the capacity to contain or resolve. The accusation was made by the Chairman, Pan African Forum Dr David Matsanga Nyekorach in his 16 point chronicle explaining how the ICC has killed the African dream of development. The 16 point chronicle issued to The London Evening Post broadly expounded Matsanga’s struggle against Western intervention in Africa. He said that politics has undermined the credibility of the court that has to deliver judgment on the cases of Africans who are hated by … Continue reading

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Obama sends US Air Force back to Iraq killing fields

US President Barack Obama addresses nation in the grounds of the White House before catching Martine One and Air Force One to his vacation.

By Michael D Shear President Obama sought to prepare Americans for an extended presence in the skies over Iraq, telling reporters on Saturday that the airstrikes he ordered this week could go on for months as Iraqis try to build a new government. “I don’t think we’re going to solve this problem in weeks,” Mr. Obama said before leaving for a two-week vacation on Martha’s Vineyard. “This is going to be a long-term project.” The president repeated his insistence that the United States would not send ground combat troops back to Iraq. But he pledged that it and other countries would stand with the Iraqi leaders against militants if they … Continue reading

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