EXCLUSIVE:
Museveni “ordered murder of Kayiira, Kazini and many others”

Maj Gen James Kazini who was clobbered on thye head and had his skull split by a 6ft 6in thug on orders of President Museveni.
Maj Gen James Kazini who was clobbered on the head and had his skull split by a 6ft 6in thug on orders of President Museveni.

By Henry D Gombya, Editor – The London Evening Post

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni “ordered the killing”  of Dr Lutakome Andrew Kayiira, a former Energy Minister in the Museveni Government who was killed during an attack on the house of this writer in Gaba outside Kampala in March 1987. The Ugandan leader was also behind the killing of a former commander of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) Maj Gen James Kazini after falsely accusing him of sending money to rebels of the Sudan Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA) in Southern Sudan.

These shocking revelations were made today (Sunday) by Gen David ‘Tinye’ Sejusa in a letter to his Kampala lawyer Joseph Luzige when countering accusations that a relative of his had left Uganda recently with US$8million to bring to the General in England where he has been since he left Uganda nearly four months ago. Gen Sejusa said that this was not the first time that his former boss had used such accusations to lay the ground for harassing, disorganising and harming family members of those opposed to him. “The people of Uganda will get to know the game plan of Museveni and his gang,” Gen Sejusa said. “They will know that this is a trick long played by Museveni to get to his political opponents, their families and businesses.”

He revealed that after accusing Gen Kazini of sending money to elements of the SPLA, Museveni “ordered his execution by procuring the services of a 6ft 6in man to murder Kazini”. He went on to say: “Forget that trash of [Lydia] Draru. In case of Kazini, again some forex bureau, originally said to belong to Gen Kazini, but [which] actually belonged to a known relative of Museveni, was later to be used to pass the money for the payment of the executioners of Kazini, to the accounts of the assassins.”

In a story that appeared in the Kampala-based Monitor newspaper, a Kampala Forex Bureau was closed after allegedly handing over $8million to a woman said to be a relative of Gen Sejusa who in turn is said to have brought the cash to London. The paper also claimed that the unnamed woman had passed through stringent security measures at Heathrow Airport in London, handed the money to Gen Sejusa, took a flight home and has not been arrested since for any offence. The Forex Bureau was named as Pakasa Forex Bureau in Bugolobi on the outskirts of the Ugandan capital Kampala.

Before the story of the money being brought to London to Gen Sejusa broke, The London Evening Post had met the General in London and during our meeting with him he had denied reports linking him to owning a property in London. During our discussion he said unlike others in the Museveni regime, no one can accuse him of being corrupt and that he had not made any money at all from illegal businesses and denied owning any property anywhere. Told by The London Evening Post that it had been alleged he owns a property in Chiswick in West London, he said these were some of the many rumours linking him to property in Europe and the United States. He denied he owned any property in those countries. He said in London he was living on the kindness of friends and sympathisers. The London Evening Post actually paid for the drinks during the meeting.

178 thoughts on “EXCLUSIVE:
Museveni “ordered murder of Kayiira, Kazini and many others”

  • August 25, 2013 at 5:34 pm
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    Many Ugandans have died without trace. Human right violation and rule of witchhunt is embless M7 and his henchmen. Ugandans must save their breath and save the future by standing firm against irredponsible leadership.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 8:39 am
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      That is Nonses to say by the least that M7 Government has dirt on it’s hands.It’s people like you who have all along used the Media and other channels to destruct the Government but you have always failed.Go and hang yourselves and M7 would have kidnapped and killed you and thus in turn,you will be turned into a Ugandan Hero for the record.FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 12:31 pm
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        why dont you go and hung yourself b4 asking anyone else to do so. you suck!!! we know the truth hurts. get a rope and hung yourself since you sound so upset.

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        • August 30, 2013 at 1:42 pm
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          It might be nonsense for you but o us its sense, Ssejusa, has been at time behind these missions under the order from above, how can you say nonsense.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 12:42 pm
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        Tumusiime must be enjoying the blood stained regime at the expense of ugandans, i will assure him though, that when the time come museveni and his gang will pay dearly…

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      • August 26, 2013 at 10:55 pm
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        Dear Dereck Karemwa
        Comments that are abusive to other readers are not allowed on this website. Yours has now been trashed.

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      • August 27, 2013 at 1:51 pm
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        one becomes stupid when he talks the true and a hero and love of movement when he desists from telling the world what is happening in Uganda.

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        • August 28, 2013 at 6:42 am
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          What next to museven is to die like gadaff

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          • September 17, 2013 at 11:01 am
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            you are referring to Gaddafi as you wish Museveni the same even when you don’t know how and why,Gaddafi died-am not surprised some Ugandans lack objectivity in analyzing issues-subjectivity is all they are to the extent of calling a round smooth stone an egg.LOOK; Gaddafi was a continental hero and a lover of the African continent find out who Museveni could be before you wish him death

      • August 27, 2013 at 9:30 pm
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        Tumusiime, You should agree with those who know much of the atrocities committed upon Uganda to say what they know.
        By prophecies, Museven have fallen from the grace of God and he is denied as a leader for God’s people, if he tries 2016, he will pass but after a short time will fall by the sword and he will bring this curse of the sword to his people he think he is building to them a dynasty. this is true and it will come to pass in the shortest time possible.

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      • August 28, 2013 at 6:41 am
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        Let Ugandans talk, i like people who read between lines. No permanent enemies in politics …….I am just liking you Gen Tinye indeed Sejusa

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      • August 28, 2013 at 12:00 pm
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        Tumusiime Ronald, whether you hug a transformer, burst or live in a denial, It is too late. Everything is in the open. M7 is a serial Murderer.

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      • September 5, 2013 at 7:13 am
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        Tumusime, if you are not blind then you are just one of the dirty pigs that leak Museveni’s dirty bottom while singing praises to him because they are fattened by his loot.
        I am not surprised about the death of many people under mysterious circumstances that has happened many times. It is unbelievable for a general like Kazini who had dodged bullets in various battles to die at the hands of a week girlfriend so gruesomely like that. Remember Nebanda; before even an autopsy had been carried out, kayihura had declared that she had died of drug overdose and the patriotic doctors who were trying to verify the truth were roughly stopped and unjustly charged with human parts trafficking until the truth died. And to make matters worse, president museveni appeased the family of Nebanda with allowing her dull sister to take her place in parliament and possibly a multibillion shilling deal was offered to Nebandas grieving mother to shut up about her daughter’s death. Museveni a hero or Angel, my foot! He doesn’t believe in the sacrosanctness of life but his own survival. He believes he is guided by the devil in all he does and so it is the reason he always hosts witch doctors at Namboole first thing to celebrate his fraudulent victories in the ever flawed elections that hoodwink the world into believing Uganda is democratic.

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      • September 5, 2013 at 7:22 am
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        Tumusime, you seem not to like your country. You are the people dragging our country backward. If you don’t know what to say, be silent and let ugandans speak. For God and my country.

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      • September 9, 2013 at 5:16 pm
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        Ronald you have spoken like a wise man.This boss of the Evening Post,can he totally explain the death of his late friend that they are still saying Mzee murdered?The death of Kayiira…Gombya was at his home that evening.

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        • September 9, 2013 at 5:30 pm
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          Carl Rudahigwa ‘aka’ Romzy
          Do you believe the Editor knows more about what has been going on in the National Resistance Army than Gen David Sejusa?

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      • March 7, 2015 at 4:44 am
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        i think tumisiime is among the yes men m7 likes to rule otherwize in uganda we need to accept and learn mistakes

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    • August 26, 2013 at 9:05 pm
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      He should be sent to The Hague

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    • August 28, 2013 at 9:48 pm
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      Issa
      Gen Tinye has shocked the world with the current revelations opening up the M7 deadly secrets in the public. Most UG Tabloid is too terrified to publish it for fear of harassment and closure. We thank the general and The London Evening Post for such big headlines that will spin the regime dizzy and leave it wondering what’s coming next. We are all waiting for your memoirs for a knockout blow to M7 and his murderous henchmen.

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    • September 2, 2013 at 4:03 am
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      i did know for sure that idiot had something to do with the killing of these people, i wish he one day gets a taste of his own medicine

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    • September 3, 2013 at 6:12 am
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      It is unfortunate! Words cant be sufficient at the level human rights violation has reached. May the Almighty touch those hearts and resurrect Uganda!

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  • August 25, 2013 at 5:54 pm
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    Museveni is a woman among men….the one mistake African revolutionists have made and still make is to shed blood thinking it’s right

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    • August 26, 2013 at 8:43 am
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      Sorry for you man,are you an African and what contribution have you made in Africa? If M7 is like how you call him among men,then how should we call you among men or even women for that matter.God will surely punish such elements in the society.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 9:56 am
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        No wonder you are called Tumusiime… all from the same Clay. What more do you know about Museveni than General Tinye does? I pitty people like you. But soon you will follow him to Rwakitula.

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        • August 26, 2013 at 12:21 pm
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          Nice to hear that and all the way to Kabale my brother.Anyway,am proud of my name and i think you know much about Sejusa than M7.I don’t care following M7 than you following Sejusa in his retirement and anyway,where will you lead when you follow him my brother?

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          • August 26, 2013 at 9:40 pm
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            I think we can all argue that it is safe to follow someone who is capable of realising a mistake and chooses not to carry on but opt out to do right. Change is always welcome. A lot of things need to change about those in government. Can he kindly seek to find out whether he can still be trusted with that office? What do you think the result will be? A vote of no confidence.

          • August 27, 2013 at 7:39 am
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            Tumusiime your forgetting that the person you seem to be following no matter where and what, is fearing retirement. Some one asked you how much more do you know than, the general.

          • August 28, 2013 at 9:14 am
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            leave judgement to God!! otherwise you will reap what you say.

        • August 26, 2013 at 3:46 pm
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          If only he does get there.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 12:32 pm
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        Why not allow people say what they want to say, who is M7 at first and you stupidly stand to deffend him nonsence

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      • August 26, 2013 at 1:53 pm
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        Stop your sexist comments. Women are as good as men, by calling Museven a woman you are undermining women as if they are helpless and can’t do what men can do. Sexism is undermining development in our country.

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      • August 30, 2013 at 1:53 pm
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        No wonder u r one of them………

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    • August 26, 2013 at 1:57 pm
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      Sir, you really need to apologize to all the women for this post,what do you really mean?? women are ineffective?murders?

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      • September 1, 2013 at 5:51 pm
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        Sejusa, Museveni birds of the same feathers! I don’t want to be judgemental, but I feel a lot of injustices have gone down in Uganda that need to be heard. If Sejusa has decided to spill the beans at this moment, good for all Ugandans to hear. BUT, how distant is he from all the injustices we’ve heard in Uganda? How safe is his legacy from the injustices that have hit our Northern Brothers and sisters?

        As for branding Museveni a woman or likening him to our dear sisters is utter rubbish and dishonour of the highest degree! Women are a super special of man kind and should be highly respected and fully recognized where they excel. Our dear brother that rediculed them through using or emphasizing Museveni’s character should be very apologetic!!

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        • September 1, 2013 at 5:56 pm
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          Sejusa, Museveni birds of the same feathers! I don’t want to be judgemental, but I feel a lot of injustices have gone down in Uganda that need to be heard. If Sejusa has decided to spill the beans at this moment, good for all Ugandans to hear. BUT, how distant is he from all the injustices we’ve heard in Uganda? How safe is his legacy from the injustices that have hit our Northern Brothers and sisters?

          As for branding Museveni a woman or likening him to our dear sisters is utter rubbish and dishonour of the highest degree! Women are a super specie of man kind and should be highly respected and fully recognized where they excel. Our dear brother that rediculed them through using or emphasizing Museveni’s character should be very apologetic!!

          Lets fully hold whoever accountable through these forum and not liken any of them to different personalities!! Gadaffi caused so many injustices and believe me, he;s paying and deeply must be regreting why he NEVER listened! Sejusa, if you’re sleeping on ANY injustice that would hold your name to it, the best way forward for us to believe you is when you confess you’re own injustices to Ugandans and seek their forgiveness THEN, spill the beans because you were the center architect of these injustices. There is no injustice held in Uganda that would be done without the Intelligence Chiefs giving a knod!!

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  • August 25, 2013 at 5:59 pm
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    thank you very much for all you do to make us informed. We know how much risk you must be going through

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  • August 25, 2013 at 6:09 pm
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    Did the writer really believe Gen.Sejusa? Or that’s what he wanted to hear! This is unbelievable, at least on Gen. Kazini!

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    • August 25, 2013 at 6:14 pm
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      We are responding to the General’s letter to his Kampala lawyer. It is open to anybody’s interpretation. But we have no reason to doubt his integrity.

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      • August 25, 2013 at 6:22 pm
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        It’s not about his integrity it’s really about facts and your professionalism, did u take time to get facts about his allegations or u reproduced what he wrote just like I would place an advert with you!

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        • August 25, 2013 at 6:29 pm
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          Our job is to inform our readers. We haven’t taken this out of context. What you read is what the general told his lawyer in answer to allegations against him. We believe he is entitled to answer back. And it’s what we have told you, our reader. You are entitled to any other interpretation.

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          • August 26, 2013 at 7:49 am
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            Before you publish such propaganda, and allow yourselves to be used as word-mongers in the process, please substantiate your facts. Otherwise, we may question your intentions for the stability of Uganda – our Pearl of Africa. Your sinister undertones, leaning towards racist chauvinism, are screaming all over the article.

        • August 25, 2013 at 6:39 pm
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          I think the editor is right and justified to publish whatever is in their possession, verified or not, as long as it is not passed on as verified – which in this case, it is not. Clearly I support the editorial team on this. Whether or not verified, if the General suggests that there is more to the story than has been told about Kazini’s death, then that ought to be given to the extent this writer has. Enos, if there is anything that you know about the subject, it wouldn’t hurt for you to bring it out – unless you are afraid of forfeiting your pay (if you are one of M7’s goons).

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          • August 25, 2013 at 6:57 pm
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            I don’t have to be M7’s goon to talk about a failure! I still believe a credible news paper should always try to get a second opinion,else they publish the letter verbatim! Equally we all know Henry Gombya’s interest in the story and we can tell by the torn of the article!

          • August 25, 2013 at 7:22 pm
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            Unfortunately Enos, English seems not to have been your best subject at school. Verbatim means using the same words, word by word. The article quotes the general and gives other references he never said. Some of such words have ben placed in parenthesis. Of course the Editor has a personal interest in the story. Any editor as good as Henry Gombya would have this interest, no matter whether it was personal or not, more so when it was their own home that was attacked. It is up to you the readers though, to draw your own conclusion and we will publish them here nonetheless.

        • August 26, 2013 at 11:54 am
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          To all those getting emotional, The Editorial team did exactly what Monitor and Red Pepper did; publishing Sejusa’s allegations. It is almost impossible for media houses to investigate facts on very statement a person makes, before publishing. For example if President Museveni says he is 68 years, journalists must not first see his birth certificate before writing that he is indeed 68.

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          • August 26, 2013 at 4:46 pm
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            I like your way of analysing the whole matter, Dingisha. I also think that Media houses can publish whatever news that come up, including those with allegations like the one above, afterall, they are extracted from a formal context. If the other party, M7 is discontented, he can go to the courts of law for defamation and the source of this publication will have to prove its allegation with genuine evidence. In such a sensitive report, Media can do nothing to verify the truth first before coming out about it, considering obvious reasons.

          • August 27, 2013 at 3:59 pm
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            Definitely, the editor has no concern with the reported information when the reporter exists.

        • August 26, 2013 at 2:07 pm
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          Okay you want credit for publishing the story, So be it but why didn”t Tinye talk when all sorts of evil was being done? Why talk after he is “no longer eating?” Can he please reveal everything dubious he was also involved in. You have decided to come out clean so do it.

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          • August 26, 2013 at 9:17 pm
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            Are hurt about what is being as aid about m7? Let m7 respond to sejjusa’s comments. What’s your own? Why are you getting personal?

      • August 25, 2013 at 7:48 pm
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        See, if this is true, it is quite revealing and interesting. However, having been in the position he was for so many year, it does tell a lot about Gen. Sejusa too. I think there is more dirt to come out and i doubt it places the Gen. in good light. If it is about sinking, its going to sink those in the regime and those that ever served it in anyway.

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        • August 26, 2013 at 8:17 am
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          But i believe the general is and was part of everything since he was part of the regime since 1986 probably 1985, so he is also to be held responsible for all the atrocities. he was the one coordinating inteligence operations in the UPDF, we are tired of all these guys with crocodile tears. You guys are all the same and we are tired of you, we need fresh new and young people, You started with the president meaning you cant be different from him just that you people developed misunderstandings, we re sick and tired.

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          • August 29, 2013 at 9:36 am
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            In Politics we don’t have permanent enemity, the way you play yo puzzle matters alot

        • August 26, 2013 at 8:40 am
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          I think your absolutely right and may be to supplement, it should be noted that the General was part of the system in sensitive positions, surely he must be speaking on facts some of which he probably handled.

          Interestingly, we shall just have to watch the space as they burst their bubbles. Hahahaha!

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        • August 26, 2013 at 9:19 pm
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          Yeah the titanic sank with its secrets, here the baby is thrown out with the bath water.

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        • August 27, 2013 at 12:55 pm
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          Very clever observation

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      • August 26, 2013 at 9:26 am
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        We have every reason to doubt his integrity, his been part of this government for 27 years. Did he grow a conscience yesterday he could have master minded a few killings himself un sanctioned by the president. Am for change of regime but am also reasonable enough to see a disgruntled general who wants a bigger share of the pie that has been denied to him,

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      • August 29, 2013 at 1:46 pm
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        If the writers of this story are telling lies, let Kampala give us the correct story. After all it is in their own interets for untruths like this not to be left unrefuted. As for me I can assure, it will be a tall order for Kampala to deny this this time.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 6:19 am
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      An African once said, ‘if hippopotamus came out of the water and told you that crocodile was sick, do you argue?

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    • August 26, 2013 at 1:31 pm
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      you must be blind, if not yo are kind who is just watching
      a sinking boat yet you are on it too

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  • August 25, 2013 at 6:21 pm
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    M7, the liberator of Uganda.
    Is this how to liberate Ugandans? U and Amin who is better?
    At this years Martyrs Day celebrations, people walked hundreds of miles praying for peace in Uganda. God will answer their prayers and will restore peace to our beloved country.
    I hear stories of how people cried to God during Amins regime and Amin was overthrown. The God who answered their prayers then doesn’t go into a slumber. He will answer them again and u will flee with nothing apart from the clothes on ur back. Haven’t u heard what has happened to Gadaffi’s property he left scattered all over the world?
    Think of what will happen to your children and grandchildren after u r gone. Put your house in order before its to late.

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    • August 25, 2013 at 9:55 pm
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      We knew one-day it would come out…..so it has been revealed …..we wait for more dirt as the ship sinks….

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      • August 26, 2013 at 12:48 pm
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        ha aha ! the sinking ship. it is really sinking.

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  • August 25, 2013 at 6:35 pm
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    OMG! I see where this is headed.Thanx for this imformation,I wish you did it earlier than this,maybe it would have saved some lives.Please keep us posted.

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  • August 25, 2013 at 6:43 pm
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    Very shocking news, i pray that whoever that has a hand in all these killings should pay for the lost lives. If true then when the government happen to change from their hands, they must pay with their lives.

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  • August 25, 2013 at 7:11 pm
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    i am reading sejusa’s latest missive circulated on facebook.his allegations are ‘lethal’ as a friend told me.but i want to look at it in the way i scientifically examine evidence.the first thing about sejusa is: 1.he is angry with government/the president (the source of the anger/the fall out is still of speculation everyone is presenting their opinion as to what really happened.so i will tentatively say we do not know why) 2.he has been in government since 1986 (so he is the quintessential insider) 3.he has been controversial before (i have seen him make and retract claims several times before). these three facts help me deduce the following: 1.his revelations could be true (because he has been an insider and so knows what happened where) 2.his revelations could be false (because he is under emotional duress and can say anything to hit back at government) 3.his revelations can only be held as truth after a long period of time (if he stands by them.but he has changed positions before which make him an unreliable informant in research terms)…that does not mean what he is saying is false.but evidence/fact is qualified by pedigree of the source.

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    • August 25, 2013 at 9:24 pm
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      Anybody who has had the opportunity to know Gen. Sejusa, and has known about Henry Gombya would not be surprised about the article. Atleast am not.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 12:51 pm
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        I wonder why people do not concentrate on commenting on the story but the writers. the Guy is doing his work? what we need to find out is whether the letter was written to the lawyers and how genuine it is.lets hope that the lawyers chambers wiull not be shut down this time.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 5:54 pm
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        neither am i surprised by your comment

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      • August 27, 2013 at 3:50 pm
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        Mitala, anyone who knows what you do for a living, knows that such, would be you comment on this subject matter.

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      • August 29, 2013 at 1:52 pm
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        Whatever you my say about Gombya, please let us also hear from Kampala. What is their side of the story? So far they are dead silent. What does silence mean? Are we to go by what Gombya has put out? They should come out and refute this. They should logical argue that this is false. If they keep quiet we shall assume that Gombya and co are right.

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    • August 30, 2013 at 12:08 pm
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      i like your analysis but you know all in all this is going to be very ugly.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 1:02 pm
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      Hakim and the likes of you please note: He has been part of the regime at the highest echelon. He knows what he is talking about. You can trash what he says to justify your apologist attitude if you are not a paid agent of the regime in Kampala but the truth will prevail in the long run.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 9:55 pm
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        Jojo! we do not need to be rocket scientists to believe what is being said here, and trust me, we do not need to be scientifically analytical to understand what is going on here.

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  • August 25, 2013 at 7:32 pm
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    I don’t believe Sejjusa, he is a traitor to his nation. He can not just sit with M7 for over 20 years and come up to say he is evil now. That won’t change anything as Uganda progresses.

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    • August 25, 2013 at 11:25 pm
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      Sejusa as you may recall has been on logaheads with M7 since 1996 if you may remember when he wanted to retire from the army, He had already seen the future problems. M7 has tried to tame generals by keeping them in the army so that they would not join opposition. As the so called constitution bares army officers from actively participating in active politics. Tinye has always sounded warning bells.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 8:45 am
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        Not only 1996, actually since the the Bush war.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 4:21 pm
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        Binojo it’s ‘loggerheads’

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    • August 26, 2013 at 2:02 pm
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      You do not need to believe Sejusa. The fact that Gen. Sejusa has been with the regime all through at a higher level clearly indicates that he knows whatever he is talking about. He may be party to some of the atrocities but surely you cannot dismiss what he knows. People are getting caught their pants down. They will do everything possible to discredit him through their agents and apologists but the truth will prevail. Like it or not, the ship has began sinking, the sooner you jump off the better for you, least you sink with it.

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  • August 25, 2013 at 7:34 pm
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    Alot will be unveiled.watch the space!!!

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  • August 25, 2013 at 8:06 pm
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    More is still to come, check on what is happening btn individuals heading institutions ofgovt allthis is an indications of a failing govt

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  • August 25, 2013 at 8:17 pm
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    The more he remains in power the more he destroys himself

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  • August 25, 2013 at 8:26 pm
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    Fellow contributors:
    There are so many things that a person has to deal with when going through divorce. The Gen. is experiencing hurt, abandonment, anger, confusion, hate and denial but most importantly, betrayal. This is not the first time, nor the last a close confidant of a dictator has jumped ship and spilled the beans. Henry Kyemba did the same in the 70s when he abandoned Amin and wrote: “State of Blood”. Give the Gen. a chance to let off the chest, after, it is help the Future 101. As for the editor, he shoulders no responsibility for reporting, after all, that is a job description of an editor write and report.

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  • August 25, 2013 at 8:29 pm
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    Dear Editor, I appreciate your efforts in relaying information to the world. The renegade Gen seems at ease disclosing what his schemes are to you. I understand it is not your role to judge the information from your sources, let us therefore, as your readers assume that role. The Gen. paints a picture of himself as a man who has simply been looking on as the monster president M7 carries on these series of animosities against his countrymen for almost 30 years now…..how naive of him!!!!
    Or is it strange then that when the monster requires a person in a key role as Cordinator of Intelligence to fulfill his schemes he would pick on the defiant Gen. Tinyefuza…how strange!!! Try to push this man to explain his role in this mess that they have sunk our country into.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 12:10 am
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      The General has all along been opposed to bad leadership always sounding wrninggs since 1996. He was in government but on the outside he was not in the click. M7 has his click and Sejusa is not one of them.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 6:28 am
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      I am not particularly in support of a particular side, but I will independently say that the main reason Ssejusa could have sat through all this mess and only come out now is because he is a high ranking army officer, one not allowed to speak to the public without written permission. He was a good soldier whose wife was traumatized by ‘the alleged attack on his home that saw Kayira die’,but stayed put because he knew his position. I am led to believe he couldn’t handle it anymore, hence, his earlier attempt to resign from the army, but the son of K. foresaw this, and blocked it, in a then successful ploy to gag him. No surprise the greatest army commander(in my personal opinion based on what I read about him in the press) Aronda was not allowed to resign from the army.

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      • August 26, 2013 at 2:40 pm
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        Humphrey, don’t confuse Gombya and Tinyefua!

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  • August 25, 2013 at 8:34 pm
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    THIS SHOULD NOT BE A SURPRISE TO ANYBODY.WE HAVE ALL ALONG KNOWN THIS AND THERE IS MORE TO COME.THE GENERAL IS NOT LYING.WE WERE WARNED BY AFANDE RWIGYEMA,AS WELL AS SERWANGA RWANGA OF WHAT WAS ABOUT TO HAPPEN…………..MORE IS STILL TO COME…… I KNOW FOR A FACT AND AM SPEAKING AS A FORMER BODY GUARD OF THE LATE DR.ANDREW LUTAKOME KAYIIRA…..

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  • August 25, 2013 at 8:45 pm
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    Yes Sejjusa, you are right. But the crop is as rotten as it’s grain. Let the General not at all imagine he is fooling us, he is as dirty and blood thirsty as his lot. Him and museveni are from the same stock. .
    Down with oppression and all its tentacles Sejjusa being one of them.

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  • August 25, 2013 at 10:06 pm
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    These are all double standards! It brings me to western liberal democracy bloody Americans n British simple, yes there could be truth in all this however, they embraced they Museveni govt all this long I guess it’s time for change example from Libya to Egypt! Very own example they embraced Obote whilst even opportunity arose backed idi admin so in my opinion same old tendenies I guess the leopard has never lost it’s spots!! Western liberal ideas? Alot of bullshit! So is it why the general decided to seek refugee n the Uk?

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  • August 25, 2013 at 10:25 pm
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    Who is fooling who ladies and gents u tellin mi, the general has been only the “8” generals the army has all this 28 yrs n realised nw Museveni is oppressive!! Come on. My view is as simple of course it’s my opinion, the general is as bad as the Museveni govt! All the infrastructure the govt inherited from the obote is still same, in essence there has been no infrastructual development! Tell me what national medical institution apart from mulago hospital or educational institution such as makerere university! NOTHING!!! but it’s so absurd for general to come out and say all this, of course his courage is menace but his been part of this govt whilst ordinary ugandans have suffered so to be honest I have no sympathy for him! U rip what you sow!!

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  • August 25, 2013 at 11:02 pm
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    Based on the wars Kazini had fought and strength the General had, there is no way this Man would have been killed by this Lydia Draru, We are not stupid. Nebanda would not have died so abruptly and actually the police chief being near the crime scene at the time, She was so energetic and her mind was upright, it was not drugs. Why is it that Kaihura was the first to show up at the scene and quick to make drug conclusions?How did he know? Is it because She was a high profile citizen so they say? Mayombo died a very mysterious death, Wapakhabulo, Andrew Kayira was killed because Museveni wanted to eliminate all the remnants of FEDEMO . If you remember very well shortly after the July Coup de tat of 1985 into 1986 and after, NRA/M and FEDEMO were key players in political affairs that captured power .Museveni wanted to remain central in all Ugandan affairs . He was afraid of Kayira since he was central in Buganda ,therefore he would be sympathized by the Baganda something M7 hated so he had to eliminate him.Time is so near, everyone is watching. M7 Celebrate your 40 years in marriage since you know you will not celebrate your 50 yrs in marriage. Idont even know what that jubilee is called. Does anyone know?????

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  • August 26, 2013 at 12:08 am
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    Bonoji, the celebration is called Ruby.
    I read that article about him renewing his marriage vows in wonder, mbu asking for forgiveness from each other( him and Janet). Their marriage wars have been second to his political wars. He should come out and seek forgiveness from all the people he has wronged. The comments readers are writing clearly show their stand on the subject. I love to read people’s reactions bt I personally think its not fair to attack Henry Gombya who has risked much to inform us of the evil acts of M7. Which other editor can do write what he has written from the horse’s mouth? We could have known what he’s written about bt it was just wolokoso (rumours) now Sejusa has confirmed the wolokoso.
    Monitor has never been the same again ever since it was reopened.
    Please give Gombya some credit he deserves it.

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    • August 28, 2013 at 9:54 am
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      Kayesu….u are spot on..The editor has to report and write anything as long as its not written as verified ..Fo those attacking Gombya on this subject matter …i highly doubt ur credibility …..BRAVO GOMBYA…and for Gen Sejjusa…he knows the ship is sinking…so him alerting Ugandans the Dirt in the government is no wrong…..He is playing his part as Ugandans….better late than Never….if he is to face his wrong doings ..his time is also near..but by exposing the Might M7…is justifiable …FOR GOD & MY COUNTRY

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  • August 26, 2013 at 5:27 am
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    The General is talking some of us are being the world that this beast is killing ugandas nobody was believing but general tell them

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  • August 26, 2013 at 5:33 am
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    This is a no shocker especially if one has been following events closely.
    These deaths were clearly engineered and stories made up to confuse the public. We leave the judgement to God and its my prayer that God deals with the perpetrators “personally”. For God and my Country

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  • August 26, 2013 at 5:40 am
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    All will be well especially to those that have lost their beloved ones in such misterious ways,i will not judge Sejusa because he served the regime for such along period,its never too late…

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  • August 26, 2013 at 5:44 am
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    The write seem not to be journalist because he has one sided story , the accused was not given a platform to have his side of the story. This is not news at all.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 10:25 pm
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      It’s the way news gets reported sometimes and I think Henry knows this very well, M7 has a right to respond! The last time he responded by closing news houses instead of defending himself, what does that have to say about him? He uses violence and intimidation to get his way. I wish he didn’t let power get to his head? He cannot continue ruling us by the sword. We are fed up!!

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    • August 26, 2013 at 10:32 pm
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      Since when did the media became a court. There duty is to report what they get not to judge. If you have or know anybody who have contradicting facts please pass them over for publication. For now we know Gen. Sejusa was party and parcel of what happened. We have no reason not to believe him until you or the M7 regime comes out with facts to the contrary.

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      • September 8, 2013 at 7:45 pm
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        Neriko Mubende

        There is something colloquially called he Court of public Opinion. It may not send anybody to jail, but for a government it is not good to lose a case there. In this case Museveni is losing the case by not defending himself.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 7:03 am
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    A mafia must be a mafia, M7 am on your side, 1 frog spoils the whole water, You had to get rid of deserters. Rule 4 ever.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 7:06 am
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    I understand Gen. Sejusa’s resentment but wasn’t he privy to this information before he exiled himself? Wasn’t he at the core of some of these alleged operations. Well am so disappointed in this hypocrisy! and he is hoping to be head of state sometime in the future….such a bigot!
    Lets be honest….all governments have that suspicious agencies that may or may not be involved in questionable acts, even the UK government that he so blindly praises has had a hand in some questionable operations in Uganda. We need to be less subjective and superficial and look at this Gen. Sejusa “noises” with a more analytical mind. I hope Gen. Segusa will be able to take responsibility for the operations he led like the High Court Siege and others…….We know some things about the Gen. too!

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  • August 26, 2013 at 7:12 am
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    All said and published, Has the Gen (Sejusa) forgotten how he executed with so much ease the slaughter of thousands of people in Northern Uganda in a disguised attempt to clear the North of LRA?!!!!!!!!!
    The wailing of those dying civilians will always be heard and their blood shall forever stain your hands.
    Your were the leader of the Museveni’s goons! He saved your dirty butt when ICC almost indicted you for your role in the 2 decades rebellion in the North.
    The captain always sinks with the ship…………………………………. spill the dirt and sink with Him. Uganda is tired of the likes of you and the Museveni regime.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 7:58 am
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    Dear Editor

    We are very grateful for this story. It’s going to change the way how our dictatorial African Governments work. These killings have been happening behind our nose. I’m now very sure that President Museveni will die in power because, how will he answer for these atrocities when he leaves office. He has upto now completely failed to give us the report of our son Mayombo. Ugandan media have failed to talk the truth on this story because of fear, recently Daily Monitor was closed. Check the story they have published ignoring almost everything Gen. Sejusa highlighted http://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/Museveni+now+targets+my+family++says+Sejusa/-/688334/1967946/-/18svsh/-/index.html

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  • August 26, 2013 at 8:01 am
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    Thank you, we are now informed but its only us who can afford getting INTERNET, Villagers who are suffering they still support him, please get other ways of informing them for the better Uganda change.
    Gen. Sejusa is a risk taker and you know Risk taker always get success, we are behind you SIR.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 8:08 am
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    People should take time and listen to what The General has to say it carries so much water.
    This justifies why the Presidential term limits keep getting extended term after term.
    Probably has something to do with one Dying in Power to avoid seeking for amnesty lest making the Presidential post Hierrachical . Its high time Ugandans took time and looked at things critically

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  • August 26, 2013 at 8:58 am
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    We need peace in our country not fights all the time, i believe we can change the history if at all people accept and repent there wrongs, we can stop the blood sheds, this country will never be a better place for our grand children if at all we still think that force is the only way out and a solution to Uganda problems, Sejusa there is an end to everything so no reason to use force, i believe even if it were you in control still you would do that to consolidate your self in power so help us by not spreading your anger to the civilians those are your personal fights think about your children if at all there in Uganda and probably your grand children.
    Think about the people who cant afford airtickets to get out of the country to seek refuggee like you did ! So we dont need guns in Uganda anymore.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 9:05 am
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    Mr. Editor. We all have bones to grind but Mr. Sejusa here may have got your where you hurt the most. Did he dare to explain to you his personal involvement in all these killings? Has he even given you a shot at what he did in Gulu, Northern Uganda during his operations against Kony? Do you remember how in September of 2009 troops were deployed at Nakasongola Airforce Base from early October as part of an operation headed by Tinyefuza disguised as an operation to find out if some soldiers in the factory are selling arms and bullets, yet what they really wanted was the Kabaka? Your Kabaka?

    On the night of 6th of October, according to Ababaka.com, General Tinyefuza briefed them that they may have to arrest the Kabaka should he proceed to Nakasongola. This came as a shock to the soldiers according to the security operative.

    Part of the deployed involved deploying Mambas in case of possible riots during the arrest and deploying the so-called kiboko squad, actually UTODA thugs.

    40 UTODA thugs were brought in on the night of the 6th of October under the disguise that they were to maintain traffic. The security operative claims each of them was given more than 2 million shilling to perform this shameful act of participating in arresting the Kabaka and lots of Uganda waragi.

    The idea behind Tinyefuza’s strategy was to create chaos and in the confusion, the so-called Kiboko squad thugs would undress the Kabaka and have him handcuffed while photos were being taken.

    In Luganda we have a saying, Okukaaba okusiinga namwandu and Gen. here seems to be doing just that. I hope you have a backup plan. (Musajja munno bwoba omugoba………..) I trust you know how that ends. He has turned against his friend of many years. That does not make you any special.

    A word from the wise

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    • August 27, 2013 at 9:05 am
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      we are not saying that sejusa is the perfect one, we as ugandans are Just surprised that we have such for a president, and any thing as long as its not for the good of our country should never be allowed, unless you want to say that we should not listen to sejusa becuase he had a Kiboko squad, he is telling us what his boss is doing and we need to listen, whether they were friends or not, that doesnt benefit ugandans, and neither does it benefit u!
      thanx otherwise for the highlights

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  • August 26, 2013 at 9:12 am
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    if this is where we have reached so far, is heading nowhere. let him just resign & we have peace. the spirits are going to torment him & he will be regreting. After all he is old.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 9:32 am
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    I think this time President Museveni Should step down. The General has revealed to world the whole truth, and infact we’re with him because it’s now too much for our nation. We can’t stand this. One thing I’ve also realized is that President Y.K Museveni is a Coward, how can you kill your General?! Sincerely, we’ve suffered alot because of this Guy[ Museveni].

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    • August 31, 2013 at 1:21 am
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      It is terribly naive on your part to expect Museveni to step down. Stepping down means surrendering himself to the new authorities who will try him for these things. Get real: Museveni out of pure animal instincts to survive is not going to step down. He has now where to go except dig himself in the presidency. It provides him the necessary immunity from prosecution. Remember he can’t even go into exile because he will either be taken back to Uganda or he will be prosecuted wherever he will be. That should be obvious to anybody.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 9:33 am
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    The Evening Post has done its part. i believe that that Ugandans who are blaming the editors for publishing the story are not serious and do not know what they are saying.

    The reporter had an interview with General Sejusa and what has been published is what the General actually said so there is no need for all of us to start making noise and blaming the editor.
    If Uganda is a free country,let all the issues be put a cross and who has blood and no blood on his hands will be seen.

    Bravo the evening post..

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  • August 26, 2013 at 9:40 am
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    This is what Museveni has been doing and still doing to consolidate power. He eliminates those whom he sees active and have people support. This shameful behavior and we Ugandans must not continue to stomach it. We hear he is grooming his son to take over so that the turbulent history is not traced to bring them to justice. This will not happen in our sight.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 2:19 pm
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      It will happen Goch unless you and me do something to stop it rather than wishing. You remember the saying that if wishes were horses……….

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  • August 26, 2013 at 9:46 am
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    The more a leader remains in power, the more liability he becomes to a nation,and the longer Ugandans realize this, the longer the pains and sufferings the country will go through

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  • August 26, 2013 at 10:04 am
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    Everything has its time, but this time seem to be for the fallen to rise

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  • August 26, 2013 at 10:36 am
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    Let him just resign? you people are nuts! if he resigns he will end up in the Hague so he rule pakalast!

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  • August 26, 2013 at 10:46 am
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    why should people always put the blame on media?before any thing is published,it must be true.so guyz lets not blame media for no reason.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 10:52 am
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    I think there is nothing new in the generals revelations. If you are to carry out an interview in Uganda, if not because of fear of reprisal from the regime, the majority of the people will tell you that it’s Museveni who killed Dr. Kayira, Kazini and many other people as the general as said. So to me I don’t see anything new in the article.

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    • August 26, 2013 at 2:10 pm
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      What is new is a confirmation of what you know from an insider. It’s important too.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 12:28 pm
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    As the Bible say,”STONE WHICH WILL REMAIN UN TURNED”this might be the Revelation. otherwise for God and my country.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 12:33 pm
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    However interesting the allegations maybe, I personally cannot buy this individual’s (Sejusa) drama. This man has been part of the same bunch of self centered and disregarding misfits for like ever.
    This particular individual (sejusa) is well known for his characteristically violent arrogance for the many years he was in this government, he has in the past, participated in and directed mass atrocities against the people of Northern Uganda (Most notably the Barlonyo Massacre during the first major military operation (Operation North) under his direct command from 1990 to 1991 all in the name of fighting against the LRA rebels. Recently he has carried out campaigns of intimidation against leading opposition politicians as well as NRM propaganda media campaigns and the infamous “Black Mamba” military raid on the High court of Uganda.
    So people we need to open our eyes and see. It so puzzles one to see the same individual, not only pretending to have been against all that he was part of, but even went ahead to declare his presidential ambitions, this gives me goose bumps. How can be trusted with a bigger responsibility if he miss used the little he had?
    I cannot, even for a single second buy this man’s drama

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    • August 26, 2013 at 12:53 pm
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      God you are soooooo right!

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    • August 26, 2013 at 2:15 pm
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      This is no drama at all. It’s a confirmation of what we all know from an insider. You may not want to believe for your personal reasons but it does not negate the truth.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 1:06 pm
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    General Sejusa, if there are details that the Ugandan people must know, then you should let them out. You ought to appreciate that killing of a human being is a despicable act that must not be hidden. Those who were killed deserve justice and if you have the information let the world know.

    None of us knows whence our end comes. It’s therefore important that while we still breath by the mercy of God, we let out important information that shall be used to bring justice for those wronged.

    Your threats to Museveni to tread carefully lest you unleash the dossier isn’t satisfactory. Does it mean that if he desists from threatening you you’ll not release that information.

    If you truly mean better for Uganda, and since you were in the thick of that dirty system, give us the information now.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 1:11 pm
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    M7 you are nothing less than evil. if compared to Amin, you are Amin dressed in sheep’s skin. theists wait for Gods intervention, some Ugandans run to the bush like you and Kony did, most Ugandans keep theirs alarm clocks safe waiting for the alarm. others are whistle blowers like Ssejusa. a great number is watching you slide like a young kid falling to its own traps.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 3:39 pm
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    Please Gen how about Nkwanga who killed him? I think Nkwanga was murdered not killed in the war. With Late Gen Kanzini my guts feeling were telling me that his girlfriend was innocent. Anyway like Gen Sejusa said “everything has time to run its course”. Museveni has killed more people than the late Gen Idi Amin.

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    • August 29, 2013 at 10:14 am
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      Amin was and remains the best, patriotic president Uganda has ever had. His opponents, M7 inclusive took advantage his illiteracy to tarnish his name and continue to do so even in his absence. As a trained colonial soldier, he believed in resolution of everything by the gun. He and his cadres were intellectually inpet to engage in long political arguement, which was the biggest weakness of his regime. However, all the murders that took place then can not be blamed on him but also his opponents with the plan to spoil the name of the regime internationally and gain support for his removal. The same tricks were used in Luwero and northern Uganda against UNLA and Joseph Kony. Remember in any war, information is the first casuality. Whoever has the best propaganda machinery will always win the war.

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  • August 26, 2013 at 5:18 pm
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    hope u guy can just help us sweep this guy out of power, his being in power is by accident and the country’s development has lagged behind for over 27yrs just imagine. Him and his guys are just embezzling public funds. Plz we need ur help

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  • August 26, 2013 at 5:45 pm
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    what goes arround comes back ,it will come to an end

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  • August 26, 2013 at 6:13 pm
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    I don’t understand why people are so bitter and attacking Gen Sejusa. The Gen is not the pioneer of the stories written in the papers. The stories have been said before him. Much as he was one of the current government mind you he tried to get out before 2 or 3 times before and he wasn’t allowed, why do you think so????

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  • August 27, 2013 at 5:50 am
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    Am a Ugandan but i cant believe that all this has been happening and our government was portraying a totally different picture. Am a disappointed ugandan who awaits salvation from this man, M7

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  • August 27, 2013 at 7:04 am
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    well when is said and done the truth will stand and defend it self, we will live to see it all come to pass we all know that what keep M7 in power now is not that he love this country it fear of what next out of all the crime he has committed in this country Uganda thank is all that is keeping him there but soon he will finds out, the countless times and the opportunities’ he had lost to bring healing to the Nation of Uganda

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  • August 27, 2013 at 9:29 am
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    All is true we all know that its not hidden any more i saw Kazini a few weeks before his death what a tall muscular man he was nt a woman would easily take him down but let us seat and watch the game has just begun.

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  • August 27, 2013 at 9:44 am
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    we are just waiting to hold our machetes.we are waiting for the hour,,rather die for the new generation to live peacefully…what happened in Libya will happen here and surely it will.

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  • August 27, 2013 at 10:20 am
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    I am not shocked! at all. A man who killed, raped and robbed all his way to power cannot mind killing a few more to sustain himself in power. My daughter cannot sneeze for Museveni will hear. But am only worried where this will end up because we need to tidy up this country and get moving. Much has been done in the dark but if people like Sejjusa can genuinely come out and say the truth. We shall be able to know what to do but really Uganda is on a blink of a bloody conflict. God save us.

    If we don’t die,we shall save our country one day.

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  • August 27, 2013 at 11:01 am
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    even my father went but God ll pay him we pray he is ahalf of Gaddafi but what happened the answer remains to the reader thanks Amen

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  • August 27, 2013 at 11:47 am
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    Editorial Team,
    Thank you for taking immediate action against abusive postings.Respect and integrity are the two most important pillars in human interaction and communication. Once those two are lost it is hopeless and useless to interact. So ladies and gentlemen, let us keep to those pillars. The reason we are here is because we have one thing in common: “Love for Country” and the little we can contribute to express and share that love, let us do so with respect. The name of the game is winning hearts and gaining support for the cause. Give the Gen. for the time being his due respect.

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  • August 27, 2013 at 1:57 pm
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    The issue , my brothers and sisters , is not so much Gen Sejusa
    and the things he has been saying all along , but how the Museveni regime has been dealing with him . The regime has closed down media houses , intimidated members of his family , and accused Sejusa of treason on evidence that is not clear . This shows a govt in a full state of paranoia . Paranoia suggests that the govt is deeply afraid , and this fear will come out in the form of increased oppression . It is up to Ugandans to consider how we are going to respond to this oppression . Sejusa is just a factor .

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  • August 27, 2013 at 2:46 pm
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    Interesting!!!!!!! This is a serious love relationship gone bad. What next after revealing inside camp secrets. I think lets just start praying for our poor country coz I think this revelation marks the beginning of the end of so many people, not just Sejusa and Museveni. Those people better be very very afraid, because it has started.

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  • August 27, 2013 at 4:03 pm
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    Above all, we should consider self respect for the good of our country

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  • August 27, 2013 at 9:41 pm
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    Well! At least some real close figures to this military dictator “M7″ are now comming out with confirmations known to some of us from the very beginning! In the earlier days, one of the modes of elimination of those he considers a threat to his authority was hiv injection.

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  • August 27, 2013 at 9:47 pm
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    By prophecies, the armed violence which will topple M7 regime will not even spare MUHOOZI KAINERUGABA, KALEKYEEZI KAYIHURA, relatives, in laws and friends, and after certain time the peoples of such arrogance will vanish from the fame of the upcoming regime for many years, there beautiful daughters will faint in exile, loss all there possessions and after turned into modern slaves. though they are left with seven years to convert the curse after this they will have know chance. but Patience will obtain favor before God and she will be spared.

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  • August 28, 2013 at 7:57 am
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    WARNING TO OUR READERS.Abusive comments about Janet Museveni and her daughters cannot be entertained on this website. The comment made by this person has been trashed. Editor.

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  • August 28, 2013 at 8:23 am
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    we as ugandans are proud of the news we look forword to see those who will hide the truth

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  • August 28, 2013 at 9:58 am
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    what the general has come out with is what he knows cause he was one in the inner circle of the regime so what he is coming out with is the truth lets cross our hand and wait for more and let the regime come out to counter him

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    • August 29, 2013 at 5:39 am
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      in that as the person in the inner circle he has a part he played let him also give us the part he played him as a fore man.

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  • August 28, 2013 at 11:12 am
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    I can still remember this saying that “those who live by the sword perish through it”. Museveni, Sejusa and still more to come are entering the abode of this saying.
    Another saying of Museveni on some ethnic northern tribes that they are like senene (grasshoppers) put in one basket who will fight and kill each other over the same problem they are in.
    Thanks Sejusa, Museveni but remember those senene.

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  • August 28, 2013 at 1:46 pm
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    General Sejusa, well done. Can you disclose more so that our eyes are opened? THis is the time though you took too long. Any information about Ayume Franicis?? Was it motor accident? Many people still doubted it.

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    • August 29, 2013 at 5:42 am
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      never get scared when a brother discloses his brother just get both sides you will see they have no difference.
      eg check In history

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      • August 30, 2013 at 1:47 pm
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        What more both sides do we need? This story has been out for a long time. All we are getting from Sejusa is further confirmation. And this time from an extremely credible source.

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  • August 29, 2013 at 5:18 am
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    as a person who has been in the government i expect Ssenjusa to have fully participated in all this crisis but since its turn for him now he sees how bad Museveni is,any way thanks for the story but also show us the part you played .

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  • August 29, 2013 at 5:32 am
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    i really see no difference between the government and the so called opposition with the so called ssenjusa,they all have a hand in the move,lets not be like the Baganda who welcomed Amin just bse he had brought back the Kabaka’s body yet he was the man who led the armed force to attack the kabaka. pple follow history let them not blind fold us.

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  • August 29, 2013 at 5:52 am
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    General David Sejusa Tinyefuza Munungu is a Uganda People’s Defence Force Four Star General decorated with DAMU MEDAL and LUWEERO TRIANGLE MEDAL a Ugandan lawyer and Military officer. He was the Coordinator of Intelligence services in Uganda and a Senior Presidential Adviser to the President of Uganda until he fled the country in 2013. Currently, he is one of the highest-ranking members of the Ugandan military,who are at the rank of full General.He is a member of High Command UPDF, The UPDF defence council and is a member of the Ugandan Parliament, representing the Uganda People’s Defence Force.

    Well known for his walrus moustache and characteristically assertive attitude, he is claimed in the past, to have participated in and directed mass atrocities against the people of Northern Uganda (Most notably the Barlonyo Massacre during the first major military operation (Operation North) under Gen. David Tinyefuza from 1990 to 1991 against the LRA rebels (led by Joseph Kony). Recently he has carried out campaigns of intimidation against leading opposition politicians as well as NRM (ruling party) propaganda media campaigns and the infamous “Black Mamba” military raid on the High court of Uganda. David Tinyefuza was born on 13 November 1954 and is married to Juliet Tinyefuza. so read through this and tell me if his hands are difference his brother.

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    • August 31, 2013 at 1:09 am
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      James,

      Much as the hands may not be that different from that of Museveni, I am not going to simply dismiss his revelations. I am taking what he saying very seriously. As you correctly state he from the highest echelons of the NRA/NRM. That even makes what he is saying worth listening to. The interesting thing is Kampala is totally mute about what Sejusa is saying. Please don’t tell me they are quiet because this doesn’t concern them; it bothers them greatly, they only don’t have any rebuttal to it.

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  • August 29, 2013 at 8:28 am
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    The fact that the Uganda gov’t has never revealed any reports on the several mention but unique killings leaves it on the hallow. Now and then, Ugandans have wished to know what happened to their own after sums of money have been spent on commisions to invistigate and no report is out, up to this day. The gov’t will have accept whichever information we get from any corner since they failed in their obligation. One question! Can it be a posibility for 10, 20, 30, comrades fall out with one person and the individual remains a saint on earth?

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  • August 30, 2013 at 6:40 am
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    I think Sejusa is acting out of anger, how come he had never said anything all along. He is so disappointed because he thought that he is very important in the politics and management of Uganda,,. He is now shocked that without him, UPDF and Uganda at large continue to move on. My dia Gen Uganda was there before u, it has been there with u, and it will continue to be there without you. What i know for sure is that u have a more dangerous heart than Museven. U can be a nother Amin.

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  • August 30, 2013 at 11:40 am
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    Whatever one may say in futile to divert us from the veracity of this story, it remains a huge blow on Museveni and his regime. This story is coming from the very inner circle of the regime. And the man is threatening to even spill more beans. Just take note that Kampala is totally mute about it. They just have no way of refuting it. If they had they would be all over the places. They know that any attempt to refute it, will juts give more legs. They are in a real tight corner this time. And this story will have a very long life. Make no mistakes: it is certainly going to play a big role in 2016. Also note that the media house in Uganda are scared stiff about reporting it.

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  • August 31, 2013 at 6:26 am
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    May the general tell us about his involvement in the buliisa evictions?
    greetings to the general from those whose houses were burnt, property stolen, women and children who starved to death.
    they thank you for coming out clean on their issues. God has rewarded ten fold. They say they are poor, no land n property like yours in sembabule and not living in fear.

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  • September 3, 2013 at 1:58 pm
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    M7 is a good and rare leader any country could ever have. Just like the scriptures say a prophet can never be honored in his home area. Uganda should be thankful to God and be proud of president Museveni because of the tremendous contribution he has made towards the development and enhancement of Uganda both socially, economically and politically.

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  • September 5, 2013 at 11:24 am
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    Please lets not talk alot, i hope kla will respond to Seju

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  • September 5, 2013 at 7:51 pm
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    I note that the comments are generally (a) Sejusa has an axe to grind and what he says should not be believed (b) he is as guilty as sin and complicit in the atrocities committed (c) he should be listened to as he would have been in the know (d) the reporters are biased and have an overt agenda against M7 (e) M7 has a lot to answer for (f) can we have some more information from Sejusa (g) the infoirmation will be welcomed but Sejusa should not be spared for his role.

    My own take is that I suspect that he is being briefed by highly placed sources. It seems to me that a decision has been made that he should not release all the information he has at once but in bits and pieces in order to achieve what is commonly known as the “drip drip effect”. The reasons I believe this to be the case is that by employing this method M7 can be systematically (and relatively cheaply) destroyed incrementally. It is very difficult to maintain tight control of power when all your energy is spent “fire fighting” especially when you do not know where the next “fire” will be. Secondly it avoids unintended consequences if the information is divulged wholesale. It maybe that the information may pit one power centre against another when for example if it is disclosed that the reason for X happening was because of Y’s double dealing/lies to the detriment of Z. This can very easily dissolve into chaotic scenes as can be seen in Libya. By controlling and being selective with the information released, the power brokers with a vested interest in controlling and containing the “fallout” can chose their target(s) with a projected aim/result in mind.

    Maybe I credit Sejusa and others backing him with more sense than they have but this is the only logical reason I can come up with for his failure to set out in details what has been done by whom, to whom, where and when – i.e. a full chapter and verse of the allegations.

    It has not been uncommon for people to give just enough information about a story to give it credibility and leave the rest to the imagination and interpretation of others. Needless to say the story invariably takes on a life of its own.

    I recall hearing that during the 1979 war, by the time the news of saba saba approaching had reached Busoga, the story was that parts of the sun fell down from the sky and cut up Libyans and Amin’s soldiers, but did not hurt civilians.

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  • September 19, 2013 at 2:39 pm
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    Just dirty propaganda, please find better things to report about Uganda other than fueling and insighting violence and hatred amongst people yet we are dying of poverty and other things that you can preach about to help ugandans, shame on you Gombya and whoever you think you may be calling yourself.

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  • October 5, 2013 at 9:24 am
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    all you who are asking sejusa’s role in all mentioned killings, you are forgetting the fact that he is a soldier who acted on comand from the comander of higher rank than his, get it today that you can kill, rape, loot, terrorise etc. under comand from a higher rank official than you. Therefore fellow country men, brothers and sisters, lets listen to grneral carefully without critising him or the writer. and for our presindent, let us bend our knees and that GOD our father in heaven may touch his heart and restore love and mercy for our country. i personally decry the highest level of poverty in our country villages, poor quality UPE programe, high cost of leaving, depreciation of shilling against the dollar, corruption (where only 50% of our money put on ground and the other swindled away thruogh the long trend government finicial systemd that exposes our taxes in the hands of many selfish and greedy personalities). i cru really for our lost sums of money leaving our health centers hell for pantients i wish you voted me a president of this country you would see how this country shines. The only problem is that i droped out school due to lack of fees, but atleast i can be a better new AMIN. my government is simply for the people through federal like system where you(ugandans) control 50% of the collected tax through your local council inexpessive parliaments whom i will improve by including technocrats and elites to effectives implement supervise local projects like construction, monitoring and maintainance of in reach roads, health centers, schools, desasters, bridges, agriculture among others.

    In this way i expell avery expenssive paliament that almost is doing less to defend ugandns as it is dominated and manipulated by a ruling government.
    My government will act as supplimentally organ to support where need rises and mentain priority sectors like security, international bussines, judiciary, among othes However my govern will remain a supreme superviser and implementer of of all national projects with support from least man in the country in order cub corruption.
    In my government system, all government officials will on depend on ther salaries and agreed on allowances as they will nolonger gain commissions from the tax payers which then would only leave patriotic ugandans in offices. fellow country mem and women, i got great vision for this country, i therefore ask for your prayers and support. iam currently thinking deeply on how i can be president peacefully in uganda. FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY.

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  • March 10, 2014 at 12:54 am
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    museveni may be smarter than Amin, but he is also worse that him. Most ugandans cannot descern m7s true intents: which can be summed up in two words: greed and selfishness. These are the two things that drive him, and m7 has no permanent friends, he only uses people to get his ends. Even if it means to kill you, he will do it to get what he wants. Ugandans were cornered by the ” twebaka otulugo” and “no change” slogans. Which to my understanding I always found ridicuolous. But at one time, a man named Bidandi sali said ” olina kewekoledde..!” while unwittingly campaigning for m7s selfish intents. Bidandi was used to crash those who were standing against m7 in a presidential election. But as fate had it, several years later the same man found himself picthed against his former boss m7 in a bid to take uganda’s highest job. Bidandi will forever live to regret his gullibility, how m7 has manipulated him against his own people and later found himself suffering the same fate in what he felt ought to have been a free and democratic election.

    The problem with people who support m7, is that they are shallow, and are incapable of either correcting the man, or are individually pursuing own selfish ends. But ugandans could learn better. M7 will use you, then destroy you, unless you accept to take shame and blame for his mess. Go ask what happened to former vice president bukenya.

    If ugandans would put their country first, they could easily defeat m7, but for lack of patriotism, or in exchange for short term gains, and individual benefit m7 has cornered many of our respectable ugandans.

    M7’s strong point is that he is a great politician. But blended with greed and selfishness m7 offers no real value to ugandans. In my view, we expect ugandans to mature politically, but still retain the virtues that put service beyond self.

    Many people who fought with m7 in the early liberation war, admit that if the m7 of the 80s met the m7 of now, they would crash on site.

    What ugandans have failed to realise is that ” people change”. They get the illusion that the m7 of today is still the same m7 who went to the bush to liberate his people. That is not true. M7 has changed and he has changed in a way that doesnt benefit ugandans. First his leadership fails to hold people accountable for their actions, and therefore breeds corruption, to the same extent that m7 himself must be corrupt to allow this to go on unabated.

    Many say that statistics lie, but it’s pretty easy to see that Kagame has better overall leadrship than m7. I know kagame may have his own issues, but overall he beats his mentor handsdown. That goes to show what new blood has to offer. M7 is just beyond his sell-by date for uganda’s topmost office. If you look at the transparency international corruption perception index: rwanda ranks 49/177 while uganda seats at a whopping 140/177. This is one statistic, but there are many others that will prove that m7 has no value to uganda’s topmost office. Even kagame would be a better president in uganda than m7.

    But evidence is overwhleming when you cross from kampala, to kigali. You immediately understand that rwanda is well governed, led and administered. This is the opposite of what you get when you first land in kampala. Chaos.

    But m7 has managed to cling onto his game. because he has accomplises. I personally would salute Gen. Sejusa coz like Besigye he has finally said enough is enough. All ugandans need to become bold and say enough is enough to m7 and his tactics of keeping ugandans behind for the sake of those few with power to steal and enrich themselves at the expenses of the entire country.

    Besigye and Gen. Sejusa are heros. Even if I proceed to this conclusion with caution as m7 could still be using these people for his own intentions. He is well capable of that. But at least I agree with the spirit in which they awaken Ugandans to their own struggle, to free their country from a tyrant disguising himself!

    m7 seems threatened when people he once held in his arms come out to expose his true intentions. I wouldnt put my hand down for m7. my gut feeling is that he is dishonest. But still people in uganda dont want to take charge of their motherland. Eventually, history will repeat itself and uganda will be once again liberated, and m7 will lose the glory that many thought he had earned when he dealt with uganda’s former tyrants like amin and obote. Problem is when ugandans see bold peopel like Gen sejusa or besigye then tend to treat them with contempt because those ugandans have been manipulated to the extent that they cannot rationally recognise the limits a man with a selfish motive puts on their country.

    Yet if m7 was not a disguised dictator, that is his powers were in check through strong institutions, he would be one of Uganda’s best politicians. At a political level, i really like the way m7 plays his opponents. He is talented. But at a leadership level, he is a total flop! Noble leaderss, put the led first, m7 puts himself first! and then comes up with creatively crafted schemes to cover up this. Which in uganda are manifested as failed programs, empty development and poverty alleviation rhetorics, etc. Yet because there is no way to make m7 accountable, he gets away with this. Eventually, his strengthens are overcome by his weaker side, and overall he does more harm than good!

    Before we put our trust in people like Gen. sejusa, we shall need to see him indicate clearly how he intends to bring down m7. Respond to m7 tactics of military mighty with similar tactics. So eventually, unless ugandans wake up, m7 can only be taken on by a person with whom they speak a similar language. That is where my point to think besigye and Gen. Sejusa provide potential counterparty’s to the m7’s persona.

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  • November 12, 2014 at 1:15 pm
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    I sympathize with the general (Sejusa) for what he had to endure right from the bush. I wish he had not turned back after his 1996 fall out, he would be cleaner than he is in all these allegations. All the same, the confessions are positive, reminiscent of a born again person remorseful of his past ways. It remains to be seen whether the general is now permanently converted. Meanwhile, we pray for our dear country Uganda.

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  • January 8, 2015 at 12:08 am
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    All u all need to understand that right about now there is not a single patriot in uganda all want somethg to put in their pockets which i believe is the reason sejusa and m7 fell out MONEY. From opposition leaders to even young kids its money money money so enough of the talk of doom on m7 what we need is a patriot someone who loves uganda, its pple and what she represents. What is done is done leave the past in the past move on then uganda will actually move positively forward. Iiiiiiiiiiyyyyyyyyyyeeeeeee even rwanda which was in total ruins 1994 now beats us? If u ask we we should all be ashamed and stop saying m7 this m7 that. We Ugandans r the government. We need to change now!

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  • March 8, 2015 at 10:44 am
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    Tumussime u seem to be so frangametic no wonder two birds of the sem feathers flock together….so same trybs en thinking no wonder you say lyk dat because you cant even separate o tel wats ryt from the wrong…..i just advice you if you really ilitrate about poliics and you mix the suffering of many ugandans with your brothers knowledge then you should just shut….because you rili knw nothing….museveni might win these coming elections but just know no one in this world is born imortal ….his time will also come and trust me some of us are waiting for that moment ….he myt b powerful but he can neva over come death just lyk wat he has done to many ugandans ..

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  • January 21, 2016 at 12:14 pm
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    To me I was born in M7’s regime, I studied and now iam married with Kids, i’ve been hearing quiet many people in this Uganda being killed, so when I hear some one like Sejjusa aka Tinyefuuza explaining circumstances under which such were killed I suspect it might be true, Because now instance, my son being so close to me, am sure if he puts some allegations, 90% of such are real FACTS.
    And for sure no one should be a LIFE President, there are so many pple better that Museveni that can push Ug forward.

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  • January 23, 2016 at 2:45 am
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    Editor
    If I may be allowed to say ‘someting’ here. All you did was to put the ‘leopard’ on the platform. Given this very long queue to pinch the ‘leopard’, it suggests that it’s a very interesting animal. Let me add a pun here and there. In this queue are those who have already pinched its ‘arse’ possibly more than once and those waiting to experience pinching its’ attractive ‘arse’. As the report says there are consequences!!! for all to see or read.
    On the other end, there are those who are stroking its moustache is it ‘fangs’!! I cannot for the life of me hazard a guess as to the consequences for doing so or doing it.
    Can you herreppppuuu!
    Opoya

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  • January 26, 2016 at 10:00 pm
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    kazini, mayombo, kayiira and other deceased were all sons of Uganda with known birth places and clear lineages. why does someone whose exact birthplace is unknown decide to take the lives of the cream of the country?

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