By Henry D Gombya – Managing Editor
Today The London Evening Post starts investigations into the unexplained deaths and killing of prominent Ugandans that stretches way back to the Idi Amin days. In a research we have recently carried out, we found that there is a pattern to the killings that leads in one way or the other to the current leader of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
We have been inundated with information regarding these deaths from within and without the current Ugandan leadership. We also have the privilege of having an insider who is one of the 27 men that President Museveni started out with to fight what he called a struggle against corrupt leaders who stayed in power far too long. This insider is the main source for information on those who have lost their lives in questionable circumstances in Uganda.
The London Evening Post would like to categorically deny any suggestion that Gen David Sejusa, the former coordinator of military intelligence, who is quite understandably sympathetic to our cause to reveal the truth about what has been happening in Uganda for so long, is Our Source. At this juncture we have not thought it necessary to consult him on any of the information we will be sharing to the public. We do however intend at an appropriate time in the future, to have an interview with him.
This investigation will be long as we are still gathering information on these killings. We are very grateful to some of the readers who have sent us piles of information connected with the killings and we are requesting that if anyone there still has anything they would like to share with the Ugandan public about these killings, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We intent to share this information as and when we get it. Every Sunday we will be informing our readers of the latest information we have on this investigation.
Since we indicated we will be investigating these deaths, several threats have been made against our staff, especially this writer. I would like whoever is interested to know that if my life were to be taken away while writing about the killings in Uganda, I have told my family that they must know that were that to happen, they should know that I died doing the thing I really loved doing; revealing the truth. As a believer in the Holy Scriptures, it is written that when one knows the truth, it will make them free.