By Henry D Gombya, Editor – The London Evening Post
Highly reliable sources have told The London Evening Post that Cerinah Nebanda, the first youngest woman to be elected to the Ugandan parliament, Brig Noble Mayombo, former Speakers of parliament James Wapakhabulo and Francis Ayume, are only a few of many Ugandan politicians seen as a danger to the hierarchy of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) whose deaths were ordered by a very highly placed authority in the NRM. Details of the death of these people and many more, will soon be released by an impeccable source who was centre to what has been going on in the NRM for the last 30 years.
And we can now also exclusively report that some members of the above individuals as well as the families of senior Ugandan government officials killed in suspicious circumstances as far back as the 1970s are planning to demand that the government of President Yoweri Museveni explains to them how their members met their deaths.
Since Gen David Sejusa revealed last weekend that President Museveni was involved in the deaths of both former Energy Minister Dr Lutakome Andrew Kayiira and Maj Gen James Kazini, pressure has mounted on him to come out and issue a statement on these allegations. Denials since issued by presidential press secretary Tamale Mirundi and Media House spokesman Ofwono Opondo have done nothing to quell the growing anger of Ugandans for Museveni, who is the longest servicing leader in Ugandan history, to come out and tell the nation what he knows or doesn’t know about the killing. He hasn’t said a word publicly but is said to be furious at Gen Sejusa which has led to many of his officials doing their best to avoid him at the moment. Many Ugandan has said ‘enough is enough’ and are demanding that they be told the truth.