Londoba (-londobye, nnondobye)

v.i. select, choose, pickout; enumerate. Cg. Londa.


Londobala (-londobadde, nnondobadde) v.i

Stare stupidly, look around in a foolish manner,

Sit with a vacant look.

Ekibuga kyali kirondobadde. The city had a hopeless look.


Londobereza (-londoberezza, nnondoberezza) v.i ramble on, chatter,

Talk incessantly.


Luwonko, o- (lu/n ravine, valley, depression.

Cf. Ekiwonko.


Gabunga (la) arch. Title of the chief of the Kabaka’s canoes , admiral;

Title of a high-ranking chief of the Mmamba (Lungfish) Clan.


Taliimu. He is stupid or He is not at home.


Baama or Bama (-baamye, -bamye) v.i. become wild/fierce;

Go wild, act wildly.


Gen Olara Okello given 15-gun salute: 


By  RISDEL KASASIRA
& SAM KOMAKECH


Posted  Monday, February 16  2015

At Kitgum, Gulu Acholi, Uganda - 

A Gun fire shook the serene flat plains of Madi Opei, Lamwo District, in whose midst many sons and daughters of Acholi lie.

To the passerby and residents in far flung villages, the deafening gun sound could have been mistaken as resumption of the ebbing Lords Resistance Army rebellion that ravaged Acholi several years ago.

But this was the culmination of ceremonies by the Special Forces of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces to send off another of Acholi’s sons, Lt Gen Bazilio Olara Okello, with full military honours.

Under the command of Capt Moses Kaniini, the army accorded Lt Gen Olara Okello a 15-gun salute, in a reburial on Saturday afternoon.

Gen Olara Okello died in exile in Sudan on January 9, 1990, and was buried in Omdurman near Khartoum.

His remains were returned to the country last Thursday.

The reburial was attended by some UPDF top brass and local politicians.

The casket draped in national colours was heavily guarded by the military police, the same force that forced him into exile in 1986. A military drum was sounded 15 times before a red flag was raised to flag off the 15-gun salute.

Clad in ceremonial military attire, eight colonels “stood to attention”, tightly holding onto their swords. They drew them, pointed them into the sky as pallbearers led by Brig Charles Otema Awany carried the casket to the grave.

As the casket was lowered, a soldier sounded the bugle- the last post-to announce the demise of a general as part of the military burial ceremonies. The clergy led by Vicar General of Gulu-Archdiocese Mathew Odong led prayers for the repose of his soul.

The reburial invoked emotions among relatives and residents who lived when Gen Olara Okello and his men were in charge of the nation.

However, by granting him a befitting send off by his former adversaries, was a sign of reconciliation between his family and the current government.

Gen Museveni commanded the National Resistance Army (NRA) rebels, now UPDF, that toppled the UNLA troops commanded by Gen Olara Okello. When the NRA took power in January 1986, Lt Gen Olara Okello fled to Sudan where he sought asylum. He later succumbed to diabetes and was buried in Omdurman, Sudan.

Speakers described Gen Olara Okello as a courageous fighter.

Gen Olara Okello commanded troops that staged a coup against former president Milton Obote and was in charge of the country as de facto head of state between July 27 and 29 before handing over power to the Gen Tito Okello Lutwa.

Gen Olara Okello left behind two widows, 19 children and 31 grandchildren.

The salutes

According the commonwealth military burial customs, a four-star general is given 17 gun salute, 15 for a three-star (Lieutenant General), 13 for a two-star (Major General), 11 for a one-star (Brigadier). A President is given 21-gun salute.

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"Don’t use my name to grab traditional lands" - says the long serving President of Uganda as he campaigns for democratic re-election for a 6th term in office.

By STEVEN ARIONG

Posted  Tuesday, December 1   2015

NAPAK.KARAMOJA PROVINCE: UGANDA:

President Museveni has ordered for the arrest of any person found using his name or that of State House to grab land in Karamoja region.

President Museveni said this last Thursday at a press conference held at Morulinga State Lodge in Napak District.

The President’s orders came after he was asked by a journalist whether he was aware his name was being used by land grabbers claiming to be working in State House.

The Presidents replied: “I have never sent any one to get land in Karamoja. Whoever wants the land should follow the right procedures,” he said.

According to the survey carried out by the Ecological Christian Organisation (ECO), 97 per cent of the land in Karamoja has been licensed to 147 investors who are holding exploration and mining licenses ranging from 10 to 30 years but the community does not know yet the land in the region is owned communally. The President said he would write to the ministry of land to cancel some of the licenses acquired illegally.

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Over 100 mineral companies in Karamoja


Publish Date:

May 01, 2014


The First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs, Mrs. Janet Museveni


By David Lumu

 

The frantic jostle for minerals in Karamoja by companies has caused a problem of large scale land acquisition, a preliminary report by the Center for Basic Report has revealed.

 

Prof. Josephine Ahikire, the executive director of the Center for Basic Research (CBR) said that the concentration of mining companies in Karamoja has a direct implication on women rights and how communities interface with companies that have acquired land to establish mineral industries.

 

“It is not really about pin-pointing, but identifying communities that have experienced the large scale land acquisition problem and looking at how women are interfacing with the process,” she said.

 

Land policy experts also argue that the quest for land acquisition in Karamoja is raising a puzzle of land development versus the protection of individuals and communities.

 

Dr. Rose Nakayi of Makerere University Law School told New Vision that although large scale land acquisitions are not an accident of contemporary time, government must come up with a clear delimitation between government and public land.

 

Nakayi said that what is spanning out in Karamoja is “a challenge of international capitalist players and the desire to have Uganda develop.”

 

“Acquisition of land by foreigners must be explained to the local communities. Foreigners cannot acquire customary land, they can only acquire leases,” she said.

 

Eng. Simon D’ujanga, the state minister for energy said that ever since the country’s remotest area was pacified by disarming cattle rustlers, over 100 mineral companies have been set up by investors.

 

“In the recent past, we have tried to market the region and the country at large. We now have over 100 mineral companies in Karamoja and we are encouraging more investors,” he said.

 

First lady, Janet Museveni, the minister for Karamoja affairs is credited for championing the transformation of Karamoja by courting donors to invest in the region.

 

A 2011 survey by the Uganda department of geological survey and mines at the ministry of energy found that Karamoja has gold, limestone, uranium, marble, graphite, gypsum, iron, wolfram, nickel, copper, cobalt, lithium and tin.


The survey indicated that land in Karamoja is owned communally, which makes it difficult for the mining companies to identify the rightful owners for compensation or consultation.

 

Prof. Ahikire said that as companies begin to explore the minerals in Karamoja, voices of land grabbing, environment damage, limited information of land laws and marginalization of women are starting to come out.

 

D’ujanga said that land in Karamoja is acquired by investors according to the law. The Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) puts the population of Karamoja at 1.2 million people.




Agambire oba agambye: "Nga mu mpalampye! Where do you want me to go. I have lived in the State House now 30 years. What does the Land Act say about bona-fied occupancy

Sijja kugenda.


Ono omusajja anyumirwa entalo. Mujjukire: ENSI EGULA MIRAMBO NGA NO TEMULI WUWO.


Kyankwanzi now place for wicked decisions - Fr Gaetano

By ROBERT MUHEREZA 


Posted  Sunday, February 15  2015

 

KABALE, KIGEZI, UGANDA:

The parish priest for Kitanga in Kabale Diocese, Fr Gaetano Batanyenda, has said whereas the NRM/NRA high command used Luweero to liberate Uganda, they are currently using Kyankwanzi to bring down all they promised Ugandans.

Fr Batanyenda was on Thursday addressing the press in Kabale Town where he said all the undemocratic decisions that do not have popular support such as the lifting of presidential term limits, endorsing President Museveni as sole candidate and the proposed lifting of the presidential age limit are always first taken to Kyankwanzi for endorsement during NRM party retreats.

“It’s as if Kyankwanzi has been turned into a place to turn down all the democratic ideals that were hatched during the NRA/NRM liberation struggle in Luweero. All religious leaders in Uganda should join us in preaching against the negative trends our country is taking to avoid disastrous situations,” Fr Batanyenda said.

“Kyankwanzi has become a place of condemnation where negative seeds about hatred, nepotism, sectarianism and other forms of injustices are being sown, contrary to the spirit of the Luweero Bush War struggle...,” Fr Batanyenda added.

He said if the information that MPs are demanding Shs300m to allow President Museveni rule for life are true, it would prove how greedy our leaders are, instead of demanding better salaries for health workers and teachers and ensuring enough drugs in government hospitals.

UPC calls for Reconci-liation Commission 

By MARVIN KIRUNDA

Posted  Thursday, February 19  2015

 
Kampala- Uganda:
Uganda Peoples Congress (UPC), another old dictatorial political party has demanded the establishment of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission, describing as opportunistic, the way NRM government is forgiving past political leaders it demonised yesterday.

“One minute a leader is labelled a swine and before you know it, he is turned into an eminent hero.

The NRM government should stop the ad-hoc forgiving of political figures, it is an opportunistic way of handling a very traumatic period of our past,” Mr Joseph Bbosa, the UPC vice president, said yesterday.

Mr Bbosa’s comments come in the wake of Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) taking over the reburial of the remains of the late commander of the Uganda National Liberation Army (UNLA), Lt Gen Bazilio Olara Okello.

Lt Gen Okello was exiled to Sudan in 1986 when the National resistance Army (NRA) under the command of President Museveni toppled the Gen Tito Okello Lutwa government. Lt Gen Okello was then commander of the UNLA.

He is said to have succumbed to diabetes in 1990 and was buried in Sudan.

Mr Bbosa said the commission will be charged with investigating and forgiving every political crimes offender and would be comprised of eminent persons in and outside Uganda.

He pointed out the war in northern Uganda from 1986-2008, the September 2009 riots in Buganda and the Luweero triangle war of 1981-1986 that brought President Museveni to power as some of the incidents that need to be investigated by the proposed commission.

However, the government spokesperson, Mr Ofwono Opondo, said government does not see any need for a Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

“The UPC has all the platforms to express their issues including the media, courts of law and Parliament which has a Human Rights committee. Let UPC first tell Ugandans why it abolished kingdoms and made Uganda a one-party State,” he told the Daily Monitor on phone yesterday.

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The International

Criminal Court says that it is on a visit to the Continent of Africa on invitation by its member states:

 

ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda (R) with State minister for

ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda (R) with State minister for Disaster Preparedness Musa Ecweru (C) and other Soroti leaders yesterday. Photo by Simon Peter Emwamu


Posted  Tuesday, March 3  2015

 

Soroti, UGANDA- The Chief Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court has said the ICC is in Africa on invitation by African countries that are state parties to the Rome Statute and not by choice.

Ms Fatou Bensouda, who finalised her visit of northern and eastern Uganda to acquaint herself with the effects of the LRA war yesterday, said the attack on the court by African heads of state is unfair.

“Leaders should not expect to commit atrocities and expect to be above the law. Those days are over; ICC was created to help the victims,” Ms Bensouda told a gathering comprising civil society, security and political leaders in Soroti Town.

She said African Union and ICC share the same values on human rights and are both against impunity. She said Uganda ratified the Rome Statute in 2003, and requested for help on LRA war crimes. She said investigations are also on going in DR Congo, Ivory Coast, Central African Republic and Mali.

“It’s very clear we work in transparent manner,” she explained.

Ms Bensouda said the ICC believes in fact-finding, the reason she came to listen to the victims of the LRA. One of the LRA commanders, Dominic Ongwen, is at the Hague awaiting trial in January 2016.

Ms Bensouda promised that more ICC officials will be coming to take statements from LRA war victims to help her office table a solid case before the judges. This, she said, is the reason why she asked judges to adjourn the Ongwen case to January 2016 as opposed to August 2015 as earlier indicated.

Mr Musa Ecweru, the state minister for Relief and Disaster Preparedness, thanked the prosecutor for coming to listen to the war victims.

The background

President Museveni has often bashed the ICC. During the Independence Day celebrations last year, Mr Museveni described the ICC as “a biased instrument of post-colonial hegemony.” The President was unhappy with the ICC for indicting two sitting African presidents; Omar Bashir of Sudan and Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya. Mr Bashir was indicted for war crimes in Darfur while Kenyatta was accused of fanning election violence in 2007. Mr Kenyatta’s charges have since been dropped.

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Museveni turns coat and apologises to ICC: "We are on same side".

 

President Museveni shakes hands with ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda at the President’s country home in Rwakitura.


PHOTO.

By FREDERIC MUSISI


Posted  Wednesday, March 4  2015  

 

Kampala, UGANDA,

President Museveni has said he is still on the same side with The Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC) notwithstanding his .misgivings.

“Despite our differences, we are on the same side,” Mr Museveni told ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda on Monday night, according to a statement issued by State House. The ICC Chief Prosecutor has just concluded a five-day tour of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) war-affected areas in northern and eastern Uganda.

“We had to hand over Dominic Ongwen because he was arrested from a different country and had committed crimes across several countries. If he was arrested in Uganda, we would have charged him here,” the President said.

The remarks come less than three months after the President; while speaking at Kenya’s 51st Independence Day in Nairobi last year, said he was “done with this type of court justice"

President Museveni, accused the court of being a tool of Western powers to witch-hunt African leaders. The court handles major war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity, for which a couple of African leaders have been indicted.

“People of the West should leave their foolishness. I am done with the ICC,” the President told a cheering crowd at Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi.

However, in Monday’s meeting, the President further stressed that Uganda will cooperate with the court and avail it all the necessary information and access to witnesses that it may need.

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Ettaka litabudde munnamagye Brigadier Kasirye Ggwanga ne mwannyina
May 18, 2015
Kasirye Ggwanga. 
 

Bya SAMSON SSEMAKADDE NE LUKE KAGIRI

 


MUNNAMAGYE  Brig. Kasirye Ggwanga akutte mukulu we n’amuggalira  ku poliisi ng’amulanga kugezaako kubba ttaka lya kika.

Ettaka lino liri ku kyalo Katakala mu  Mityana Town Council nga liriko yiika ttaano era nga kwe kuli ennyumba y’ekika ey’ekiggya eky’aba Kasirye.

Elizabeth Nabwami, 66, abadde yaakadda okuva mu  Amerika gy’amaze emyaka egisukka mu 10 ye yakwatiddwa.

Kiddiridde okugenda ewaabwe e Katakala ng’ayagala okulongoosa  awaka ng’eno Kasirye Ggwanga gye yamusanze n’amugoba  era  n’aleeta  poliisi n’agiragira emukwate era n’okusiba omuntu yenna anaagendayo okumweyimirira.







Kasirye Gwanga(wakati) nga akyali muvubuka mumagye ga Uganda Acholi, Uganda.


Wabula mukulu waabwe bonna, Edith Najjuuko yagenze ku poliisi e Mityana ne yeeyimirira Nabwami n’ateebwa.

Najjuuko agamba nti, “ettaka lino si lya Kasirye Ggwanga nga lyange nga Najjuuko, ne baganda bange abawala mukaaga kuba kitaffe omugenzi, Yovani Kasirye bwe yali tannaffa yandekera ekibanja  wabula oluvannyuma nneegula ne nkiteeka mu mannya gange. Kitaffe yagaana Kasirye Ggwanga okumusikira kuba we yafiira  Kasirye yali atandise okukola effujjo mu kika olw’okuba ye mwana yekka omulenzi  mu baana  b’omugenzi era ng’amannya ge ye Samuel Wasswa Gitta.”

Brig. Kasirye eyasangiddwa mu makaage e Makindye, yagambye nti,  “mwannyina yakomawo okuva mu Amerika n’ajingirira ekyapa oluvannyuma  lw’okugenda mu minisitule y’ebyettaka  ne kiteekebwa mu mannya ge ng’omuntu. Yatandika okuligabanyaamu bu poloti obwa 100 ku 50 era n’aleeta n’abaalirambula abaatandika n’okulipima n’atuuka n’okutema omuti ogwali ku biggya ng’ayagala kugutemamu mbaawo.  Mwannyinaze ono nnali namuwa yiika y’ettaka e Kyaggwe wabula nga yagaana okukolerako ekintu kyonna. Nange kwe kusalawo okumusibisa nga njagala yeesonyiwe ettaka lya famire akyuse n’ekyapa akizze mu ga famire kuba talina buyinza bukikyusa.”

DPC wa Mityana, Donald Ebunyu yagambye nti bagguddewo omusango ku fayiro SD: 37/16/05/2015 ogukwata ku by’ettaka wadde nga  Kasirye Ggwanga yaloopye gwa kwoonoona bintu bye, ogw’okutema omuti.

 

In Uganda, the Northern province is involved in a fishing war  betwen Pallisa and Ngora districts on Lake Nyaguo off Lake Kyoga:

Tension emerged between the fishermen of Pallisa and Ngora over illegal fishing gears that were being used on the lake. 

It is all about appreciating the environmental problems the Northern province is faced with as the Great Northern Sahara Desert comes closer to the Equator: 

5th January, 2019

 

By Mudangha Kolyangha

 

Local leaders from the two districts of Pallisa and Ngora have resolved to suspend all fishing activities on Lake

Nyaguo until issues causing tension between the two
communities are resolved.

During the inter-district security meeting, both districts agreed that fishing activities should be temporarily suspended to pave way for the two communities reach to a common understanding on the fishing gears.

The Pallisa LC5 chairman, Mr John Micheal Okurut told Daily Monitor that ever since tension broke out between the communities on either side late last year, resulting into the death of two people, the district has been the epicenter of fights.

“We have held a series of meetings in which the inter-district security committee resolved that all boats and fishermen should be registered and also fishing activities be suspended until further notice.This was done to curtail further clashes between the two fishing communities,” Mr Okurut said.

He explained that no body will be allowed to fish on the lake until all the issues raised have been properly discussed and action taken. 
Tension emerged between the fishermen of Pallisa and Ngora over illegal fishing gears that were being used on the lake.

Both sides were counter-accusing each other  of illegally using fishing gears that were not recommended. This however, sparked off a disagreement amongst the fishermen operating on Lake Nyaguo. 

The Beach management committee [BMC] headed by Mr Faustino Mwanika, and his accomplice attacked  Mr Calvin Opedum, Mr Omunyokol and Mr Silas Omudu from Ngora district, for using illegal fishing gears.

During the operation by the Beach Management Committee, a fist fight erupted and in the process two people; Calvin Opedun and Omunyokol, reportedly drowned into the lake while Mr Silas Omudu  survived.

Upon the death of these two people, angry relatives armed with machetes and clubs stormed the village on the side of Pallisa, looted goats, sheep and valuable house-hold properties forcing police to respond.

The Agule LC3 chairperson, Ms Jane Francis Atuko, said that ever since  the nasty incidence has left many families traumatized and fleeing their homes for fear of revenge.

Lake Nyaguo is a finger of Lake Kyoga that is shared by three districts of Pallisa, Kumi and Ngora and remains the biggest livelihood for the communities around the lake. 

“This is not the first time these two communities are engaged into fighting over use of  illegal  fishing gears. We have had several meetings but the situation continues to worsen and lives are lost because of the matter,” Ms Atuko said

The Deputy Resident District commissioner, Mr Emokol Onyango, said the move to suspend all fishing activities on the lake was because of the prevailing circumstances that was still breeding insecurity on the lake. 
“We need to harmonize the situation on both sides because if the status quo remains the same, it will not end the fight,” Mr Onyango said.

He said that despite the situation being under control, the police remain on standby to maintain surveillance in case of more attacks. “We need not to give room and people kill each other because of fishing gears.We need to work as brothers and sisters for betterment of our families since majority depend on this lake for livelihood” he said.

Fishing activities on Lake Nyaguo is no-more until the inter-district security committee finds it more peaceful to allow the two communities resume fishing but this will be done if the fishing communities comply to the laid down guidelines and this will involve fishermen and boats getting registered for easy tracking.

Mr Onyango further said that communities involved in unlawful fishing have to either ditch the banned activities or procure the recommended fishing gears if they will be allowed back to continue with their activities.

Previous incidence
On May 28 2017, Police rescued two fishermen from being lynched after they were suspected to have been part of the gang that has been terrorizing their fellow fishermen on the lake. Mr ChristopherAkamu and Mr Isaac Ariyo, both from Ngora, survived death after they were found using illegal fishing gears and even destroying fishnets of other fishmongers.

 

 

 

 

 

The Uganda Army is to try Bobi Wine, the flamboyant Member of Parliament and musician, over the possession of a military equipment around the borders of the Congo, Sudan and Uganda:

Mr Yasin Kawuma, Bob Wine's driver shot dead by one of the thousands of guns in the District of Arua adjacent to the two massive African countries that have been in never- ending civil wars for a very long time. These countries are the North and South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.



Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine

Mr Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine 

Government announced yesterday that Kyadondo East Member of Parliament (MP), Mr Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine will today be charged before the army court in Gulu over possessing a gun.

The other detained MPs, including Gerald Karuhanga (Ntungamo Municipality), Paul Mwiru (Jinja East), Michael Mabikke (former Makindye West MP) and Kassiano Wadri (Arua Municipality MP-elect) are expected to be charged today with yet-to-be known offences.

Detectives from Arua led by West Nile Regional CID chief Herbert Mutonyo drove to Gulu yesterday and recorded the suspects’ statements, Gulu CID officer Ronald Were said.
“The alleged offences committed by the suspects happened in Arua town, they are only being detained at our station. The officers from Arua are taking the lead in the investigations,” Mr Were said.

There were conflicting accounts on where the group would be tried, with officials in Kampala saying the suspects would be produced in Gulu magistrate’s court today. But a senior police officer in Gulu said they were to be taken back and charged in a court in Arua where they allegedly committed the alleged crimes.

The fate of Mityana Municipality MP Francis Zaake was unclear by press time, but photos circulated on social media showed him with a swollen hand and deep cuts to his fingers. Lawyers who accessed some of the suspects said Bobi Wine, was not in the police cells.

Their arrest, just as that of 28 other persons, followed the alleged stoning of one of the vehicles used in President Museveni’s convoy.

Mr Kyagulanyi’s driver, Yasin Kawuma, was shot dead on the same day at Pacific Hotel car park in Arua.
But First Deputy Premier Moses Ali, told Parliament yesterday: “Kyagulanyi will appear before General Court Martial in Gulu on Thursday [today]. Kyagulanyi was found with a gun.”
“Allegations of torture are not true. This is the government statement; there is no torture at Central Police Station cell,” he added.

Gen Ali also said Mr Kyagulanyi had earlier been checked into a military hospital in Gulu.
He added that all the persons arrested are in custody at the Gulu Central Police Station and are accessible to their relatives and lawyers.

Responding to the government’s statement, Mr Gilbert Olanya, the Kilak South MP, FDC, said the government should tell Ugandans what type of gun was found on Mr Kyagulanyi.
“Secondly, he [Gen Ali] dismissed allegations that our colleagues were tortured. We have evidence, photos of our colleagues who are lying in the hospital almost lifeless. For example, we have [a picture of] Francis Zaake. The blood oozing from his hands; the eyes are swollen, the ears are shattered. I do not know if Zaake tortured himself.” Mr Olanya said a police officer in Arua had told him on Tuesday that the government is going to “teach Mr Kyagulanyi and Mr Zaake a lesson that they will never forget.”

The Kigulu South MP, Andrew Kizza Kulaya (Independent), questioned why, if the MPs now in custody were not tortured, why government took Mr Kyagulanyi to a military hospital.
“The [First] Prime Deputy Prime Minister has informed the House that Mr Kyagulanyi was taken to a military hospital in Gulu…I wonder what takes one to a military hospital, [one] who on Monday was very healthy. In the campaign, he – Kyagulanyi – was moving on his own. And the minister comes here to tell us they have not tortured any of our colleagues. What a lie, Prime Minister!” Mr Kulaya said.

MPs Lucy Akello (Amuru), Florence Namayanja (Bukoto East), Monicah Amoding (Kumi), Kabale Municipality MP, Andrew Aja Baryayanga – Independent, Betty Aol Ocan, the LoP, also spoke out against the way their colleagues were being treating.
Meanwhile, six MPs were assigned to follow up the cases.
Additional reporting by Julius Ocungi

 

 

 

 

 

Poliisi ya Uganda efulumizza alipoota yomwaka 2017, ku buzzi bw'emisango:

Omuwendo gw'abattibwa gulinnye:

 

By Eria Luyimbazi

 

Added 19th July 2018

 

OMUWENDO gw’abattibwa gulinnye ekyongedde okweraliikiriza abantu. Lipoota poliisi gye yafulumizza ekwata ku misango egyaliwo mu 2017 yalaze ng’obuzzi bw’emisango bweyongeddeko bw’ogerageranya ne 2016.

 

Misango 703x422

Sabiiti ne Ochola (ku ddyo)nga bafulumya lipoota ku buzzi bw’emisango eggulo.

 

Mu 2017 poliisi yafuna emisango 252,065 so nga mu 2016 gyali 243,988 ekiraga nti gyalinnya ebitundu 3.3%.

Mu lipoota eno, abantu 4473 be baafa mu 2017 bwogeraageranya ne 4316 abaafa mu 2016. Omwaka ogwo gwasaanikirwa nnyo obutemu omuli abaakubwa amasasi, abeebijambiya naddala e Masaka n’ekittabakazi e Nansana n’e Ntebe.

Mu kwanjula lipoota ekwata ku buzzi bw’emisango, akulira ekitongole ekinoonyereza ku buzzi bw’emisango, Grace Akullo yagambye nti abantu 164 be battibwa nga bakubiddwa amasasi oluvannyuma lw’okulumbibwa abazigu omwali n’omugenzi Andrew Felix Kaweesi, omukuumi we, Kenneth Erau ne ddereeva we Godfrey Wambewa abattibwa nga March 17, 2017 e Kulambiro.

Mu battibwa nga bakubiddwa amasasi kwaliko abasajja 144, abakazi 14 n’abaana 6.

Yagambye nti abantu 603 bw battibwa mu kutwalira amateeka mu ngalo ate abantu 372 ne battibwa oluvannyuma lw’okufuna obutakkaanya mu maka ng’okutta mu mbeera eno kwali nnyo e Kamwenge, Kyenjojo, Mbarara, Rakai , Kakagi ne Ntungamo.

Yategeezezza nti ezimu ku nsonga ezivuddeko ettemu kuliko enkaayana z’ettaka, obutakkaanya mu maka, okuvuganya mu by’obusuubuziwamu n’okulwawo okufuna obwenkanya mu kusala emisango mu kkooti.

Akullo yagambye nti poliisi era ekyalina okusoomoozebwa okunoonyereza ku bubbi obutambulira ku mikutu mugattabantu kuba emisango poliisi gy’efunye egy’ekika kino ng’abantu bafiiriddwa ssente ezisoba mu buwumbi 169.

DISITULIKITI EZISINZE OKUBAAMU EMISANGO

1. Lira erina emisango 7,872, 2. Ntungamo 6,839, 3. Mbarara 5,096, 4. Gulu 4,731, 5. Mpigi 4,539, 6. Arua 4,261, 7. Mbale 3,857, 8. Kibuku 3,836, 9. Gomba 3,809, 10. Tororo 3,651 (ng’eno omuduumuzi wa poliisi, Okoth Ochola gy’ava.) Disitulikiti y’e Mbarara okuva 2011 tevanga ku lukalala olwo.

EMISANGO EGITANOONYEREZEBWANGAKO

2014 emisango 122,733 2015 emisango 101,904, 2016 emisango 95,270 2017 emisango 105,017 Kino kivudde ku kubeera ng’ekitongole ekinoonyereza ku buzzi bw’emisango kirina abasirikale batono.

EMISANGO EGISINZE OKUZZIBWA MU 2017

Okusobya ku bakazi 1,335, Egyekuusa ku ttaka 469, Okufuna ebintu mu lukujukujju 12,771, Obutalabirira baaana 10,021, Okubba ssente 7,878, Okwonoona ebintu 8,078, Okutisatiisa 13,474.

 

 

 

 

 

Omutawana oguli mu ggwanga lya Buganda okutwalira amateeka mungalo:

Governmenti ya NRM erina kutunula butunuzi kubanga nayo erina omuze gwe gumu ogwobusungu nokukozesa elyanyi kwabo abalina endowooza eyenjawulo.  

 

 

 

 

 

Abawayirizibwa governmenti ya Uganda okwetaba mu kutta Omugenzi Mukyala Magara bemulugunyiza Poliisi okubayisa obubi enyo(torture) nga bali ku police remand:

By Musasi wa Bukedde

Added 29th June 2018

 

Omulamuzi alabika nga ebyo byebemulugunyamu tebimukwatako era omusango addamu okuguwuliriza nga 12 July, 2018:

 

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Ssali (mu kakobe) ng’aliko by’ategeeza omulamuzi.

 

ABASIRAAMU abaakwatibwa ku by’okutta Susan Magara batadde akazito ku poliisi ebalage bakyala baabwe gye bakuumirwa bukya bakwatibwa. Bakulembeddwaamu Muzamiru Ssali eyagambye omulamuzi nti: “Oweekitiibwa nsaba poliisi etubuulire gy’ekuumidde bakyala baffe ne bannyinaffe kubanga awaka tebaliiyo ate ne mu kkomera tebaliiyo.

Poliisi bwe yazinda omuzikiti gwa USAFI yakwatiramu abooluganda baffe n’abaana naye tetuddangamu kubawuliza. Ebintu byaffe okuli emmotoka n’ebintu ebikalu byonna poliisi yabiwamba era kati ebikozesa mu bukyamu.

Ssebo omulamuzi njagala poliisi etutegeeze kati omuzikiti gwaffe yagwezza kubanga yakuba ekkubo mu lugya lw’omuzikiti, tetumanyi oba n’ekifo kyennyini oba nakyo yakyezza”, Ssali mu bwennyamivu bwe yategeezezza omulamuzi.

Ssali yazzeemu okulumiriza poliisi nti yabateeka ku mudumu gw’emmundu n’okubakuba ng’ebakaka okukola sitatimenti nga bakkirizza emisango ate n’obujjanjabi teyabawa!Ssali avunaanibwa ne banne okuli Musa Abas Buwembo, Yusuf Lubega, Miiro Kato, Hussein Wasswa omutembeeyi.

Hajara Nakandi omusomesa, Ismail Bukenya ne Imaam w’omuzikiti gwa USAFI Mahad Kasaliita, baakomezeddwaawo eggulo mu kkooti ya Buganda Road okumanya okunoonyereza we kutuuse mu musango gwabwe. Bano baakwatibwa nga April 27, 2018, poliisi n’ebitongole ebikessi bwe byazinda omuzikiti gwa USAFI.

Ku mulundi guno abawawaabirWa tebaabadde ne balooya kyokka nga mu lutuula lwa kkooti olwayita balooya abasiraamu abeegattira mu kibiina kya “Uganda Moslem Association” beeyama okubawolereza era ne bategeeza nga bwe bagenda okuggula ku Gavumenti omusango olw’okutulugunya abasibe.

Wabula omulamuzi Robert Mukanza yabawadde amagezi bafune looya anaasobola okukola obulungi ku kwemulugunya kwabwe. Omulamuzi era yayongezzaayo ekibaluwa ekikwata Partick Kasaija (Pato) ali mu South Africa wadde ng’oludda oluwaabi terwategeezezza wa we lutuuse ne kaweefube w’okumukomyawo.

Kasaija nga waaluganda ku mugenzi Magara, kigambibwa nti ye yaluka olukwe lw’okumuwamba ng’alumika n’ebyali awaka ng’abitegeeza abatemu kigambibwa ne ssente obukadde 700 ezaasasulwa abatemu ye yasinga okugenda n’ekitundu ekinene.

Magara yawambibwa nga February 10, 2018, abatemu ne bamutta nga February 27, 2018 omulambo gwe ne bagusuula e Kigo ku lw’e Ntebe. Omusango guddamu nga July 12, 2018.

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Abasibe abamanyi mumitima gyabwe nga tebaza nga musango twabagambye mulekerawo okulya emmere yomuwi womusolo. Mpoozi abawaka babaleetere nga emmere. Ate muyinza nokuzira emmere nemukola Hunger Strike okwetaasa. Kubanga omusango gwebabalanga guli mu ttuluba lye nsonga zabyabufuzi bwa Uganda. You are political prisoners.

 

 

 

 

 

ABASIRUKALE MUNSI UGANDA KUKUMA BATUUZE:

A group of NRM
MPs and ministers pushing for the removal of age limit
clause has continued with their resolve.
Some 245 NRM MPs on Tuesday resolved to introduce a bill
in 
parliament with the intention of removing article 102b of
the 
constitution to allow three-decade president run for
president in 2021 
when Uganda next goes to the polls.
Born in 1944 and in power since 1986, Museveni will be
ineligible for re-election unless article 102b is
deleted.
Now junior investment minister Evelyn Anite, notorious
for the 2015 
Museveni sole candidate campaign that kicked powerful
ex-prime minister 
Amama Mbabazi from NRM, has now warned that the party will
use its 
numbers in Parliament to ensure that the age limit clause is
deleted and
  Museveni rules for life.
Addressing the press at Parliament on Thursday alongside
MPs 
advocating for Museveni life presidency, Anite added that
the NRM had 
the support of the National Army and the National Police and would use
these forces 
against the Opposition who have vowed to fight the
plot.