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    Members of Parliament from Kasese district and groups of human rights activists have vowed to sue President Museveni at the ICC over Kasese clashes underway.

    Legislators include the leader of opposition Hon. Winnie Kiiza who doubles as the district woman MP, the Kasese municipality MP Hon. Centenary Robert, Bukonzo East MP Hon. Muhindo Harold, Busongora North MP Hon. William Nzoghu, Bukonzo West MP Hon. Katusabe Atkins and the Busongora South MP Hon. Jackson Mbaju.

    The legislators say that Preparation are underway and a team of 14 lawyers has been hired to represent people who were arrested from the palace.

    During the weekend, Police and the UPDF attacked Rwenzururu palace of Buhikira in Kasese municipality and between the clashes over 60 people lost their lives, the King Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbere and other hundreds of his royal guards were arrested.


    Legislators from Kasese district have exchanged bitter words with government over the release of bodies of Rwenzururu Royal guards killed in the weekend clashes with the army.

    About 46 Rwenzururu Royal guards were killed by the army and the police at Buhikira palace of King, Charles Wesley Mumbere in Kasese municipality on Sunday afternoon.

    More than 140 royal guards and King Charles Wesley Mumbere were arrested up during the military offensive. Mumbere has since been charged with murder.

    According to the army, the preparations to release the bodies of the dead Royal guards to their families for burial is underway.

    However, locals are worried the the army has not yet even released the mere list of the deceased royal guards.


    The Uganda People’s Defense Force have halted their operations meant to look for remnants of the royal guard militias commonly known as ‘Kirumira Mutima’

    The army together with the police on Sunday stormed the palace of the Rwenzururu Omusinga, arresting him whereas over 40 of his royal guards were killed.

    Lt. Col. Richard Kiwanuka, the UPDF 305 Brigade Commander said they have given the remnants of the fighters a week’s grace period to surrender peacefully.

    “We have suspended our operations for one week and those who are still in hiding can come out and surrender,” Lt.Col Kiwanuka said.

    “They can surrender to the RDC, LCs and Police at their own will and nobody will touch them.”

    The police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi told this website that the mood in Kasese is now calm. He said however that the grace period will not be applicable to the commanders of the Kirumira Mutima militia.

    “The RDC’s approach is that we can’t arrest the broader community but those ring readers who masterminded the killings remain suspects and we shall arrest them,” Kaweesi said.

    He said the militia had many people recruited right from parish level to the sub counties, stressing that the ring leaders in the violence will still be arrested.

    The UPDF’s 305 Brigade Commander added that they will resume the operations in the Rwenzori mountains at the elapse of the weeks grace period that started on November 30.

    “We have suspended the operations for them to surrender, but if they don’t, we will have to move.”


    Northern Uganda, Teso & Kasese killings: As long as we have the mentality of ‘them not us’, Uganda shall never be in Peace, Development, Growth and Steady Progress.
    The Pearl of Africa can only rise when the Government has Rule of Law underpinned by Fundamental core values of;
    (i) Human Dignity;
    (ii) Equality;
    (iii) And Freedom.


    You will forgive us because what all museveni does, represent neither the views of all Bahima nor Banyankore at large, museveni is museveni and Ankole is Ankole there is Avery big difference.Me am a Munyankore and I beg you please forgive us because we are also wondering. am NOT happy because of the situation in Uganda bse of u museveni.


    That is the best you can do, please brothers and sisters don’t die for these greedy hyenas, run for your dear lives, let Museveni, Saleh, Kayihura, Muhoozi, Kuteesa bring their children to fight for their thing.


    Museveni has abrogated the Constitution again by killing Ugandans and failing protect them_ he is no longer fit to be President of Uganda. Museveni MUST go!




    Unknown people attack villages in Sembabule, hack residents, run with their money and boda bodas, and they have notified other villages that they the next to be attacked.
    Isn’t Sembabule the home of the demi god Sam Kuteesa?


    Here are the “invisible children one” more time! Orphans of the Museveni regime massacre in Kasese. The Uganda Army operation over the last weekend of November in 2016 is said to have created about 347 Orphans! The Orphan creating Gen. Museveni machine Journey that began in Luweero in 1980, to Teso, via Acholi in the 1990s, has arrived in Kasese with a diabolic bang!


    LET’S DO LOGIC NOW On Kasese.

    1.The photos of war show us the dead bodies. All of them cut on the faces and are full of blood. Some are cut on the lips .
    2. Others show us dead body on kandoyad (tied) people. On the other hand,
    3.The police photos shows us bundle of pangas and spears.
    4.Now, It’s also known that police went and killed all who were in the palace and arrested the remnants.
    They then claim that the pangas and knives belonged to those who can tell no tales (the dead) it’s plausible that the same can belong to the exhibits that police has gathered for long from previous crimes (probable)

    Police then calls them immediately that these were terrorist& then rebels and the secessionist rebel .

    Now the unanswered questions.
    1. Who cut the dead people? How did they use their own weapons to cut their own faces and heads?
    2. At what time did the kandoyad dead bodies get shot? We’re they shot and then tied or they were tied and shot?
    3. Police should show us their pangas which they used to cut the dead because the ones I see in photos have no blood.
    As a Human rights activist am asking police to show us because those dead civilians now termed as terrorists could not have cut themselves.


    How many more massacres and assassinations? The most recent one is in Kasese (estimates of dead from 100 to 203) — and it’s not the first time. There have been repeated assaults including shortly after the February 2016 election that most observers believe Museveni stole from Dr. Kizza Besigye.

    In the most recent massacre, Atkins Katusabe, a Ugandan member of parliament who was at the scene in Kasese said he had helped negotiate the surrender of the guards of the traditional monarch who were disarmed but instead Gen. Museveni’s soldiers stormed the palace and killed them.


    The journalist who took photos, Ms. Joy Doreen Bira (woman holding eye glasses in photo below) who works for KTN in Kenya was arrested by Uganda’s military.


    Look at how the women who worked or resided in the palace were humiliated — undressed and taken away by the dictator’s soldiers.

    Degrading Uganda’s women by Gen. Museveni’s military is now the norm. Remember the October 2015 arrest of Ms. Fatuma Zainab a female leader of FDC opposition party who was stripped in public by security agents?


    Yet major global media including The New York Times are regurgitating the Museveni regime spin of need to suppress “tribal” uprising. The cynical dictator knows some Western media always fall for the tribal/savage Africa narrative.

    No. It’s a massacre. The regime’s elite covete the region’s oil and mineral rich lands and resents their indomitability. The region voted against the regime in February.

    Also add to Gen. Museveni’s list of massacres/assassinations in addition to Kasese: Kayunga; Kasese; Acholi; Ituri, Goma, Kisangani (triggering multiple wars that have claimed 6 million Congolese lives); Kigali (Rwanda, after providing missiles that shot down President Habyarimana’s plane triggering massacres that claimed lives of estimated million Rwandans); Juba (South Sudan instigating wars between Kiir and Garang); Central African Republic; Lira; Mukura massacre (Teso); Mogadishu (Somalia); Andrew Kayira (suspected); Francis Ayume (suspected); Nebanda (suspected); Gen. Aronda (suspected); Gen. Kazini (suspected)…

    PLEASE add to this list as there are many more.

    How can one man spill so much blood with no accountabilty?

    For those unfamiliar do a simple Google search if you care.

    Yet this man is a #1 Friend of the United States.
    Nearly $30 billion in U.S. taxpayers money since he seized power in 1986 when Ronald Reagan was president.

    Last year alone the dictator’s regime received $750 million in U.S. Taxpayers’ money according to the Washington Post.


    Africans who stand up for the continent are struck down like: Nkrumah; Lumumba; Sankara….

    The one responsible for the deaths of so many Africans, like Gen. Yoweri Museveni, who once said Hitler was a great man but went too far, is protected and financed by the U.S. and U.K.

    In return for keeping Museveni in power Western companies are allowed to plunder neighboring Congo’s resources (coltan, gold, diamond) through Uganda and Rwanda after Gen. Museveni’s soldiers kill Congolese and clear the mining areas. The United Nations even named some of these companies in past reports.


    The International Court of Justice ordered Uganda in 2005 to pay Congo $10 billion for the atrocities and plunder — not a dime has been paid.


    When the International Criminal Court started investigating the crimes committed in the Congo by Uganda’s military he asked the United Nations Secretary General to block the probe.


    Protected at the highest places.

    Share this post with your elected representative.

    Awaken people!

    Kasese massacre


    Past assault against Dr. Kizza Besigye who is widely believed to have won the past three elections including February’s


    Guardian article on dictator Museveni




    Youtube short


    From the archives before notorious camps were closed



    Please arrest Uganda museveni Forces( UMF? for murdering citizens and leave our omusinga Charles mumbere becoz he is innocent. we are tired of rotten regime


    The sinful life of NRM has over grown and soon it will face death, “for the result of sin is death”. Then it’s first, second, third and forth generations shall pay for the sins of their ancestors.



    Rwenzori region is comprised of the districts of Kabarole, Kasese and Bundibugyo. This is the region that composed the former Tooro Kingdom which was originally comprised of the Batooro, Bakonjo, Bamba, Bashongora, Batuku and Batagwenda. During the early 1960s, the Bakonjo and Bamba revolted against the Tooro Kingdom in a bloody rebellion for their independence.

    That rebellion dubbed Rwenzururu Uprising was led by the late father of the current King of the Bakonjo. Following the abolition of Kingdoms in the 1960s, the central government granted district status to Kasese for the Bakonjo, Bundibugyo for the Bamba and Kabaroke for the Batooro. After the overthrow of Iddi Amin, the Rwenzururu uprising re-emerge under the leadership of the current King of the Bakonjo with bases in the Rwenzori Mountains.

    The insurgents had bloody clashes with the UNLA’s 31st Battalion under Capt. Tom Odong. At the time Kasese was a stronghold of the UPC with top UPC stalwarts who mediated dialogue between the UPC II government and the Rwenzururu insurgents. The 1982 peace deal saw some of the Rwenzururu fighters who surrendered and were incorporated into the UNLA and their leader then Prince Mumbere who is the current King of the Bakonjo awarded a scholarship to the USA.

    The Bakonjo dominate the mountainous areas of Kasese, Kabarole and Bundibugyo with a few like Minister Nyombi Thembo who migrated to Mubende. They have their close cousins on the other side of the border in the DRC. The Bamba only occupy only the lowlands of the Rwenzori Mountains in Bundibugyo. The Batooro occupy the law lands of Kabarole and Kyenjojo and parts of Kamwenge districts.

    The minority Bashongora pastrolists occupy the lowlands of Kasese district bordering Lake George and Queen Elizabeth National Park. The Batuku occupy the newly created Ntoroko district on a strip of lowland between Semuliki Game Reserve and Lake Albert bordering with Bundibugyo. The Batagwenda occupy Kamwenge district areas of Mahyoro stretching to south of Lake George.

    The so called Banyabindi in Kasese to which Minister Kiyonga belongs are Bakonjo only that its Museveni who is trying to disassociate them from the Bakonjo the same way he did with the Banyala, Bakooki and Baruli in Buganda. Because his minority Bashongora in Kasese are very few in number, he wants to boost them with the Banyabindi so that he degazettes part of Queen Elizabeth National Park and create a separate district and kingdom for them.

    Because of the long presence of Kilembe copper mines, Him a Cement Factory, Lake Katwe Salt Works, Mubuku Irrigation Scheme, and the Ibuga Refugee Camp for the Banyarwanda, a number of migrants outside the original ethnic communities of the former Tooro Kingdom have settled in Kasese. Like has been the case with the oil discovery in Bunyoro, the anticipated resumption of copper mining in Kilembe has attracted the usual suspects to rush to Kasese for land grabbing.

    When Museveni’s NRA rebels established bases in the Rwenzori mountains in 1984, the Batooro, Bamba, and Bakoonjo overwhelmingly enlisted and supported the rebellion. After the fall of Kampala, the NRA’s 1st Battalion based at Katabi in Entebbe and 75th Batallion based in the Rwenzori mountains were exclusively dominated by Bamba and Bakonjo. However, a good number of Bamba and Bakonjo also deserted the NRA and returned home. Within the army the Bamba and Bakonjo demonstrated a high level of solidarity among themselves.

    They knew each other throughout all the units such that when a problem befell anyone of them, all the others would immediately know about it through their internal communication mechanism. Even at the battle front if one Mwamba or Mukonjo was shot all the other tribesmen would rush to the rescue of the injured thus increasing the casualties. Its only the Bamba and Bakonjo in the NRA who were the first to defy the policy of burying in designated cemeteries that was meant to cut on expenditures on fuel for transporting dead bodies to respective homes.

    The Bamba and Bakonjo would conceal their dead children in boxes, fundraise and transport them to their homes by public transport. Before the coming of the NRA the highest military rank that had ever been held by a Mukonjo was that of Lieutenant. For the Bamba, they had never had a commissioned officer and the highest rank ever held by a Mwamba was Sergeant during the reign of Iddi Amin. Its the NRA that elevated them with Gen. Wilson Mbadi being the topmost Mukonjo in the military history of Uganda.

    For the Bamba, its Col Jack Bakasumba who holds the highest rank in their military service history. Both officers started their military service in the NRA as military instructors before rising to serve under the Museveni’s Special Guard unit where Gen. Mbadi had been a body guard to Museveni and Col. Bakasumba had been an Ag. Commanding Officer. There are several other Bamba and Bakonjo senior and junior army officers in the NRA.

    After Museveni took over power, Amon Bazira a former UPC strongman from Kasese mobilised the former Rwenzururu fighters into an anti government rebel force called National Army for the Liberation of Uganda (NALU). They established bases in the Rwenzori mountains with rear bases on the other side of Congo. Having been a Director of UPC’s secret Services (NASA) and cabinet Minister, Amon Baziira had the capacity to put in place a formidable force.

    He was assassinated in Kenya by Museveni’s security agents. Remnants of his NALU continued with minor skirmishes with the NRA until when some of them led by Major. Kapuchu and Major. Muhindo joined hands with the NRA around the early 1990s. Major Kapuchu died shortly after while Maj. Muhindo who had been attached to DMI was later reported to have defected and joined the rebel PRA.

    When the ADF struck in the mid 1990s, it established forward bases in the Rwenzori mountains. The Muslim dominated border area of Kasese was the conduit route for rebels and recruits to and from Congo. Its for the same reasons that DPC Mohammed Kirumira was immediately transferred from Beers to Kampala at the start of the ongoing crisis in Kasese. The ADF was reported to have later on allied with the NALU remnants to form ADF/NALU. Later on the shadow PRA rebels that the regime linked with Dr. Besigye also came on the scene and it had a sizeable number of Bakonjo.

    It was amidst these rebellions that hit the Rwenzori that Museveni lured the former leader of Rwenzururu, then Prince Numbers to return from the USA. After he returned, the Region was granted a Kingdom. However, owing to his divide and rule policy, Museveni also initiated a kingdom for the Bamba. He incited the Bamba now to allow the influence of the Bakonjo Kingdom to some of their sacred places located in Bundibugyo. Like he had done with the Kabaka’s visit to Kayunga in Buganda, he blocked the Bakonjo King access to the sacred sites and his subjects who reside in Bundibugyo.

    He did this so as to divide the Bamba and Bakonjo in order that they act as a check on one another for their activities in the strategic Rwenzori mountains. As had been the case with Maj. Baker Kineze whom he appointed the King of the Banyala in Buganda, he appointed another army officer Maj. Martin Kamya as the king of the Bamba. Later he promoted him to the rank of Lt. Col. and now he has taken him for a refresher military drills in preparation for a military showdown between the Bamba and Bakonjo whose king has a military background. Forget about the rhetoric of Lt. Col Kamya’s retirement from the army; among all the traditional leaders, its only him and Banyala’s Maj. Kimeze who salute and call Museveni Affande.

    Its the regime inspired restrictions on the freedom of movement and association of the Bakonjo king that led to the 2014 armed attacks on security installations in both Bundibugyo and Kasese. To avoid the shame as a result of those humiliating attacks, the regime was quick to brand it ethnic clashes.

    At the same time, it embarked on indiscriminate retaliatory attacks on the Bakonjo residing in Bundibugyo thus the mass graves that have never been explained. It is this mishandling of the 2014 clashes that provided a breeding ground for what is happening in the region now. In retaliation the people of Kasese this time around doubled their efforts in voting for the opposition such that at all levels the regime lost flatly. Most embarrassing was the defeat of the regime’s strongman and Minister of Defence, Cryspus Kiyonga. Unfortunately, the regime did not learn any lessons from the 2014 clashes.

    Instead it is busy mobilising the Bamba into militia groups against the Bakonjo. The regime also doubled its treatment of the Bakonjo as enemies of the regime which sparked off the first clashes in Hima. To further isolate the Bakonjo, the regime may be planning to stage manage an attack on the Batooro that will pit them against the Bakonjo. Museveni’s ultimate plan is to keep the Rwenzori region in a turmoil so that the strategic Rwenzori mountains is not used as a base by any potential armed insurrection. In Kasese its the Bakonjo who are being killed by the security forces and vice versa.

    In Bundibugyo the Bakonjo attacked the security forces and in retaliation the later allied with the Bamba to hunt down the Bakonjo resulting into mass graves. Bamba militants armed with traditional weapons are seen operating side by side with the members of the security forces thus putting into doubt the neutrality of the security forces. The ongoing Operation Usalama by the security forces in the Rwenzori mountains is targeting the Bakonjo. At the end of the day, some Bakonjo will flee to eastern DRC thus giving Museveni an excuse to re-enter DRC.

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