Police officers clobber a civilian during a demonstration in Kampala.
Museveni after failing to address the economic problems now is resorting to criminalzing people before they take part in a grand demonstration , this aims at stopping oppostion members from participating in a demonstration against his failing system that ‘s only promoting corruption ,using repression to silence public opinion.
As if the current measures to silence Ugandans are not enough Museveni’s government has specialised in concocting any strory to justify their actions, we have seen Museveni’s government getting army uniforms, bullets and guns puting them in people’s houses to work as exhibit and accusing them of treason.
But this will not deter Ugandans from participating in the walk to work demonstration
Kayihura Kale after brutalizing the police is now making the police force to specialise in fabricating stories .In Uganda have a police force that is unrelible corrupt ,brutal, full of murderers from NRA army officers.
According to Monitor newspaper of Sunday, December 25 2011o, General Kale Kayihura said, Opposition activists secretly plan to import guns to shoot civilians during next year’s scheduled peaceful protests and blame the killings on government, Police Chief Kale Kayihura has said.
The General added: “That is why they have called [the next phase of peaceful protests as] walk-to-work reloaded. We are aware of this [ploy] and we shall not allow our people to lose lives.”
From April to May, and again in October, acts of civil disobedience called by opposition-leaning pressure group, Activists for Change (A4C), shook the country as confrontations between unarmed demonstrators and security forces spiraled out of control.
Who shot demonstrators? And contrary to Gen. Kayihura’s Thursday pronouncement, dozens of civilians perished
from bullet wounds, allegedly fired by police and soldiers, during both phases of the walk-to-walk demonstrations – and none of the perpetrators has been prosecuted to date. The raw brutality meted on the demonstrators and unpunished extra-judicial executions alarmed world leaders as well as human rights defenders across the world, with Washington warning Kampala to style up and suspects face justice.
Speaking during the commissioning of a new office block for police in Bushenyi District, Gen. Kayihura contradicted himself by saying “we don’t know” the weapons smugglers yet he stretched to rope the plot on walk-to-walk organisers.
“He is paranoid and paranoia leads to schizophrenia,” said Masaka Municipality MP Mathias Mpuuga, the national coordinator of A4C. Schizophrenia is a severe form of mental disorder where individuals become obsessed with themselves and act abnormally, according to the World Health Organisation. Mr Nandala Mafabi, the Leader of Opposition, called on Ugandans to ignore the police head’s latest attempt to scandalise citizens’ constitutional right to peacefully assemble and demonstrate to express their displeasure with a corrupt government.
He said: “We will continue to demonstrate peacefully and unarmed. It is him (Kayihura) who wants to use wrong elements against us. He [is making the allegations because he] wants to justify his actions and that shows how bad this government is.”
Months ago, he alleged that A4C had sent youths to train as terrorists in Afghanistan. The IGP later circulated to media houses CDs containing audio clips, prepared as prosecution evidence, he said were extracts of utterances by A4C leaders involved in treasonable acts.
I call upon all Ugandans to come out and take part in the Next walk to work campgain