Yoweri Kaguta Museveni you have committed more sins than Iddi Amin Dada Rev. Fr. Gaetano Batanyenda tells Museveni .

gaeThe Parish priest  Rev. Fr. Gaetano Batanyenda of Kitanga, Kabale and Chairperson Inter-Religious Council Kigezi Sub-region has written to dictator Yoweri Kaguta  Museveni exposing him as dictator who cannot repent after robbing Dr. Kizza Besigye  of his victory  on 18 Feb 2016.

He reminded him  that  Museveni  himself lost the February 18th presidential elections but continue to impose harsh life to the winner Dr. Kizza Besigye who is incarcerated at his Kasangati home.

Below is the letter

On Wed 23rd March 2016 I wrote to President Museven in these or similar words

Your Excellency,

Where as I personally gave Holy Blessings to you this year on 4th January purposely that you may REPENT your SINS, it is very unfortunate that your SINS have rather over heaped and are now overflowing.

It is Miserable to watch the unending and continuous harassment, torture, arrest and mistreatment posed on Col Dr. Kiiza Besigye like an animal, by Kayihura instructed by you president Museven.

Regrettably, you and the small group of people with guns that lost the election last Month cannot repent.

Your Excellency, I was born in the same month and same year like you in 1944 if at all your age is correct, and I have witnessed all kinds of Leadership since 1962 or before, but most assuredly I tell you, you are the most Dictator in Uganda’s record ever!

Your Excellency, allow me to inform you that you have broken all bad records that were set by Idd Amin and lamentably you are setting your own bad records to worse.

Your Excellency, Most assuredly I tell you, you have exposed that you are a top dictator in Uganda’s history that cannot repent.

Your Excellency, I know you are aware that you badly lost the election last month, but unfortunately you have continued to impose harsh life to the winner (Col. Dr Kiiza Besigye) at his home by your small group of people with guns led by Kayihura

Your Excellency, you have forgotten that Ugandans no longer love you at all and you are forcing yourself on them, I remember last year I personally told you the same words while you were in Kabale district.

Your Excellency, dictators are not born but they are made, you have sadly reached at a level of being autocratic and monocratic because you have qualified for it.

Your advisors, ministers, and unfortunately some religious leaders, who know the truth prefer to keep dumb and watch things falling apart because they are opportunists, egomaniacs, sycophants and are fearful.

Your Excellency, Kindly consider repentance before the wonderful resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter.
May the Lord be with you


Aine’s case looks similar to Karanja’s case in Kenya in 1987


Photo of a dead Aine Christopher posted on social media by Charles Rwomushana Photo of a dead Aine Christopher posted on social media by Charles Rwomushana

Uganda police denies that the corpse in that photo is that of Aine’s!

Well, who do we believe now: Aine family that confirmed the body, or the police? There’s a relative story I may share here:

Sometime in 1987, a Kenyan peasant by the name Kamau Karanja, was arrested by the CID and held in a Nairobi police station for three days. His family only got wind of his arrest several weeks later, when one of his cell mates went to visit his home.

The family filed a habeas corpus suit, to compel the police to produce Karanja. Long story short, it turned out the police had killed Karanja and buried his body in a shallow grave in an Eldoret forest, over 300 miles away!
Aine when he was arrested by police Aine when he was arrested by police
In Aine’s case, the…

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Mutebile, corrupt ministers, MPs and Bassajabalaba have a symbiotic relationship with M7



Some should warn Karoro Okurut and Margaret Muhanga (Andrew Mwenda’s sister)that once Yoweri Kaguta Museveni(YKM) is out of office they will lose all the illegally acquired land without any compensation. Title deeds will be nullified the way it has been done and is still being done in Kenya. The good thing is that land is not a movable property. And even the buyers better be aware. The excuse that they bought from Karooro or Muhanga will not fly. And if you dig deeper where those women got their chits to go and lot public land, you will find that they got them from State House. Surprise!

And estates build on stolen or illegally acquired land will be torn down the way it has been done in Kenya where mansions were destroyed. Yes it is painful but for the sake of sanity it will have to be done. And it…

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On the surface one would think that H.E YKM is not taking Obama’s threat seriously. But according to current events in the region, that is far from the truth. Anybody wise must know which side of his bread is buttered.

1. Why else should H.E YKM write a rebuttal (press release). This has not been his practice except when the issue is very serious. None serious issues never attract his attention. Some people might be wrong in thinking that H.E. YKM is not taking Obama’s threat seriously. As usual H.E YKM outsmarts many of us. Things you think are minor he takes them seriously and things you think are serious he ignores. In the end H.E YKM emerges the winner all the time. He is a wise man is all can say.

2. It was out of the ordinary for H.E YKM to consult a panel of scientists and also…

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”………I have to also say that Africa’s democratic progress is also at risk when leaders refuse to step aside when their terms end. (Applause.) Now, let me be honest with you — I do not understand this. (Laughter.) I am in my second term. It has been an extraordinary privilege for me to serve as President of the United States. I cannot imagine a greater honor or a more interesting job. I love my work. But under our Constitution, I cannot run again. (Laughter and applause.) I can’t run again. I actually think I’m a pretty good President — I think if I ran I could win. (Laughter and applause.) But I can’t.

So there’s a lot that I’d like to do to keep America moving, but the law is the law. (Applause.) And no one person is above the law. Not even the President. (Applause.) And I’ll be honest…

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