Month: February 2021

THE ROAD WE TOOK TO FREE UGANDA

This road we took as a generation to free ourselves from this dictatorship is a series of Episodes, episodes that at times feature moments of Joy and sorrow as it is coupled with loops of confusion, speed bumps of fake friends, red lights of enemies and a lot more tempting parking spaces especially for the weak hearted. But yes that’s life, It is a combination of such opposing entities as happiness & sorrow, pleasure & pain and enjoyment & stress. But still NO human being can always be happy and nobody can be sad all the time, as People power, as NUP we choose Happiness, we choose optimism, we choose positivity amidst all the on goings.

So today being my Birthday I chose happiness, thanks Mum for the efforts, thanks God for Gifting me with this life and thanks friends for those heartwarming wishes you guys have showered me with that up to now are still coming in. Thank you. Its been amazing reading them Anyway I know we are all enclosed in the same garment of the uncertainty whose cause to end it is what binds us and soon or later we shall overcome. Thanks To our President elect BobiWine, the strategist of this ideology that brought us closer in blood and in spirit like brothers and sisters. Man, thank you for your brave and fearless leadership, you are a fantastic role model for all those seeking to understand how to make an impact with their life, you have proven yourself to be a leader of high ethics and morality, As young as u are, you have exhibited uncommon wisdom, remarkable vision, and exemplary leadership. Through your thoughtful leadership, great vision and sincerity, you have had a positive impact on every aspect of our lives deep down in our communities that make up mother Uganda. Behind the musical character is a sweet and accommodating personality of a true leader, on this my birthday I’m proud to call you PRESIDENT ELECT because fact of the matter Ugandans Voted for you then M7 as usual messed up the outcome, but as the situation clearly reads, it is not yet over until it is over because the struggle is as fresh as it was in the beginning.

From day one we were kept in the know that you can never enjoy your success unless you have worked hard for it, so the struggle continues, we wake up every day to recharge our mental batteries to full capacity to continue pushing till the gates of a NEW UGANDA widely open for every Ugandan to enjoy regardless of their race, class, religion, political affiliation and that day is is very soon. On this day I wish all political prisoners could be freed, Eddie Mutwe, Nubian li, Bobiyoung, SirDanMagic, Ricardo, Joy Strong, Map mediya etc. Anyway it’s still upon us to amplify our voices loud for their immediate release because it is what we have as the most powerful weapon.#FreePoliticalPrisoners#M7Mustgo#IstandwithUganda#JBMuwonge

Dismissing the NRM propagandists.

Moush Dismissing the NRM propagandists.

Karamoja sub-region remains one of the areas with highest military deployment. The number of UPDF soldiers almost equals the number of civilians in the region. Our survival as NUP team entirely depended on how adaptive we could be in the midst of extreme persecution.


A week to elections, my counterpart supervising Southern Karamoja was arrested together with his team, the entire network of agents went into panic mode and disarray. They hid and disguised, I had to rush to Moroto to see if I could save the situation, I managed to beat the security and we met in the bushes to forge a way forward.
Thank God, the remaining team led by Lukwago Ashiraph and Emmy Katongole was still strong despite the scary environment.
The detained team remained in custody till 13th Jan and upon release,they were instructed never to set foot in Karamoja.
No sooner had they left Moroto than the security got knowledge that I was in the district with agent letters and other polling materials. The hunt for us ensued, they were looking for someone with a long beard. We hid in a Kazigo for as long as possible….I left Moroto at 4AM only to meet a blockade at Nadonget. The car was searched, i was donning NRM attire, the police was confused.
By the grace of God I was let go, I had to cover the entire 9 districts with 19 constituencies.
No sooner had I left Moroto,than I got a phone call telling me about the arrest of the remaining team…the agent letters and money were confiscated. This was a huge blow, they were detained in a military barracks.
Meanwhile in Lango,Acholi, West Nile and Western Uganda our teams were being arrested left right and center, Ainebyona the Diaspora leader wasn’t spared too. Basically the past election was purely a silent military mission.
The team in Moroto was released on 14th at mid day after so much ballot stuffing had already been done. We tried to raise money and find letters again. It was a toll order but salute to the team, we managed to accomplish the task.
The RDCs were so busy, in this sub-region, an RDC is like a military general. He moves with a battalion. They managed to create an environment that makes opposition politics a taboo in the region. NRM should be ashamed to claim victory or legitimacy, I can testify that without guns and bribery, NRM can’t be bowed to. It’s basically “raping” us.
Let NRM pride in murder, bribery, brutality and other horrors but not in winning an election. Without such, NRM is a shadow.

I will give another account of the horrors of this regime being committed in the entire sub-region. Aluta continua.

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