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Mbabazi Kassim 2h
Replying to @FDCOfficial1
“They talk of dialogue and then now this,” she said after meeting Nganda who is also the party spokesperson. She added: “ is pushing Ugandans to the wall and forcing them to go to the bush to fight for their freedom.”
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Mbabazi Kassim 2h
Replying to @KagutaMuseveni
Aol said this continuous kneeling for is becoming too much and making look like non-citizens. She said went to the bush for a reason and is now pushing Ugandans to do the same against his government.
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Mbabazi Kassim 2h
Replying to @MbabaziKassim
People gathered around MP Ssemujju Nganda’s home on Friday morning despite the deployment. They were bringing in fruit seedlings to the MP which will be used to plant a “Freedom Tree” while activism music continued booming from the MP’s home.
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Mbabazi Kassim 2h
The Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Betty Aol Ocan, has arrived at the home of Kiira Municipality MP Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda which is now besieged by the military.
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Elijah Ngabo 2h
On October 28, 2018 President issued a statement that was titled as follows “guidelines on managing rioters, terrorists, criminals and looters and methods of arresting and handling suspects.” Interestingly, among these guidelines are “shoot to kill” ...
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Mbabazi Kassim 2h
Replying to @HEBobiwine
Nganda said the soldiers tried arresting him from inside his own home. Nganda and his fellow PAFO MPs and those who voted against the age limit amendment were scheduled to hold a rally today in Kireka with as the main speaker.
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Justin R. 3h
Replying to @justinRurema
Her recent detention has already drawn international condemnation. PEN, the international organisation that promotes freedom of expression in literature, has called on the Ugandan authorities to release Nyanzi immediately.
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Umuganwa Vicky 2h
Aol “ is pushing to the wall and forcing them to go to the bush to fight for their freedom.”
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Justin R. 3h
Replying to @justinRurema
Nyanzi has been charged with cyber harassment and offensive communication” under the country’s Computer Misuse Act of 2011. She was arrested after she published a provocative poem on her Facebook page on September 16, the day after the president’s 74th birthday.
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Justin R. 3h
Replying to @justinRurema
, a queer feminist writer, activist and Research Fellow at the Makerere Institute for Social Research in , has been imprisoned in Uganda for allegedly insulting President Yoweri on social media.
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Umuganwa Vicky 2h
Replying to @homonypeace
said this continuous kneeling for is becoming too much and making look like non-citizens.
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Umuganwa Vicky 2h
Replying to @DailyMonitor
trampled on the snake with their heavy boots, killing it instantly. According to a report in , was heard asking in Swahili, "What is it?" as he moved his feet away. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 banaye spare
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Kagwa Charles Nov 15
-s need not blame every time he brings sacks of money & u clap, it’s money meant for social services that u share! If he brought sacks & placards demanding for ambulances, functional hospitals/schools etc were raised, that would teach him to treat u differently
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Umuganwa Vicky 2h
False snake alarm sparks panic at rally
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Elijah Ngabo 2h
Replying to @ElijahNgabo
For the “others,” Taliban justice awaits them. Among these “others” are his political opponents whom he considers “traitors” Remarkably, lumps these traitors with “rioters, criminals, looters, terrorists” for whom “there is no compromise” ...
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Elijah Ngabo 2h
Replying to @ElijahNgabo
Speaking about the foreigners, directs, “These must never be beaten, pushed or be barked at for any reason,” and continues directing that his officers should engage them by “talking politely to them.”
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Elijah Ngabo 2h
Replying to @ElijahNgabo
...If the security forces have been abusing people with impunity, ’s new directives should provide them with new found confidence to double down on the abuse. They have the assurance they need to know that beyond torturing ’s political enemies,...
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Elijah Ngabo 2h
Replying to @ElijahNgabo
...to a deeper extent than we can imagine to provoke this obvious callousness. In this directive, separates the people between locals and foreigners with each to be dealt with differently by his security forces (ISO, CMI, UPF).
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KIRABO Nov 16
Wait, I just remembered, Isn’t the jigger that must be extracted from Uganda’s body politic.... Museveni says that he is not panicked by this insecurity and his own PR stunts are intended to project to us that he is someone who has things under control.
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Umuganwa Vicky 2h
Replying to @homonypeace
In October this year, while addressing a public rally in village, , a snake slithered it's way into the 's tent sending ministers and officials scampering for dear life. 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
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