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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
A HORROR TALE OF THE INHUMANITY METED ON NATIONALS BY OPERATIVES
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Masha Abrah Abbie 24h
Uganda under is like a Hollywood movie...anything is possible in the cast. Kati ono yani?? Spy within the prison? Prisoner with ranks or Police prisoner :)
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Mowliid Haji Abdi 1h
The son of Uganda’s President Yoweri has formally been decorated with his military insignia after being promoted by his father to the rank of Lieutenant General -- the second highest position in the national army.
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
Among this group of 6 people were Nduwayezu Emmanuel, 62, & Maniriho Aimable, 58. Nduwayezu was an old man that was arrested in in August 2017 while, he says, he was on his way to visit his sister in .
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
Next on the victim pile-up of Kampala’s illegal mistreatment of nationals, authorities dumped 11 at the Gatuna Border: 5 adults and 6 children. These people had been in custody in .
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
It is beyond belief! People who get to hear these stories tend to exclaim. “How do you imprison 60 year olds, or nursing mothers together with their babies? What inhumanity has overtaken rulers!”
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
media websites or social media accounts aligned to the regime often tell their readers that “the security agencies are arresting spies”.
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Enock MUKAMIRE  official Feb 16
Long live
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kaziro tales Feb 11
Whats wrong with Ugandan politicians.. Politics is a service not an Employment.... And when they over stay they deny the next generation a chance to serve...their country... Imagine how many generations have been denied such opportunity by the following..
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Christopher Kiggundu Feb 15
Mbu! ordered the deportation of the mtn executives because of the "Bosco Ad". I clearly dought there is any espionage as claimed! If there was any, why wouldnt they be given a benefit of a doubt to defend themselves in the courts of law! Tell us what they did!!🙄🤣
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Omujyasi Guevara Feb 9
MP SEMUJJU believes these promotions are intended to keep in power;
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
The man accepted the equivalent of Frw 7500 to release him. Of the more sad victims of the harassment policy against nationals, some can be found in the group that was dumped at on 9th February 2019 at Border.
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
They arrested him in but took him for detention in . The same thing happened to Maniriho. This story is consistent with accounts of bribery whereby failure to pay can mean the being transferred any of the detention centres
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Garad Salad Hersi Feb 11
Dictator promotes son, more than 2,000 army officers -
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
However a pattern has become very clear over the past 2 years or so that where citizens are concerned, is not prepared to follow any laws – whether laws, international laws, or its own laws.
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @RubavuDistrict
2 of these were women with babies – Yankurije Florentine, 33 who spent one night in the jail with her child Kabalisa Jackson of 5 months, & Tuyisenge Beatrice, 30, of who was locked up for one night with her 1-year old infant, Irampumuriza Isaac.
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @NgororeroDistr
Someone that saw her life might become more terrible after 3 days in detention, & decided to pay the bribe was Dusabirema Pauline of ’s . She had been locked up at .
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
The unceasing harassment of nationals however is taking a more ominous turn.Virunga Post reported an incident that happened a couple of days ago in Rubanda, western whereby 2 Kalashnikov-wielding operatives accosted 3 Rwandan traders in their Fuso truck.
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
After taking their papers, the 2 men ordered the to follow them (in their truck). The Rwandans clearly saw that this was a life & death matter & jumped out of their truck & dashed for the bushes. 😏😏😏😏
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Umuganwa Vicky Feb 13
Replying to @homonypeace
The following day on February 6, when security agents dumped those victims at Cyanika, they later dumped five other nationals at the same border post.
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