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{UAH} THE REAL STORY OF Yoseri KAYIBANDA Tubuhaburwa Rutabasirwa AKA Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

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FACTS: 95% of Ugandans do not understand the real Yoseri Tubuhaburwa Rutabasirwa. Yoseri Tubuhaburwa Rutabasirwa AKA Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is a Tutsi of Rwandan origin. He was born in Gishenyi, northern Rwanda.

During the Hutu revolution which overthrew the minority Tutsi dominion of Rwanda, Museveni and his mother (Esteri Kokundeka) left Rwanda and entered Uganda as refugees. They were welcomed and well fed. Museveni's real father (Kayibanda) remained in Rwanda and Tanzania. After some time, Museveni's mother (Esteri Kokundeka) took another Rwandan man (Amos Kaguta) his step father. The two made love and got pregnant. The child born was named Caleb Akandhanaho AKA Salim Saleh.

Both parents were actually Rwandan refugees. Because of economics hardship in Rwanda, they decided to stay in Uganda illegally. Uganda was very kind to Museveni. Uganda educated Museveni. After his school, Museveni decided to turn the barrels of the gun against the Ugandans who fed him and educated him. He shot his way to power through machinations. When he took power in 1986, claimed that he was a Ugandan citizen of Ankole origin.

He never restored the Ankole kingdom because they refused to recognize him as a munyankole and support him in the 1980's election. He was also living in fear that Ugandans might find out his true identity which might sabotage his chances of becoming the president of Uganda. Which means he would have not convinced the Baganda and others to join his bush war struggle. Being born a Rwandese means he does not qualify for the presidency of Uganda according to the constitution.

Infiltrating as a Munyankole has also caused serious division between the Bairu-Bahima. Cause now you have the lower class and the upper class undermining one another. Which is causing a stereotype-misunderstanding against hard working Banyankole. Thinking that they all rich and benefiting from his government which is not true.

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