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Picture: President Idi Amin

From Ben Kiwanuka to Basil Bataringaya, Shaban Nkutu, Sir, Edward
Muteesa, Joseph Mubiru, Michael Ondoga. John Kakonge, John Kalema and
my own late mother Kay Amin, while Fake news tries to categorically
claim that he killed 500,000 people and even ate his own children,
this is about the most controversial disappearances the Amin
presidency and the timeline of how they actually happened.

I read a story about a purported murder of the late Sheikh Shaban
Nkutu (RIP) who passed away a long time ago back in 1973. Not only
have they suddenly started claiming his death as a murder (they only
started making this claim in 2004 after my own late father President
Idi Amin passed away in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia), they are also now
claiming that it was my late father the President who killed the late
Hajji Shaban Nkutu. This is an issue I have previously confronted his
own son about three years ago, and I asked him why he was trying to
tarnish my late father's name by now claiming that his father was
murdered by Amin?
For the record, it is President Idi Amin who released Sheikh Shaban
Nkutu from Obote's prisons after the military take-over in January
1971. The release was public and involved the famous 51 political
opponents that dictator Milton Obote had jailed in 1966 and 1969.
After the release, it is Amin who offered the late Sheikh Nkutu a job
in government (he was actually an experienced senior public servant
since the days of independence until his imprisonment n 1969) but Mzee
Nkutu refused because of his poor health following untold torture and
the rough dungeon conditions during imprisonment by dictator Milton
It is also Amin who then sent the late Nkutu to Nairobi, Kenya for
specialized treatment to cure him in vain (the records exist to this
day). When the doctors told him that there was nothing more they could
do, it is now Shaban Nkutu himself who decided to leave the hospital
saying "since I am going to die, let me at least die in my own country
and not in a foreign hospital".
He was then returned home but very incapacitated. He could barely even
sit up, let alone walk. It is also President Amin who then offered
Mzee Shaban Nkutu security at his home. At the time the Obote's rebels
had started abducting prominent Ugandan's in the Amin government
starting with Ben Kiwanuka just three months before Mzee Nkutu died.
Being a previous Obote's political prisoner just like Ben Kiwanuka,
the Amin government had strong reasons to believe that Obote's would
target all those released in 1971 by President Amin. They were all
given security after the Ben Kiwanuka disappearance. I have even
discussed with one of the very soldiers who guarded the late Mzee
Nkutu's home in Jinja until his death. Indeed he confirmed to me that
the late elder died peacefully in his own home and in his own country
as he had wished. It is also the Amin government which helped the
family in organizing and conducting the funeral. The Amin government
also then paid school fees for his children. I know them because we
were all put together in the same school called Kabale Preparatory
School in Kigezi until the 1979 warbwhen we separated.
I read the news article and noticed that they say his family conducted
a pre-burial prayer before he even died.
Why conduct such a thing for a living person?
The only reason is that they knew from the Kenyan doctors that he was
soon going to die, and it was clearly visible even to an ordinary
The late Hajji Shaban Nkutu then died peacefully at his home
surrounded by his family.
It is the Amin government that organized his burial together with his
family. He was laid to rest in their family grounds as is the
tradition, and all the elder members of his family, plus government
officials and their entire village attended. It is only because former
Amin government officials are quiet that this scam is going
unchallenged. Even the late Allen Kagina's father, who was District
Commissioner for Jinja at the time, participated in the burial.
The media claims that the late Shaban Nkutu was buried twice. In
reality he rests in peace in his only real resting place. What
happened later is that in 2004, one of his sons called Conrad Nkutu,
started writing articles claiming that the late Mzee Nkutu was
murdered by Amin and buried in a secret mass grave?
Before 2004 nobody had ever heard about anything criminal around the
death of someone called Shaban Nkutu (RIP). Not even the UNLA
investigations in 1980 nor the Commission of inquiry of 1974, not even
the NRM Commission of Inquiry of 1986 which purported to cover all the
human rights violations since independence, tackled anything about a
person with that name.
Yet suddenly in 2004, an issue pops out of thin air. All
single-handedly engineered by his son who quickly wrote teary-eyed
articles in the Daily Monitor where he was Managing Director, and then
started frantically showing his own articles to a highly gullible
populace, and claiming his own writings to be evidence of some heinous
crime. That is how he dragged almost the entire country into a
fictitious murder he invented just through crocodile tears and his own
newspaper opinion articles full of bogus investigations and bogus
With his connections in government, mostly his uncle Mzee Kirunda
Kivejinja who is Museveni's Deputy Prime Minister, they then put the
state apparatus to support their claims. Including bogus tests and
even purported clothes that in reality could not have remained intact
under the ground 40 years.
It is just scientifically impossible.
They also tried to link it to the fleeing to exile of Amin foreign
minister Wanume Kibedi, when in reality Kibedi fled after learning
that he was being investigated for the disappearance of the late Ben
However, in 2005 Hajji Nkutu's son led a group of people to Jinja
cemetary, picked an unknown corpse from its peace in a public grave,
claimed it was Mzee Nkutu, and buried it again in a bogus ceremony
organized together with the entire Museveni regime fooled for purpose
simply because they failed to ask one professional question. What was
the motive of this murder?
The truth is, why would Amin murder someone he had himself released
from prison about a year earlier, someone Amin had himself then sent
for specialized medical treatment, and a person Amin had himself
offered a job in government? If it is a political death, why would
Amin murder someone who had even refused to go back to politics and
public life because of his failing health following Obote's torture
chambers? Why would Amin murder a fellow Muslim who had previously
been instrumental in uniting Muslims before being imprisoned by
If we agree that your enemy's enemy is your friend, then are we now
saying that Amin killed his own friend Shaban Nkutu just for nothing
like that?
Only the few people who put critical investigative thinking into the
matter have already seen that there is not even a single motive for
President Idi Amin to murder Mzee Shaban. On the contrary Amin is the
only person in the world who did everything for the late Shaban Nkutu
and what we are seeing is just a completely ungrateful family who
benefited humongously from the Amin government until he left,
including in properties redistributed to Ugandans, but they are either
just too greedy to even let their own father rest in peace, and/or are
actually just cowards who feared people discovering that they were
actually "Amin people" as was commonly said once the UNLA government
came with the Tanzanians in 1979 and started slaughtering whoever was
said to be even remotely connected to the Amin government.
This whole reburiql saga is all just "Kiwaani" concocted
single-handedly by one of the late Shaban Nkutu's own sons called
Conrad Nkutu backed by a few colluding family members to get political
sympathy, government perks and a big job (Tullow Oil Corporate
Manager) from the Museveni junta.
I therefore call on the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council to hold special
prayers for the late Hajji Shaban Nkutu, but also for his son. This so
that sanity can ultimately prevail and the late Hajji, one of the
people who struggled for the unity of Muslims in Uganda prior to his
imprisonment by Obote, that his soul can finally rest in eternal
As for his son, despite being quite evil, and cunning enough to
single-handedly organize such serious damaging accusations against my
late father, and only starting his vicious campaign just after the
late Amin's 2003 death in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, I already forgave Mr.
Conrad Nkutu and even though I have previously made my thoughts known
to him, for several years I have labored to refrain from any public
confrontation until this statement now.
I however discussed in detail how the late former Chief Justice of
Uganda, Benedicto Kiwanuka was abducted by four unknown men from his
chambers at the High Court in the capital Kampala. The abduction took
place on 24th September 1972. His captors vehicle speeding off from
the court premises was the last that Ugandans would see of him despite
a rigorous police manhunt from the moment he was abducted.
At the time of his abduction, Ben Kiwanuka had barely been appointed
Chief Justice by President Idi Amin. His appointment to the senior
position was on 27th June 1971, and his abduction happened the
following year. Little is known about the fact that his disappearance
also happened a few weeks after he had been designated by President
Idi Amin as the person who would be the next president of Uganda. Back
stage discussions were in high gear for the military to return the
country to civilian rule as had been promised by Idi Amin right after
the 1971 military take-over. It now only awaited the formal
announcement. Benedicto Kiwanuka had also been one of the 51 political
prisoners jailed by the previous president dictator Milton Obote and
he had been freed by the new incoming Amin government just 5 months
before appointing him Chief Justice of Uganda. Suddenly, in the year
after their releaase and right after the 1972 invasion of Uganda by
Obote's sympathizers, several of these freed politicians started
disappearing mysteriously.
The question is why were they disappearing?
The only person who had known ill motives against Ben Kiwanuka and the
51 political prisoners was a possibly disgruntled former President
Milton Obote, their captor. He had arrested his political opponents
following the 1966 debacle where Obote ordered the army to attack the
sitting president Edward Muteesa who fled to exile and Obote then
appointed himself president. Obote also forced a new constitution
cancelling all traditional leaders and banning all political parties
except his own Uganda Peoples Congress party (UPC). This would be
known as "The Pigeon hole constitution" following the incident where
Obote ordered the military to surround the parliament and forced the
Members of Parliament to pass his new constitution, telling them "you
will find it in your pigeon holes". The new constitution was enacted
by parliament without the Members even having had the time to read the
draft or debate its contents. They were all literally held at gun
Prior to the 1966 Obote coup d'etat, the same Obote had engineered the
cancellation of Ben Kiwanuka's premiership at Uganda's independence in
1962, and got himself chosen as the independence executive Prime
Minister of Uganda.
This Obote-engineered cancellation of Ben Kiwanuka's prime
ministership in 1962 was the actual beginning of their political
enemity and bitter rivalry.
But in 1971, Obote was now seeing Ben Kiwanuka rising again in a high
position in the new Amin government while he (Obote) was the one now
kicked out of the presidency by the same army that he had used to kick
out the previous and legitimate independence president of Uganda Sir
Edward Muteesa.
These were the major political grudges known to all Ugandans, and by
1972, only one person, exiled dictator Apollo Milton Obote, could want
Ben Kiwanuka and all Amin government officials dead.
After the disappearance of Ben Kiwanuka, Amin mentioned Obote's rebels
as the main suspects. Indeed the abduction happened just five days
after the Obote rebels had infiltrated Uganda from Tanzania on
September 17th during the infamous 1972 invasion.
It turns out that as they planned this invasion, God also planned it's outcome.
They had divided themselves in three groups to attack different parts
of the country simultaneously and had with them an assassination list
of prominent Amin government officials and Ugandan elites that
supported him.
The main military offensive by the rebels was on a military barracks
in Mbarara town called Simba batallion. There too around 350
ill-prepared rebels were killed or captured mostly by the local
civilian population when the poorly-trained rebels fired away their
guns unprofessionally and quickly found themselves out of ammunition,
then attempted to hide amongst the population. This episode is known
as the 1972 invasion. It is also said to be the reason why Mbarara
people were massacred when the rebels returned seven years later, this
time accompanied by the Tanzanian forces. An event known as the
Mbarara massacre.
The second line of attack in the 1972 invasion was by ship. They
crossed from Tanzania to Uganda on Lake Victoria, and were to arrive
at Entebbe, attack the airport and State House Entebbe simultaneously,
after which another battalion of rebels would fly in by plane and land
at the airport.
They had hijacked an East African Airways plane and had it waiting to
transport the rebels upto Entebbe International Airport but it had
bust its tires upon landing at the rebels base in Tanzania, and they
were now looking frantically for repairs. Due to unknown causes, the
ship that was heading to Entebbe would also sink mysteriously by
itself in the middle of Lake Victoria with all its 400 dictator Obote
rebels onboard. All died, and their weapons and munitions lost before
even setting foot on Ugandan soil.
The third line of attack was by road to Kampala via Masaka. While the
other two groups were completely out of action, this third group is
the one that succeeded in making some headway. As they were confronted
primarily by aerial bombing by Amin's MIG 21 jet fighters, they
scattered and continued their way upto Kampala, infiltrating the
country in the process. It is this third group that was now engaging
in subversive activities including all the abductions and murders of
innocent Ugandans, particularly the prominent officials in the Amin
government and the elites who supported Amin.
Ben Kiwanuka was the rebels first abduction operation in Kampala
barely 4 days after they crossed from Tanzania into Uganda on
September 19th. In the three months that followed, nine more senior
government officials and politicians would be abducted and/or
disappeared in the exact same fashion as Ben Kiwanuka. These include
Joseph Mubiru who was Governor of Bank of Uganda and was abducted the
week after Ben Kiwanuka. There was also Frank Kalimuzo; Vice
Chancellor of Makerere University; John Kalema, a former Minister of
Commerce and Industry, Basil Bataringaya; a former Minister of
Internal Affairs, Jolly Joe Kiwanuka (murdered in Nairobi), John
Kakonge, Ambassador Michael Ondoga, who was abducted as he dropped his
children at Kitante Primary School, plus several other public figures
who were either in the Amin government or now fully supported Amin
after the 1971 fall of the fascist Obote I regime/dictatorship that
had come to power in a 1966 military coup where Obote had toppled Sir
Edward Muteesa and declared himself the new executive president. This
was in contrast to the largely ceremonial presidency that existed
until then.
as was established at Uganda's independence.
Meanwhile, the abductions during the early years of the Amin
presidency would continue intermittently for almost three years, with
one of the last being my own mother the late First Lady Kay Amin (RIP)
who was abducted from her private apartment across Kisekka market in
downtown Kampala on August 14th 1974. She had noticed some unusual
activity in front of her house and called her brother John Adroa who
drove immediately to her house.
Upon arriving he found plenty of commotion, and the people on site
told him that some unknown gunmen in civilian clothes had just taken
Kay Amin by force into a vehicle and driven off barely seconds before
he (John) arrived at the scene. He attempted a pursuit but then seeing
that he couldn't get them on his own, he called in the police and
security agencies and a manhunt was immediately initiated. That
evening while at the president's office at parliament building,
President Idi Amin received the dreaded call that Kay Amin was found
murdered after a police search found her remains in the boot of a
vehicle as the criminals were in the process of trying to secretly
dispose of her remains.
It is most probable that all those who had been abducted before her,
had suffered the exact same fate as my late mother. She had been
dismembered by the criminals probably to make the disposal of the body
They were most likely trying to get to a remote location, possibly the
Namanve bushes or the Mabira forest reserve, both on the Kampala-Jinja
highway, area's where human remains were known to be disposed of in
the subsequent regimes after Amin. The very people who in 1972 were
rebels abducting Amin government officials. And some of them today
conducting highly emotional and eloquent key-note speeches in
memorials for the very people that they themselves viciously abducted
and heartlessly slaughtered.
What the Amin government found as a clue to the abductions is the list
of officials targeted for assassination by exiled dictator Milton
Obote. In a book titled the Guardian Angel, the author Arnold Bosaase
who was privy to the assassination plans, confesses about how Obote
drafted this list at his exile residence in Daresalaam, Tanzania, and
then operationalized the murders.The Amin government also found it
suspicious that Milton Obote and the international press would
immediately claim that the abducted government officials had been
murdered, even when no dead body was found. This raised the question
how did they know that these disappeared people were already dead?
Because only the abducter would know for sure such information at a
time when the police was still searching for the lost persons. This
confirmed to security agencies that Obote had a deadly hand in the
Personally I once asked about all the weapons that were smuggled into
the country by exiled dictator Milton Obote to his henchmen for their
so-called "covert operations against the Amin regime". Were these
weapons shooting butterflies for eight years or were they rather
killing Ugandans, terrorism targeted particularly against officials in
the Amin government, some of whom even started fleeing to exile for
rear of being murdered, not by the Amin government but by the
Obote/FRONASA killers known to Ugandan as "bakondo"?
What exactly were these armed "covert operations"?
It turns out that British journalist David Martin was meeting
personally with Milton Obote in Daresalaam and getting this
information directly from the actual mastermind of the abductions then
writing dispatching the story to the international press.
While the Amin government and Uganda police were still conducting
investigations, manhunts for the criminals, and searching for the
abducted persons, how else could Obote know that they were already
dead except if he had received immediate first-hand information from
the actual assassin's?
Another pattern that was clear is that all the abductees had either
been Obote prisoners released by Amin after the military coup in 1971,
or had embraced and/or taken up senior positions in the new Amin
government and therefore only Obote had a clear motive for their
elimination. And it turns out they were all on Obote's list for
assassination when his rebels invaded Uganda. Their disappearances
started exactly with that invasion. A mission that was part of a
bigger military and covert operation intended to make the Amin
government fall.
They did later start economic sabotage of the thriving Ugandan
economy. One such operation was to deliberately deprive Ugandans of
sugar (they called it "essentials") and make them disgruntled against
the Amin government.
They infiltrated Kakira sugar factory and got drivers to take the
trucks of sugar and offload them directly into Lake Victoria. That is
how the sugar crisis came about.
However Amin resolved the crisis by not only ensuring the delivery of
sugar to retailers but he also built a new sugar factory from scratch.
Kinyara Sugar Works, which at the time was only a minor gunnery
supplying ingredients for a local alcohol known as waragi, suddenly
was transformed into a major industrial sugar production development
project. This was done in its entirety by Idi Amin in a space of just
six months.
The Ben Kiwanuka disappearance shocked a country that was still in the
euphoria of the expulsion of British Asians. A deportation that had
happened just weeks earlier in August 1972, and in response to which
the entire country was still celebrating.
In the police investigation of the Ben Kiwanuka abduction, one of the
secondary leads indicated Foreign Minister Wanume Kibedi as a possible
suspect. This is a little known fact about the case. Wanume Kibedi,
Foreign Minister in the Amin government, was also an inlaw to Amin who
was married to Kibedi's sister First Lady Mama Maryam Amin.
It was reported to the 1974 Commission of Inquiry that Foreign
Minister Kibedi had wanted himself to be the president when the army
returned power to civilian rule. After news of Kibedi's intentions
started reaching President Amin, he summoned both Kibedi and Ben
Kiwanuka for a meeting and indicated clearly to both of them that the
Chief Justice being the most senior civilian government official after
the military president and his military Vice President, Ben Kiwanuka
would be the civilian official to take charge as interim president and
be responsible for organizing general elections within four years.
This development is what is said to have angered Kibedi who wanted to
be the one to become the president after the military government
returned to the barracks. He was counting on his family ties with Amin
to outdo Ben Kiwanuka. However Amin was intent on following known
government protocol and seniority standards.
A year after Ben Kiwanuka's disappearance, a soldier named Sgt. Simon
Kintu would reveal to the 1974 Commission of Inquiry that he had been
secretly contacted by Foreign Minister Kibedi whom he knew personally,
and had been asked to eliminate Ben Kiwanuka so that Kibedi would
automatically be the next senior civilian official in line for the
interim presidency when the army returned the country to civilian
The officer told the commission that after his initial meeting with
Kibedi, he went back to work and dodged all subsequent attempts by the
Foreign Minister to meet him on the subject. He had simply decided to
not get involved in the request to assassinate the Chief Justice. The
officer then told the commission that when he later heard the news
that Ben Kiwanuka had been abducted and disappeared, "By God I knew it
could only be Kibedi." he said.
Four months after the abduction and disappearance of Ben Kiwanuka,
Foreign Minister Kibedi learned of the police investigation
determining him as a suspect, he quickly fled to London and requested
asylum. That was 11th January 1973.
Thirteen years later, during the1986 NRM Commission of Inquiry, Wanume
Kibedi, who had returned to Uganda under the 1980's Obote II/UNLA
regime, was summoned to answer the same accusations about his possible
involvement in the disappearance of Chief Justice Ben Kiwanuka. While
he vehemently refuted the allegations, he immediately fled back again
to exile until his death two years ago in London on 13th June 2016.
The Buganda establishment was still considering him a suspect in the
disappearance of their hero who had also previously been the first
Prime Minister of Uganda at independence in 1962, and whom Amin had
actually liberated from Obote's prisons in 1971, appointed him Chief
Justice of Uganda, and treated him well in the one year that he served
before he was brutally abducted, never to be seen again.
As mentioned earlier, it was during this 1972 invasion that Ben
Kiwanuka was abducted. It was also during the same attack that former
Obote minister Alex Ojera was caught red-handed with his fellow rebels
fleeing battle. He was sent to a military tribunal and charged with
treason for his actions against the country.
Previously, I have found some individuals commiserating about an armed
criminal called Captain Tom Masaba who was given the capital
punishment (firing squad) by a military tribunal.
Firstly, this Mr. Masaba has today been officially recognized by his
colleagues as a FRONASA rebel. Thereby confirming that Masaba wasn't
some innocent person being unfairly witch-hunted. He was what
President Amin said he was.
At the time Masaba was being sent by his criminal bosses to murder
Ugandan civilians inconsiderately in an effort to terrorize Ugandans.
Back then they were infamously known by Ugandans as the "wakondo". The
Ugandan terrorists of those days.
I was shocked to find that a murderous villain of that caliber was now
being considered as some gallant martyr. I remember thinking that some
people's brains must have turned upside down to mourn a dangerous
criminal who was not even fighting government soldiers. He was
actually murdering innocent Ugandans.
The reality is that he was a hard core criminal who engaged in bloody
murders and terror. And while most people today have no clue what
Masaba did to innocent Ugandan civilians, a few of his colleagues do.
Court records still exist about his case. He was put on trial, there
was prosecution, defense, and a court ruling. It wasn't just summary
execution for any criminal even though they deserved it. In fact at
the time of his execution by firing squad, the relatives of his
victims actually wanted him burnt alive instead.
Masaba's last words to the chaplain was to beg Ugandans for
forgiveness for all the murders he had been committing against
innocent citizens mostly in the dead of night. Indeed seeing how some
Ugandans speak of him today, God must have granted him his last prayer
despite my surprise and current protestations.
Last year the case of another FRONASA rebel was ignited in the public
domain after construction workers, while building a new house on the
property of the late James Karambuzi, suddenly unearthed guns he had
hidden back in the 70's. They quickly called the police to retrieve
the whole stash of now rusted weapons, and pictures were published in
the media of police posing with the find. Mr. Karambuzi who was given
the death sentence in 1973 by the military court martial, is a person
whom it was claimed that he was an innocent person killed by Amin. It
turns out that the Amin government intelligence and CID had actually
caught only part of the incriminating evidence back then and justice
had actually been served against a dangerous criminal as per the law.
As for Israeli citizen Dora Bloch. Her death was unclear even to
President Idi Amin. She had been taken ill to Mulago hospital while
the president was in Mauritius handing over the African Union
chairmanship and had not even known about her sickness. The Israeli's
raided Entebbe airport barely 15 minutes after he had returned and
left the airport for home.
Basically he had not even been briefed that one of the hostages had
been taken to hospital in his absence. He was also only told the next
day that she had died and was buried at Jinja military Cemetary. It is
there that the Israeli's later recovered a body when Amin was now in
exile. They claimed it was the late Dora Bloch and buried those
remains in Tel-Aviv.
But to say that Amin had anything to do with her predicament is quite
a stretch of the human imagination given the timeline of events and
what he himself was told by government security services after
returning home and being attacked by an Israeli commando raid. For the
record this was exactly his own explanation during a press conference
in Khartoum, Susanna's he attended the 1977 African Union summit. A
British journalist had asked him specifically about Dora Bloch.
However, it is the attacks by the rebels, the assassinations they were
conducting, the tense security situation, and the fear of Obote's
return that made the elders of Rukungiri write a petition calling for
President Amin to remain in office, and they called for him to be
designated Life President.
But it is especially the abduction of Ben Kiwanuka that saw all Amin's
plans for return to civilian rule crushed by the abductors.
As the people of Uganda remember Chief Justice Benedicto Kiwanuka, it
is highly probable (and incredible) that Obote and his UPC party
supporters who fanatically hated Ben Kiwanuka politically as they had
imprisoned him and countless other political opponents in 1969, yet he
rose to serve highly in government after Obote was deposed, those UPC
fans and the real abductors who snatched him on 22 September 1972
during the Obote invasion from Tanzania, are among the people who have
been mourning him loudest for the last four decades.
Personally it is an interesting experience to watch them forever
condemned to pretend to mourn the very political opponents they hated,
the very ones they then jailed following Milton Obote's 1966 coup. The
very people they then murdered covertly once these political opponents
were in power under the new Amin government.
To this day, the final words in the official police investigation
report on the late Chief Justice Ben Kiwanuka and all other elites
disappeared during the Amin regime is: "Whereabouts still unknown".
It is probably for this reason that Museveni, while talking indirectly
about Amin, boisterously stated to a security meeting in 1986 that "I
cannot be the president of a country who doesn't know where people
have disappeared".
Such a statement would only be very meaningful to a person involved in
the abductions against the Amin government he was fighting.
Everywhere around the world, investigators struggle with what are
known as "Cold cases". This is where a crime has been committed but no
criminal has been arrested because of lack of leads to the criminal or
lack of evidence pinning a suspect.
Law enforcement should never be just presenting any innocent Muslim
youths, claim that these are the culprits, put them on trial on
trumped up charges as is seen to be the case these days in Uganda, and
then give them life sentences yet they are probably innocent.
Especially when in reality the real criminals are walking scot-free,
enjoying impunity for their heinous crimes just like Yoweri Museveni
and his mentor genocide dictator Milton Obote, the two together being
the known butchers of Luweero on top of being behind all the above
mentioned disappearances, mass murders, national insecurity, crime and

By Hussein Lumumba Amin
Kampala, Uganda

Also read here my latest writing (February 2019) on the late Janan

Hussein Juruga Lumumba Amin
Kampala, Uganda

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