MUSEVENI’S NRA SPIED ON KABAKA MUTEBI:The Buganda Kingdom was reinstated by the army council sitting in Gulu under the Chairmanship of Museveni. All along, Prince Mutebi was provided security by the NRA. Among his security detail was one Cpl. Sabuni from Ibanda. Cpl. Sabuni was from DMI under Counter Intelligence department who had been trained in intelligence by the North Koreans at Kireka. Cpl. Sabuni had the task of reporting on Prince Mutebi’s movements and associates. Later, as cracks between Buganda and Museveni came to the surface, intelligence services infiltrated the Lukiko. A member of the Lukiko, Salongo Ssenkayi, was recruited as a mole in the Lukiko. With Ssenkayi, security services were kept updated on developments in Mengo. However, as time went by, the Buganda establishment discovered that Ssenkayi was a mole. To enhance his personal security, Ssenkayi was issued with a pistol. Since he did not know how to operate it he was taken through a short orientation course by Pte Fred Aheirwe, the in-charge of arms at DMI. For perfection, Ssenkayi did his practicals by firing of rounds into the pit latrine at Basiima house. Later, when Aronda was the Deputy Director of Military Intelligence he used a one Ssalongo Lulika (Son of Mzei Katende of Makulubita and a Lukiko member) to spy on suspected Mengo’s dealings with Gen. Tinyefuza. That was in the early and mid 90s and given the souring relationship since then, guess how many moles Museveni runs within the Mengo establishment! No doubt, in every security agency there is a Buganda Desk responsible for monitoring every move by the Mengo establishment.
Till then, i remain yours truly mukssteven.


*Does the ORIGINAL East.Africa still exist??*

 When we were growing up, we were taught that East Africa comprised Kenya, Tanganyika (later Tanzania) and Uganda that during the colonial period shared common services. Now we are increasingly hearing the East Africa comprising Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda. Where is Burundi and Tanzania?

Just before independence, the late Mwalimu Julius NyerereImage came up with the idea of establishing a political federation of Kenya, Tanganyika and Uganda. To facilitate this political arrangement Nyerere was even prepared to postpone the independence of Tanganyika so that all the three countries would achieve independence on the same day. But that did not happen. So Tanganyika got independence in 1961, Uganda in 1962 and Kenya in 1963. Soon after Kenya got independence the three East African leaders (KenyattaImage, Nyerere[first photo} and OboteImage) met in Nairobi, Kenya and agreed to form a political federation. The formation of the federation failed to take off because a powerful group in Obote’s cabinet blocked it for fear that a white-dominated Kenya would swallow up the other two states. The three leaders then agreed to establish, in a hurry, the East African Community in 1967 which collapsed within ten years in 1977 largely for economic and political differences. The community was restored in the late 1990s in large part to forestall a possible confrontation between Kenya and Uganda. MuseveniImage then pushed for the incorporation of Burundi and Rwanda into the community that retained its original name: East African Community. The primary purpose of the restored and expanded community was to promote economic integration among the five states based on larger population size, economies of scale and easy mobility within the community. Later, we are told, Museveni added a new dimension of political federation which he insisted must be fast tracked ahead of economic integration – an idea that apparently was not easily absorbed by others. Rwanda and Uganda began discussing and concluded that the colonial borders should be eliminated without suggesting what would replace the current five states. People and capital such as livestock would move freely and settle anywhere in internally borderless East Africa. As expected and with the benefit of hindsight, the project ran into difficulties. On balance, Kenya was interested in economic integration because it has a comparative advantage in that area. Burundi was unhappy because its cottage industries were being driven out of business by cheaper imports among other challenges. Tanzania played it cool sending the message interpreted by some commentators to mean that it did not wish to be rushed. The election of Uhuru Kenyatta as Kenya’s president appears to have changed the equation with Kenya now more interested in the political federation than economic integration – drawing Kenya closer to Rwanda and Uganda and distancing Burundi and Tanzania. While the Tutsi empire motive is driving Kagame and Museveni to support the political federation, it is not clear what Kenyatta’s motive is. Be that as it may, many Ugandans have dissented to the order in which East African cooperation is proceeding, preferring incremental and gradual economic integration without fixed deadlines ahead of political federation. Even the economic integration negotiation must give Uganda net and sustainable benefits for it to be accepted. So far Uganda has suffered trade deficits and is increasingly becoming home to people from neighboring countries without reciprocity accelerating Uganda’s population growth and conflict over scarce resources and public services With reference to unity in Europe, Fernand Braundel in his book titled *A History of Civilizations*Image (1995) has provided useful guidelines of what to do and not do in pursuit of a union. Braundel observed that “Unity by force always failed. .. Unity thus based on force can only provoke an explosion, once the grip of the dominant nation [or leader] is relaxed”. He further noted that there were also internal and institutional obstacles that can’t be easily solved by a treaty or compromise. In this regard he asked “Is it possible that the governments of ‘Europe of states’, in General de Gaulle’s phrase, will make concessions and sacrifices part of their sovereign right?” Have Ugandans been told how much sovereignty and in what areas Uganda will sacrifice for the sake of integration and/or federation? Will land ownership and utilization by non- Ugandans be among the sacrifices Uganda will make? Have the important issues of culture and traditions in Uganda been factored into the negotiation process? And who is preparing the negotiating brief – is it parliament or the executive branch? And what is the role of Ugandans at home and abroad in the debate and negotiations?

  1. Till then, i remain yours truly mukssteven

Awise man once said, “before you ask what your country can do for you,ask what you can do for your country” and to be honest here, this puzzles me everyday knowing that i haven’t done anything for my country and the world @large.
Truth is i’m not that rich but iam capable of helping others.
and guess what, ” I WANT TO DONATE MY CAR TO CHARITY”… Yes i said it , i want to donate my car to charity so that i help the needy ones.
So if know anyway that i can do so kindly send anEmail to me @ and if you don’t mind, tell me how “How to donate my car” and “Where to donate my car”.
I am into this with all ma heart. it’s like as if “the holy spirit” is on me.
I don’t care what they will do with my car. wether they sell it to get the money or the charity leaders use it as transport. all i want is to “donate my car to charity”.Remember the bible says “Blessed are those who give away for they will shall receive abaduntly”.
And that aside, you never know what might happen tomorrow. we are ONE wether Black or White. And it’s our responsibilty to make the world abetter place for every one.
i cease by saying “My Car is up for CHARITY DONATION”

Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) troops serving in Somalia under the African Mission In Somalia (AMISOM) have allegedly been selling weapons to alshabab militants. According to a shelved UN report that the controversial war correspondent Robert Young Pelton has unearthed, cash-strapped Ugandans are selling weapons to the insurgents. updf Uganda is the biggest contributor to the AU force of about 18,000. The force, funded mainly by the United Nations (UN) and European Union (EU) is fighting the al-Qaeda- linked al-Shabab group in Somalia. The US also contributes regular consignments of guns, rockets and ammo. The Ugandan army is faulted for withholding most of the peacekeepers’ $550 monthly paychecks, keeping the money in bank accounts in Uganda accessible only by the troops’ families. This payment debacle has left thousands of troops surrounded by tons of weapons and this has forced UPDF soldiers to sell their excess weaponry to intermediaries who then sell it on to al-Shabab, according to the findings. How bad is it? In April of 2011 the, U.N. determined that 90 percent of all 12.7 x 108 millimeter ammunition [in Mogadishu] was from an AMISOM stock created in 2010,” Pelton revealed. “An RPG captured from al-Shabab was analyzed and determined to have been delivered by DynCorp to the Ministry of Defense in Uganda. The contract was to supply weapons and ammunition to the Ugandan forces in Mogadishu.” This damning revelation comes days after Uganda’s army leadership suspended 20 army officers accused of selling food and fuel, meant for troops, on the black market. Brigadier Michael Ondoga, the Ugandan contingent head was among those suspended. Uganda’s privately owned Daily Monitor newspaper reported that Ugandan soldiers in Somalia often get only one meal a day because of the alleged theft and sale of food to private companies. Till t
then, i remain yours truly mukssteven.

At times I think the West, the ICC, USA, and all seemingly righteous judges of this galaxy have no right, have no mandate to judge, intervene and interfere with African politics and politicians.
Many times I look at Kagame and his ultimatums and I feel that he is the least understood man alive. No one seems to notice where he is coming from. No one seems to notice where Rwanda is coming from , no one seems to notice the plight of Africa. We have bad times, we have a fragile environment. We have problems only unique to us. Its only in Africa where a woman will give birth on a hospital floor by herself and its normal. Had it been in the west, many people would see the faces of a prison. It’s only in Africa where life seems to be less valuable than elsewhere. Right from the way we hop on boda bodas, to the way laws are passed, “shoot to kill”. As if you gave birth, you know the pangs of labor. With all the above, and the genocide to cap it up, the worst killing of this century, where many people were silent and Rwandese died alone in agony, the Kenyan elections where people tussled it alone, to the west gate of late where families rescued themselves, I find it ironic, that even in the midst of all that agony and misery, a weeping president can be made to leave his home, his crying country and made to fly here and there up and down like a yoyo, yet I haven’t seen Obama come to Kenya to even look at his own folk cry. You never know his second d half cousin died in that mall. Probably he was a chef in the restaurant at the mall, hell no, doe he even know? If at all he knows, maybe he has better things to think of. We get it. But then, why do they seem to be so concerned about our welfare , as if they really in the actual sense care. Yes our presidents may make selfish decisions and kill us on their way but what moral authority do they have over these men and how different are they anyway? They have drones stacked away, waiting to attack, but they come and make Uhuru’s life hell? What kind of double standards are those? The other day thy almost attacked Syria. And I gate Michelle wasn’t all for it , and thank God they heard her plea, I mean what good was got from attacking Iraq, what good was got from attacking Libya, by the way who the hell do they think they are? God or Jesus? Why do they want to fight all wars, as if people that began those wars can’t fight on their own? They say when you are rich you feel you have the world at your feet. A rich man will visit a poor man’s home and expect to be treated even better than the head of the house hold, which I find ironic. Because you have money and all, doesn’t give you license to feel like a small god suddenly over the poor. They too have likes and dislikes, or just because I don’t have money i can as well not have a brain. Yeah right if I had a brain why don’t I have money? At times I read such arrogance from America and all the Western countries towards the rest of the world, I just can’t help it. “Africa has so much on its plate, yes, our presidents are greedy, the don’t want to leave power and all, but don’t pretend to suddenly care how we live and feel yet we actually know you don’t. you just want to show us how powerful you are and how we should dance to your tunes which I find ridiculous.” well, that what I would tell those guys if u I had a chance to meet them face to face. IT IS WHAT IT IS. Am eagerly waiting for David Bahati and the awesome pastor sempa to be persecuted too, it will be the epitome of mockery. If I don’t behave in a certain way, if my culture doesn’t accept me to be gay, because you don’t have cultures but you have loads of money, doesn’t make it suddenly a sin to protect my boundaries.
I am waiting for that trial. Anyway, all said and done, I think the west should let us be who we are without interfering only when they deem it convenient for them. We have malaria that kills even more than any war has killed. If they loved us so much that they feel remorseful when we are killed in wars, they might as well first come and renovate our hospitals and first end this malaria blood bath. Then probably we might think they care.

A LETTER FROM HEAVEN: Dear my daughter Uganda! Happy Birthday! I have been watching you for the past 51yrs. Observing and analyzing what you do but sometimes ntendewalirwa nenkaaba amaziga. Mwana wange nakuzaalira ki? Your Guardians; Muteesa, Binaisa, Lule they almost shed tears each day pass because of your behaviors. Amin is always laughing at you mbu you called him all sorts of names and he always ask ‘is that guardian better than me..”. For Obote, he drinks heavily, dancing and laughing at me mbu I sent the ‘liberators’ in 1986 for nothing. Abantu abajja nga tebambadde na underwear in 1986 are now stinking rich. Did I send them to rob you? NO! Ate ekisinga obubi they even discovered my treasure. OIL. My daughter wenyezze and please open your eyes these people are now fighting each other…banonya webakubbira. Tewejjusa kasita nkugambye! Remember that I told you in Exodus 23:8 “And you shall take no bribe, for a bribe blinds the clear-sighted and subverts the cause of those who are in the right.” And in James 3:16 “For where jealousy and selfish ambition exist, there will be disorder and every vile practice.” Sadly, the religious leaders I expected to do something like Janan Luwum, Bishop Kiwanuka did in the past generations are busy enjoying the free cars, free money and trips abroad, cruising big cars and sleeping from mansions. They are so silent. The pastors are conmen, smugglers and rapist. Balya nebisiyaga! Anyway, I have to stop from here. I want to go and check on Mugabe. But before I leave, tell the guardian that Gaddafi has told him to stop being arrogant and reduce the poverty in his people. And lastly, Nebanda has sent regards to you. She misses you and she is here on the right side. EDDOBOOZI LYABANTU LYEDDOBOOZI LYA KATONDA As written by Genesis David…..
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