photos of the 11th Sep 2009 riots

Standard

Folks,

No government in Uganda’s history ever had to unleashed its own mamba’s, tanks, unimocks against its own citizens in broad day light like M7 has.  He did it in 1980 when he was minister of defence when he unleashed his FRONASA soldiers against Baganda demonstrating Lule’s downfall.  He told Baganda it was the Anyanya’s that shot and killed peaceful demonstators and they belived him, i wonder which Anyanya is going to be blamed this time..

A Ugandan policeman raises his weapon and a stick as he instructs residents to run along Wandegeya street in the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Musevenis government and leaders of Buganda -- one of Ugandas four ancient kingdoms.A Ugandan policeman raises his weapon and a stick as he instructs residents to run along Wandegeya street in the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s government and leaders of Buganda — one of Uganda’s four ancient kingdoms.
Ugandan police instruct residents to run along a Wandegeya street in the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Musevenis government and leaders of Buganda -- one of Ugandas four ancient kingdoms.Ugandan police instruct residents to run along a Wandegeya street in the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s government and leaders of Buganda — one of Uganda’s four ancient kingdoms.
Ugandan civilians run with their hands raised along a street in the Wandegeya area of the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Musevenis government and leaders of Buganda -- one of Ugandas four ancient kingdoms.Ugandan civilians run with their hands raised along a street in the Wandegeya area of the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s government and leaders of Buganda — one of Uganda’s four ancient kingdoms.
A Baganda tribeswoman chants slogans outside the Baganda Parliament in Ugandas capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Musevenis government and leaders of Buganda -- one of Ugandas four ancient kingdoms.A Baganda tribeswoman chants slogans outside the Baganda Parliament in Uganda’s capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Security forces in Uganda clashed with rioters for a second day on Friday over a row between the government and the kingdom of Buganda. Violence has been triggered by land and power disputes between Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s government and leaders of Buganda — one of Uganda’s four ancient kingdoms.
A boy looks at the remains of a burnt truck following clashes in the Seta neighbourhood of the Ugandan capital Kampala September 12, 2009.A boy looks at the remains of a burnt truck following clashes in the Seta neighbourhood of the Ugandan capital Kampala September 12, 2009.
Ugandan police arrest suspected looters and rioters in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Calm returned to the centre of Ugandas capital on Saturday after two days of deadly riots, although police and residents clashed on the outskirts. Many shops remained closed in the centre of the city and Kampala residents walked cautiously past police with their hands in the air to try and avoid beatings, sometimes unsuccessfully.Ugandan police arrest suspected looters and rioters in the Natete neighbourhood of the capital Kampala September 12, 2009. Calm returned to the centre of Uganda’s capital on Saturday after two days of deadly riots, although police and residents clashed on the outskirts. Many shops remained closed in the centre of the city and Kampala residents walked cautiously past police with their hands in the air to try and avoid beatings, sometimes unsuccessfully.
Baganda tribesmen chant slogans as they gather outside the Baganda Parliament in Ugandas capital Kampala September 12, 2009.Baganda tribesmen chant slogans as they gather outside the Baganda Parliament in Uganda’s capital Kampala September 12, 2009.

Ugandan police arrest a man carrying a child at a suburb of Kampala
Ugandan police arrest a man carrying a child at a suburb of Kampala

Ugandan police escort arrested civilians into the Wandegeya police station in the capital Kampala September 12, 2009Ugandan police escort arrested civilians into the Wandegeya police station in the capital Kampala September 12, 2009
A suspected looter carries mattresses after his arrest following clashes in the Natete neighbourhood in the Ugandan capital Kampala September 12, 2009.A suspected looter carries mattresses after his arrest following clashes in the Natete neighbourhood in the Ugandan capital Kampala September 12, 2009.
A 13-year old boy lies dead after he got shot in the head during riots in Kampala, Uganda, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009. A 13-year old boy lies dead after he got shot in the head during riots in Kampala, Uganda, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009.
A mans body lies in the street after he was shot during riots in Kampala, Uganda, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009.A mans body lies in the street after he was shot during riots in Kampala, Uganda, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009.
Uganda military police arrest a man during riots in Kampala, Uganda, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009. The unrest began Thursday after the government prevented a representative of the traditional ruler of the Buganda kingdom from traveling to a region northeast of the capital for a political rally. Members of the kingdom make up Ugandas largest ethnic group but there is friction between the Buganda and members of the smaller Banyara tribe, who claim the Buganda refuse to recognize them.Uganda military police arrest a man during riots in Kampala, Uganda, Friday, Sept. 11, 2009. The unrest began Thursday after the government prevented a representative of the traditional ruler of the Buganda kingdom from traveling to a region northeast of the capital for a political rally. Members of the kingdom make up Uganda’s largest ethnic group but there is friction between the Buganda and members of the smaller Banyara tribe, who claim the Buganda refuse to recognize them.

A woman mourns her husband as he is carried in the van after he was shot during riots in Kampala, Uganda.

Armed riot police secure the area around the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, after it was destroyed by rioters on Friday. A traditional Ugandan ruler, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has canceled a scheduled appearance at a rally near the capital, following two days of deadly riots between his supporters and security forces.

Armed riot police secure the area around the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, after it was destroyed by rioters on Friday. A traditional Ugandan ruler, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has canceled a scheduled appearance at a rally near the capital, following two days of deadly riots between his supporters and security forces.

Burnt-out cars litter the street around the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, after it was destroyed by rioters on Friday. A traditional Ugandan ruler, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has canceled a scheduled appearance at a rally on Saturday near the capital, following two days of deadly riots between his supporters and security forces.

Burnt-out cars litter the street around the razed Nateete Police Station in Kampala, Uganda, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, after it was destroyed by rioters on Friday. A traditional Ugandan ruler, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has canceled a scheduled appearance at a rally on Saturday near the capital, following two days of deadly riots between his supporters and security forces.

Advertisements

About ekitibwakyabuganda

Ba Ssebo ne ba Nyabo, Twebaza Abaganda bonna abulumulirwa Obuganda . Era twebaza ne mikwano gya Buganda gyonna wonna wegiri munsi yonna. Omukutu guno gwatandikibwawo nga e’kigendererwa kwe kuyigiriza abantu ebintu ebikwatagana no’Buganda era nokuwanyisiganya ebilowozo nebanaffe abatali Baganda. Abaganda ne mikwano gya Buganda mukozese omukisa guno muwereze ebirowozo byamwe no’bubaka bwona obunaagasa Abaganda na’baana Buganda berizala mu maaso eyo. Obumu ku bubaka obuwerezebwa ku mukutu guno bugyibwa mukuwanyisiganya ebirowozo okubera kumukutu gwa Ugandan’s at Heart (UAH) Forum ogwatandikibwawo Mwami Abbey Kibirige Semuwemba. Era twebaza muzukulu wa Kintu ne Nnambi ono olw’omulimu gwakoledde bana Uganda bonna abali e’bunayira mungeri yo kubagatta mu byempuliziganya no’kutumbula okukolaganira awamu.

9 responses »

  1. Pingback: Well come to Uganda! : 24732

  2. Who wrote the captions below the pictures? It would seem to me that he’s pro government by describing the people as ‘tribesmen.” This is an old British tactic to influence the reader into thinking that the ‘tribesmen” are a backward, primitive, group going against a “more civilised” governmentt; that such government had no alternative but to quell such wild, unruly people with brutal force, because these “rimitives” do not understand any other language.

  3. what is wrong with being pro government when these guys were burning our cars. who came to our rescue other than the government?
    where was sebana, seya, lukyamuzi etc.
    try to be objective.

  4. VERY HOPELESS BAGANDA ITS LIKE U CANT LEARN FROM NEIGHBOURS LIKE Rwanda and kenya….those r ur brothers and sisters even though ur not 4rm the same tribe…grow up there r better solutions

  5. You guys have been a pain in the butt since the 1800s. Whats wrong with baganda oba? No wonder Obote fooled you to the extent of marrying a muganda woman then throwing your kabaka out and assumed full executive power in the 60’s. What the hell is this hate campaign using pictures?

    Those you see in the photos are idlers who got into trouble with authorities that they face the full wrath of police, some of the dead got hit by stray bullets as a result of stupid rioting all the time. Actually most of these baganda youth spend their entire life attending orgies (Bigundas and Nkuuka) dreaming of free money from government, I wonder if Kabaka became “president” would give them free money. Would he give them jobs if they cant even write their names?

    Continue with your superiority above all attitude which has not amounted to anything since the creation of Uganda as a nation and you will always get innocent people killed.

    Peace loving butt head.

  6. i want to respond to Musoke who says Baganda are hopeless. its false, if we are then u are foolish. you may not qualify to be foolish if you are not a muganda. Buganda forever.
    SSabassajja wangaaaaaaaaaaaaaaallllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  7. just like the Jews are hated. we can not change wat GOD made us be. no MUGANDA has ever rioted in ankole or GULU its always in our precious GOD given land that they all fight to steal.
    if you think we are foolish get out of our land and let the foolish fight for what they think is right and theirs.
    Obote didn’t play us, its the kindness and hospitality we have. we civilized first so we wished to share it.

  8. all these criticism against baganda yet they all pack their bags and come to buganda, the cant feel civilized unless they are in buganda,. if we are foolish, leave the land of the foolish go back to your land. one thing uganda does not understand is that buganda has never needed uganda its uganda that cant do without buganda.
    ate abaganda muyige kino..if u we go back to the Bush..its time we act on our issues..this time tuyina okulwanira eddembe lyaffe kuluno tudda mu nsiko kulwanirrira nsi yaffe si yuganda kuba batumanyidde nyo.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s