Museveni Burned Tombs/ 7 points why he is the chief suspect

Given the history of m7 and how he operates in such suspiscious circumstances, m7 comes as number one suspect on my list, here are the reasons why
1. During Idi Amin’s regime it has been found out that it was m7 and his fronasa that killed/kidnapped innocent people in Uganda and the blame rested on Amin, example, investigate who sent weapons to Janan Luwum’s house, it is believed that it was fronasa headed by m7 and the person who wrote to Ben Kiwanuka thanking him of his support for the struggle, that later ousted Amin from power; knowing very well that State resaerch bureau boys were reading those letters.
2. During Obote’s regime, m7 was the leader group of those boys in the white Leyland bus, a.k.a mpawo atalikaaba, that terrorised people in Natete, Rubaga and Kampala suburbs at large and during those times Obote was blamed for the bus that killed people, guess who was the minister of Defence and those boys are alive and well in UPDF “professional army today”.
3.  When Luwero came around it is also believed that, the kadogos were woed into the war by circumstances that arose in the death of their loved ones, some known NRA bayekera, came and killed the head of the family and in few minutes after the tragedy, the NRA soldiers arrived on scene out of nowhere with deep sympathy & advice; it was a public secret that those areas were condoned off by m7’s army and no UNLF could pass.
Now where did the UNLF pass?, leave alone escape back to Kampala unheart? Guess what all the remaining young boys and girls automatically enrolled themselves in the guerilla war fight. What would you have done if it was you that lost your relative under such obvious circumstances? It was known that the NRA boys removed the UNLF uniforms and put on rags in just a few minutes and were so involved with the mourners and forces grew in numbers with this rotten foundation.
4. It was later found out by the kadogos who had long enrolled in the ranks of the guerilla warfare thinking it was UNLF soldiers who had killed their parents when they were sent on the same mission in those new UNLF uniforms that were supplied by insiders who are wel known in m7’s govt today, and with time some of them kadogos had a chance to see eye to eye the real culprits who did the real killings of their parents in the camps of nra, what a shame. Those who tried to confront the the killers among the kadogos many of them never saw the light of day shortly before Kampala fell to the now dictator. Ask about the Kakumbi ku mutwe squad during those days.
5. m7 has seen or masterminded the killings of many of his soldiers in his own govt after 1986 and before who he could have been ashamed not to harm, “A father preying on his own children” people like the late Nkwanga, Kayira, up to now no guinuine report of how he was killed is available to the public, his own like Noble Mayombo and Kazini have died thru dubious circumstances and so many that you may know that may be others dont know, on all those occasions m7 has not been welcomed to the say the last words as he is believed to know more that what others know of these deaths.
6.Given m7’s unstable IQ, I would bet you that they are so many orportunities on m7’s radar, that may have led him to okay the (Operation Burn Kasubi Tombs); to test waters, test the Kabaka, or gain an orportunity to restore the tombs while giving with one hand and taking away with another, he closed CBS radio denied the Kabaka to visit his subjects, it is now so wiered for him to cry crocodile tears when tombs of the Kabaka catch fire.
it is equated to a hyna mourning the cow/ paying homage to the calf when the mother cow dies on the village as if the hyena is not overjoyed- for it will be hiding in the nearby bush to eat of the remains of the cow. m7 had a lot to gain so he thought in the burning of the Kasubi tombs, as if he was waiting like a hunter in the nearby bushes having used the nooze of a banana fiber (Eyatega omutego ogw’ekyayi) that when he heard that the noose had caught something he rushed to the scene to capture the occasion before it slipped away as if it was on his schedule, as if he had no other things to do and appear where he was most un-welcome.
7. In all circumstances that m7 has been involved he will come back to try to make things right where he feels that his empty integrity has been jeopardized. And where he feels that his security is not compromised m7 will show up even if it means to kill and not be killed, M7 now employs Ben Kiwanuka’s son as a junior minister, Employs Amin’s son in ISO, Employs Tito Okello’s son, applying the predictable tricks of a criminal who returns to the scene of crime in a sophisticated way, these are acts of a sick man, m7 has given kitu kidogo to the kadogos whose parents died under the circumstances noted point number 3 as above.
And therefore there was no pressing need nor reason as to why m7 had to show up forcefully and so quickly as lightening at the Kasubi tombs despite Mengo’s advice for m7 not to come to the grieving site, there were already symptoms that people were going to be shot thats why, the tombs were surrounded and deployed with so many security operatives with pistols and plain clothe an act that was un-called for, the tombs simply burned as m7 himself wants the masses to believe and people were gathered to mourn the incident, no guns were needed to facilitate the mourning process.
And then why did m7 appear as if he was the saviour of the day?. People who were by default in the vicinity when the fire incident happened said the blue shirted boys were already deployed in the area, the question is what other tragedy was going to happen or happened above the Kasubi tombs if it was not the burning of the tombs itself and may be to secure the gate-away of the numberless pickup truck that was seen fleeing the scene soon after the fire gutted the tombs?
The Kabaka’s schedule had to be interfered by m7, yet the Kabaka was the main mouner, in BUGANDA IT WAS THE MOURNERS WHO WELCOME THE SYMPATHISERS NOT THE OTHER WAY ROUND, BUT THIS TIME, it was m7 who almost welcomed the chief mourner the Kabaka of Buganda, unless of course m7 had so  much to do with the burning of the tombs and had come back to the scene of crime as many profiled criminals do.
m7 has meddled into many people’s affairs; bribed many people’s families who he is widely believed to have been the cause of death; promised to take care of them to ease the tensions and may be others think that he had nothing to do with it; and people say m7 bought a house for the widow of the late Kayira in Boston USA, thats why she is saying nothing about it, m7 has promised to take care of Noble Mayombo and Kazini’s family, m7 is now the Godfather of the young King of Toro whose father may have been poisoned.
When he does that he has binocuolars all over you and has access to you whenever he wants since you come to him he can come to you in any way he chooses, if you fall in his trick you might as well join your fore fathers; in other words your days are numbered by him and his security dogs. Just watch m7 and see where he interferes with what happened.
The trend is he has something to do with it and now he forced his way to the Tombs promised to investigate like in Kayira’s case he brought the scotland yard and fingures pointed to him and since refused to release the report that most probably has his finger prints everywhere. He wants the Kabaka cornered, and binocuolars all over him as he pushes his way to secure all ways to compromise on the Kabaka’s strengh before things turn around and set him on the run..
What happened at Kasubi Tombs did not call for m7’s presence at all, it had nothing to do with him excpet to follow his norms of making things right where he knows that he is highly involved; m7 gave away his position as the the one who burned the tombs.

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.

18 responses »

  1. ellow Ugandans,

    President Museveni would have had no clear advantage in burning the Kasubi Tombs,the calculus of his perceived involvement simply does not add up. If the motive were to spite the people of Buganda he would have done it long ago when tensions were high with the Kabaka. He is far from my list of suspected arsonists, because of the political fall out such a senseless act would have had on him and his party, no advantage of any sort in Buganda. He might be crazy but he ain’t mad.

    Whoever planned it, fell the president into a nasty trap when he came to view the remains of the ancient Buganda Kings mausoleum, His men did not exercise caution and they still need training in handling large crowds close to the president. There is no doubt in my mind that whoever handled the president’s security detail goofed tremendously bringing on unnecessary deaths to the mourners and exposure to the president.

    In any presidential security detail protocol, you cannot take a president in a crowd that is not well searched for weapons. A good section of his path should have been cleared and parameterized ahead of time, without mentioning who was coming. This shooting in the crowd was the second biggest mistake ever in handling a secure presidential escape. These fellows had a choice either to take the president away out of danger immediately or open fire into a crowd, now common sense would have dictated taking the path that would have yielded the least number of causalities as well as guarantee a more secure escape for the president in eminent danger; and that was to whisk him away.

    Now comes the question, who is going to compensate those who died wrongfully on that day, Nalumanya ne salumanya. The president as a good gesture to the people of Buganda ought to dip into his deep pockets and compensate all those who became causalities of his security detail gone awry.

    Tendo Kaluma

  2. Didn’t you hear that we arrested a deaf/dumb/semi-ILITERATE Muganda man, for whom we suspect to be behind the razing of the tombs? If you Baganda so desire, we can hand him over and let Pirato see what to do with him.

    God knows for us we’re innocent.



  3. Lets discuss this issue in this context, what is the definition of a close body guard?
    a person or group of persons assigned to protect someone from harm. Then what does a president mean? the chief official of a country that is a republic; the leader of an organization. And then we look at the roles of a president,

    * Approve federal laws (bills) created by parliament
    * Lead the nation’s people, making sure citizens obey the laws and setting priorities for the country, including helping the Congress decide how the budget is spent
    * Manage the government, making sure that decisions and programs are being carried out effectively, with the help of the vice president and appointed cabinet members who head different departments (agriculture, commerce, defense, education, energy, health and human services, housing and urban development, interior, justice, labor, state, transportation, treasury, veterans affairs)
    * Represent Uganda in meetings with leaders of other countries, including signing treaties and other agreements (with approval from Parliament) on behalf of the Uganda Government
    * Command the UPDF forces, including declaring war (with approval from Parliament) ok now lets look at what a kingdom of Buganda is, Buganda is the kingdom of the Baganda people, the largest of the traditional kingdoms in present-day Uganda.

    Why did Museveni go to Kasubi? first of all my brothers let me know the reason why if you can but a sensible one.

    I worked as A VIP protector for 9 years, I was trained and well trained by the western countries, its not allowed in any way to shoot at civilians who are shouting or blocking your way or using stones or so.

    Its against the VIP protection rules to allow the president to come to a place like Kasubi where things where out of hand, the police were intouch with the PGB, the president who is also know as a (VIP) Very Important Person should not have travelled to a place like kasubi.

    Its not the first time where by our president goes to attend places an necessarily, few days ago he was seen in a hospital visiting BEBE COOL if i am right! he was also seen in Uniform on mountain Elgon holding a gun. yes he was right to visit the people who lost their loved ones but there is a question to me him wearing a uniform and holding AK 47 OR SMG.

    Brothers i conclude by saying that the president should not have travelled to kasubi at the time may be after some time but not on that day. thanks

    Noble Marara
    UAH forumist

  4. To this day, none has come forward to mention the details of PBGs either killed or wounded. All they say is that they were pelted with stones which provoked them to answer with fire power. And the likes of mabwana E.M, Owana and others will defend that act with total pride.
    Robert Ssenkindu

  5. When a shoe was thrown at the Former US President George Bush, did his security detail answer with live fire? Please stop justifying use of excessive force against unarmed civilians. The rukes for security enforcement dictate that the force used must be proportional to the force of the attacker. can anyone tell me how you can equate a stone to the bullet?

  6. The word stupid is relatively too much!

    In all I remember in 1986 Museveni was totally against EXTRA JUDICIAL KILLINGS and he gave it as a reason why his group had to overthrow Obote.

    Isn’t September street murder extra judicial, isn’t Kasubi murder extra judicial?

    Jude m

  7. Noble Marara?

    Uganda? Approve federal laws/bills? Health and human services and veterans? Help congress blah, blah, blah?

    Ah ah ah! Lakiini!

    Lance Corporal (Rtd) Patrick Otto

  8. My friend Marara,

    You have wasted yor valuable time. Do you think Museveni or his acolytes will follow what you wisely suggest?

    Fat chance,

    George O. Pacu-Otto

  9. whoever did so, there is only one phrase to describe him: he is worse than the devil himself! But time will tell!

  10. Henry Ford Mirima must be happy since Mutesa 1 and 11 were burnt a little bit

  11. My friends,

    I am so sad about the tombs. I visited it once, I think in 1986 and I had the same feelings I had when I visited the mausoleum of Lenin at the Red Square in Moscow and that of Chairman Mao in Beijing. I hope it is rebuilt, although I doubt that it will regain its former glory because most of the regalia and ancient artifacts have been destroyed. The problem we have created in our country is that of senseless materialism and today we have people in power who do not care about anything else except retaining and perpetuating their power alongside a voracious and rabid conspicuous consumption. I visited Cyprus many years ago and saw many historical sites that have been preserved for ages. Last year I visited Turkey, and the historical sites are so beguiling and sentimental. And the wonder of wonders, I had a chance to visit Jerusalem and even to take pictures alongside the cradel where Jesus was supposed to have been born. It was like walking back in time.

    But you need far-sighted leaders to retain and maintain its country’s heritage. Right now as I write, I am attending a meeting at the Woolwich Heritage Centre, in South London, a centre that celebrates the history of this military town. I hope the Kasubi tombs will be restored, although the vandals who desecrated it, who are well known, will never be caught under the current dispensation.

    George O. Pacu-Otto

  12. Owekitiinisa Barigye;

    Your posting of March 17, 2010 quotes you saying, “Mirima must be happy since Mutesa 1 and 11 were burnt a little bit”.(In the Kasubi inferno).

    I had chosen to ignore your statement but, on consultation with Banyoro elders, it was agreed that we take this opportunity to educate you on Kinyoro culture. Bear in mind ours is the mother of cultures in Uganda.

    In Bunyoro-Kitara, from the days of the Abacwezi, when a person dies, the neighbours, relatives, etc, close ranks and all people in that village, mourn together. During times of mourning the whole village downs tools like hoes. The neighbors by tradition, culturally, bring food to console the breaved family.

    Everybody forgets the past even if many were hostile, or enemies to each other.

    It was pointed out that Banyoro are not like some people who, when Milton Obote died, they celebrated, held bon-fires and elected a dog, heir to Obote. They even banned Obote’s body to be transported through their country.

    Banyoro are gentle,well-mannered people. We do not behave barbarically.

    I think this educates you a bit about Kinyoro culture which we are maintaining up to today and beyond.

    Henry Ford Miirima

    Press Secretry of the Omukama of Bunyoro-Kitara

  13. i think we need to get going only that the oil politics will ruin our focus as Ugandans there is a lot of it in buganda (bugerere,kooki),bunyoro achooli etc only what we need is unity and proper use of power.. no one will singlehandedly benefit from it as many wish.lets just watch our greed.our backbone is agriculture so we need to be serious with the oil revenue which will soon be no more.its those petrol dollars that will make us rich not just wiring them to personal accounts,but reinvesting them in education health,,energy rail and air transport,agriculture and of course the rotten roads .so its Uganda to suffer with buganda,,,,we the youth want a change in the way old people do their things they have somehow lost focus though we need their guidance,,,,,,,awangaaale

  14. thats is the fact and truth of what it should be.and thank you for those major points. He shoudn’t be there at athat time.In fact it states his mind when he did that. This is the man who gained power through military training.This is the man who has security egences even serving outside our boards. This is the man who wanted Africa a coalition army and wanted to be the top dog in it. Its so shamefull that he failed to use all that knowledge in such a crusial moment and this make him No1 suspect
    Thank you Noble Marara.

  15. I think it good that Noble pointed out these things,it does not matter wheather m7 takes it in but surely he did not expect others to know this and hence his mis calculation to us all ugandans. i think he should have thought better than that. Is that what he did in his BUKUMBI period in Luwero.
    Again Mr Otto,u also have to understand the subject ….. WHICH WAS. THE reason why m7 is no1 suspect. NOble was giving out some of the reason not creating an agument. IF it comes to judgement time there real.
    M7 can not play that innocent game in his excuses of we have to investigate the matter any more.

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