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Zuma’s #SONA17 another spectacle of cold-blooded ANC with blatant disregard of the National Assembly and its Constitution!

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Now that a few days have gone by and mind is put to the rest, the State of the Nation Address 2017 #SONA2017 of South Africa been held in the National Assembly and the dust have settled. We can still wonder if this was the outcome and the wished legacy that the African National Congress (ANC) wanted to leave behind. The speech of President Jacob Zuma will not be the important matter after the national tragedy; even the Greek legends couldn’t have created a masterpiece of this proportion.

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) under Julius Malema or the Democratic Alliance (DA) under Mmusi Maimane couldn’t have wished for better audience to show the neglect and lost space under President Zuma. President Zuma has forgotten his heritage and what he carries with his position. Zuma is living on laurels of others, but not honouring it, instead he and his allies are eating of it. They are eating so heavy that all meat is scratched off the bone and digested.

Even The Congress of the People (Cope) leader Mosiuoa Lekota wouldn’t have thought this would go this far, even the so the South African Communist Party (SACP) Blade Nzimande must think that the freedom fighting days of ANC and wish for a equal distribution of goods and wealth is long dead in the ruling party. If it was so the ANC would not enrichen their elite and new-wealthy men and woman who loyally are eating of the government plate; instead of building progressive and clear-cut initiative to create work for a broader base of the citizens. Those days are long gone and forgotten after the term of Thabo Mbeki.

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Zuma had to bring the National Army into the chambers where the speech of the president was about to happen, as much as the Police Officers presences on the streets was like a lock-down from the get-go. Like Zuma was preparing for a show of brutal force and not a honouring the Parliament and its constitution. Not like he has respected before, he has only had eager for power and not for running it for a common good. That MP Mapisa Nqakula needed to gazette legality on the 9th February to make sure the public of legality of having the army in the Parliament between 5th to 10th February. Zuma has many loyal servants that honour him instead of the constitution. Nevertheless, that is just a floosy disgusting paper right, aye?  

No matter if an ANC MP created a fuzz with words and the ANC Parliamentary Speaker Baleka Mbete would have been Nobel in his approach. Instead of dialogue or even giving space, he expected to be a loyal servant only to Zuma and not to the rule of law. There are not many who doubt where the loyalty of Mbete lays, not with the codes of the sacred chambers of Parliament, but instead with the man who is the executive of the Republic. ANC has certainly forgotten their roots and their mission, the quests and their direction as a political movement.

What even more insulting after the violence of removing EFF and the DA walking out of the Parliament as a result of the misbehaving ANC MPs, the ones left behind started to sleep when President Zuma was addressing them. Well, there wasn’t anything serious left other than empty tin-box lies and deceit from the man-in-charge. Who has no scruples and no mercy for his opposition!

Zuma will now not tango with his enemy or even try to shadow play with the opposition, as the local election we’re insulting to the ANC and their ruling regime, that they lost important towns and places they have never seen others having mayors and local governments post-apartheid. That is the estate and the cracking into the party organization and the strain the chaos of corruption has left behind under Zuma. Something that not a puzzle of magic wand or public display can change, the heartbeat and the pulse is out of whack.

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Zuma and his cronyism aren’t benefiting anyone nearly except his men and woman. The rest are left behind and on unknown terms as the leadership of ANC skates by with no concern of their reputation or their legislation. The procedures and their neglect of the value of institutions or government companies are proven with the delayed 2015 report on Eskom, that we’re released the day after Sona17, because ANC wanted another scandal than this one in the news.

Zuma wanted to be released from fatigue and disgusted with the sleeping MPs and the attacking opposition. He wanted to be claimed to be corrupt and neglect of his role as executive of holding the report behind locked doors. Just like he wanted to silence the Capture of the State report, but that one became a hot-potato he couldn’t keep in the archives until it was meaningless.

Now the SONA17 have put a new giant stain on the ANC, the Zuma administration and the National Assembly that prefers defending the Executive or defending the rule of law. As some say the constitution and the laws that built the Republic of South Africa. They doesn’t matter for Zuma or his cronies, but it means something to ones living in KwaZulu-Natal, the Orange State or anywhere else in the republic. Peace.  

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KCCA banning Besigye’s Posters in the City; KCCA have a Campaign Poster Paranoia that is on another level!

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We are at a day where a poster from the KCCA is been released. Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) is becoming more and more a NRM Unit as we speak. They have already been hard to their DP elected Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago. This here is on the same level.

Jennifer Musisi and Frank Tumbawaze have their own mood-swings to show loyalty to their master. Mzee must enjoy the news and the order from KCCA. This here is in the 25 or 26 days of the Campaign Trail. KCCA can’t be seen as impartial organization or governmental organization that runs Kampala. They have also another character to help running KCCA which is the Presidential Advisor for Kampala Affairs. I am still not sure what he is supposed to do, but that is case and scenario that needs deep brief because of the NRM like to run and shield itself instead of telling their story.

KCCA have breached and become so impartial that their level is sky high and the Campaign Poster Paranoia, is just to an extent that is made of baboons. Singing jiggly and acting  with jiggy people in Kabalagala, instead they show no institutional integrity of a government outfit. It proves how the people who are hired of the NRM are not working for the people, but for the political party. This here is a breach of the ethical actions from the KCCA. They are the right-hand for the Mzee instead of working for the people of Kampala. As they show with this action as they proclaim their allegiance to the NRM. Not, being their for any kind of party or having the same rules and regulation for all of the citizens of Kampala. Because that would not be JUSTICE in the eyes of KCCA for the moment. There is a difference between the men who support Dr. Kizza Besigye and President Museveni. that is why his posters can hang and be pinned on the wall. While the FDC poster will be taken down! 

They should either take down that foolish nonsense regulations of taking pay for the posters or and at once stop the ignorance of KCCA to expel FDC and Dr. Kizza Besigye posters from being pinned in the City. Because this leaves NRM with full-fledges of the walls in Kampala. The City can even have UPC and DP poster, and whatever else until Musisi and Tumbawaze can run the city like wild-west in the mercy of Mzee.

There is something wrong with this. Another tale of BS from the NRM-Regime; I wonder who rubberstamped this?

Like in Bugolobi, Kampala the 6th January 2016:

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Think that was enough for today. Peace.

The EC Bans Presidential Candidates from Public buildings

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The Electoral Commission in Uganda have now officially banned all candidates from visiting hospitals, schools and places of worship during the campaign trail. They are not allowed to attend or have campaign rallies near public buildings.

That means that Amama Mbabazi or Dr. Kizza Besigye can’t visit the buildings that Museveni has built during his 29 years of steady progress. The Steady Progress is now that the chairman of Electoral Commission is showing his loyalty for getting more millions shillings each month.

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This all happens after the painful pictures from Abim Hospital that shows how the kingdom of Museveni is looking and how weak his institutions are. That is why he can’t drive around in Personnel Armed Vehicle like he did in Abletong.

I just wait personally to when Amama Mbabazi or Dr. Kizza Besigye not allowed traveling on the roads to see the districts and villages. Because that will show how bad the structures are after 29 years of NRM. Though Bebe Cool will say they are magnificent!

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We know that Yoweri Kagtua Museveni doesn’t have Statesmanship because that isn’t his ways. Just like the way he order police to follow and block opposition candidates or detain those loyal to his foes. He can’t help himself!

The IGP Kale Kayihura follows the order like a blind dog and can’t think for himself even his life depends on it. He is the definition of the mouthpiece of Museveni except for Captain Mike Mukula who is drinking the yellow drink and having yellow fever in this campaign season. Because he was quoting seriously saying: “Only Musveni have managed Uganda well”.

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Well Captain Mukula the other ones running and managing Uganda is long dead and no other have tried. So your premise is kind of weak, but you have the yellow fever and are excused.

We can see that the Electoral Commission is more and more partisan because of the weakness of the Steady Progress. The is understandable about the issues of weak and sick at the hospital and their sorry state shouldn’t be pressured with campaigning. That is acceptable if that we’re state of excuse from the Electoral Commission. The reality is that they fear showing the initial state of the premises and excessive neglect from the government which it hasn’t provided the public for 29 years. That pains Museveni now, since he is supposed to be Teflon by now! But he is not…

The Schools and house of Prayers is just because the government and NRM knows the popularity of Dr. Kizza Besigye and don’t want to get the congregations and churches to validate his candidacy. Amama Mbabazi have not been in churches during the campaign or invited too much. The Electoral Commission and the NRM fears more the power and public perception it gives the People’s President.

The Independent Prof. Venansious Baryamureeba we’re showing pictures of schools early in his northern Uganda campaign and claiming foul play by government for not providing sustainable educational components to the kids and the public. This must have been a sore and sad for the Steady Progress campaign. As we have seen today when the Police barricaded the Karuma Primary School for Dr. Kizza Besigye so he couldn’t see the school and discuss the state of it.

We can see that the Electoral Commission is living now in the fear level of NRM, an is not acting as a political partisan but as a mouthpiece of NRM and Museveni. That is something we have known for a while. But this is pure proof of the matter. They will now serve the matters of IGP Kale Kayihura and Museveni, not think themselves. That is illegal and dangerous. FDC and Go-Forward will continue to have issues with the Police and the Electoral Commission. They will be barred from visiting public buildings and have more trouble in January and February into the final days of the campaign trail as Yoweri Kaguta Museveni fear them more and more. Peace.

FDC Statement: Updates on FDC/Go-Forward Talk (02.11.2015)

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1. For the past two days we, (FDC and Go-Forward and group) have been holed up in a negotiation meeting in yet another attempt to try and agree on a Joint Presidential Candidate (JPC) for the forthcoming general elections.

2. Today many anxious FDC members and leaders kept on calling me and other members of our team to find out how we had gone. We had only one answer for them, “Please wait, we shall get back to you later”,

The following is an update of how far we were able to go:

I hope our members find it useful.
3. The otherwise very cordial meeting was adjourned about a few hours ago by co- chair Hon. Medard Sseggona sine die. The other co-chair was Augustine Ruzindana. Medard was proposed by GoForward while Augustine was proposed by FDC. The two teams were led by Dr Olara Otunnu and Maj. Gen. Mugisha Muntu respectively.

4. The meeting, which was a follow up of similar meetings held earlier in Nairobi and UK, had to be adjourned because we had once again reached an impasse. Both sides could not agree on a JPC.

5. Because of time element , given that Presidential nominations are due on November 3and 4, we agreed to move on and have the two candidates nominated while we continue the contacts and exploring possibilities of future cooperation most especially on vote protection and resisting partisan and unconstitutional police actions during the on-going electoral process.

6. When the negotiations hit a stalemate, FDC proposed alternative B as a fallback position; of both candidates testing the ground after nomination and then two sides meeting again to review the situation. The Go Forward team said they would to go back and consult on the proposal.

7. Both sides also agreed to focus efforts on our common political opponent, the rogue regime, and to stop attacking each other through unhelpful media wars.

8. Pushing for our candidate as a better option, FDC President Maj.Gen. Muntu argued that Dr Kizza Besigye who had been elected by the Party National Delegates Conference, had for 15 years demonstrated his consistence in the struggle for democracy, had a more popular appeal, has millions of voters and supporters behind him despite being rigged out of victory, has strong party structures behind him and was unlikely to suffer any more surprising state -trumped –up court cases.

9. Muntu argued that Besigye was therefore a better bet for the JPC and while he offered GoForward and the Parties backing candidate JP Amama Mbabazi the Executive Premiership plus 60% of cabinet positions. They said they had come to the negotiations with the mandate to secure the Presidency not anything else.

Written by the TDA Spokesman  Hon.Wafula Oguttu.

MDC-T Press statement on the Opening of the 2015 Judicial Year (12.01.2015)

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Letters from MUK- A set gradution fee (21.10) and UPDF- On Partisan Politics(21.10)

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After the unrest and issues at MUK, this is the answer today. Well, power to the people and glory to the students who are the future.

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Feel like the mail-man. But this was also to interesting to let it pass by. When I work less and have more time of. I will do more reaserch and not just drop letters. Until then have a splendid time. Peace

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