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The Calvary has yet again blocked Kasangati; The Police are dumbfounded about the whereabouts of Besigye!

Kasangati 09.04.2016 P4

Long live the Forum for Democratic Change! This here is the story that is nearly to good to be true. As the house have surveillance and had many more guards than the ordinary State House in Entebbe and Nakasero. It says the story of the level of quality of the Uganda Police. As their DPC Kasangati, James Kawalya cannot feel cool today.

That IGP Kale Kayihura cannot feel good, as he have had the control of the situation and must feel his spine shaking today. That must be the general feeling as his boss, the Don Museveni is in the mountains of Rwenzori shooting and hunting for accidental victims of the Post-Election attacks.

So the Police earlier today detained Ingrid Turinawe the FDC Mobiliser and also the Dr. Kizza Besigye car from Kasangati, as he was not in the car towards the celebration at Nakivubo Settlement Primary School, where he was to attend and be the special guest with Erias Lukwago.

They thought they caught him and got him good. Besigye’s car has yet again towed-in by the authorities to the Kasangati Police Station or luckily the Naggalama Police Station in Mukono.  That is because they cannot help themselves.

Kasangati 09.04.2016

One newly elected FDC MP Francis Mwijuke had this story to tell:

“I drove from Dr. Kizza Besigyes House this morning on my way to town. I was in Dr. Besigyes car UAN 661V. I was being followed by Ingrid Turinawe in a Prado UAW 616W. When I joined the Nangabo rd, about 7 police vehicle broked the road and surrounded. I kept in the vehicle for about ten minutes. Later the police commander moved to me and I brought the car screens down. They found that it was me traveling in Dr. Besigyes car and Kato the driver. They then searched every where in the vehicle including under the seats. After realizing that he was not anywhere, they opened for me after like 20 minutes and I continued to town. I then had the commander pronouncing, he is in the other vehicle. Ingrid didn’t open for them for 30 minutes. When she finally opened for them and they found Dr. Besigye not in that vehicle they towed it with Ingrid in and took it to Kasangati police station due to the embarrassment”.

URN reports this:

“It remains unclear how and when Besigye left the house, but a source close to the former presidential candidate told URN that Besigye left the home shortly before the police deployment. Police is reported to have deployed at the home at 8am to prevent Dr Kizza Besigye from leaving the home” (URN, 2016).

If the Police Force is tooling up and really cutting of the roads, detaining the FDC Officials trying to get the man to planned event in Kampala; than he can’t really be free and the Police Force is again showing how much they are lying to the world. This here is a proof of the evidence of the effects of the Police State and how the affairs in Uganda are. There are even reports of Police Force going during a funeral in the country and throwing tear-gas! Think about that for a hot-minute, wait a hot-second, that is just tragic itself that the Police enters a mourning period for family and loved ones, but also coming in throwing tear-gas!

Nakivubo PS 09.04.2016

This here is while the Police searching for the FDC Presidential Candidate of Dr. Kizza Besigye and not knowning his wearabouts. It’s golden, its wonderful and proving that they need more professional guards to keep him monitored. Because this guys are wicked and hungry, not men who knows their business!

This is just remarkable that he gets out of his home, which been sieged since mid-February with guards, vans and mambas besieging his gate and area. Therefore the classic story of getting away from this is just priceless. UPF can be proud of the hard work and dedication, time to write the Don and apology and hope for forgiveness for you craft. Peace.

Reference:

URN – ‘Besigye Sneaks Out of Kasangati Home’ (09.04.2016) Link: http://ugandaradionetwork.com/story/besigye-goes-missing-from-his-home#ixzz45LEttGHp

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Press Release: CCEDU – Preventing Electoral Violence A Civic Responsibility for All (06.01.2015)

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The Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU) applauds the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uganda, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda for adding his voice on the campaign for a peaceful, free and fair 2016 general election through his Press Statement dated 5th January 2016 (titled, “Maintaining peace, unity and security during and after elections”).
CCEDU has noted with concern that electoral violence remains a serious threat to the February 18th 2016 elections as evidenced by some of the incidents that have so far happened during the on-going political campaigns (recent clashes between candidates’ supporters in Ntungamo and Gulu). These cases of election-related violence continue to create a sense of terror and uncertainly among voters. And should such incidents of violence increase, questions on whether Uganda is capable of holding free, fair, peaceful and representative elections will inevitably emerge.
There is also worry that millions of nervous Ugandan voters could stay away from voting due to fear of violent attacks, threats or politically motivated intimidation.
CCEDU therefore calls upon parties and candidates to desist from acts that could orchestrate unnecessary anxiety and violence during the campaigning and voting period. Election stakeholders including the Uganda Police Force must demonstrate professionalism and impartiality in maintaining electoral security during this period. The Electoral Commission must dispense its mandate in a balanced and professional manner, calling each of the candidates and stakeholders to fully account for their actions/inactions.
CCEDU urges all political parties and candidates to desist from mobilising youth groups and militias to fuel fears or actualities of electoral violence. In the same breath, CCEDU calls upon government to seriously rethink its decision to utilise informal outfits including: ‘crime preventers’, ‘polling detectives’ for the purpose of providing election related security as this could further raise anxiety and possibly invite conflict, violence and chaos in the country. Ugandans have the right to vote in peace and all stakeholders are duty bound to take all necessary measures as provided in our laws to defend and protect that right.
Electoral violence and partisanship of institutions that should otherwise be guarantors of a free electoral environment are an obvious disincentive to participation in elections for both voters and those who wish to offer leadership. Ultimately, this undermines every effort at building a truly democratic country based on the supremacy of the people choosing their leaders. It also weakens state and non-state institutions that scrutinize elections, and hurt the legitimacy of the government of the day.
It is therefore, important that as the Prime Minister rightly points to opposition players in the election, government should equally urge its institutions to ensure utmost impartiality by working strictly within the ambits of the law. Local, regional and international institutions should therefore intensify working towards (timely) prevention of electoral violence ahead of the February 2016 general election in Uganda.

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