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The architects of the plan are mainly from Buganda region who are insisting on a federal system of government.
The parallel Uganda government will have its headquarters in London, http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php says the source. Col. Kizza Besigye will be named Prime Minister of the interim government and will subsequently name Cabinet ministers.
It’s not yet clear whether Cameron is supporting the initiative but the source says the UK premier “has exhibited unprecedented desire to support Ugandan opposition leaders in diaspora.” Cameron backed the formation of Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) in Benghazi and helped them capture power from Col. Muammar Gadaffi.
Cameron met Besigye on November 19 in London.
The formation of the opposition government is aimed at mobilising resources to cause regime change in Kampala before 2016.
The funds will be used to fuel riots in Kampala and cause civil strife in the oil-rich Albertine region. The source says the proposed London-based government intends to woo the international community to reign in on Museveni for reported abuse of human rights.
The anticipated Besigye-led government will further encourage all Ugandans in diaspora to start mobilisation of logistics to use against Museveni. Several friendly media houses especially in Britain and US have been approached for coverage of their activities.
To show their vigilance, a group of opposition leaders last Friday rushed to the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London, urging Cameron to bring Museveni to order.
They accused Museveni of using “excessive force and illegal imprisonment of opposition activists and Journalists”.
Led by Charles Mugagga and Atim Belinda, the opposition leaders further alleged that there was gross deterioration of human rights conditions and interference by executive into the parliamentary commission probing corruption in the Uganda oil sector.
They said UK government should give a hand in “stopping Uganda from becoming a failed state.”
The activists told Cameron aides: “As you can see, it is now becoming increasingly evident that Ugandans are completely fed up of Museveni’s dictatorship and are very happy to consider an alternative government.”
Another activist attached to Suubi 2011 pressure group Richard Semitego said Uganda’s 2011 presidential elections were rigged by NRM, implying Museveni’s government was illegitimate.
The opposition leaders accused Museveni of buying fighter jets from Russia. However, government says the jets were secured to guard the recently-discovered oil in Albertine region. They further stated that because of high unemployment levels in Uganda, hundreds were ready to storm the streets.
At the same time, security is also investigating reports that some leaders in UK have been approaching oil companies for millions of dollars to buy arms to fight Museveni’s forces.
It’s highly feared the Besigye-government will form a rebel unit as back up for regime change.
A few months ago, police boss Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura quoted intelligence reports showing some Ugandans in opposition were receiving military training in The revelation comes on the heels of a recent debate in London, organised by FDC-UK Chapter, in which participants called for swift military measures to end what they described as ‘Museveni’s dictatorship.’
Afghanistan to cause trouble in Uganda.
The participants were moved by rebel Peoples’ Redemption Army (PRA) Commander Col. Samson Mande’s speech. The fugitive UPDF officer called for war against Museveni. Mande’s rebels had formed bases in Eastern Congo before UPDF warplanes turned them into smouldering rubble in early 2000s.
The development is so sensitive since Uganda revolutions start with debates in foreign countries. The end of the barbaric Idi Amin’s regime started with Nairobi debates then Moshi conference in Tanzania.