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Col Mande Warns Opposition on Sejusa

Col Samson Mande

UPDF renegade Colonel Samson Mande has renewed attacks on embattled former Coordinator of Intelligence Organs, viagra buy information pills http://dangerdame.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/admin.php David Sejusa, nurse http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php saying he should not be trusted by the opposition due to being “jumpy” and “deceitful.”

Mande, who fought alongside Sejusa in the NRA war that saw Museveni seize power in 1986, listed the reforms for Sejusa to undergo, including repentance.

He said Sejusa, who recently met President Museveni at State House Entebbe and agreed on his retirement, should “show remorse, repent and give a comprehensive (detailed) apology to all he wronged.”

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From his base in Sweden, the NRA historical who fell out with Museveni after supporting Col Kizza Besigye in the 2001 presidential election, further pointed out that Sejusa must “reform and give up his reprehensible habit or immoral way of doing things.”

Mande’s hostility towards Sejusa is well documented. It is understood the pair clashed during the UPDF’s military operations against LRA rebels in Northern Uganda.

Mande accused Sejusa of committing atrocities in Northern Uganda which included mysterious disappearances of prisoners of war.

He advised that Sejusa should “join and work for a period not less than 5 years as a member and not a leader of the opposition,” adding, “Given his history of being jumpy and deceitful we need time to know if he means and does what he is saying.”

The exiled Colonel stressed that every time opposition forces make blanket alliances and marriages of convenience for the sake of overthrowing leaders, they end in more dictatorship and chaos.

He listed some post-independence political alliances that did not bear fruit.

“The Kabaka Yekka-UPC 1962, UNLF 1978-1980, Yoweri Museveni PRA- Yusuf Lule UFF- Moses Ali (URF) should have taught us lessons on unconditional marriages of convenience and alliances. The opposition should put a benchmark by setting standards for leaders otherwise if the opposition leadership is going to be a den of NRM rejects and people whose moral standards are questionable they will lose out for ever and help Museveni retain power for as long as he wants,” he advised.

“The people shall see no difference between the opposition and NRM leadership. Neither shall they see a better future but a struggle for power between the titans and therefore are likely to stick to “the devil we know” phenomenon. I don’t underplay the need for change but if the change is going to land Uganda into a dictatorship worse than what Uganda has ever witnessed.”

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