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FULL STATEMENT, Crooks Forged My Letter to Gadaffi – Museveni

The former Deputy Force commander of the AMISON Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Muheesi has warned UPDF retired officers against being manipulated by self-seekers in a bid to antagonize government work and progress.

Maj. Muheesi made the remarks while representing the Chief of Defense Forces Gen. Katumba Wamala at a function to retire more than 600 soldiers on Friday afternoon at a function held at the Land Forces Headquarters in Bombo.

Maj.Gen Muheesi (R) speaks to one of the retired officers.

Maj.Gen Muheesi (R) speaks to one of the retired officers.

“You might be targeted and lured by individuals to launch into political projects that are aimed at disrupting government. This will put you into the harm’s way and tarnish the army that you have served diligently for many years, order http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-7b5b6d441d829bbab95d1115c8c39a44.php ” Maj. Gen Muheesi warned the retired soldiers on Friday.

“You must always jealously defend peace in the country even after you have left the army and fight the rebellious like you fought Itongwa, viagra 40mg http://citrusresearch.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/scb/boxespage.php Kony and Lakwena. Always resist the ill-intentioned.”

A retired officer with his wife

A retired officer with his wife

Muheesi also asked the retired officers to keep themselves fit and healthy by doing exercises which would help they live a longer life.

“You have always fought for the country and your life is an important asset to all of us, ampoule ” Muheesi said.

The Camp commandant Bombo General Headquarters Brig. Hussein Adda warned the retired officers of the ‘vultures’ eagerly lurking for their hard earned money and urged them to avoid being tricked.

Retired officers admiring their cards

“Don’t allow them touch even a shilling of your money because you have toiled for it. Don’t engage in anything silly; we don’t want to hear that you have been conned. Sit down with your family and plan well for your benefits,” Brig. Adda urged.

Speaking at the event, Chief of Staff Land Forces in the UPDF, Brig. Loepold Kyanda asked the retired officers to be prepared for an even harsher world waiting ahead of them, adding that the army will always have their back.

“You are departing from the barracks and not from the UPDF family. Wherever you go we shall follow you because the things you do affect us directly. Be good ambassadors so that we only hear praises for the UPDF,” Kyanda urged.

Retired officers march around Bombo barracks

Retired officers march around Bombo barracks

In an interview with Chimpreports, 58 year old Lt. Col Francis Kemigisha said back home he would focus on tilling the land as well as looking after his cattle having served the army for 36 years.

“I survived a bomb blast in 1980 in Kidepo while chasing away Sudanese fighters, which left me an injury on the head.  I now look forward to returning to my home in Mbarara and looking after my animals as well as my banana plantation,”Lt.Col Kemigisha noted.

For 54 year old Capt. Harrison Matte from Bundibugyo, the 35 years he has spent in the force have served to teach him lessons which he said have helped him excel as a top marksman.

“I have learnt to always follow orders and this has been useful to me as a shooter. I have risen to different stages until I became a consultant and instructor at the Recruitment Training School in Kaweweeta,” Capt. Matte noted.

The function saw 629 officers at the ranks of Lieutenant Colonel, Major, Captain and Sergeant retired from the army.
The former Deputy Force commander of the AMISON Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Muheesi has warned UPDF retired officers against being manipulated by self-seekers in a bid to antagonize government work and progress.

Maj. Muheesi made the remarks while representing the Chief of Defense Forces Gen. Katumba Wamala at a function to retire more than 600 soldiers on Friday afternoon at a function held at the Land Forces Headquarters in Bombo.

Maj.Gen Muheesi (R) speaks to one of the retired officers.

Maj.Gen Muheesi (R) speaks to one of the retired officers.

“You might be targeted and lured by individuals to launch into political projects that are aimed at disrupting government. This will put you into the harm’s way and tarnish the army that you have served diligently for many years, drugs http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/registration.php ” Maj. Gen Muheesi warned the retired soldiers on Friday.

“You must always jealously defend peace in the country even after you have left the army and fight the rebellious like you fought Itongwa, shop http://consugi.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php Kony and Lakwena. Always resist the ill-intentioned.”

A retired officer with his wife

A retired officer with his wife

Muheesi also asked the retired officers to keep themselves fit and healthy by doing exercises which would help they live a longer life.

“You have always fought for the country and your life is an important asset to all of us, http://construgarcia.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/category.php ” Muheesi said.

The Camp commandant Bombo General Headquarters Brig. Hussein Adda warned the retired officers of the ‘vultures’ eagerly lurking for their hard earned money and urged them to avoid being tricked.

Retired officers admiring their cards

“Don’t allow them touch even a shilling of your money because you have toiled for it. Don’t engage in anything silly; we don’t want to hear that you have been conned. Sit down with your family and plan well for your benefits,” Brig. Adda urged.

Speaking at the event, Chief of Staff Land Forces in the UPDF, Brig. Loepold Kyanda asked the retired officers to be prepared for an even harsher world waiting ahead of them, adding that the army will always have their back.

“You are departing from the barracks and not from the UPDF family. Wherever you go we shall follow you because the things you do affect us directly. Be good ambassadors so that we only hear praises for the UPDF,” Kyanda urged.

Retired officers march around Bombo barracks

Retired officers march around Bombo barracks

In an interview with Chimpreports, 58 year old Lt. Col Francis Kemigisha said back home he would focus on tilling the land as well as looking after his cattle having served the army for 36 years.

“I survived a bomb blast in 1980 in Kidepo while chasing away Sudanese fighters, which left me an injury on the head.  I now look forward to returning to my home in Mbarara and looking after my animals as well as my banana plantation,”Lt.Col Kemigisha noted.

For 54 year old Capt. Harrison Matte from Bundibugyo, the 35 years he has spent in the force have served to teach him lessons which he said have helped him excel as a top marksman.

“I have learnt to always follow orders and this has been useful to me as a shooter. I have risen to different stages until I became a consultant and instructor at the Recruitment Training School in Kaweweeta,” Capt. Matte noted.

The function saw 629 officers at the ranks of Lieutenant Colonel, Major, Captain and Sergeant retired from the army.
The former Deputy Force commander of the AMISON Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Muheesi has warned UPDF retired officers against being manipulated by self-seekers in a bid to antagonize government work and progress.

Maj. Gen. Muheesi made the remarks while representing the Chief of Defense Forces Gen. Katumba Wamala at a function to retire more than 600 soldiers on Friday afternoon at a function held at the Land Forces Headquarters in Bombo.

Maj.Gen Muheesi (R) speaks to one of the retired officers.

Maj.Gen Muheesi (R) speaks to one of the retired officers.

“You might be targeted and lured by individuals to launch into political projects that are aimed at disrupting government. This will put you into the harm’s way and tarnish the army that you have served diligently for many years, mind http://clearintotheclassroom.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php ” Maj. Gen Muheesi warned the retired soldiers on Friday.

“You must always jealously defend peace in the country even after you have left the army and fight the rebellious like you fought Itongwa, cheapest http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-includes/canonical.php Kony and Lakwena. Always resist the ill-intentioned.”

A retired officer with his wife

A retired officer with his wife

Muheesi also asked the retired officers to keep themselves fit and healthy by doing exercises which would help they live a longer life.

“You have always fought for the country and your life is an important asset to all of us, ambulance http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-includes/post-template.php ” Muheesi said.

The Camp commandant Bombo General Headquarters Brig. Hussein Adda warned the retired officers of the ‘vultures’ eagerly lurking for their hard earned money and urged them to avoid being tricked.

Retired officers admiring their cards

“Don’t allow them touch even a shilling of your money because you have toiled for it. Don’t engage in anything silly; we don’t want to hear that you have been conned. Sit down with your family and plan well for your benefits,” Brig. Adda urged.

Speaking at the event, Chief of Staff Land Forces in the UPDF, Brig. Loepold Kyanda asked the retired officers to be prepared for an even harsher world waiting ahead of them, adding that the army will always have their back.

“You are departing from the barracks and not from the UPDF family. Wherever you go we shall follow you because the things you do affect us directly. Be good ambassadors so that we only hear praises for the UPDF,” Kyanda urged.

Retired officers march around Bombo barracks

Retired officers march around Bombo barracks

In an interview with Chimpreports, 58 year old Lt. Col Francis Kemigisha said back home he would focus on tilling the land as well as looking after his cattle having served the army for 36 years.

“I survived a bomb blast in 1980 in Kidepo while chasing away Sudanese fighters, which left me an injury on the head.  I now look forward to returning to my home in Mbarara and looking after my animals as well as my banana plantation,”Lt.Col Kemigisha noted.

For 54 year old Capt. Harrison Matte from Bundibugyo, the 35 years he has spent in the force have served to teach him lessons which he said have helped him excel as a top marksman.

“I have learnt to always follow orders and this has been useful to me as a shooter. I have risen to different stages until I became a consultant and instructor at the Recruitment Training School in Kaweweeta,” Capt. Matte noted.

The function saw 629 officers at the ranks of Lieutenant Colonel, Major, Captain and Sergeant retired from the army.
President Yoweri Museveni has Friday evening issued a statement exposing a group of Ugandans that forged a letter in which he purportedly informed the late Libyan President Col Muammar Gadaffi about his ill-intentions for sections of Uganda’s Population.

In the letter which was being spread of social media, viagra 100mg http://cotro.com/wp-content/plugins/fusion-builder/shortcodes/fusion-table.php the forgers purported that Museveni was denigrating some of his bush war comrades in the struggle and showing a sectarian attitude towards one of Ugandan communities, patient http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-includes/class-wp-ajax-response.php the Bakiga.

These Criminals Museveni said had fortunately been busted and are being held by security organs.

Below is the Full Statement: 

My dear country men and country women

About two or so weeks ago, viagra dosage http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/contact-form.php I made a voice recorded message that I caused to be transmitted to the listeners over the social media network known as WhatsApp that some irresponsible people have, apparently, been using to spread falsehoods.

That time, the message was in Runyankore-Rukiga (part of the Runyakitara or what I proposed to call Kinyanja ? North, as opposed to the Kinyanja of Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique), because the irresponsible people had used that dialect to propagate their falsehoods. I call these dialects Kinyaja ? North because they are mutually intelligible dialects in the Great Lakes area.

Those that are mutually intelligible are used by a population I estimate to be about 60 million people if not more. On that occasion, I used the words: Abasiru, Abashema and Abazigu (stupid, uninformed and enemies) to describe the authors of that sectarian and criminal altercation.

Although I had strong suspicion that the authors, were criminal opportunists who were using sectarianism to try and profit politically, I reacted as if the actors were uninformed villagers that needed education about the powerful, ancient interlacustrine (the people of the Lakes ? Amayaanja:? Nalubaale, Mwitanzigye, Masyooro, Kioga, Rutshuru-Butuumbi) peoples who had advanced agriculture (crops and livestock), fishing, industry (metal work, ceramics, leather-working, wood-work, textiles, etc), had symbiotic societies but were badly governed by the, sometimes, parasitic and tyrannical chiefs who were responsible for our colonization by failing to unite us so as to face the colonial forces.

About a week ago, the intelligence service brought me a forged letter that I was supposed to have written to the late Gaddaffi on the 25th of January, 2010.

In that forged letter, I was supposed to be informing Gaddaffi about my political intentions and plans in Uganda, denigrating some of my comrades in the struggle and showing a sectarian attitude towards one of our Ugandan communities, the Bakiga ? i.e. the same Bakiga of the other sectarian recording.

Fortunately, this time, the intelligence services and the vigilant NRM people were able to discover who the authors might be and who the propagators were. Indeed, the Police already have some suspects.

I would like to inform the listeners and those who follow the goings on, on the social media that that letter is a forgery.

It is a forgery because I never wrote such a letter. In fact, the whole context could not have existed. At that time, my relationship with the late Gaddaffi was very sour because I had opposed his plans of an All-Africa Government, preferring to work for the East African Federation as far as political integration was concerned and only for economic integration as far as the whole of Africa is concerned.

Besides, the whole talk of German doctors and my health is a fiction. Fortunately, in the whole 70 years of my life, God has given me excellent health save for occasional malaria attacks, coughs or mild allergic reactions in the nose. Even today, there are hardly any physical exertions that I cannot undertake except squatting which I find a bit uncomfortable these days.

We, the freedom fighters, who mobilized all the Ugandan communities that we came across, to create the powerful NRA and, later NRM, cannot, even in the state of somnambulism, disapprove of any of our communities because they all helped us to build that strength and we also helped them to get out of the bad times of effuga bi (bad governance).

In December 1978/January 1979, I recruited 200, mainly Bakiga boys, while based at Nyamiyaga Primary School in Tanzania for the anti-Amin struggle.

When we crossed into Uganda, on the 11th of February 1979, I recruited alot of Banyankore boys and girls until the fall of Amin on the 11th of April, 1979. In order to train the 200 at Nyamiyaga, I utilized the skills of the boys from Kaberamaido whom we had trained in Mozambique.

Some of those Banyankore and Bakiga boys of 1978/79, who qualified, went for leadership training at Jinja and Monduli in Tanzania. Many of them are the ones that helped me to start and prosecute the resistance in the Luwero Triangle, starting on the 6th of February, 1981 (Tarehe Sita).

They are the ones that helped me to train a large number of Baganda boys and girls in the Luwero Triangle (i.e. to prosecute the war). Later on, when we had the opportunity, we recruited fighters from the whole country on the quota-basis.

That is how we built the powerful UPDF. We do not look at people’s tribes, religion or sex when we are determining whether they are good or bad. We look at their capabilities. We look at their ideology. We look at their loyalty. Sometimes, we look at their discipline – but the other three take precedence.

The three, to repeat, are: capability, ideology and loyalty. Tribe, religion or sex do not feature in our Minzani (yard- stick, evaluation) of determining who is useful and who is not.

When you hear somebody, claiming to be a leader, talking about tribes, religion, sex (Gender) as yardsticks of determining people’s usefulness, you should know that he/she is a failure and a danger to Africa. He/she is a parasite. He/she is an opportunist.

I described the first group as “Abasiru”, “Abashema” and “Abazigu” (stupid, uninformed and enemies).

I now describe this group as Abatemu, Abanyaanda and Abazigu (criminals, opportunists and enemies). Although, I will not have time to answer much of the nonsense on the social media, when it comes to trying to divide the Ugandans and the Africans in general, I will confront those enemies both verbally and, if necessary, physically. It says, in the Book of Matthew 7:16 that “You will know them by their fruits”. You will know the orientation of all those actors by what they say and do.

Besides, it is only people who have never been involved in armed combat that have the luxury of talking about tribes, religions and sex of people in a derogatory way. In combat, your own very life depends on the actions of your neighbour regardless of his tribe or religion or sex.

How can you afford to be sectarian? In Mbale, on the 22nd of January, 1973, I was saved by a Mugisu boy who gave me information that enabled me to take another route. Treat with contempt those who talk about tribes, religion and gender as a way of judging who is good and who is bad.

If the letter is forgery, how did what appears to be my signature get to the document? Certainly, not through me. I have been told by Police that there are techniques of forging signatures or transferring signatures from one document to another one. The Police will get to the bottom of it.

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Gen (rtd)

PRESIDENTIAL OF THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA

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