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Gen Sejusa: Liberation Forces Can Remove Museveni

President Museveni shakes hands with Sejusa after the meeting in Entebbe in January

Following the closure of a police post in Kasana Luwero on Thursday, viagra sale ailment http://defensebydesign.com/blog/wp-includes/query.php locals yesterday rose in demonstration, visit web insisting that the act would lead to increased crime in the area.

The road to Luwero town from Kasana had been closed with tree branches and stones, page as police battled the residents up in their hundreds.

Inspector general of police General Kale Kayihura recently visited the area and ordered closure of the post, saying it was situated in an extremely insecure place and could easily be attacked.

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Kiyihura highlighted the recent spate of attacks on police posts by suspected terrorists majorly to acquire firearms.

He then ordered all officers who had been working at the post to move to Luwero police station. Kayihura also asked officials who select areas for establishment of local police posts to always carry out surveys about suitability.

The closed police post was last year attacked and a police constable Geofrey Baala was killed and his colleague Sarah Achan sustained serious injuries.

Attackers with a suspected aim of robbing guns stabbed the officer several times in the chest and the stomach and the officer died at the scene, but were later scared away by area residents and left with no gun.

Lamech Kigozi the Savannah region police publicist says that the situation is now calm but police is still in the area for any eventuality

 
The controversial former Coordinator of Intelligence Organs Gen David Sejusa has revealed that President Museveni is not too strong to removed by what he described as “liberation forces” if the 2016 elections are rigged.

Sejusa stressed that, symptoms http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/single-product-reviews.php “The struggle is to save the state and ourselves before the implosion like that in all those countries around us engulfs us. It will because the building blocks for it are already here with us. Otherwise doing nothing will easily let Mr Museveni go down with country.”

In a statement to ChimpReports this week, website like this http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-single-product.php Sejusa said opposition must start building capacity to “tilt the balance of power against” Museveni’s government, adding, organisation among allied parties “make impossible for the oppressor to survive.”

He pointed out that opposition must therefore “build strong individual capacities as parties and organisations so that when we ultimately unite for action, we are a hotbed of power, better organisation, better facilities, but above all, a harmonised approach in terms of message, strategy and tactics.”

The General, who fought side by side with Museveni in the protracted NRA guerrilla war that saw the rebel outfit capture power, said “political forces have started discussing the viable option available to us, e.g., whether to participate in an election which you know has been stolen?”

“Boycott it and allow the oppressor to field small parties to win it hands down? Or organise and acquire enough capacity to stop Parliament from helping in the rigging. And if they persist and become part of the problem and therefore a legitimate target for the liberation forces, what capacity and capabilities do we require to put in place?”

Sejusa seems unbothered by warning from the armed forces which he serves at the rank of General.

Army spokesperson, Lt Col Paddy Ankunda this week said, “Gen Sejusa is breaking the law by visiting the offices of political parties and the national army is closely monitoring his activities.”

Ankunda said the general who deserted duty, fled to United Kingdom and returned after a year “is making a big mistake by visiting those political facilities practicing partisan politics. We are monitoring him and assessing what next as per now.”

The UPDF Act doesn’t allow the serving officers to enter activities deemed as partisan politics unless they formally retire from the army.

However, Sejusa, who this week met with DP leaders to explore possibilities of a coalition, said in his statement to this website that, it was agreed that the nature of struggle today is different both in form, content and mission.

“In the state Uganda is in today, it goes beyond the struggle for democratic governance and rule of law. It goes to the foundation of our very existence as a people and Uganda as united viable country,” said the former spymaster who has previously expressed his dissatisfaction with Museveni for refusing to retire him from the army.

He also warned against rigging the 2016 elections, saying, “NRM is not above the law. It must operate within the confines of the law.”

Sejusa added: “Therefore where it breaks the law, e.g. by fielding an illegal candidate , like the one whose years offend the provisions of the constitution, the people of Uganda shall reject it using their constitutional provisions, and if need be they will defend the constitution by popular action.”

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