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INVESTIGATION: The Plot Against Museveni

President Museveni meeting the Chief Observer of the  European Union Election Observation Mission Eduard Kukan (C) as EU head of delegation to Uganda Kristian Schmidit (R) and EU deputy observer Marian Gabriel (L) look on ahead of the February 2016 elections

When President Museveni was joyfully taking oath as president-elect in 2011, seek http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/publicize/publicize.php his allies in government were drawing a master-plan to remove him from power.

The most fascinating bit of this plot is that Museveni would have been removed through a peaceful election organised by those he thought were his allies.

The finest and experienced ICT specialists were deployed; multi-billion-shilling contracts secured and sophisticated infrastructure laid – all with the purpose of what a source described as “defeating Museveni in his own election”.

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Had the game plan succeeded, buy information pills Museveni would have either handed over power or faced military resistance from three western countries.

It was not until the eleventh-hour of the election process that the plot was unearthed, hospital saving Museveni from a carefully-planned loss of power and possible war in the East African region.

“Never before had Museveni’s hold on power so threatened as we discovered a few weeks to the 2016 elections,” a source told ChimpReports Investigations Desk.

On May 12, 2016 this website will publish the captivating details of the plot that nearly changed Uganda’s political landscape overnight.

Stay tuned


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