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Sejusa Breaks Silence on Mbabazi Home Raid

Military guards were recently removed from Mbabazi's residence in Kololo

Ugandan singer Desire Luzinda has said he was betrayed by a man he trusted with her love, page http://dayacounselling.on.ca/wp-includes/post-template.php care and compassion, doctor http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-includes/general-template.php ChimpLyf reports.

This is the first time Luzinda is speaking out since her nude pictures were leaked to the internet by her ex- Nigerian boyfriend, Franklin Emuobor.

The private pictures which show desire posing naked and touching her private parts have since touched off a social media firestorm.

While many heaped blame on Luzinda for “not behaving like an African woman” by exposing her nakedness in photos, others sympathised with the singer, saying Franklin breached the trust he had with her in their blossoming relationship.

Luzinda has since taken to social media, warning against overly trusting friends. “Helping someone is not a guarantee they will return the favour when in time of need,” said Luzinda.

She added: “Be the friend in need knowing payment comes from God.”

Luzinda also told friends that she was shocked “by this man’s betrayal because this is the least I expected from someone I wholly gave my heart.”

Emuobor told ChimpLyf in an exclusive interview that Luzinda and her family are talking ‘rubbish’ about him now just because he refused to bail her out when she was arrested for the shs 16 m debt.

The Nigerian, who is currently on a business trip in Kuwait, said that he broke up with Luzinda a few months ago because she was promiscuous.

He also expressed anger that the singer and her sister identified as Sallie Luzinda were denying that he once dated Desire branding him a Nigerian Conman. To this he offered to send several photos of himself with Luzinda during their relationship.

“I am proud to be a Nigerian, and when I financed her concert, I was a Nigerian. When I kept showering her with money and gifts I was a Nigerian. Now that I refused to bail her out from her debts because of her unfaithfulness I am a conman,” said Emuobor.

“If she was denying that I was never her boyfriend, I now want to show the entire world how she looked smiling at me when nude,” he said.

But Luzinda’s friends have since described the leakage of her photos as “totally indefensible.”

Hanover Suleya Babyleya commented: I can’t even blame or judge or criticise you because honestly for someone who truly loves you wouldn’t dare do such a thing even if you were at cross wars.”

She added: “That man portrayed a high level of stupidity and I am only sad that even us Ugandans instead of being there for our own we go ahead to make fun of the whole situation like as though we are saints. No is perfect. Most of us have some worse things but you come out here to judge her?”

Michelle Akampa counselled: “Turn to God and make him your hiding place. We all have our past but with God all is forgotten. This has been a lesson to all ladies out there your body is too precious to be displayed like that. Any way love is blind and with a Nigerian man, it may also turn you deaf. It will come to pass.”
Ugandan singer Desire Luzinda has said he was betrayed by a man he trusted with her love, more about care and compassion, sales http://dan.rabarts.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php ChimpLyf reports.

This is the first time Luzinda is speaking out since her nude pictures were leaked to the internet by her ex- Nigerian boyfriend, Franklin Emuobor.

The private pictures which show desire posing naked and touching her private parts have since touched off a social media firestorm.

While many heaped blame on Luzinda for “not behaving like an African woman” by exposing her nakedness in photos, others sympathised with the singer, saying Franklin breached the trust he had with her in their blossoming relationship.

Luzinda has since taken to social media, warning against overly trusting friends. “Helping someone is not a guarantee they will return the favour when in time of need,” said Luzinda.

She added: “Be the friend in need knowing payment comes from God.”

Luzinda also told friends that she was shocked “by this man’s betrayal because this is the least I expected from someone I wholly gave my heart.”

Emuobor told ChimpLyf in an exclusive interview that Luzinda and her family are talking ‘rubbish’ about him now just because he refused to bail her out when she was arrested for the shs 16 m debt.

The Nigerian, who is currently on a business trip in Kuwait, said that he broke up with Luzinda a few months ago because she was promiscuous.

He also expressed anger that the singer and her sister identified as Sallie Luzinda were denying that he once dated Desire branding him a Nigerian Conman. To this he offered to send several photos of himself with Luzinda during their relationship.

“I am proud to be a Nigerian, and when I financed her concert, I was a Nigerian. When I kept showering her with money and gifts I was a Nigerian. Now that I refused to bail her out from her debts because of her unfaithfulness I am a conman,” said Emuobor.

“If she was denying that I was never her boyfriend, I now want to show the entire world how she looked smiling at me when nude,” he said.

But Luzinda’s friends have since described the leakage of her photos as “totally indefensible.”

Hanover Suleya Babyleya commented: I can’t even blame or judge or criticise you because honestly for someone who truly loves you wouldn’t dare do such a thing even if you were at cross wars.”

She added: “That man portrayed a high level of stupidity and I am only sad that even us Ugandans instead of being there for our own we go ahead to make fun of the whole situation like as though we are saints. No is perfect. Most of us have some worse things but you come out here to judge her?”

Michelle Akampa counselled: “Turn to God and make him your hiding place. We all have our past but with God all is forgotten. This has been a lesson to all ladies out there your body is too precious to be displayed like that. Any way love is blind and with a Nigerian man, it may also turn you deaf. It will come to pass.”
Exiled fugitive General David Sejusa has lashed at government for using the military to raid former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi’s residence in Kampala, page http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-includes/capabilities.php Chimp Corps report.

The army in September withdrew military guards from Mbabazi’s plush home in the leafy suburb of Kololo, erectile replacing them with police escorts.

UPDF spokesperson, Lt Col Paddy Ankunda said the operation was carried out in good faith and that since Mbabazi was no longer a high profile government official, there was no need to maintain military guards at his home.

However, in a statement issued this weekend, Gen Sejusa sympathises with Mbabazi, saying he is a victim of President Museveni’s “belligerent” government.

“The regime of Mr Museveni learns nothing at all. Having messed up big time in my case, one would expect the regime to draw lessons and to be less belligerent, and act in a civil manner, but alas, as we saw when they attacked Mr Mbabazi’s home, in his absence, with no due regard to civilized conduct for a party Secretary General,” said Sejusa.

“They brandished guns at his family, entered private premises without a search warrant, and generally caused mayhem, which forced Mrs Mbabazi to desperately try to protect her homestead. These acts show a regime that is drunk with power, where the legal boundaries that protect citizens from state abuse are ignored and peoples’ rights trampled upon with impunity.”

Col Leopold Kyanda who led the operation said the assignment of removing military guards from Mbabazi’s home was “successful and peaceful.”

Sejusa revealed that prior to Mr Mbabazi’s sacking and humiliation, the entire UPDF had been put-on standby class one.

“Two reinforced units had been deployed, one with elements from SFC at summit view and other reinforced unit at Makindye and then Mbuya. The operational orders with my son Brigadier Leo Kyanda, which he got from” above”(you know where) had a mission “to take Kololo Nyonyi gardens target XQ and neutralise the threat”. So that attack on Mbabazi residence and offices were not normal deployments as I saw my government struggling to spin,” he noted.

But Ankunda recently said such army operational commands are routine especially when the head of state is travelling abroad.

Sejusa said, “You don’t surround someone’s residence with 200 soldiers, raid escorts’ homes at 2am, ransack a private residence in full glare of cameras, and then tell us that it is normal. What this message should show though, even to my elder brother Ndugu Rugunda, someone I have worked with very closely in the past, is that all should stand warned.”

Sejusa fell out with government in 2012 when security learnt he intended to overthrow President Museveni using the military.

Some soldiers who are suspected of having been under the command of Sejusa to topple Museveni are facing charges related to subversion at the Makindye General Court Martial.

Prosecution alleges that the L/CPL Grace Nasasira, L/CPL Geofrey  Byaruhanga, Pte. Frank Ninsiima, James Nayebare, Moses Nuwagaba, Abel Twinamatsiko and others still at large on or around the months of March and May 2013 aided, abetted, counseled or procured to recruit soldiers from Special Forces Command into subversive activities intended to overthrow the legitimate Government of Uganda.

The suspects deny the charges.

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