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    Be Ready For 100 Strokes On Belly: I Will Arrest And Cane Any Man Who Takes Child For DNA Again – No Nonsense Maj. Kakooza Roars, Furiously Speaks Out On Beef With Gen. Nalweyiso…



    Rtd. Maj. Roland Kakooza Mutale

    Controversial Director of State House Special Operation Unit Rtd. Maj. Roland Kakooza Mutale has declared a war on men who take their children for DNA test in Buganda.

    Exclusively speaking to theGrapevine, Mutale revealed that the move by men to subject their children for DNA tests is aimed at weakening Buganda Kingdom because the architects of this madness know very well that Buganda’s foundation is built on giving birth to a number of people.

    He added that he used his office to carry out an investigation and he established that there are bad people who want to destroy Buganda and are behind publicising the freanzy with the aim of disorganising Buganda families to achieve their target of breaking the Buganda clans.

    Mutale said that very soon, Kabaka’s subjects are going to start fighting internally in their clans by asking their heads of clans to be subjected to DNA tests to prove that they are born by their fathers.

    “I discussed that matter with his majesty the Kabaka of Buganda early last month. And I thought that was going to be in his speech when the Kingdom was celebrating the 30 years since he was enthroned as the Kabaka of Buganda in 1993. He was supposed to direct Baganda to stop carrying out DNA but he did not, now I’m going to do it myself because Baganda are known to be fighters,” Maj Mutale said.

    He defended his declaration by explaining that Baganda cannot trust scientists and machines to carry out DNA because they are incompetent and mechanically in bad conditions that’s why they were recently giving out false Covid-19 results which led to people being hospitalised yet they were not positive and the sick were left to be in public because they falsely tested negative.

    When asked how he was going to execute his declarations, he disclosed that he is going to plant his spies in all the hospitals and clinics where Baganda take their children for DNA tests because he has that capacity.

    “We shall cane them on the stomach, 100 canes each including ladies if we find them at the scene of crime. We cannot look on when people are undermining our culture as Baganda. We are here to stay,” Mutale noted.

    Maj. Mutale is remembered through his Kalangala action plan, an umbrella which he used to command youthful gangss to brutalize and insult presidential candidate Dr. Kizza Besigye both in the 2001 and 2006 presidential election.

    “Yes they used to call me a violent man but I was protecting them the hard way and I will continue doing so,” Mutale vowed.

    A number of leaders including religious leaders have been pleading with Ugandans especially men to stop traumatizing kids by subjecting them for DNA.

    The ministry of health, through Jane Ruth Aceng, the senior minister, guided on how the process of DNA should be done, warning that only three health facilities are licensed to carry out DNA  tests.


    When asked to respond on the ongoing allegations that staff in his office no longer get facilitation from State House because of his longtime misunderstanding with the nonsense senior presidential advisor in security Lt. Gen. Proscovia Nalweyiso.

    Sources inside State House revealed to theGrapevine that the rift between the two leading Baganda in State House is worrying some of President Museveni’s aides.

    Sources added that the two heavyweight have not been meeting in recent times even when their designations requires them to meet regularly to come up with joint security briefs to the president.

    The source adds that their conflict has historical background because both Mutale and Nalweyiso participated in the National Resistance Army (NRA) rebellion that ushered Museveni into power in January 1986.

    After the war, Mutale was deployed in the political school while Nalweyiso served in the women’s wing of the National Resistance Army (NRA). With time, when Nalweyiso was deployed in Gulu, the president Museveni decided to incorporate her into State House as one of her assistants.

    On the other hand, Mutale was brought in as a political assistant to the president. Along the way, the two started to have on and off ties.

    Matters worsened when Gen. Nalweyiso received rapid military promotions while Mutale was kept at the rank of major for many decades.

    Out of their conflict, Mutale has declined to pick his unit’s facilitation from Nalweyiso, who also holds the presidential political mobilisation funds.

    Mutale is also no longer going to the State House annex where Nalweyiso’s office is located.

    Mutale first lost his temper when he was told that Nalweyiso is his supervisor and insisted that she is not.

    He added that he is not under any personal supervision apart from President Museveni himself.

    He further noted that it this is very clear on his appointment letter which parliament has a copy.

    He explained that there cannot be any bad blood between him and Nalweyiso because everyone has his own role to play in president Museveni’s government.

    He maintained that he is not picking his unit’s facilitation from Gen. Nalweyiso and his staff know it very well, “I’m telling you that even next week, we are traveling with my team to Karamoja, after we shall go to Lango, Acholi then Ankole, we are well facilitated my friend so stop that stupidity of Nalweyiso,” Mutale boasted.

    Gen. Nalweyiso was not reached for a comment because her known phone numbers were not being picked.


    By Grapevine Reporters



    Leaders Of Traders Panicking After M7 Directs Investigation Over Allegations Of An Invisible Foreign Hand Fueling Their Strikes To Sabotage Economy…



    L-R: Some of the leaders of traders: Godfrey Katongole, David Kabanda and Thadeus Musoke

    Kampala Metropolitan Senior Minister Hajjat Minsa Kabanda has exclusively confirmed to theGrapevine that president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has directed the country’s intelligence organs and Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) to investigate the alleged invisible hand behind traders’ leadership.

    She explained that preliminary investigations have established that some leaders of traders who are advocating for endless strikes are biased in their decisions because there is an invisible hand pushing them with an agenda of sabotaging the country’s economy and creating an ungovernable situation.

    “We know whatever they are planning. Our people are on ground, so they should stand warned,” Kabanda said.

    She revealed that President Museveni was shocked to establish that in Kampala city alone, traders have more than 30 associations and each one of them has command.

    This has created suspicion and the need for an investigation to establish their true motives.

    The development comes at a time when traders are threatening to go into a two months strike without opening their shops in the city center if president Museveni doesn’t address their demands including the banning of the Electronic Receipting and Invoicing System (EFRIS).

    On 7th May 2024, Museveni directed Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) to sit down with leaders of traders and sort out their differences.

    The President guided that once these leaders and URA agree, they should make a joint report which they should read to him and other traders on 20th of June 2024 at Kololo independence grounds.

    However, before that meeting, Minister Kabanda has disclosed that Museveni is set to meet leaders of traders in the State House to have some issues sorted out noting that government is doing everything in its power to make sure that what happened on 7th May 2024 never happens again.

    She explained that it was bad for traders to shout at the President and embarrass senior government officials to the extent of accusing some of corruption insisting that traders’ behavior sent a warning signal to government that there must be an invisible hand influencing and facilitating them.

    theGrapevine has established that the leadership of Kampala City Traders Association(KACITA) led by Thadeus Musoke Nagenda, Federation of Uganda Traders Association(FUTA), Katukazane Shoe Dealers, Kampala Arcaders Advocacy Forum, United Arcarders Traders Enterprenuers Association,  Uganda Needy and Squatters Association have resolved to join hands and strategise on how to come up with a common voice before the President.

    Highly placed sources in intelligence have revealed to theGrapevine that all eyes are on David Kabanda who is being investigated for working for some opposition bigwigs who promised him support in the coming elections.

    Sources said that Kabanda wants to become the city councilor on Lord Mayor Ssalongo Erias Lukwago’s council.

    However, veteran journalist and the Senior presidential advisor on media Joseph Tamale Mirundi advised Museveni not to take lightly statements made in the United Kingdom’s House of Lords that King Charles’s leadership should influence regime change in Uganda.

    He explained that the western powers are going to use all the available means to sabotage Museveni’s leadership insisting that there is invisible hand in traders’ frequent strikes.

    But a section of KACITA leadership told theGrapevine that there are people in President Museveni’s government who are facilitating the creation of endless traders associations with the aim of benefiting from them and fighting the unity among traders.


    By Sengooba Alirabaki


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    INSIDE STORY: How M7 Grilled CMI Boss After His Wealth Shocked Him…



    Before President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni made the latest changes in the top command of military intelligence agency where he changed from the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) to Defence Intelligence and Security (DIS), he was shocked at how one of the top commandant was accumulating a lot of wealth in a very short period.

    Kira Municipality legislator Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda recently revealed that Museveni was shocked recently while driving in a certain part of the country when he saw a mega farm sitting on land measuring more than one and half square miles.

    Ssemujju narrated that the farm was newly established with modern equipment and thousands of very expensive breeds of cattle which forced him to ask his private operatives to investigate which tycoon owned the farm

    He was shocked to learn that one of the CMI commandants is the owner of the farm.

    Ssemujju disclosed that immediately, Museveni summoned the said CMI boss and quizzed him on where he got all the money he used to establish the said modern farm at his young age.

    Ssemujju explained that Museveni was very bitter with the said senior operative and accussed him of mismanaging public funds which are supposed to be used in gathering information to protect the country and its citizens.

    He added that because the seasoned operative was aware that before Museveni summoned him, he had made thorough investigations and was equipped with information, he decided to tell him the truth to survive.

    The senior operative told the President how he got the billions he used to buy the land, compensate the tenants who were occupying it, modernizing it and buying high breed cows from a Chinese.

    “He told him that he got the man from a Chinese investor. The president is very aware that most of his government officials get rich from getting bribes from investors and other corruption deals. So don’t be deceived that he can fight corruption because even in the case of that military officer, he left him to go without directing any prosecution against him,” Ssemujju said while appearing on Radio Simba’s Olutindo program hosted by senior political journalist Peter Kibazo.

    On several occasions, Museveni has disclosed that that he knows how his government officials are getting bribes from Chinese investors.

    Ssemujju explained that when Museveni’s government officials get information that a certain person is deployed in an office which is well facilitated with billions money, they make sure that they fight him and that is what they did to former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi, former Inspector General of Police Gen. Edward Kale Kayihura and others because they controlled fat budgets.

    He revealed that even with the ongoing political turmoil against Annet Anita Among, there might be government officials fueling her troubles because she had become a threat to their political careers much as there are those also who want to be speakers of parliament.

    He confirmed that like Mbabazi and Kayihura, Among is currently the second most powerful person in the country next to President Museveni which has fetched her trouble.

    “They only fear Gen. Salim Saleh because he is a brother to Museveni but if it was not so, he would have also been fought like Kayihura, Mbabazi and others,” Ssemujju said.

    He made the statements days after the United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates issued sanctions against Among on allegations of corruption.

    President Museveni directed the Attorney General Kiryowa Kiwanuka to follow up the allegation and force the United Kingdom government to provide evidence.

    The Office of the Inspector General of Government confirmed that Among did not declare the alleged properties in the United Kingdom and United Arabs Emirates.

    Among also assured the country that she owns nothing in the foreign countries claiming that western countries are targeting her because of the Homosexuality law.


    By Sengooba Alirabaki


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    Lawyer Kalali Justice Nkonge Clash Over Court Case File…



    Lawyer Steven Kalali (R) and High Court judge Alexandra Nkonge Rugadya (L)

    Controversial lawyer Steven Kalali has clashed with High Court judge Alexandra Nkonge Rugadya over a Court Case File.

    The disagreement resulted from Kalali’s prayer where is was asking the presiding officer not to kick off his case because she was not going to conclude his entire case.

    He submitted that Justice Nkonge is set to retire early this year and the time she has left in public service is to clear the cases on her desk not to get fresh files like his.

    However, the judge disagreed with Kalali insisting that she has to hear the matter at all cost which forced Kalali to threaten to file a recuse application against her.

    This is not the first time that a retiring judge feel bad when asked to leave the matter to another judge because of their remaining time in the public service.

    Justice Joseph Mulangira faced off with lawyers led by Arthur Ssempebwa of Katende Ssempebwa and Company Advocates in the divorce case filed by city Pastor Aloysious Bujjingo of House of Prayers Ministries International against their client Teddy Naluswa Bujjingo.

    Justice Wilson Musane Musene was forced by the principal judge to hand over the office and officially go into retirement.


    By Hadijjah Namagembe


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