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    BOBI WINE SPITS VENOM IN NEW DOSSIER: People Power Will Win , They Could Eliminate Some, But They Will Never Eliminate All The People.



    Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has warned that the People Power movement will win even if they eliminate some of its members.

    In a press statement he released this evening after his interview with international media, the legislator says that despite state intimidation and repression, Ugandans have persistently been vocal in saying that the power of the people is more powerful than the people in power. Below is his full statement…

    Friends from around the world,

    I address you all as lovers of peace and compatriots in the struggle for justice, human rights and good governance all over the world. Your response to the events in Uganda these past days has made me believe more than ever that those who believe in the basic dignity of every human being are many more than those who trample upon or rejoice in its violation.

    A few days ago, I released a statement in which I narrated the torture, suffering and indignities that I was subjected to by a section of the Ugandan security forces. I have received numerous messages of support from around the globe. I am eternally grateful for those messages and feel emboldened in our pursuit for better governance in Uganda.

    I am grateful to the medical professionals both in Uganda and here in the United States who have attended to me since my brutalisation. Although my body is still weak and I continue to receive treatment and further diagnosis, my resolve is stronger and my hope for a better and democratic Uganda has never been so high.

    I feel obliged to note that many Ugandans have and continue to go through worse experiences than myself. If they can do such things to members of Parliament and other public figures, we can only imagine what they do to ordinary citizens in their custody away from sight. Many have paid the ultimate price. Like many other political activists in the past, my friend and driver Yasin Kawuma was murdered in cold blood. Shaban Atiku is permanently disabled. Night Asara Eyoru, a young mother who had just had a C-Section, was badly beaten. She appeared in court with a discharge from her private parts and a broken leg. For over four years, Sam Mugumya, a political activist and Dr. Besigye’s former assistant has been languishing in the prisons of DRC. Ugandans watched the images of my bartered and bruised colleague Hon. Zaake Francis in shock. Hon. Mwiru Paul returned to Parliament with a broken arm. Many have been framed with all manner of charges and kept behind bars for years. These are the sufferings those who have dared to stand up for our nation’s redemption have gone through. I am privileged that my brutalization caught the attention of so many, but many more people have had to endure worse experiences and I call upon the world to stand with all of us.

    Today, I called this press conference mostly to appreciate the world for standing with Uganda in this period. I am very grateful that people across continents appreciate the cross roads at which our nation finds itself. While incarcerated in the heart of military facilities, I was unable to appreciate the massive support of our struggle from around the world. Since being released on bail, I have read countless messages of support online and by mail. I am very humbled to see all the support rendered to us from all over the world. I am emboldened by the people of Uganda who have understood our message that power lies with them. Despite state intimidation and repression, they have persistently been vocal in saying that the power of the people is more powerful than the people in power. Our brothers and sisters from fraternal African countries who share our dreams and aspirations- Thank you! From Kenya to Nigeria. From Zambia to South Africa. From Djibouti to South Sudan. From Rwanda to Tanzania. Thank you all.

    The Ugandans living in the diaspora, joined by citizens of those countries have stood with us and we are profoundly grateful. Peaceful protests have been held in USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Germany and China. The message has been uniform- Free Uganda! I therefore appreciate you all and remind you that we have more work to do together. We have already seen that we can achieve a lot when we unite and stand together.

    The next thing I want to talk about today is about our struggle. Many people out there who may not be familiar with our country, may be wondering what we are up to. Some friends as well as some regime apologists in Uganda have been asking me why I do not give up, focus on my music career and earn a salary as a Member of Parliament, and live what they call a comfortable life. My message to them has been that I cannot claim to be free and comfortable when Uganda is not. When our people live in fear. When most of them live below the poverty line and cannot afford a decent meal a day. When the men, women and children of Uganda live under the yoke of repression. I cannot be comfortable until the youth in the ghettos of Kampala are comfortable. That is why we put on the red color- representing the blood which flows in our veins. Because we are one people. We are one Uganda. We believe not only in the freedom of Uganda, but the freedom of all oppressed people all over the world. That is the justification of the struggle we are involved in. We are the people and we believe that we have the power to shape our destiny. That is what the People Power movement is all about.

    People Power is the people. It is not Bobi Wine. It is not about me. I am just a Ugandan like any other. A Ugandan who desires to live in a better country. A Ugandan who has risen from the Ghetto and was very lucky to be elevated by the people to where I am today. And when I speak, their voice is echoed through me.

    People Power is the millions of young Ugandans who have gone to school, spent all their parent’s fortunes to get an education but cannot find employment. They have instead been marginalized in an economy that works for a lucky few.

    People Power are those young people who start primary one each but drop out soon after because of poverty and lack.

    People Power is the 80% of the Ugandan population who have never seen another president in their lifetime. The young professionals- doctors, lawyers, teachers, engineers, etc. They are frustrated by the system, but their demands for a peaceful transition have always been met with brutal force from the state.

    People Power is the Ugandan people who have been yearning for democracy for decades. They know that they got a raw deal under the different regimes after independence and have been longing for the day they will be in charge of their country.

    People Power are the youth in the ghettos of Kampala. Year in year out, they have been promised a better life, and yet year in year out their lives have only gone from bad to worse. Struggle is their life. People Power are the boda boda riders and taxi drivers.

    People Power is the millions of struggling poor women who live in our villages struggling to make ends meet. When their children fall sick, they do not find drugs in government hospitals. Some have mobilized themselves in small groups and have to contribute small monies to support each other in times of calamity. Hoping against hope every day for a better day.

    People Power is the ordinary citizen of Uganda who works so hard but does not earn enough from their sweat. The government instead imposes new taxes on them every day that passes. And the taxes collected are used to satisfy the greed of the few.

    People Power is the religious leaders under their umbrella Inter-religious Council of Uganda, who have been calling for a peaceful transition. The government has responded by rudely sending them back to the pulpit to preach about people’s spiritual and not physical needs.

    People Power are the elders such as Justice James Ogoola, Maggie Kigozi and John Nagenda who have been calling for deep reflection about the past and the future of our nation.

    People Power are the journalists who want to tell the story but are subjected to blatant brutality by the police and other security agencies. They want a country where they can practice their calling without intimidation.

    People Power are the thousands of Ugandans in Northern and Eastern Uganda who were displaced by war and violence. For most of them, their future was completely shattered even as they struggle to redefine it and the present conditions will not let them.

    People Power are the artistes, comedians and other entertainers who are saying enough to oppression, suppression and exploitation.

    People Power are the soldiers and police officers who have had the honor of putting on the Ugandan uniform with our badge. Those thousands who keep awake at night to keep our nation safe and yet earn peanuts at the end of the month. Every once in a while they are given orders to torture and harm those who they are meant to protect. They too are People Power because they have the same blood as the rest of us.

    People Power are the millions of other young Africans living on the continent and the thousands who are scattered in other continents to look for opportunities which their own mother land could not give them because of bad governance. When you hear me speak therefore, you are listening to millions of voices crying for freedom and justice.
    I therefore speak for those people. I say on their behalf that People Power is stronger. It will win in the end. They could eliminate some, but they will never eliminate all the people.

    And what do we hope to achieve? Our hope is to build a new Uganda. We hope to build a country which works for everyone. Where opportunities come to all regardless of their history. Where unity reigns and we no longer live in a deeply divided nation. And yes, where a former president can live peacefully in the country without any fear. This is what we the people of Uganda are working for. Uganda is not looking for another strong man. It is looking for the People themselves reigning supreme. Where leaders are true servants of the people and not vice versa.

    We are not giving up. We are not relenting. We understand the challenges which lie ahead, but we know that in the end the people shall win.

    Therefore I call upon the world to stand in solidarity with us and with those who have paid the price working for a better country. We are grateful for the help we have for many years received from development partners. You have supported our efforts to end the HIV/AIDs scourge and you have supported our education. You have supported our troops at home and abroad. Thank you for standing with Uganda. The time is now to associate with the hopes and aspirations of the people of Uganda. To identify with the oppressed and not the oppressors. The choice is clear.

    Hon. Kyagulanyi Ssentamu Robert Bobi Wine



    FEAR WOMEN! M7 Minister’s Marriage On Verge Of Collapse After Wife Was Recorded Discussing How He Bewitched Him Using Her Pubic and Nails To Curb His Sexual Apatite, Another NRM Top Boss Who Has 20 Women Put In Mix…



    Men in Kiruhura district and the entire Ankole Sub Region are panicking and pleading with their girls of the soil not to resort to witchcraft as medicine to tame their partners’ sexual appetite.

    The vice which can lead to sexually transmitted infections and diseases like cancer in men resulted from a phone audio recording where one of the girls of the soil who is married to a top junior minister in president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s government was discussing with her mother on how to execute the advice from the witch doctor to feed the minister with her pubic hair and nails.

    In the recording, the soft spoken young lady was heard briefing her mother in Runyankole language on her recent travel to Iganga in Busoga where she went to see the witch doctor who gave her medicine to work on his man who she branded as a womanizer.

    In the phone call, the woman revealed that her journey to Iganga kicked off early in the morning and she was driven in a posh car by a close relative who picked her at Lugongo, a long Kampala-Jinja road.

    “Mummy the journey was tiresome but it seems that man works because immediately when I entered his shrine, he explained to me all my personal details from my childhood and why I was before him,” the minister’s wife narrated as mother assured her of how powerful the witchdoctor is.

    She further revealed to mother how she paniced when the witch doctor directed her to remove all her clothes. She narrated that thought that he was going to rape her because they were only two in the shrine, but she accepted because she needed his services.

    The minister’s wife further narrated that dressed in backcloths, the witch doctor started checking in his old polythene bags.

    He removed some voodoo things and tied them in small clothes after mixing them with his saliva. He picked a razor blade and he started making small cutting on her body while smearing the voodoo mixer on the wounds ritualistically.

    Surprisingly, her private parts were not also spared.

    “I feel a lot of itching when the herbs mixed with the blood inside my body and he told me to be strong because we had just started the rituals. He also told me that the war is not easy because the man has also gagged himself spiritually,” she said.

    She further explained that he performed other rituals on her and gave her some herbs to swallow. After, she told her to give him Shs500 shillings so that he can buy a new razor blade.

    She narrated that because she did not have any money on her, she moved out of the shrine and picked the money from her relative who was seated in the car.

    Upon returning to the shrine, the witch doctor insisted that the money should be hers because the rituals he was performing were for her.

    She remained in the shrine naked, until the witch doctor come back, gave her a razor blade and directed her to cut her pubic hair and nails and after give them to him.

    As she was performing the rite (of cutting the pubs and nails), the witchdoctor moved out and came back to the shrine with burning charcoal. He asked her for the pubic hair and nails and started burning them together.

    After, he collected the ashes, put them in a cloth and directed her to put on her clothes. He them gave the ashes to her and directed her to make sure that she mixes them in the minister’s food and drinks before going to work and do the same thing when he comes back in the evening.

    “He is done, I’m telling you mummy,” she boasted on the phone.

    In 2021 the minister was introduced to his wife’s parents in Kiruhura but they later had a misunderstanding after she got information that he had other women with children including two who dragged him to police and court for neglecting them.

    He used his influence in government to strangle the cases but he learnt his lesson and he is now taking care of them.

    The Minister’s wife feels his marriage is threatened because of the many mistresses he has and he always travels with one of them whenever he travels abroad.

    The official wife and her mother were badly condemned on different WhatsApp groups for resorting to witchcraft yet their family is a known religious family in the area.

    The mother always prayed to God to help her daughter so that the rituals work which kept people were wondering why she didn’t advise her daughter to pray to God instead of going into witchcraft.

    However, the wife’s friend who is also a wife to a top officer in the ministry of defense, blasted them and praised the old woman for helping her daughter fight to save her marriage.

    She blasted one of the woman who is alleged to be a mistress to a top official at the NRM Secretariat who hired IT experts to hack and tap the minister’s wife’s phone and she is the one who is circulating the controversial audio conversation on different WhatsApp groups.

    “That mistress will pay for it I’m telling you. She was a mistress to the minister, he left her and moved in with another woman because she was playing him with that NRM top boss. She still wanted to play the minister with other UPDF Generals and wanted to fail my friend’s marriage. You people, everyone here has privacy and people are doing more deadly and dangerous things to protect their marriages so stop attacking her,” she said.

    She further revealed that the said mistresses also hacked into the phone of another top boss in NRM. She rallied her colleagues to gang up and deal seriously with her to save other people’s marriages.

    She also disclosed that the NRM top boss has over 27 girlfriends and 10 of them have kids yet the official wife resides in Makindye Division a Kampala suburb.

    theGrapevine has established that since the audio went viral, the minister is very confused and his relatives who objected to his marriage to the bewitching woman because she is not his tribes mate are advising him to divorce her.

    Others are comforting him that such things always happen in marriage and he should deal with it like a real man.

    The youthful minister according to sources is under pressure to take a strong decision which is likely to affect his political career because he married the Munyankole woman to be connected to members of the deep state from Ankole Sub Region.

    “I do not think he will leave the woman, she is very connected and he always uses her to score political goals including getting connections and deals from members of the first family,” a friend to a minister told theGrapevine.


    By Sengooba Alirabaki


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    OPINION: Security Of Tenure Is Crucial For Uganda’s Economic Development – Minister…



    Absence of title is at the root of tenure insecurity and was responsible for the near grinding to a halt of the colonial economy when the bibanja holders refused to grow cash crops until the security of tenure on the land they occupied was guaranteed.

    The colonial administration in a report to the secretary of state for colonies stated that the boycott by the bibanja holders had engineered rural unrest and discontent which undermined the production of export crops and diminished the colonial state’s revenue.

    Succumbing to the boycott pressure, the colonial administration put in place the Busulu and Envujo Law enacted in 1928. The law assured bibanja holders security in the occupation of their plots and freed them from the fear of arbitrary eviction.

    In a study published in 1953 Mukwaya showed that in over 400 land cases he examined, there was no case of illegal evictions. All the cases involved, inter alia, minor boundary disputes and succession related issues. He posited that: “it is rare for courts to grant orders of eviction against tenants who fail to pay busulu or envujo. Any dues in arrears are legally considered civil debts, which are recoverable in the usual manner”.

    This security of tenure which continued into the 1960s and early 1970s created an enabling atmosphere leading to a production boom and eventually an economic boom which secured Uganda a placing among the World’s top 10 producers of quality coffee, cotton and other produce.  The Coffee Marketing Board, Lint Marketing Board and Produce Marketing Board were put in place to handle the marketing of the boom production.

    Unfortunately the 1975 Land Reform Decree abolished the security of tenure of bibanja holders rendering them mere tenants at sufferance back to the pre-1928 tenure insecurity status.

    This was the position of law when the 1995 constitution was enacted. Unfortunately the constitution only provided for security of occupancy in Article 237 (8) for bibanja holders and left the issue of titling to the Parliament which under Article 237 (9) was to do this within 2years of its first sitting.

    Unfortunately the legislation to be enacted by Parliament within 2years after its first sitting as envisaged under Article 237 (9) was never actualized. The 1998 Land Act was not the legislation that the constitution envisaged.

    The background to the envisaged law is Article 237 (1) which provides that land belongs to the citizens of Uganda and vests in them in accordance with the land tenure systems provided for in the constitution.

    Article 237 (3) provides four tenure systems namely; customary, freehold, mailo, and leasehold. When Article 237 (4) and (5) is analyzed, they all end up as freehold.

    Tenures freehold and mailo are already freehold. These tenures are the registrable interest in land. Under section 237 (9) (b) Parliament was to make law providing for the acquisition of registrable interest as title by bibanja holders. This registrable interest would be freehold title since all the four tenures in Article 237 (3) end up as freehold.

    Failure to enact this law leaves bibanja holders without any land vesting into them as per Article 237 (1) of the constitution thus constitutionally discriminated against other Ugandans who are titled.

    There was no reason for Parliament not to have enacted a law providing bibanja holders with titles. There was already a precedent for this when the 1967 constitution transferred public land from federal and District Boards as previously prescribed in the 1962 constitution to the Uganda Land Commission. In that case the 1969 Public Lands Act operationalizing the 1967 Constitutional granted customary occupants (bibanja) a right to a leasehold title over the land they occupied.

    Consequently Parliament would have found guidance in the 1969 Public Lands Act and provided for the kibanja occupants to be granted a legal title to their plots. The kibanja holder would have his kibanja converted to a freehold title.

    It cannot be over emphasized that the 1969 Public Land Act provided a good starting point where an occupancy holding was converted directly from customary tenure to leasehold title. Therefore the mandate of Parliament under Article 237 (9) to enact a law providing for the acquisition of registrable interest to the bibanja they occupied was clearly practical and not without precedent. Moreover Article 237 (5) and section 28 of the Land Act 1998 allows for the customary leases converted and granted to a citizen of Uganda out of public land to be turned into freehold.

    Delay to enact a law giving bibanja holders titles is at the root of the systematic risk associated with tenure insecurity in the Uganda land market. Ugandans who are owners of untitled bibanja in the same location cannot sell for the same amount like their fellow Ugandans who are in the same location but titled. This creates a state of disequilibrium among Ugandans.

    Failure to get rid of the untitled bibanja insecurity is a trap on the road to Uganda’s development. The answer is a single freehold titled tenure security for all Ugandans in perpetuity.


    Dr. Sam Mayanja


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    CRY TAXPAYER CRY: More Questions As Kasaija’s Finance Ministry Awards Chief Justice Dollo, Deputy Butera, And Principal Judge Dr. Zeija Billions Of Money: Unmasking How Top Gov’t Officials Are Set To Share Shs162bn In Cash Donations…



    Finance Minister Matia Kasaija. Inset is Nambooze (L) and Hon. Ssemujju (R)

    Maverick Mukono Municipality legislator who also doubles as the opposition Internal Affairs Shadow minister Betty Nambooze Bakireke and controversial senior presidential advisor on media Joseph Tamale Mirundi have placed Matia Kasaija the senior minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and his experts who include the Secretary to Treasury Ramathan Ggobi on spot to explain why they have allocated Shs1.8bn in the coming financial year 2024-25 to Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo, Shs.1.4bn to his Deputy Richard Butera and Shs1.2bn to the Principal Judge Dr. Flavian Zeija as donations.

    Both celebrated veteran journalists revealed that Ugandans are spending a lot of money on Chief Justice Dollo and other Judicial Officers to the extent that even in retirement they are going to look after them by paying them the full salary equal to that of those still serving in their respective offices, pay for their medical bills and other juicy allowances; and as if that is not enough, they are now adding another burden of giving them billions of shillings as donations.

    “Will Dollo and those Judicial Officers donate the billions of money allocated to him by Kasaija to clerks in the judiciary or his security team? Ugandans are tired of this luxurious spending. Now traders in Kampala city, the heart of the economy, are on strike because of the high taxes but government officials are still squeezing them,” Nambooze said.

    She further disclosed that Shs2.4bn was allocated to the Parliamentary Commission and predicted that other parliamentary commissioners are going to also receive Service Awards similar to that of former Leader of Opposition in Parliament Mathias Mpuuga Nsamba who was given Shs500m.

    When Lwemiyaga county legislator Theodore Ssekikubo tried to table the matter on the floor of parliament this week, Speaker Among blasted him for speaking nonsense.

    However, Speaker Among was defended by Mirundi who noted that she should not be harassed because most government officials are given billions of money to be spend as donations.

    In his alternative budget 2024-25, shadow minister for Finance, Planning and Economic Development who also doubles as Kira Municipality legislator Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda said that the government has budgeted for Shs162bn as donations in the 2024/25 budget.

    He explained that more than half of the said money is under the residence of the President who will spend Shs77bn on community outreach programmes under the vote of item (description) donation.

    His residence will donate another Shs59bn in what is termed as presidential initiatives bringing the total donations at his residence to Shs138bn.

    Ssemujju said Museveni will spend Shs.4.2bn under his office on donations.

    Ssemujju’s alternative budget also revealed that Chris Obore, parliament’s Director for Public Relations, will spend Shs 4.9bn in donations.

    Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja’s office will spend Shs 3.7bn as donation.

    The Office of the Speaker of Parliament will spend Shs2.4bn and her deputy Thomas Tayebwa will spend Shs 1.8bn in donations.

    The government chief whip Obua Denis’s office will spend Shs1.8bn.

    Presidential Office for Mobilization and Security Services which is responsible for supervision and monitoring of field offices allocated with Shs4.2bn, Parliamentary Commission Office of the Speaker Administrative and support services Shs2.4bn, National Council of Sports Sports/Technical Talent Identification and Development was allocated with Shs2.2bn for donation.

    The office of the Prime Minister Executive Governance Government Chief Whip Shs1.8bn, Parliamentary Commission Office of the Deputy Speaker Administrative and Support Services Shs1.8bn, Justice Kasule Lumumba’s Office of the Prime Minister Executive Governance General Duties was given Shs9.5bn for donation.

    Vice president Jessica Alupo’s Office was given Shs7.1bn, Uganda Blood Transfusion Service Blood Donation Blood Collection was given Shs535,186,000.00, Parliamentary Commission Parliamentary Commission Secretariat Leadership and Management Shs4.8bn, Gen. Moses Ali’s Office of the Prime Minister Executive Governance 2nd Deputy Prime Minister  was given Shs200,000,000, Judiciary Chambers of the Chief Justice Dollo’s Leadership and Management was given Shs1.8bn,  Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga’s Office of the Prime Minister Executive Governance 1st Deputy Prime Minister Shs1.5bn.

    Rukia Nakadama’s Office of the Prime Minister Executive Governance 3rd Deputy Prime Minister Shs1.5bn.

    Justice Butera’s Judiciary Chambers of the Deputy Chief Justice Leadership and Management given Shs1.4bn.

    Dr. Dorothy Kisaka’s Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Administration and Human Resource Administrative and Support Services allocated Shs1.2bn.

    Principal Judge Dr Zeija ‘s Judiciary Chambers of the Principal Judge Leadership and Management given Shs1.2bn.

    The newly reappointed Prisons Commissioner General Dr. Johnson Byabashaija’s Uganda Prisons Service Finance and Administration Leadership and Management was given Shs95,000,000, Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Tourism Research Shs.63,000,000, National Population Council Family Health Reproductive and Infant Health Services Shs58,000,000, National Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board Research and Planning Research and Advocacy Shs50,000,000.

    Again Kadaga’s Ministry of East African Community Affairs Finance and Administration Administrative and Support Services given Shs40,000,000, Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Kastgazi Tumusiime’s police Force Command and Control Strategic Command and Policy Guidance Shs35,709,195, Uganda Management Corporate Office Administrative and Shs30,043,000.

    Again Kisaka’s Institute Support Services Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive support Administrative and Support Services was given Shs.25,000,000.00m, Inspectorate of Government (IG) Finance and Administration Support services Shs.20,800,000, Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) Finance and Administration Communication and Public Relations Shs.19,000,000, National Forestry Authority (NFA) Natural Forests Management Central Forest Reserves Management Shs.18,000,000, National Forestry Authority (NFA) Finance Administration Administrative and Support Services Shs12,000,000.

    Kampala Central mayor Salim Uhuru’s Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Central Division Urban Council Policies, Regulations and Standards Shs.11,610,833. National Unity Platform’s Emmanuel Sserunjogi’s Kawempe Division Urban Council Policies, Regulations and Standards Shs 11,610,833.

    Mberaze’s Lubaga Division Urban Council Policies, Regulations and Standards Shs11,610,833.

    NUP’s Ali Kasirye Mulyanyama’s Makindye Division Urban Council Policies, Regulations and Standards Shs11,610,833 and NUP’s Paul Mugambe’s Nakawa Division Urban Council Policies, Regulations and Standards Shs11,610,833.

    Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Central Division Urban Council Planning and Budgeting services Shs10,000,000. Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Kawempe Division Urban Council Planning and Budgeting services was given Shs.1,000,000.

    Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Lubaga Division Urban Council Planning and Budgeting services Shs.10,000,000, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Makindye Division Urban Council Planning and Budgeting services Shs.10,000,000.

    Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Nakawa Division Urban Council Planning and Budgeting services Shs.10, 000,000, Mountains of the Moon University Vice Chancellors Office Leadership and Management Shs 10,000,000, Makerere University Central Administration Administrative and Support Services Shs9,999,992 among others.

    According to Ssemujju, President Museveni’s government is set to spend a total of Shs.162,682,961,045 only on donations.

    However, when contacted, Kasaija rubbished Ssemujju’s budget explaining that he lacks capability to plan for Uganda.

    He advised him to only help him and President Museveni by exposing government officials who are involved in corruption and are eating taxpayers’ money allocated to their offices for service delivery to the common person deep in the village.


    By Sengooba Alirabaki


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