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Musician Hilderman Attacks Minister Amelia: Our ‘Jajjas’ Joined Public Work Younger Than Us But Why Is Their Regime Failing To Respect Us, I’m Ready To Unseat You…



Musician Hillary Kiyaga alias Hilderman has penned a scathing response to Mawokota North legislator Amelia Kyambadde telling her to stop claiming that he (Hilderman) is very ungrateful.

In an interview with New Vision, Amelia, who also double as the Minister for trade and cooperatives said that she helped Kiyaga, who has already declared that he is going to stand against her come 2021, and his family but he is a very ungrateful person.

“I have done so much for him. I paid for the Amelia song in 2011 which took him places. I supported his family and will continue doing so because I feel we need to continue nurturing these young people. We will not be there forever,” Amelia said.

Today, Hilderman attacked Amelia who he called a granny, and asked her to leave politics for young people like Hilderman because their time is up.

“I am a son of Mawokota, legible to serve Mawokotanians at any level because I am more than qualified basing on requirements. At 38yrs now, am No longer a small boy, our Jajas joined public work younger than us but we fail to understand why in their regime they do not respect us but rather narrow us to boys while they were respected and supported by our grand parents of that time,” Hilderman wrote.

Below is Hilderman’s full response:

NEW VISION News paper on Saturday published an Article that AMELIA HITS BACK AT HILDERMAN. As I went through events of the day I landed on this one which looks almost similar. I decided to pen to the public a few things.

Am a son of Mawokota being legible to serve Mawokotanians at any level because am more than qualified basing on requirements. At 38yrs now, am No longer a small boy, our Jajas joined public work younger than us but we fail to understand why in their regime they do not respect us but rather narrow us to boys while they were respected and supported by our grand parents of that time.


1) It’s my constitutional right as a son of Mawokota.

2) I have necessary requirements

3) As a son of Mawokota I am interested in serving the Mawokotanians, they are my parents, relatives and my real people. The personal attachment to the community is far than the office many are yearning for.

4) With due respect Hon Amelia announced serving us for the last term. I respect people with integrity that’s why I am affected with some statements from her. As sons of the soil we began to prepare ourselves and am ready.

I have nothing personal with Jaja Amelia, I am contesting as a son of the soil to carry on with her achievements and also give a hand on her weaknesses. No body is perfect but reasons why public offices have durations and contracts is to have and allow different talents. It takes civilised people to apreciate this principle.

Amelia did stuff for me, but i sung Amelia too. That’s song alone branded her nationally. Ask MTN, ask Coca Cola who much it is to brand a product. She could be shocked if told she has never done a thing. I sung for her because I wanted her for Mawokota just like I thank her for her services and ask her to rest and advise when I take on this role.

Mawokotanian challenges are more than dishing out money and each gets a 2000/= or more. They need the hook to fish than the fish to eat that single day. The Mawokotanians have primary challenges which can actually be solved by themselves but need mobilisation which many leaders have failed to capitalise on.

Mawokota needs a leader than an administrator, governor, dictator or militant attitude employed.

We want and need a leadership connection in Mawokota and entire Mpigi in general. Challenge me with how many meetings(with minutes) organised for leaders from levels LC3, District Council and Hon members of parliament for the past 9yrs collectively with emphasis of discussing Mawokota issues. We need a united Mawokota but not an individual driven district like it is now. Leaders only smile to each other on public functions but unable to offer the other a signature if required. These are all key issues affecting service delivery.

At 38, I want to preserve and carry on with Hon Amelias achievements, and also work on where she has failed. If DMS records had not given me an offer to record Mazongoto, I would not be here. So is leadership, before given platform no body can ever realise your potential.

It’s Hon Amelia’s turn to show if she can support others or addicted to being supported.

By Doreen Menezer



Ugandans Who Will Refuse To Sign On ICC Petition To Have M7 Indicted Will Be Committing Treason – Besigye…



Four-time presidential aspirant, Col. Kizza Besigye has warned Ugandans who are planning to dodge the signing of the petition entitled: “Uganda people’s petition to International Criminal Court” that they will be committing treason according to Article 3 of the constitution.

According to Besigye, all Ugandans are held responsible to fight for their fundamental rights and other rights granted by the constitution.

“Every person has a responsibility of protecting his or her rights, if you see someone abusing your right then you have to deal with that person in courts of law, since the constitution under Article 3 allows you to fight for your rights, Ugandans who have declined to sign on the petition are committing treason,” Besigye said.

He said this at the people’s government offices along Katonga road in Kampala where he officially lunched the signing of the petition that is aimed at compelling ICC to summon president Museveni.

In a meeting attended by Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Ken Lukyamuzi, Leader of Opposition Betty Aol Ochan and other the opposition members, Besigye said that the petition is a universal petition that caters for all Ugandans both in Uganda and abroad who have been victims of Museveni’s torture and his poor governance.

“The petition is for all Ugandans, its intended to bring peace to all, we need Museveni out of power with the help of ICC since he cannot handover peacefully,” he insisted.

“Anybody aggrieved with Museveni’s policies of violating our rights like freedom of speech and expression, freedom of assembly and right to life should provide evidence and join in the signing of petition,” he said.

He further urged all police persons and military to abandon violating commands that are given to them by their Commander in Chief.

“The police should work for Ugandans, they should abandon the violating commands that are given to them by Museveni because everyone is accountable for the crimes they commit, no one will ask for who ordered you. Look at Kayihura now, he is suffering alone though he was working on Museveni’s orders,” Besigye added.

He revealed that the petition will be wired online for all Ugandans both in Uganda and abroad to sign.

“Our petition is going to be wired online and links are going to be circulated for those outside Uganda,” he said. He further urged NRM members who have known the weaknesses of President Museveni to join the petition for a better tomorrow.

“Members from the NRM party who understand the weaknesses of their president should join us because this is about Museveni not NRM. Members of other opposition parties and movements like Hon: Kyagulanyi, Gen. Mugisha Muntu, Nobert Mao and other leaders, join us and we defend our country from dictators,” Besigye rallied.

According to Besigye, the process of signing the will take long period of time since they plan to spread it country wide.

By Josephine Kauma


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Sipapa, Full Figure Are Using M7’s Money To Kill Us: Music Promotors Bajjo, Abitex Cry Out ….



Abitex and Bajjo addressing journalists

Events promoters Andrew Mukasa alias Bajjo events and Abbey Musinguzi alias Abitex have pinned socialite Charles Olim alias Sipapa and Jennifer Nakaguubi alias Full Figure of using the millions of money given to them by president Yoweri Museveni to kill them.

Bajjo told journalist in Kampala that on Wednesday evening, he survived being killed by armed hooligans holding machetes at Makindye, a Kampala suburb.

“I have audio recordings of that fool Sipapa and Full Figure strategizing on how to finish our lives. I heard Full figure tipping Sipapa to tell his gangs to locate us and kill us using stones,” Bajjo said.

He revealed that when he received an audio from a friend, they decided to run away from Baba TV where they had been hosted for a talk show. He said that when they reached Makindye, a group of people attacked them with machetes and stoned his car. Abitex said that he received credible information from state house that both Sipapa and Full Figure told Museveni that they know Abitex and Bajjo and that they will help him silence them at all cost.

Abitex warned that the act of giving people free money will increase criminality in the country because people will start thinking that they don’t have to work but can always be given free money. Both promotors filed their complaints at Katwe police station. Full figure was not reached for comment since she was not picking our calls.


Earlier, lawyer Erias Lukwago, who was  representing the two promoters pleaded with High Court judge Lydia Mugambe Ssali to save his clients from losing billions of money and jobs in the coming 2019 festival season. Lukwago submitted that the directive issued by the Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola stopping his clients from organizing musical concerts will deny them employment since their source of income are the music shows.

Lukwago told court that his clients lost over Shs200m when Ochola stopped their concerts at Busabala, Gulu Lira and other places yet they had already paid all the necessary requirements including security.

The presiding judge Ssali asked both applicants why they didn’t proceed with organizing concerts of other musicians because it seems the IGP only stopped them from organizing Bobi Wine’s concerts.

Lukwago with people power lawyer Shamim Malende tried to plead to Ssali to accommodate their matter before the Christmas festival because it’s the period when his clients work more.

This was after judge Ssali had told them that she was assigned to go to high court criminal division to handle very serious criminal cases.

However, after Lukwago’s plea, Justice Ssali changed her mind and asked Lukwago to take their file back to the registrar so that it can be allocated to another judge which Lukwago refused. Mugambe further advised the applicants to stop exaggerating their case. The judge ordered both parties to submit written submissions instead of oral as Lukwago was proposing. The matter was adjourned to 13 December.

By Jamil Lutakome


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Lawyer Mabirizi Asks East African Court To Halt 2021 Election Preparations Until Their Ruling Of The Age Limit Appeal



Mabirizi presenting his case before the East African court of justice in Arusha Tanzania

Controversial city lawyer Male Mabirizi Kiwanuka has asked the East African court of justice in Arusha Tanzania to issue a court order stopping Uganda’s Electoral Commission from conducting the 2021 general elections.

Mabirizi submitted to the five justices of this court led by Lady Justice Monica Mugenyi (Principal Judge), Justice Dr. Faustin Ntezilyayo (Deputy Principal Judge), Justice Audace Ngiye, Justice Dr. Charles O. Nyawello and Justice Charles Nyachae that his case is very serious because it raises questions relating to the governance of Uganda’s parliament, executive and judiciary.

The justices of the East African court of justice in Arusha Tanzania

“I will suffer irreparable damages if the application is not granted since Article 3(4) of Uganda’s constitution empowers me to defend the constitution from illegal amendments,” Mabirizi submitted. He told court that after resolving the grievances in his case, the electoral commission can conveniently resume its processes. 

In his defense, the solicitor general Francis Atoke put up a spirited fight and asked court not to allow Mabirizi’s application because it can cause instability in the country and erode constitutionalism.

Atoke argued that halting the 2021 elections will be so dangerous that he doesn’t want to be in Uganda to see what will happen if elections are suspended.

“My Lords, since the applicant pleaded for damages and interests, in my view, court should instead award him damages at the end instead of stopping the elections,” Atoke submitted. In his rejoinder, Mabirizi stated that halting the election process of 2021 cannot cause instability in Uganda as the solicitor general claimed but it will instead instill constitutionalism in the country. He insisted that there is no amount of damages that can adequately compensate the collapse of the rule of law, good governance and disrespect of human rights.

Mabirizi told court that during the passing of the controversial age limit bill in parliament in 2017, Members of Parliament were seriously beaten and their backs broken, and even if they are awarded with damages, their backs can never be healed.  The judges promised to give their ruling on notice. 

However, court declined to strike off the Attorney general’s defense as Mabirizi had applied claiming that his defense was filed out of 45 days’ time as prescribed by the rules of the East African courts of justices. 

William Byaruhanga told court that it was not their intention to file their defense out of time as Mabirizi claimed but the delay was caused by one of their staff who negligently without knowing that the matter was of public importance failed to do her job.

Court also refused the Attorney General’s affidavit sworn by senior state attorney George Kalemera who wanted court to strike out Mabirizi’s case claiming that he exhibited vexatious and frivolous behaviors in the conduct of his petition during the constitutional court hearing and at the supreme court.

Kalemera told court that Mabirizi abused and disrespected justices of both the constitution court and supreme court. In response, the justices agreed with Mabirizi that the AG’s affidavit was scandalous and irrelevant to the court.

The government team led by the Attorney General William Byaruhanga (L), his deputy
Mwesigwa Rukutana (C) and the solicitor General Francis Atoke (R)

Mabirizi ran to the East African court after losing in the constitutional court and supreme court of Uganda which decided that article 102(b) was properly amended and the lifting of the age limit was done legally. The government’s 15 team of legal brains was led by Attorney General William Byaruhanga, his deputy Mwesigwa Rukutana, solicitor General Francis Atoke, Director Civil Litigation Christine Kaahwa, Director commissioner  civil litigation Martin Mwambustya and others against Mabirizi and his assistant.

By Jamil Lutakome


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