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UNTOLD STORY: Shocking Details Of Meeting Between Museveni And Kayihura, Flamboyant General Reports State Enemies, To Be Given Two Cars And Have His Medical Bills Paid



President Museveni (L) and Kale Kayihura (R)

On Thursday, news broke that the military court prosecution is finalizing all steps to drop charges of neglecting war affairs and abetting the illegal repatriation of Rwandan nationals against General Kale Kayihura the former Inspector General of Police (IGP).

According to prosecution, the state is still struggling to convince the panel of military court martial judges chaired by Lt. Gen Andrew Guti that the flamboyant General Kayihura committed the crimes he was charged with recently.

It should be remembered that the mighty Grapevine reported that the Commander in Chief of the armed Forces, who is also the president, Yoweri Museveni was not convinced with the evidence lined up by Kayihura’s prosecutors. Much of the evidence against Kayihura was collected and verified by Internal Security Organization (ISO) and Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI).

According to our security source, some of the evidence collected was connecting Kayihura to the death of the former spokesperson of Uganda Police Force (UPF) AIGP Andrew Kaweesi, the murder of other top citizens like Joan Kagezi, Muhammad Kiggundu and other Muslim clerics like Sheikh Hassan Kirya, Mustafah Bahiga.

Up to now, the masterminds behind the murder of these top citizens have not yet been netted. However, ISO and CMI pin these murders on former top police commanders who Kayihura bossed.

According to some of the evidence from ISO and CMI, they allege that some of these killings were executed by Kayihura’s blue eyed boys like Nixon Agasirwe and Hebert Muhangi. The two security organs claim that Kayihura’s men  arrested innocent suspects and their revelations were proved by the judgment made by three justices.

Among the evidences which ISO and CMI took to Museveni to prove their case against Kale and to allow the state to prosecute him included a recorded phone conversation allegedly between Kayihura and Hebert Muhangi, the former flying squad boss.

In this recording, a voice allegedly of Kayihura is heard thanking Muhangi for successfully executing the murder of Kaweesi, however our sources told us that Museveni, who has a strong interest in Kayihura’s case verified the evidence and concluded that this was not sufficient to pin the former police chief.


After several attempts by Kayihura to meet his boss president Museveni, this website has been told Museveni finally accepted to meet the pencil thin general at Entebbe state house. Kayihura was accompanied by his lawyers Jeff Tumwebaze, Elly Karuhanga and Peter Kabatse from prominent Kampala Associated Advocates (KAA), his sureties Major General Sam Kavuma and Major General James Mugira and other relatives.

In the meeting, Kayihura first thanked president Museveni for granting him his freedom when he ordered Gen. Guti to release him on bail. One of the closest friends to Kayihura disclosed to the Grapevine that the reason why Kayihura thanked Mr. Museveni is because as a serving UPDF officer and a lawyer, he knows very well that all the members in the court martial are still serving officers who are obliged to follow the commander in chief’s orders, so if he had ordered them not give him bail, he would be in jail up to today.

Kayihura told Museveni that the information given to him by top government officials and from military circles that he was planning a deadly mission to overthrow the NRM government was false.

Kayihura openly told Museveni that he has never sat with Rwanda president Paul Kagame or worked with his agents here and abroad to overthrow the government. He told him that it seems some of his officers were working behind his back with some individuals in the Rwanda intelligence to disorganize Uganda government but he was not involved.

In the meeting, Kayihura was grilled on his meeting with Rwanda operatives in Algeria and Turkey. Kayihura vehemently denied meeting any security operatives from Rwanda in those countries, he revealed that he only met security experts in those countries who gave him security ideas to fight terrorism and civil riots.

He admitted that he learnt later before he was fired that some of his boys were working for foreign countries and that they were given money to act as mercenaries.

He apologised for ‘sleeping on the job’ and asked Museveni for forgiveness. Kayihura finally asked Museveni to allow him to go abroad and seek medical attention because he no longer trusted Ugandan doctors.


Our source revealed that Kayihura left state house that day without an answer from his boss who told him that he will call him and talk more about his issues.

A few days after the meeting, Museveni personally called Kayihura on phone and told him that he is free to get his passport and go abroad for medical attention. He however advised him to follow the procedures of the law.

Kayihura immediately instructed his lawyer Jeff Tumwebaze to ask the court martial to give him his passport because he was allowed by the president to travel to Nairobi.

The court without objection allowed Kayihura to take his passport and he didn’t take it back when he came back from Nairobi. Museveni also ordered the Ministry of Defense through the Permanent Secretary to purchase for General Kale two posh vehicles, one for him and another for his wife.  According to one of Kayihura’s henchman, each car is to cost shs600m, so the two cars will cost Shs1.2 billion.

Museveni also ordered UPDF top leadership to beef up Kale’s security especially at his home.

“For all the years I have served in this government from the bush, now I feel like a full General,” Kayihura told his friends who visited him two weeks back, according to his close friend.

The sources added that Museveni also ordered the ministry of Defense to sort out Kale’s medical bills both in Nairobi and in Germany where he is right now.  Kayihura was also provided with well-trained officers to move with him in German after expressing his fear that he may be attacked by operatives from a foreign country who think that he betrayed them and revealed their secrets to Museveni.


Our source, who is very close to Kale further revealed that Kale is very furious about the way New Vision reported his case especially in their leading dailies of Bukedde newspaper and New Vision. Kayihura told his friends that new vision top leadership was used by his enemies in government and in the military to spoil his name by branding him a murderer.

New vision reported recently insinuated that Kayihura was the mastermind behind the killing of Kaweesi. “That boy (Kabushenga) has been used by government mafias to spoil our names and take our jobs, now let me see how he will handle Kale and his lawyers. This is his time to pay for his sins,” a friend to Kale told this website.

He added that what Museveni did to Kale is a sign of solidarity to junior officers in security who are fighting seriously to save his government from the mafia.


Before Museveni forgave Kale, senior counsel Dr. David Mushabe, who commonly represented Generals in the court martial predicted that Kale was only supposed to apologise to his Commander In Chief to be saved from being harassed and humiliated in the military court martial. Mushabe noted that all the other Generals like David Sejusa, James Kazini, Henry Tumukunde and others were saved after apologising to Museveni.


By Jamil Lutakome



OPINION: Kitatta – The Fly That Followed The Corpse Into The Grave – Political Blogger Stings Boda Boda 2010 Boss After Kayihura Release



Political commentator and blogger Afuwa Kasule has blasted Boda Boda 2010 boss Abdallah Kitatta for being too blind to see that anytime he may fall with his boss.

In his article title “Abudallah Kitata – The Fly That Followed The Corpse Into The Grave”, Kasule says that Kitatta, who is currently under detention at the military barracks in Makindye, while his former boss is now Germany receiving treatment, should have played his cards wisely and known that he was dispensable.

In his post, Kasule starts with giving the background of how Museveni has been dealing with stubborn Baganda. Kasule writes:

When Museveni first appeared on the political scene with the Tanzanian army that ousted Iddi Amin in 1979, he strategically followed the Western axis. That way, he was able to bolster his briefcase FRONASA with Westerners and in particular Banyankole.
When he took to the bush in 1981 to fight the UPC government, he chose Buganda region as the base for his Bush War. He wanted to exploit the old Baganda hatred for Obote and his UPC for the events of 1966. He also wanted to undermine the predominantly Baganda rebel fighting groups of UFM and UFF of Andrew Kayiira and Prof. Lule which had already established bases in the strategic Buganda.
First he tricked Prof. Lule into merging his UFF with Museveni’s NRA to give rise to the NRM/A. He went ahead to make Prof. Lule the Chairman of NRM while Museveni became his Vice Chairman but also headed the strategic armed wing, the NRA. That is why Museveni was predominantly referred to as the Chairman of the NRA High Command and not the Vice Chairman of NRM. The High Command became the Supreme Organ of the Bush War and in that, way Prof. Lule was tactfully overshadowed. Many Baganda peasants and fighters rallied behind the NRA in an honest belief that their own, Prof. Lule was to become the leader of Uganda.
It is prominent Baganda like Male and Habib Kagimu who introduced Museveni to Libya’s Gadaffi for military aid. He also used the likes of Dr. Samson Kiseka, Sam Njuba, Bakulu Mpagi, and others on his NRA’s External Wing just to win moral support of Baganda in the diaspora. In particular he targeted the Buganda monarchy community that was in exile abroad.
His next huddle in neutralizing the Baganda was how to deal with a predominantly Buganda fighting group under Dr. Kayiira, the UFM. A series of meetings between Kayiira and Museveni did not yield anything. Within the UFM circles it was strongly believed that the NRA was directly spying on the UFM and indirectly supplying such intelligence to the government. The betrayal was plainly exhibited during one of the incidents when the NRA agreed to join the UFM in a joint attack on the government army positions in the city but at the last minute the NRA never showed up. Instead, it ambushed the retreating UFM and seized a big cache of arms that had been captured from the attack on Lubiri barracks. The UFM was weakened by the sustained attacks by government troops , capture of its top commanders and it eventually disintegrated.
Next Museveni moved against the Kakooza Mutale group, Vumbula which had set up bases in areas of Zirobwe and it was compelled to surrender to the NRA. Since then Kakooza Mutale has undergone a series of ‘use and discard’ coupled by humiliation. Deep in Galilaya, Kayunga, the armed group under David Matovu refused to join hands with Museveni’s NRA. When Museveni took over power and David Matovu eventually joined him, he became a jail bird over repeated treasonous allegations.
Museveni’s scheming against Baganda influence suffered a temporary setback when the prediminantly Baganda DP backed the coup against Obote in 1985 and joined hands with the Okello junta. The former UFM fighters and its splinter group, FEDEMO had also reorganized and joined hands with the Okello Junta. Within the NRA, Baganda fighters grumbled that they were being used to do the donkey work for Museveni’s Banyankole. Museveni moved very first to neutralize the ugly situation by inviting Prince Mutebi to visit the Liberated Zone in western Uganda. The Prince was smuggled through Rwanda from UK and he was manipulated into calming the situation.
A few months before capturing power, Prof. Lule died in the UK and Museveni took over as Chairman with a toothless Muganda, Moses Kigongo as his Vice Chairman. When Museveni took over power in 1986 he formed a government that was dominated by the predominantly Baganda DPs. Dr. Samson Kiseka became his Vice President. He moved to neutralize the UFM and FEDEMO fighters who had now joined the NRA. UFM’s Kayiira and a couple of prominent Baganda politicians and army officers were arrested over treasonous allegations while some other UFM officers fled the country. Just a day after the High Court exonerated and released them, Dr. Kayiira was shot dead leading to further purge of Baganda in both government and the army.
Museveni reinstated Buganda Kingdom just in name in order to hoodwink the Baganda. In the mid 1990s when he felt that he had consolidated his hold on power and to some extent he had neutralized the influence of Baganda, he got rid of the DP and the Baganda in government. Already he had successfully dealt them a heavy blow within the security forces. Fearing that some Ugandans would resort to armed rebellion following the 2001 rigged elections, Museveni initiated a campaign of violence dubbed Operation Wembley under Brig. Elly Kayanja. The operation committed heinous crimes against humanity especially in Buganda. Since then Brig. Kayanja has been held hostage or else he would lose protection against criminal proceedings for those crimes.
Around the same time the army underwent privatisation by sending Gen. Katumba Wamala to police in order to give way to the rogue Gen. Kaziini and junior Gen. Aronda to rise to the office of Army Chief. It was after the army was privatized that Gen. Katumba Wamala was appointed to head the toothless residue of the army after creation of SFC as an autonomous entity. Gen. Kalekyezi headed for the police to carry out the same privatisation.

Following the Arab Spring in North Africa, Museveni feared that the opposition in Uganda would replicate the same, more especially in the strategic central region and Kampala city in particular. That is when he used Gen. Kalekyezi to create rogue youth groups in Kampala under Abudallah Kitata. With full backing of and blessing by the regime, Kitata’s ruthless gangs carried out a campaign of violence against the general population and the opposition in general. Imagine at one time Museveni invited Kitata to deliver a lecture to a cabinet retreat. The alleged arms and other military equipment were given to him by the regime.
It was not until the Hima/Tutsi power struggle involving Gen. Kalekyezi and the Rwanda connection, that Museveni moved against Kitata. His crocodile tears before the military court can’t help him. He ought to have heeded to advice by not following the corpse into the grave. Despite his low education level, Kitata ought to have known what befell prominent Baganda Bush War politicians and fighters like Kiseka, Njuba, Bakulu Mpagi, Omulangira Mawuuba, Gyagenda Kibirango, Mukwaya, Zizinga, Kagwa, Mutebi, Ssebatta, Musisi Karampenge, Mawanda, Kawuma, Sseguya, Kawuma, Dragon, Kigundu, Sserwanga Lwanga, Sula Ssemakula, and several others. What about Col. Fred Bogere and Brig. Waswa Balikalege!
They were often generalized as; “Abaganda nabashuma (Baganda are thieves) but history has now exonerated them and Ugandans now know who the real Bashuma are. It is only a few Bipepewo (Butterflies) insignificant Baganda officers like Katumba Wamala, Kasirye Gwanga, Nalweyiso, Kakooza Mutale and a dozen other sellouts that pick crumbs from under Museveni’s table that are being exhibited.


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SELFISH: How Sudhir Badly Frustrated Bank Of Uganda Talks, Kenyan Crane Bank Shareholder Feared Being Arrested On Ugandan Soil



Tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia

Shocking secrets have come out showing how Crane Bank proprietor Sudhir Ruparellia frustrated BoU on the talks the President had directed in order to protect him against being prosecuted for criminally mismanaging his own Crane bank.

Sources have told this website that when BoU moved in to control the mess and Crane Bank and protect the clients who had their money there, they discovered that the bank had only Ugx1,500,000,000 in its possession. This was against depositor obligations of more than Ugx1trn.

That’s how Price Waterhouse Coopers auditors discovered things which had gone wrong. BoU had to stabilize the economy by using its own capital (and that’s how BoU became insolvent) to make sure depositors didn’t get to know that their money had been diverted to other things creating liquidity problems for Crane Bank Ltd which forced BoU to come in and solve it. This was dangerous because Crane Bank was the 3rd largest bank in Uganda at that time. Sudhir and other shareholders were supposed to be arrested and prosecuted which never happened because Museveni pleaded for them.

Instead, BoU agreed that Sudhir and other shareholders must repay the tax payers’ money BoU had used, which was in a tune of more than Ugx400bn to cater for the depositors. BoU hired city law firms like MMAKS to recover the money from Sudhir and other shareholders. Meetings would he held at MMAKS headquarters at Diamond Trust. When lawyers wrote to the Kenyan shareholder Rasik Kantaria, he panicked and first feared coming to Ugandan for BoU meetings because he feared he would be arrested because the Crane bank mess was a very big case which in a normal country was clearly going to lead shareholders to Luzira.

The Kenyan-based Indian shareholder later on agreed to come but he was full of fear. A total of USD80m was at stake and BoU hired the MMAKS lawyers to recover it from Crane bank shareholders. The Kenyan shareholder was assured by BoU that he wouldn’t be arrested and that’s why he agreed to come for the meetings.

In the first meeting, the Kenyan shareholder Kantaria cried like a little boy and repented his sins saying he was misled by his business partner Sudhir to embrace the Crane Bank saga. The lawyers told him all was well and all he had to do to escape jail was to pay up to his liability as a shareholder. The Kenyan/Indian shareholder who was escorted by lawyers from a law firm called ABMAK in Kololo thanked the lawyers and immediately agreed to pay USD7.5m not to be prosecuted. Sudhir whose extravagancy is understood to have caused Crane bank liquidity problems also paid USD8m and promised to pay the balance later. The balance was USD65m. When Sudhir failed to get the money, he came back to BoU lawyers and said he had his properties which he was staking to cover the USD65m.


BoU management and board agreed that if he can surrender his properties, then it’s okay. Meetings were held at Diamond Trust building inside MMAKS offices but Sudhir made a U turn and started acting funny. He complained to Museveni that the BoU lawyers were very complicated. The Indian tycoon is understood to have caused Crane bank problems because he was lending to politically exposed entities and these are borrowers who took cash without being able to pay back and yet they are too powerful for the bank to foreclose by way of attaching their security properties. Others were unable to pay because the loans weren’t properly assessed against the amounts sought right from day one. When he was ready with the properties, Sudhir gave a phone call to BoU officials and meetings were held at MMAKS lawyers’ offices. While there, Sudhir’s lawyers shocked everybody when they delivered titles for properties that were legally not good for any value. These included 50 acres of land covering the whole of Kinawataka wetland. The BoU lawyers wondered how anyone can have a private title in a wetland which is supposed to be gazetted public land.

They even doubted there can be 50 acres in Kinawataka.

They refused that title and Sudhir’s lawyer quarreled and stormed out of the meeting. Sudhir also delivered a title for land in the Kitante valley which BoU lawyers rejected because it was similarly a wetland. Sudhir also tendered a title for the land situated in Kololo near Summit view. There was also land for the Nakasero primary school playground and the Kololo School which Bamugemereire is now investigating. The big tycoon was exposed on the Kololo land near Summit View. He gave in the title saying it was his land which BoU can sell to recover Ugandan taxpayers’ money. However, when BoU surveyors reached there they got arrested immediately by SFC soldiers.

They accused them of criminal trespass and made them crawl on their berries. The soldiers kept saying this land belongs to the army. The surveyors were detained for many days for illegally accessing the army land under Summit View barracks in Kololo. BoU top management had to contact the President for the surveyors to be released. The surveyors were so terrified some of them even resigned their jobs and refused to go to any other Sudhir land for similar surveying. Apart from the SFC chasing them away saying this is army land, the surveyors also found that the Kololo land was bad property because it had no regular access road meaning that even if BoU had accepted it, there would be little value because of the access problems. On being told of his weaknesses, Sudhir became even more annoyed and started accusing the MMAKS lawyers of being complicated.

He also reported to the President that the BoU team had refused his land titles because MMAKS MD Timothy Masembe Kanyerezi hates and wants him to die in prison. The lawyers wrote to BoU showing that the properties combined wouldn’t exceed USD13m in value as opposed to the USD45M that was still pending. The lawyers also advised BoU not to accept the properties because the Auditor General and MPs would in future raise a red flag for causing financial loss because BoU would be asked why they accepted wetlands which is clearly public land.

Sudhir made the talks even more complicated when he started demanding that BoU gives him back the titles for properties like Bauman House which used to be an extension of Parliament. Bauman was taken by BoU/DFCU because it’s among the properties or companies of Sudhir which were borrowing from Crane Bank and the rich Indian wanted BoU to return it to him to strengthen his tenancy arrangements with Parliament and later on the Ministry of Justice which now rents Bauman. BoU bosses refused which led to problems and made the tycoon even more annoyed.

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THE UNTOLD STORY: Secrets Why Parliament Bosses Want Obore Out



It’s official now that Chris Obore is facing trouble concerning his job of the PR Director for Parliament. He has lost the favor of big people who matter like Rebecca Kadaga, the Speaker. The Speaker at first wanted Daniel Kalinaki or Peter Kibazo, the veteran radio journalist from Mukono. Obore was recruited at a time when Parliament was facing a very bad image, with MPs saying there was need for a fighter like Ofwono Opondo to clean their image. Among those who were lobbying for the job or were head hunted include: Simon Kasyate, Mwangusa Mpagi of NTV, Kibazo and Onapito Ekomoloit of NBS.

The position was that of director and it needed a candidate with a masters’ degree which Obore was still studying at the Uganda Management Institute. Hellen Kaweesi from Makerere should have taken the job but people were saying she can’t be promoted to the post of Director level because she lacked the fire of a fighter Parliament now wanted.

Meanwhile, Obore had good connections and many of them helped him lobby Kadaga to shift her favor from Kibazo to him even though she didn’t like him at first because he constantly attacked Parliament on the KFM morning show. Some of the MP lobbying for Obore met him at Café Javas and gave him tips to soften Kadaga. Obore finally got the job but shortly thereafter someone reported to the IGG saying he wasn’t the best candidate for the job. The IGG’ PRO Ali Munira confirmed they have been investigating Obore’s recruitment and the report is almost ready.

How Obore lost support 

When he got information that his job was being queried, Obore started behaving like he was a very big man. He would intimidate other Parliament bosses who are more senior and have been at parliament for a long time. Of the 12 directors as per now, he doesn’t have any friendhip with any of them because they don’t like his ways especially the act of barking at them.

When the directors tried to oppose his threats, Obore accused them of sabotaging Kadaga who was okay with him in his first days in office. He knew very well of Kadaga’s differences with Mbabazi and that’s what his supporters would later use to scare directors who opposed him. Some directors would be reported to Kadaga and be accused of working with Mbabazi to fight her. Bakwega is one of the directors Obore disrespected and his juniors in the PR department did the same.

He would use the CCTV cameras of Parliament to find out which staff members spoke to Bakwega, once he got information that they were working with Bakwega, he would call them and bark at them, he would use the excuse that  they were undermining the Speaker. In the departmental meetings, Obore would bark at his team members including old employees he found in the department. He would speak to Hellen Kaweesi harshly, this didn’t go down well with other people who started seeing him as a bad person. When they saw that some of the directors were very strong, Obore’s supporters became whistle blowers and reported to the speaker that there was fraud going on in the way air tickets were being bought for the MPs and other bosses at Parliament.

The investigation caused many innocent people in the finance department to be victimized and those who were innocent were made to look bad before the Speaker by being blackmailed that they working for Mbabazi to fail her. It was then that Obore’s opponents regrouped and gave him his medicine. They got good info and gave it to Kadaga.

They also tried to show links between him and Mbabazi and moreover with photographs. Obore’s supporters were also accused of recording some people and taking the info to Kadaga as proof of those fighting her. The other problem was that Obore had also talked to some of the MPs and pointed out some of the weaknesses in Kadaga. She got all this info and cut wires on Obore. She became annoyed especially to hear some MPs say that without Obore she would be nothing, these MPs would tell her that they got such info from Obore directly. Kadaga became annoyed and started regretting why she did not stick with her original plan of giving the job to Kibazo.

She even called a Parliamentary Commission meeting to chase Obore from the job but Obore’s people lobbied  Bukedea MP Anite Among and Elijah Okupa of Serere County. They asked Kadaga to forgive him which she initially accepted but became angry later when reports kept reaching her from other MPs that Obore’s people told them he was the one making Kadaga powerful and that she fears him because of that.

His people would even say that Kadaga backed off the move to chase him because she realized without him she would fail. This kept Kadaga’s anger up and the Parliament Commission meeting was called to knife Obore. Before that meeting, Obore had mobilized supporters like Moses Ali, Cecilia Ogwal, Ogwang Peter and others to save him. These legislators opposed Kadaga’s move to chase him which annoyed Kadaga even the more because it humiliated her as the Speaker. Obore’s supporters started threatening to spill Kadaga’s secrets which they said are very many. All this made Kadaga even more annoyed, it became worse during the ongoing disagreement between her and president Museveni.

Kadaga is unsure if she can count on Obore’s loyalty in her new battle with Museveni on the issue of Kyadondo East legislator Robert  Kyagulanyi.

Kadaga’s anger increased when she discovered that some of her own body guards were spying on her for Obore to know if she ever talks to Parliament officials who are at war with him.

The Speaker’s security detail decided to keep some bodyguards at some distance and fired others. The PR Director also started having unhealthy beef with senior news reporters at Parliament who are very supportive of Kadaga. Some left Parliament after Obore created too much heat for them. When the IGG investigations refused to stop, Obore’s supporters started thinking its Kadaga’s PPS in the names of Busike Peter who was behind it. This PPS thereafter became a big enemy of Obore yet Kadaga likes him very much.

Kadaga became even more annoyed when she realized that she fell out with some people basing on wrong info given to her by Obore’s people whose plot was to leave her lonely without enough friends in Parliament.

Obore also got some enemies blamed him for using the media budget to become very powerful but failed to protect them against scandalous stories.

They started saying that he was using the media budget to benefit himself and not the house. They also looked at him as someone who took himself highly because he always  appeared on radio, TVs and wrote in newspapers. They also blamed him for not respecting their views even in meetings.

He was also not respecting the Clerk Joan Kibirige who is supposed to sign the appointment letters of all Parliament employees. Some Parliament directors originally didn’t like Obore because as a new person at parliament, he was supposed to take time to run public service procedures but the problem was he wasn’t willing to listen to them. He took himself to be at the level of Speaker. Some of the people friendly to Obore also started attacking some people asking them whether being Basoga means they are very important in Parliament. Kadaga didn’t like all these things and now it’s very clear without her support, the IGG tough lady Irene Mulyagonja isn’t going to leave him standing.

Bamugemereire saga;

There is also the Bamugemereire saga. Obore attacked her that she just wanted to get publicity by being cruel on the land grabbing government officials in the commission. Bamugemereire wrote a very strong letter to Kadaga complaining about Obore and saying he must be punished for abusing a whole judge of the high court with a lot of favor from the President. Kadaga again called a meeting and Obore survived by just luck because that day commission members wanted him to be knifed. It’s not clear how Kadaga cooled down Bamugemereire’s anger on Obore but he in the end stopped his unnecessary attack against big people like judges. Obore was also advised by some friends to go slow on Kadaga and they gave him examples of men like Asuman Kiyingi who fought her and ended very badly off. At first his supporters were saying their man Obore can’t fear Kadaga but he kept quiet when MPs Anite and Okura who were saving him in Kadaga’s office backed off when they realized that the Kamuli MP was still very bitter. Some members are unhappy and waiting for the day Obore falls flat because they hate the way in which people close to him played the divide and rule strategy to weaken UPPA which unites news reporters working at Parliament.

Some Parliament bosses wanted the well-polished Daniel Kalinaki, the big man of Monitor, to be the one to take that PR job because they think he is the exact opposite of Obore. In the meantime, many of senior news reporters like Agnes Nandutu, Francis Jjingo, Brig Henry Mulindwa and others are waiting to have a very big party on the day Obore is removed by the IGG.

Obore also lacks much support of vocal MPs like Odonga Otto who were trying to fight him but decided to first wait because he was still at peace with Kadaga, now that she does not want him anymore, it’s going to be a walk over for these disgruntled MPs like Otto.

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