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Uganda Is Bleeding & The National Geographic Documentary Shows Their Deaths, Blood And The Brutality of Museveni's Police & Military

Ugandans have for years been telling the world that they're being slaughtered & the United States couldn't care less

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Sunday, 15 October 2023

By: TB Obwoge

For years the United States government has ignored the brutality and abuses by the government of Uganda under Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. The only care that the U.S. has is about the rights of homosexuals and not those of the citizens of Uganda.

The new Hulu-Disney documentary shows the real footage of the last few years of the rise of Bobi Wine, the Ugandan musician turned politician. His legal name is Robert musician Ssentamu.

Currently there are several hundred Ugandans missing at this current time, it might even number up to the thousands. The Ugandan government is trying to claim recently in a Tweet shared by Bobi Wine, that these Ugandans never even existed in real life.

There claim is that all these families are lying, that their family members are not real, never existed and are not missing.

Photos of Missing Ugandans from Bobi Wine's Twitter X Account

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is the President of Uganda, a post he has held since 1986. Museveni was born on September 15, 1944, to Mzee Amos Kaguta and Esteri Kokundeka Nganzi in Rukungirl, British Protectorate of Uganda (now Uganda). At an early age, Museveni moved to Ntungamo, Uganda Protectorate. He attended Kyamate Elementary School, Mbarara High School, and Ntare School. After graduating from high school, Museveni attended the University of Dar es Salaam beginning in 1967. While attending the University, Museveni studied economics and political science. He also became a Marxist and became involved in radical Pan-African politics. He formed the University Students African Revolutionary Front, an activist group, and led a student delegation to FRELIMO-held territory in Portuguese-controlled Mozambique where he received guerrilla training.

In 1973, 29-year-old Museveni formed the Front for National Salvation, a Ugandan rebel group. Five years later in October 1978, the Ugandan-Tanzania War began after Ugandan troops invaded the Kagera Salient in northern Tanzania. The nations at war were led by Ugandan President Idi Amin and Tanzania President Julius Nyerere, with Museveni supporting Nyerere because he opposed Amin’s dictatorship. Tanzania won the conflict and deposed Idi Amin from power.

In 1981, a civil war called the Ugandan Bush War pitted former Ugandan President Milton Obote and the National Resistance Army (NRA) led by Museveni. This five-year conflict lasted from 1981 to 1986 and resulted in an NRA victory and Museveni becoming the new President of Uganda. Despite his Presidency, guerrilla wars continued until 1994 as various factions attempted to overthrow the new government.

In 1996, the first presidential elections under Museveni’s government were held. He defeated candidates Paul Ssemogerere and Kibirige Mayanja. During that same year, Museveni led Uganda to intervene in the Second Congo War where he assisted Rwanda and Laurent-Desire-Kabila of the Alliance of Democratic Forces of the Liberation of the Congo (ADFLC) in an attempt to overthrow longtime dictator President Mobutu Sese Soko. Museveni led Uganda’s involvement in the Third Congo War in 1998 when he allied with Rwanda against Laurent-Desire-Kabila Kabila’s new government that only two years earlier he helped install in power.

In 2001, Museveni won reelection by defeating Presidential candidate Kizza Besigye. He would defeat Besigye in three reelection campaigns, 2006, 2011, and 2016. In 2021, Museveni won reelection for a sixth term against Robert Kyagulanyi “Bobi Wine” Ssentamu. This election was hard-fought, and Wine and his followers charged the government with intimidating his supporters and rigging the election. Nonetheless, Museveni remains in power in Uganda after 35 years as President.

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni married Janet Kataaha Museveni in 1973. The couple has four children, Muhoozi Kainerugaba, Natasha Karugire, Patience Rwabwogo, and Diana Kamuntu.

Source: BlackPast

Museveni continues to cling onto power over Uganda and he's not letting go any time soon. His shame elections are always wins for him, even though many are tired of the 38-years of power he's held, most Ugandans are under the age of 35-years old and they only know one leader in all their lives.

The Hulu-Disney documentary shows the brutality of the Ugandan police on the citizens of the country. Along with the military that is lead by his son, General

His son General Muhoozi Kainerugaba is also wanting to be the next leader of Uganda. Even though he and his father are being accused of human rights violations.

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©️TB Obwoge 2023 All Rights Reserved

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I'm the president of a nonprofit. I've lived in 3 countries, I love to travel, take photos and help children and women around the world! One day I pray an end to Child Marriages, Rape and a start to equal Education for ALL children 🙏🏽

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