The late Mzee Kaguta was a naughty boy

By Lawrence Kasozi

25th February 2013: This is totally out of character, not only for me as a well brought up God-fearing and conservative Muganda boy, but also as an African.  I have to say what I am about to say so that, perhaps for the first time, President Museveni gets a taste of his own medicine.

Museveni has been known for talking ill and sometimes out-rightly nasty things about dead people at their funerals.  This often leaves grieving relatives, among young orphans, feeling insulted.  It’s almost as if Museveni goes to funerals to dance on dead people’s graves.

For example, when thousands of human beings (rebel or not rebel) were being killed during the war against the LRA in northern Uganda, Museveni came out to proudly proclaim that “we massacred them”, totally oblivious of the fact the dead have loved ones grieving for them.

When Brig. Noble Mayombo died, Museveni went to Mayombo’s funeral and came very close to giving Mayombo’s dead body “kiboko” (strokes of the Caine) for having been a drunkard.

It’s almost as if he wanted to blame Mayombo for his own death – never mind that Mayombo also happened to be the soldier who served Museveni most diligently, even cleaning his shows in public!

When Major General James Kazini was killed under very suspicious circumstances, (allegedly by a woman) Museveni went on the attack again.  He declared publicly that Kazini was a drunkard, reckless, and could have been responsible for his own death.

Recently when Butaleja Woman MP Cerinah Nebanda died under suspicious circumstances, Museveni, in his typically perverted mind, found it very appropriate to tell Nebanda’s grieving mother that her daughter was “a naughty girl”.

Now, even though I don’t actually mean it, let me ask Museveni who, like Mayombo’s and Kazini’s orphans, may be grieving after the death of his father Mzee Amos Kaguta:

Mr President Sir, how would you feel if I told you right now that your dead father was a naughty and unpatriotic boy who as a man caused Uganda immeasurable damage by producing you – the man tearing our country apart?  Over to Your Excellency!  END: Login to every Monday to read our top stories mid-week for our updates

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