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RE: [onereachinganother] Ugandan chaos

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  • kayiwa fred
    looking at this http://enteruganda.com/brochures/bugandariots/ i still blame who ever done this However i will not accept what others say Davis am sorry i cant
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 12, 2009
      looking at this http://enteruganda.com/brochures/bugandariots/
      i still blame who ever done this

      However i will not accept what others say
      Davis am sorry i cant see how one is weak in this case
      being the most respected person in Uganda, and perhaps the all Of East Africa, you dont need to bring mamba in town to scare people

      I strongly condemn whoever is believing in Tribalism and am sorry for the Indians who lost their properties
       but its the work of the police to guide people and when you see people dead you wonder what is the work of security.

      I feel that peace to be there, both parties need to come to round table and think big but they need to respect each other first and know each one's strength and weakness.

      I think whoever is minimizing one side is among the minority who dont wnat peace in the beautiful country Uganda.

      Kevin, DRC was called ZAIRE before but lingala people will not change their Origin.
      Baganda cant be any other thing even if Uganda can change its name which implies that one thing is before the other.

      Big Respect to all leaders of Pearl of Africa.
      Kabaka and others

      --- On Fri, 9/11/09, Davis Weddi <dweddi@...> wrote:

      From: Davis Weddi <dweddi@...>
      Subject: RE: [onereachinganother] Ugandan chaos
      To: onereachinganother@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Friday, September 11, 2009, 11:41 PM


      See Buganda - Kampala Riots in Pictures

      See more Pictorials

      The Buganda King has no military generals. He is so weak that he could even be deposed if his subjects continue ruining the peace in the country.


      By the time guns came onto the streets, the Kings ‘subjects’ had started looting and destroying property in the city. The Buganda king’s subjects also turned out to be racists – they beat up all Indian businessmen they met along their way, they burnt one business belonging to an Indian. In Africa , The only way to control such a behavior is to bring out the guns. No one has been shot directly as far as we have learnt unless if they confronted the armed military Police.


      Today, the Military has deployed heavily in Kampala city center. So no more chaos there. Those who attempt to take the law into their hands will be dealt with by the long arm of the law.


      For now, the government in Uganda has embarked on ‘detoxicating the intoxication’ of the Kings learned subjects who have been driving an organised secessionist, tribal campaign that led to these chaos.


      The religious leaders in the country are now doing a good job, they are calling upon all parties concerned to calm down and seek the guidance of the Lord.



      From: onereachinganother@ yahoogroups. com [mailto:onereaching another@yahoogro ups.com] On Behalf Of kevin gibson
      Sent: Saturday, September 12, 2009 7:57 AM
      To: onereachinganother@ yahoogroups. com
      Subject: RE: [onereachinganother ] Ugandan chaos



      hello fred
         Using guns can't solve anything but as the situation is right now if they don't use guns we are then yet to see the same thing that happened in kenya happen in uganda but take my word its not goin to happen not now not ever.
         All this thats happening i blame it on my fellow baganda who always feel they are the only ugandans in the whole country they ask for favors from the government day by day and expect everything to go there way well Uganda is for every one and we are Ugandans first then Baganda i know one thing Mr.President is silent but he is going to handle the situation just right and if baganda we cant control our selves he will remove the kingship because anyway he did give it to us back he can as well take it back and lets see what we can do..
          I hate my people because they always bite the hands that feeds them

      --- On Fri, 11/9/09, kayiwa fred <fdkayiwa@yahoo. com> wrote:

      From: kayiwa fred <fdkayiwa@yahoo. com>
      Subject: RE: [onereachinganother ] Ugandan chaos
      To: onereachinganother@ yahoogroups. com
      Cc: learningfromeachoth er@yahoogroups. com
      Date: Friday, 11 September, 2009, 10:24 PM


      I strongly dont believe in guns senttling any matters,

      You may Guys call me Crazy but i dont think fighting people with bullets can bring any solution when they are demanding justice.

      When i see people reacting like not human being i fail to understand whom to blame

      perhaps they do so because they have their reasons


      but any way we should also know that in any civilised community people should give respect to each other, people should know their norms, and culture people should know their background and this is what makes them civilsed.


      English people in UK are civlised because they respect their culture

      and they respect each other Unlike in aome African countries

      and this has caused many cios which would not be there if rely people know and respect each other.
      --- On Fri, 9/11/09, Davis Weddi <dweddi@newvision. co.ug> wrote:

      From: Davis Weddi <dweddi@newvision. co.ug>
      Subject: RE: [onereachinganother ] Ugandan chaos
      To: onereachinganother@ yahoogroups. com
      Date: Friday, September 11, 2009, 7:06 AM


      Hello friends,


      OK there was some fracas in Kampala yesterday when angry city residents took to the streets but had to be restrained by the Police and later the military when some unemployed youths turned to burglary and vandalism of property.


      By this morning (today) the situation had returned to normal. Unfortunately I was down with Malaria and at hospital the whole of yesterday, I failed to get transport back to my home because transport systems in Kampala were paralyzed for most of the day yesterday. I only got means later in the evening. Thank God am now recovering from the safety of my home.


      Now, the real problem emanates from a cultural leader who has deviated from a constitutional provision not to turn political. The cultural leader assumes the place of a king in a kingdom but his activities are supposed to be purely cultural. Lately he and some of his subjects have slowly become political leading to clashes with the protectors of the nations constitution. Most of the statements from the kingdom are such that they want the central government of Ugandan to grant them a separate government status from the central government, which is really very impossible at this point in time. The king has had his own broadcaster clamped down and closed to stop them from airing politically inflammatory messages. All the other broadcasters who have aired similar messages have been closed down. The chaos have gone down as a result of the clamp down on rogues and hooligans who had taken advantage of chaos.


      Anyway, it looks like the chaos that keep on coming up in Uganda these days since 1990, are similar to what used to happen in the UK about 200 years ago. Please check you urban history of some place sin UK between 150 and 200 years ago. There cases of land wrangles and commercial interest. It is a stage of development and I think that in about 100 years from today, Ugandan will have attained the same level of development and stability as many part



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