I live in country called Ug. When people come over from other countries, they smile alot and they write in the local newspapers how Ug is a wonderful country. they would like to come back some time. I think its true that Ugandans love alot.
It is also the country where enemies are never permanent. The president’s childhood chum…(best friend?) has gone and made a turn around that the talking heads are going to be taking apart for years, probably. Unless they are not called on Andrew Mwenda Live.
The guy was one of the architects of the opposition’s most feared party, FDC and he was there in the thick of things when they sweated and bled. Now he’s gone and thrown a stone in the kavuyo, thereby just increasing the speed of events and the fodder for the talking heads.
culled from http://www.thp.org/uganda/ 2001/aidsday/
Hon. Eriya Kategaya has denounced the FDC and he now says he has never belonged there. Reminds me of a guy who when trapped in the headlights a life time ago went like, “I do not know that woman, Lewinsky.” Kategaya in effect is saying he does not know that man, Besi.
So we are left to wonder, what was that all about anyway? Why did he cross over to the other side? Did he ever cross? Did the Red Pepper lie again? Maybe i should go over to radiokatwe.com (i had forgotten that there is (was?) such a website. Maybe they have the inside story.
In an unrelated story, the Mayor of Kampala has brought the long awaited buses which are meant to eventually replace the kamunyes. Some people will say, however that that was not his plan, that he is riding on someone else’s back. Whatever. It is time for those of you who have been experiencing that sinking feeling after London decided to retire its red buses, to clap. All you have to do is convince the Mayor to paint the 350? buses red.