When Irish ambassador Anne Webster and other ambassadors from different foreign states met the then Ugandan Prime minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi in the capital Kampala and told him that they want the misappropriated funds lost in his office worth £12m to be repaid.
He denied any involvement because at that time he was still enjoying states cake not knowing that one day he will also be reading it in publications or hearing it on radio as other Ugandans do. Mbabazi’s greediness was even seen by his party members when they accused him of privately using the position secretary general to mobilise support for his own presidential ambitions but he becomes our president what will happen. Dear Ugandans before we give our mandate to anyone seeking for elective post come next year we should first observe him or her critically.
General David Sejusa. Him had been fallen out with Museveni and formed Freedom and Unity Front in exile in the United Kingdom following being charged for plotting a coup where he has been allegedly planning anti-government activities by the Museveni government. After him returning back from exile he has been making inflammatory public outbursts against the government now he is the one again meeting president Museveni Ugandans it’s time to watch this movie well otherwise more trouble. SEJUSA……