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While paying tribute to the late Special Forces Commander, in the government of Former President Milton Obote, Sejusa noted that Ogole’s true spirit of Liberation struggle should continue to inspire many freedom fighters to soldier on.
“His contribution in the struggle to reconcile and heal Uganda and defeat the Yoweri Museveni dictatorship will continue to inspire and guide us all as we make our individual and collective contributions towards the liberation of our country.”
He termed the late Ogole as one of the few courageous fighters who acknowledged that a lot had gone wrong in the country and that it was important for everyone, even those who had erred in the past to come together to right those wrongs and make Uganda a better place.
“To this process of reconciliation and national healing, John Ogole stands as a shining example. His principled stand to acknowledge the errors of the past and the need for all Ugandans to come together and heal the historical wounds is a stand that ensures his place in history.”
The death of Ogole, according to the statement, has robbed Uganda of a gallant soldier and patriot; “FUF is extremely saddened to lose a senior leader of the Front, he fought a good fight and remained steady fast till the end, he was committed and unflinching in his quest for a better Uganda.”
Ogole died at Middlesex Hospital in London where he had been admitted with prostate cancer early this week.
Ogole was a tough military man who rose to the rank of Colonel with the position of Brigade Commander in the Ugandan army until his retirement and emigration to the UK where he has been living in since 1992.