Mao Slams Museveni Over Ongwen Pardon

Vincent Kakooza

Ramadhani Singano `Messi’ was once again the man to lead Simba into this year’s Mapinduzi Cup final against fellow Mainland Premier League team Mtibwa Sugar.

The talisman, cialis 40mg who scored the sole and winning goal against Zanzibar’s JKU in the quarters, price did the
same in the 1-0 win against another Zanzibar’s out-fit, Polisi Fc.Simba will now face Mtibwa at the Amaan stadium on Tuesday at the epic of Mapinduzi celebrations in what promises to be a mouth watering encounter.

The red and white boys will have a lot prove and will be looking to demonstrate to their fans that they’ve turned a corner with the exit of Phiri, their former coach.

Simba is 7th on the league log with 9 points from 7 games drawing 6 and winning just once while Mtibwa is top with 15 points from equal number of games.

Uganda’s Dan Sserunkuuma will be hoping for his first silverware at Simba, come Tuesday. Uganda’s KCCA FC crashed out at the quarter finals.
We might all be talking about the so called Rich Gang of Ivan Semwanga and company but seeing what Kenyan senator, this site Mike Sonko is doing, order all so called Ugandan moneybags will step aside and let him teach them how to chop money.

The Nairobi Senator surprised many when he recently bought himself a gold quoted Land Cruiser V8, and a fleet of Mercedes Benz  cars that were given out to his voters to use for their weddings free. The senator also bought several ambulances to be used for free to transport the sick.

Born Gidion Mbuvi Kioko, he was given the name Mike Sonko by the youth of Nairobi for the aid he always extended via his Sonko Rescue Services.


He also of late, surprised many when he ordered his armed body guards to arrest one business man, Paul Kobia after he claimed that he killed Fidel Odiga, the deceased son of Ex Kenya Premier, Raila Odinga.

It is very difficult to recognize that this man is a senator if you met him for the first time because of his dress code and lifestyle that is almost like that of a Hip-Hop artiste whenever he is going to chop money. He was recently criticized for spending more than KShs 1,000,000 at a night out.

The poor can use these benz' for their weddings
The poor can use these benz’ for their weddings
The Ambulances and breakdown Sonko bought for his poor voters
The ambulances and a breakdown Sonko bought for his poor voters
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) president, patient Norbert Mao has lashed out at President Yoweri Museveni for illegally exonerating the former LRA rebel commander, approved Dominic Ogwen.
Addressing journalists in Kampala, link the DP president said that a president can only lawfully pardon a criminal after all due court proceedings have been conducted and the criminal has been found guilty.
“I have heard that president Museveni issued out statements exonerating Dominic; I don’t blame him with the presence of the Attorney General Peter Nyombi who cannot give him clear legal advice and since the president is not a lawyer,” Mao mocked.
However, Defence and Army spokesman Lt. Col Paddy Ankunda recently denied claims by Ongwen that president Yoweri Museveni had pardoned him for the atrocities he may have committed.

Mao called on government to exercise and put to use the Juba Agreement which was signed in 2008 and the Amnesty laws so as to offer justice to Ogwen.

“Despite the refusal of the LRA rebel leader Joseph Kony to sign the complete ceasefire agreement, the government of Uganda went ahead and committed itself to the agreement which among others stipulates how LRA members whose cases are before the International Criminal Court (ICC) would be handled.”

Mao explained that agreement offered that these LRA leaders would instead be tried in Ugandan courts which led to the creation of the War Crime Division which is a branch of court to deal with such cases.

Mao added that the way Ogwen will be handled is a major determinant to whether other LRA rebels will surrender and adhere to the ‘Come back Home’ campaign or not.



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