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Will Museveni pardon Katuramu?

By Obed K. Katureebe ‘Your Excellency, we are aware that it is the Committee of the Prerogative of Mercy that advises you on such matters. We take this occasion and opportunity to appeal for your attention for the plight of John Sanyu Katuramu as it is a matter which touches …

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Evidence that handed Katuramu death verdict

By Bob Roberts Katende After the death of the Omukama of Toro kingdom, Patrick Olimi Kaboyo, in 1993, disagreements rocked the monarchy over the management of the kingdom’s property. The ensuing battle pitted the kingdom’s Prime Minister John Katuramu against the royals, especially prince Happy Kijanangoma and princess Elizabeth Bagaya. …

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Revisiting Operation Lightning Thunder Part II

By Ron Atinkson In this second part of our commentary revisiting Operation Lightning Thunder in Garamba, DR Congo, Ronald R. Atkinson tells the untold story of UPDF-LRA clashes, deaths and survival in the jungles. A month after Operation Lightning Thunder began, in mid-January, I began hearing accounts of what was …

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Revisiting ‘Operation Lightning Thunder’

By Ronald Atinkson In this first part of our commentary revisiting Operation Lightning Thunder in Garamba, DR Congo, Ronald R. Atkinson weighs the failures ‘” and successes the incursion against UPDF’s stated objectives and accountability. On December 14, 2008, the Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) began bombing camps of the …

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