Uganda Remembers & Mourn Al-Haji Idi Amin Dada Aug.16th

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Majid Alemi Junior

Canada

#1 Aug 21, 2008
over 500 people turn up to remember and mourn the late. President of the republic of Uganda. Al-Haji Idi Amin Dada. on Aug.16th at his house in arua. tanganyika village. lunch and refreshment was served. the events was sponsor by myself, his elder son, Majid Alemi Junior, The President of UMAIBC. in vancouver, western canada. former army officers, and soldiers under Amin in attendence with many ugandans arund arua,koboko,as well around the globe. we thank baba hussein diliga and jaffar remo plus volunteers who made this possible. salam warahma.
Marek

AOL

#2 Oct 8, 2008
Idi Amin Dada was a mass murderer and practiced canabalism with the highest level of enthusiasm. Why anyone would mourn his death is beyond reason.
majid alemi jun

Canada

#3 Nov 10, 2008
Re: who ever marek are, your so called coments are not true, &. false. everone should ignore mareks hatred message. against. the late.RIP. Mzee baaba. al-haji idi amin dada. allah arhamu. by. majid alemi junior, &. family. stop religious hatred marek.[ f/ SPLA]
KABENGE SWALEH

Malpas, UK

#4 Dec 20, 2008
Thanks for the message I am really greatful to have read the message here posted. Amin was and still remain the only visionary leader Uganda has ever had. Some people say opportunity only knock once may be that was the chance Uganda had only that few Ugandans understood him.May his soul rest in eternal peace. You know when elephant falls even tiny "Ant" take chance of hitting it. Thanks once again.
JGP

San Francisco, CA

#5 Jan 9, 2009
Idi Amin WAS an evil sadistic man that ruined the economy and healthcare systems of Uganda. Is it acceptable that he ordered for HALF A MILLION people to be executed? Absolutely not.
Explorer

London, UK

#6 Mar 5, 2009
I am amazed that this illiterate has hard core followers even after all that he did to Uganda. Perhaps they were the very few who benefited from Amin's misrule, but did not contribute to Uganda.
OR are thses just hipocritical islamists. Amin did all anti-Islamic things. But then it is okay he would be forgiven by the merciful Allah since he completed a Hajj.

Since: Dec 08

Potters Bar, UK

#7 Apr 3, 2009
Misrule what misrule? I am not at all surprised that the explorer is amazed upon reading the outpouring message (for late Amin) here perhaps he/she was one of those in charge of demonising him for western course. The west is always on the tails of African unless he is involved in Africa (i.e. in this case South Africa) he’ll never leave African-man alone. Today he is the same man saying “we should make poverty history” but he is forgetting to ask the question “who made the African poorer”? Today however, if someone speaks against foreign injustice(s) he becomes an enemy of the west and yet he is addressing the problems his people face, what’s disturbing the west? For the last 23 years NRM has been praised by the west for ONLY addressing their (Western) interests as a result the indigenous Ugandan has drowned in poverty is this fairness and justice? This is what Amin despite world sanctions managed to overcome.
DAK

London, UK

#8 Apr 6, 2009
KABENGE SWALEH wrote:
Misrule what misrule? I am not at all surprised that the explorer is amazed upon reading the outpouring message (for late Amin) here perhaps he/she was one of those in charge of demonising him for western course. The west is always on the tails of African unless he is involved in Africa (i.e. in this case South Africa) he’ll never leave African-man alone. Today he is the same man saying “we should make poverty history” but he is forgetting to ask the question “who made the African poorer”? Today however, if someone speaks against foreign injustice(s) he becomes an enemy of the west and yet he is addressing the problems his people face, what’s disturbing the west? For the last 23 years NRM has been praised by the west for ONLY addressing their (Western) interests as a result the indigenous Ugandan has drowned in poverty is this fairness and justice? This is what Amin despite world sanctions managed to overcome.
Sanctions? Amin ran a regualr weekly supply jet to Stanstead airport to expesivley lift the scothc, etc for the troops. Amin set back Uganda by 2o years and the efects are still about. NRM were good reconstructive force for the first 7 years. But M7 is now prolifigate with the government money and thinks he is benovelent king.

Amin is not a demonised because he is an African. He is a demonised for his actions, bad rule and as a very bad human.

Shame on Saudis for offering the bufoon a refuge.
DAK

London, UK

#9 Apr 6, 2009
Visionary leader? Which school did Swaleh attend?

Since: Dec 08

London, UK

#10 Apr 10, 2009
Some people say things because they no too much but others say so because they don’t know or know too little. Similarly, others do so for the purpose of point scoring. However, the idea that ONLY western media like BBC & CNN tell the truth isn’t true when it comes to Africa unless he is a bit on the side to benefit (i.e. South Africa a case in point) Jut look at the state of all colonial nations are they progressing if so which way? Refugees still come to the master they even gave us a new name (Third World or Poor nations and yet they get their raw materials from the man they call poor) and here we are CONFIRMING how stupid we are. Those who buy such ideas often forget that Western Media is all about. Please say the right things for our own good.

Since: Dec 08

London, UK

#11 Apr 10, 2009
It’s not the school that’s important; it’s what you do with the knowledge that you have and your level of judgement in all issues social and personal. University is good but its YOU that make it better. Have you changed your nation beyond what the colonialists left? I sincerely hope you are not in a foreign land yourself I’d like to know this. Britain built Uganda with the help of what you call illiterates and they did a perfect job where there is language problem, they use language interpreter they did not destroy what they never understood but built upon it. In the case Amin they even trained, promoted and encouraged Amin to remove Milton who himself was a hero, nationalist and a good Ugandan. So my brother our problems are partly colonial in nature and partly ourselves to sort-out. let us be honest to ourselves so that tomorrow our children can know what foundation we’ve built.
Majid Alemi Junior

Canada

#12 Apr 29, 2009
Re: Read. I will phone those you mention here their contact. and hear from them. also if kakwa community buried him in koboko, then we just sent our contribution for funeral rites. the daughter, the son,and the MP for kakwa kumuro in koboko. majid alemi junior. in BC.

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From: MIKE BUGASON <bugason@hotmail.com>
To: majid alemi junior <majidalemijunior@yahoo.com >
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 6:30:50 AM
Subject: RE: Orbituary: Col Jackson Asiki

Majid,
Thanks for your prompt response. If there are any contributions or arrangements, I suggest you contact the late's daughter, Agnes Akulia Asiki, and son, Apollo Asiki, in Kampala on +256 782 324 707. The Kinshasa arrangements are being coordinated by the honorable Member of Parliament for Kakwa/Kumuro/Ingbokolo, Tel +243 990 903 362. The Hon MP told me that it would require about U.S $10,000 to repartriate the body home (i.e. U.S$ 3,000 for the fee for authorizing repatriation of bodies of deceased foreigners; U.S 5,000 plane charter; plus about U.S$ 2,000 for other associated costs e.g. preservation, coffin, coffin wrapping, handling, etc. The huge costs involved actually forced them to opt for a burial in Kinshasa. Probably, burial will be tomorrow. Hope this clarification suffices. Mike
Majid Alemi Junior

Canada

#13 Apr 29, 2009
Re: Read. I will phone those you mention here their contact. and hear from
them. also if kakwa community buried him in koboko, then we just sent our
contribution for funeral rites. the daughter, the son,and the MP for kakwa
kumuro in koboko. majid alemi junior. in BC.

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From: MIKE BUGASON
To: majid alemi junior majid alemi junior
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 6:30:50 AM
Subject: RE: Orbituary: Col Jackson Asiki

Majid,
Thanks for your prompt response. If there are any contributions or
arrangements, I suggest you contact the late's daughter, Agnes Akulia Asiki,
and son, Apollo Asiki, in Kampala on +256 782 324 707. The Kinshasa
arrangements are being coordinated by the honorable Member of Parliament for
Kakwa/Kumuro/Ingbokolo, Tel +243 990 903 362. The Hon MP told me that it would
require about U.S $10,000 to repartriate the body home (i.e. U.S$ 3,000 for the
fee for authorizing repatriation of bodies of deceased foreigners; U.S 5,000
plane charter; plus about U.S$ 2,000 for other associated costs e.g.
preservation, coffin, coffin wrapping, handling, etc. The huge costs involved
actually forced them to opt for a burial in Kinshasa. Probably, burial will be
tomorrow. Hope this clarification suffices. Mike Re. seems time is running out
since the kakwa community in kinshasa decided to bury him today in kinshasa. we
then send the contribution fr funeral rites to the daughter, son, and the MP
you mention here. I will sent my contribution via my young brother jaffar amin
remo. then will be able to deliver it to the son in kampala. or the MP. majid
alemi junior.


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Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 05:40:04 -0700
From: majid alemi junior
Subject: Re: Orbituary: Col Jackson Asiki
To: bugason
CC: majid alemi junior

Re: thank you bro. mike bugason. for the Info. I & my Family. send message of
sympathy,sorrow,condollence to the family of late, col. asiki. may almighty god
rest his soul in eternal peace amen. I did forwarded the message you send to
fellow kakwa communities worldwide. also I spoke to baba hussein diliga on
phone in arua. my suggestion that, the lates body be brought and burried in
arua. if we all agree I sent my contribution to baba hussein diliga for
transporting the body, as well for funeral rites in koboko. majid alemi junior
in BC. vancouver. western canada.

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From: MIKE BUGASON
To: majid alemi junior
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 4:17:01 AM
Subject: Orbituary: Col Jackson Asiki

Hi Majid,
I thought I should inform you, and those you believe need to know, that our
brother Col Jackson Asiki, former CO Masaka in the 1970s, succumbed to death in
Kinshasa yesterday, 28 April 2009, after unsuccessfuly battling an internal
organ problem. At the time of his demise, Col Asiki had started processing his
repatriation to Uganda under the MONUC DDRRR program. unfortunately, his good
intentions were overtaken by the speed of death. He was my good friend in
Kinshasa. I helped link him with his family before the end of my tour of duty
in Kinshasa (Uganda Embassy). Arrangements are underway for his burial. The
Kakwa community in Kinshasa think, in view of current economic realities, he
should be buried in Kinshasa. However, the family members in Kampala, Arua and
Koboko wish his corpse could be transported for burial at his ancestral village
in Koboko (Adibu), funds permitting. Pray for them.

May his soul rest in etrnal peace.

Please inform those whom you think need to know.

Mike Bugason Re. thanks for Info. bro.mike bugason. I did fwd this to kakwa
communities worldwide earlier. majid alem junior.

Since: Dec 08

London, UK

#14 Apr 29, 2009
It’s always a joyful thing when a child is born at the same time sad thing to lose loved ones. There is no land, which is designated for a particular human being. Land everywhere belongs to almighty (ALLAH) GOD and he created it for all. However, in the present circumstances, we’ve reached the later; we should now all submit our brother to his will and protection for him and him alone knows what he intends for us. May his soul rest in eternal peace a mina.
Majid Alemi Junior

Surrey, Canada

#15 May 1, 2009
Re: thank you brother remo. this to all westnilers members, & kakwa community in particular. the Info I recieve from Agnees Akulia the daughter of late. Col. Jackson Asiki, RIP. that, her late, father, was layed to rest two days ago in kinshasa. dr. congo. now we have to do are to celebrate. his life which will be in adibu koboko. agnees told me yesterday that, she will leave tommorrow from kampala to adibu, koboko for the events. I also got intouch with my young brother, jaffar amin remo I did send him our contribution. he confirm the amount i send, & he deliver it yesterday to agness both agness and remo met yesterday in kampala. read remos message bellow. when agness reached adibu koboko, she will update me. and rhe members will be informed. I would also want to thank brother. mike for the info to me. from majid alemi junior. in BC. cc: westnilenet@kym.net,kobokonet@ yahoogroups.com members.
Majid Alemi Junior

Vancouver, Canada

#16 May 23, 2009
Re: who was Al- haji Idi Amin Dada. RIP. click here. http://www.connectuganda.com/content/view/328 if web did not appear, just google it. add to your favourite. forward. we his children are showing the other side of our father. good things he did for uganda and the people in the country. by. majid alemi junior.& family. in BC. western canada. salam warahma.
Majid Alemi Junior

Vancouver, Canada

#17 May 25, 2009
A Special Dua Prayers Will take Place Saturday. June. 6th,2009. For all our loved ones who are not with us anymore. at mzebaba. RIP.al-haji idi amin dada alemis house in arua. tanganyika village. today marks may.25th when our late. aunty. hajati. RIP. araba deiya amin died last year. so the dua are her, and late baba. RIP. ramadhan amin, baba.RIP.amule kivumbi amin, baba.RIP. maj. moshe amin abdi nebi. time. 1:00pm. all are invited. contact. baba diliga, and jaffar amin remo. and safi amule in arua. Re: at last i talked to baba diliga just now on his c/phone. he said he was
invited for the wedding which will be on sunday. may 31,2009. in kampala. then
he will go back to arua on june. 2nd,2009. the dua in arua at mzebaba RIP. al-
haji idi amin dada alemis house in arua tanganyika village are now fixed. june.
saturday. 6th,2009. baba diliga told me that, he will talk to safi amule &
others to pospond 30th 2009 date of may now extended to june. 6th,2009. over
to you. keep me updated. majid alemi junior in BC. Re: at present. baba
diliga are asking brothers and sisters in kampala for to contrbute to help for
the weding on may. 31st,2009 in kampala. love.
> OK
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> best Regards
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> Jaffar

> OK
> best Regards
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> Jaffar
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> --- On Mon, 5/25/09, mfalemi@telus.net <mfalemi@telus.net> wrote:
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> From: mfalemi@telus.net <mfalemi@telus.net>
> Subject: Greetings from vancouver.
> To: "Remo Alemi Dada" <alemi_dada@yahoo.com>
> Cc: mfalemi@telus.net
> Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 2:05 PM
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> Re: brother remo. i did talk to your wife just now. she told me baba diliga
> went to the town. i tried baba diligas phone line. maybe on charge. i will
> try
> to talk to him this evening your time there. sponsor by.majid alemi junior. in BC. Vancouver. Western Canada.
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Majid Alemi Junior

Vancouver, Canada

#18 May 28, 2009
Will do,


since these are my inlaws fine.

6th June will be a good thing.


The whole Al-Amin Family just might be arriving from Jeddah.

The Notice was One month..........

I wish they could join the dua too.



Yours faithfully

Jaffar





--- On Thu, 5/28/09, majid alemi junior wrote:

From: majid alemi junior
Subject: A Special Dua to all our loved ones who are not with us anymore.
To: aligaone in jeddah. saudi arabia.
Cc: jaffar amin dada hussein juruga amin kadara kursum amin khadija abiriya amin lugala muhamed
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 12:58 PM

Remo Alemi Dada

Quoting majid alemi junior.
Re: at last i talked to baba diliga just now on his c/phone. he said he was
invited for the wedding which will be on sunday. may 31,2009. in kampala. then
he will go back to arua on june. 2nd,2009. the dua in arua at mzebaba RIP. al-
haji idi amin dada alemis house in arua tanganyika village are now fixed. june.
saturday. 6th,2009. baba diliga told me that, he will talk to safi amule &
others to pospond 30th 2009 date of may now extended to june. 6th,2009. over
to you. keep me updated. majid alemi junior in BC. Re: at present. baba
diliga are asking brothers and sisters in kampala for to contrbute to help for
the weding on may. 31st,2009 in kampala. love.
> OK
>
> best Regards
>
> Jaffar

> OK
> best Regards
>
> Jaffar
>
>
> --- On Mon, 5/25/09, majid alemi junior. wrote:
>
>
> From: majid alemi junior. in BC.
> Subject: Greetings from vancouver.
> To: "Remo Alemi Dada"
> Cc: majid alemi junior.
> Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 2:05 PM
>
>
>
> Re: brother remo. i did talk to your wife just now. she told me baba diliga
> went to the town. i tried baba diligas phone line. maybe on charge. i will
> try
> to talk to him this evening your time there. majid.
> Re: the Invited. Guests. are. the governor of westnile and his family. major.
abiriga, maj.gen. idirisi mustapher & family,maj.general,lumago & family,maj.
gen. hussein gowan & family, lt.gen. moses ali & family, lt.col. nasuru abdalla
& family former gov.of central prov. the mayor of kampala. nasser sebagala,hajati. mama. anuna umari & family, also we extended the invitation to mama miria obote and her son, jimmy akena lira manicipality MP. all
army officers the soldiers, civil servants who served under mzebaba. RIP.al-
haji idi amin dada, all family members. welcome. lunch & refreshments will be served.by majid alemi junior in BC. Re: baba hussein diliga, & jaffar remo,major. ahmed dudu, capt. muzamil amule. are the committees that will handle the events, plus volunteers in arua & kobok. all media are invited to report the events. jaffar keep me infirm of the progrees. salam warahma. majid alemi junior in BC. the events are sponsor by me.
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DAK

London, UK

#19 May 29, 2009
Majid Alemi Junior wrote:
Will do,
since these are my inlaws fine.
6th June will be a good thing.
The whole Al-Amin Family just might be arriving from Jeddah.
The Notice was One month..........
I wish they could join the dua too.
Yours faithfully
Jaffar
--- On Thu, 5/28/09, majid alemi junior wrote:
From: majid alemi junior
Subject: A Special Dua to all our loved ones who are not with us anymore.
To: aligaone in jeddah. saudi arabia.
Cc: jaffar amin dada hussein juruga amin kadara kursum amin khadija abiriya amin lugala muhamed
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009, 12:58 PM
Remo Alemi Dada
Quoting majid alemi junior.
Re: at last i talked to baba diliga just now on his c/phone. he said he was
invited for the wedding which will be on sunday. may 31,2009. in kampala. then
he will go back to arua on june. 2nd,2009. the dua in arua at mzebaba RIP. al-
haji idi amin dada alemis house in arua tanganyika village are now fixed. june.
saturday. 6th,2009. baba diliga told me that, he will talk to safi amule &
others to pospond 30th 2009 date of may now extended to june. 6th,2009. over
to you. keep me updated. majid alemi junior in BC. Re: at present. baba
diliga are asking brothers and sisters in kampala for to contrbute to help for
the weding on may. 31st,2009 in kampala. love.
> OK
>
> best Regards
>
> Jaffar
> OK
> best Regards
>
> Jaffar
>
>
> --- On Mon, 5/25/09, majid alemi junior. wrote:
>
>
> From: majid alemi junior. in BC.
> Subject: Greetings from vancouver.
> To: "Remo Alemi Dada"
> Cc: majid alemi junior.
> Date: Monday, May 25, 2009, 2:05 PM
>
>
>
> Re: brother remo. i did talk to your wife just now. she told me baba diliga
> went to the town. i tried baba diligas phone line. maybe on charge. i will
> try
> to talk to him this evening your time there. majid.
> Re: the Invited. Guests. are. the governor of westnile and his family. major.
abiriga, maj.gen. idirisi mustapher & family,maj.general,lumago & family,maj.
gen. hussein gowan & family, lt.gen. moses ali & family, lt.col. nasuru abdalla
& family former gov.of central prov. the mayor of kampala. nasser sebagala,hajati. mama. anuna umari & family, also we extended the invitation to mama miria obote and her son, jimmy akena lira manicipality MP. all
army officers the soldiers, civil servants who served under mzebaba. RIP.al-
haji idi amin dada, all family members. welcome. lunch & refreshments will be served.by majid alemi junior in BC. Re: baba hussein diliga, & jaffar remo,major. ahmed dudu, capt. muzamil amule. are the committees that will handle the events, plus volunteers in arua & kobok. all media are invited to report the events. jaffar keep me infirm of the progrees. salam warahma. majid alemi junior in BC. the events are sponsor by me.
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LOL. Now the whiskey totting Haji Amin is elevated to Al Amin! What should such a damaging peice of lifeform deserve? Not remembrance. Ask his many wives how they were treated.
Majid Alemi Junior

Vancouver, Canada

#20 May 29, 2009
The operative word was Training potential opponents of the Movement
Government.

His Allegiance was to FAC.

You will have to under stand this Enigma by understanding his CV.

Born in 1958 son to the Late Field Marshal Idi Amin Dada.

Sent to an Cadet Air Force Training in Ukraine former USSR 1973-1978

Returned in 1978-joined Uganda Air force as a Group Captain / mind you the equivalent rank in the Army is a Colonel.

Commando Training Kabamba 1978 with the Strike Force ""Camanyola" "
Presidential Guards.

Fokka Friendship civilian aircraft training in the Netherlands 1978-79

Fighter squadron training in Tripoli using Czechoslovakian fighter planes
1979-1982.

Rapid Response Division Commander {Three star General} in the FAC Tour of Duty in south Eastern DRC Congo as part of the Joint coalition that responded to Desiree Kabila’s call for friendly forces Including Angola, Zinbabwe , Tchad , & the Ugandan SIERRA Division under FAC to come and defend the integrity of Congo Democratic Republic, right up to the date he decided to return to Uganda following the demise of his Father.

Signs Lusaka Peace Accord and returns to Mother land in 2003.

Offers to work hand in with Movement Government in his Homeland Areas to pacify his The North & West Nile in the name of Broad Based Government.

Here indeed is one person alone who can reconcile these two critical areas of
our country since his Father hails from West Nile & his Mother{The Late Helen Etchi of the Ebuje Clan daughter to Mzee Edrofosi of the Lango Diang; who was married to a maiden who hails from Dr. Milton Obote’ Akokoro Luyima Clan.

The significance of this former Warrior turned Peacemaker cannot be over
looked by the usual un-researched commentary from our media houses. If there is one man who understands the significance of this effective Professional Soldier then that man is HE Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the one person the media houses Grudgingly give a thumbs up on Political and Military Acumen.

Titles & Ranks a rudimentary whether Major General {Two stars} in Uganda or his former Three Star status he used to Enjoy in the FAC, his number one goal is resettlement of highly viable war combatants & the Politics of Development in the Wilderness Ugandan Journalists refer to as the northern Uganda.

Deputy Director General {DDG} sit well on his broad shoulders but alludes to the proverbial NRM notion of “Katebe” on the chair un-deployed since 2006.

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