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Arua, Uganda

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

Thanks very much Brother Jaffar for all your efforts in organising the dua for all our deceased relations even though some of us werenít physically present our prayers are with you and the entire West Nile Community in the UK. Youíve done what Islam demands i.e. this is one of the final services we can do for our relatives, and an opportunity to remember their own brief existence here on earth. The Prophet taught that three things could continue to help a person even after death, charity that he had given, knowledge, which he had taught, and prayers on their behalf by a righteous child.  (Jun 11, 2009 | post #26)

Arua, Uganda

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

If itís an attempt youíre trying to put forward for intellectual sharing, please avoid exchange of barbs in issues so private as here because your comment is so derisive. Regardless of your views this is a family affair and does not warrant your opinion. Please show degree of contrition.Kind regards  (Jun 4, 2009 | post #21)

Arua, Uganda

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

Itís 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, weíve 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.  (Apr 29, 2009 | post #14)

Arua, Uganda

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

Itís not the school thatís important; itís 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 Iíd 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 weíve built.  (Apr 10, 2009 | post #11)

Arua, Uganda

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

Some people say things because they no too much but others say so because they donít 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 isnít 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.  (Apr 10, 2009 | post #10)

Arua, Uganda

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

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) heíll never leave African-man alone. Today he is the same man saying ďwe should make poverty historyĒ but he is forgetting to ask the question ďwho made the African poorerĒ? 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, whatís 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.  (Apr 3, 2009 | post #7)

Arua, Uganda

The temperature is rising

Who does Museveni actually call wrongdoers? If anything, itís his own people who are in the centre of these so-called wrongdoers i.e. rampant corruption, favouritism in the government establishment(s) around the country, so such stern warning(s) should be addressed to them (his own people) in Kampala or Mbarara not in Arua, West Nile. If itís a threat to West Nilerís then he is only threatening himself. How many threats & suffering have the West Nilers been through already? Theyíve seen it all the good, the bad and the ugly so his threats will make no difference to West Nilers. Likewise, West Nile MPs leader(s) who act as buffers for Museveni to advance his oppression can expect reprisals if they do so K. SWALEH  (Mar 2, 2009 | post #1)

Arua, Uganda

Museveni reshuffles cabinet

BBC normally is tough but this time they are dealing with different animal and therefore must choose its words carefully because UK supports M7ís government thatís why Baroness Linder Chalker is based in Kampala, Uganda letís speak straight language.  (Feb 23, 2009 | post #3)

Arua, Uganda

Museveni reshuffles cabinet

There if nothing to be excited about. Museveni is / has not learned lesson from repeated example(s) around Africa despites 21 years or so in power. How can you run a national government with your brother, wife, son, and son in-laws as senior members of the government? Likewise, fill-up the entire senior cabinet posts and the so-called national armed forces with ONLY people from your own region? Isnít this encouraging corruption? Furthermore, am let to believe that in M7s mind nothing will ever change when it comes to Uganda politics but please learn from the likes of Mobutu, Kamuzu Banda, Bedel Bokassa and most events just recently in neighbouring Kenya at the same time, importantly Ugandaís history regardless of how tough or smart you may prove to be now this is a nation comprising of all sorts of religious, ethnicity, social problems and regional conflicts simmering waiting to rupture so therefore exercise more transparency, fairness and compassion or you and your cohorts may face the worse to come. Your close advisors are only keeping silent because they need their money but If you and your advisors think only those that you favour are the once you should buy purchase guns for, then, you better think again because one day (and that day will come not now but it will come) when things get awkward for you those with guns might not be around you. This is not a threat but a humble independent an advice to you.  (Feb 23, 2009 | post #1)

Arua, Uganda

Time has come to arrest the corrupt, says Museveni

Listen who is talking about getting-rid of corruption this time round? Not you Museveni again. I think you cannot hear your own voice? Itís your family yourself including your co-hearts from western Uganda that have been in the centre of this corruption for the last twenty one or so years and is just now beginning to realise there is corruption? Excuse me please do the right things. Most importantly, please be bold to address the social and regional disparities in the country. Likewise, encourage the values of fairness because these are values we all share in terms of humanity.  (Feb 20, 2009 | post #1)

Arua, Uganda

Museveni hits at Monitor, lists achievements

What kind of achievement has NRM government made? Yes, they manage to achieve increase level of nepotism, tribalism, inequality, lack of transparency and for the first time in the history of Uganda helped in coining the word " I.D.P. Internally displaced people". This is all it has achieved. Secondly, Uganda has once again been re-colonised and have become second-class citizens after the so-called investors. These know nothing investors are masquerading like under the cover of investors and swindle money with the support of the state President and his co-hearts from the West.  (Feb 13, 2009 | post #1)