For the past months in a row, many in Kitgum have been calling on Jomeo to ascertain whether his silence from media of late is not due to alleged RDC intimidations of the media in Kitgum, or he has thrown the towel before they can begin media boycott with business […]Read more
Investigation has began into allegation that the Nebbi Anglican Diocese bishop Wathokudu Alphonse was involved in grabbing Olar Upenja land . The bishop has been named among those that allegedly grabbed more than 46 acres of land belonging to Olar Upenja at Amuze village ,Zeu sub- county in Zombo District. […]Read more
Albertine region’s Human Rights Defenders receiving threats from Government officials ,business men and Oil companies.
There are concerns for the safety of human rights defenders working in the Albertine region of Uganda as they confront land grabbing and severe abuse of natural resources in the Albertine Graben . Human Rights Defenders in the region are systematically being targeted for their stands on environmental destruction being […]Read more
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni ordered his army to attack Béni Territory in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) two days before Christmas.
“While the rest of the world celebrates their hopes for the New Year, the Congolese suffer repression and death that were caused by Museveni and Kabila.” As soon as Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni ordered his army to attack Béni Territory in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) two days before […]Read more
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is the heart of Black Africa. Millions of Congolese have been murdered, massacred, enslaved, robbed of their resources, and driven from their homes since the Berlin Conference gave the “Congo Free State” to Belgium’s King Leopold II as his personal property in 1885. […]Read more
Rwanda genocide:Paul Kagame and Yoweri Kaguta Museveni betrayal of Rwandese and how they sponsored the killings and assassination of Juvenal Habyarimana.
The 1994 Rwandan genocide has often been described as the fastest killing spree of the twentieth century, taking up to a million victims in a mere 100 days. One of the key drivers of the murders was fear: fear of an actual army in jackboots and fatigues encroaching by the […]Read more