KAMPALA – Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has advised officials who occupy positions of influence in the security services to look back at where their predecessors are today.
The US government on September 13 slapped economically and travel sanctions to Gen Kale Kayihura and his family, accusing the former Inspector General of Police of gross human rights violations.
In a Facebook post, Bobiwine said that it is good news to all those who suffered untold human rights violations at the hands of Gen. Kale Kayihura and the brutal officers he commanded as well as to all freedom fighters in Uganda who have been demanding for justice for victims of murder, torture and other forms of state-inspired violence.
He said Gen. Kale accepted to be used by Museveni to commit so many atrocities against the people of Uganda.
“Today, even his wife and children and probably his grandchildren will have to pay the price for his insolence! As he is being brought to book, not even Museveni’s government sympathizes with the man who sold his soul to keep the regime in power,” he noted.
Adding that” he served his purpose in Museveni’s grand scheme, and that is what matters to him. Sadly, today he [Museveni] has a new set of people who have accepted to do the dirty job with even more brute force!”
Bobi Wine advised those who head ISO, ESO, CMI, LDUS, the police force, the ministry of security to stop committing atrocities against the people of Uganda!
“Those who have ears will hear. Those who don’t will wait for their turn,” he said.