Uganda Elections SMS

War criminal Yoweri Museveni should be behind bars for crimes against humanity and not in state house


Dear Sir/Madam
Its suprisingly to see that foreigners working in uganda are registered to participate in the forth comming elections, and this has been promoted by institutions inthis country, Lets see how many of these are registered, Mr.Maroine Nassufouddine
MAROINE NASSUFOUDDINE Polling Station: ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY A Parish: IU-IU Sub County: NORTHERN BOROUGH Constituency: MBALE MUNICIPALITY District: MBALE phone no,0702641051

Hes working with bakhresa grain milling company as a salesman recently granted work permit, but is ready to vote. Where are our laws, where are the concerned , who allowed this, who had a hand. Its these things which bring violence in this nation?

Concerned are you doing your jobs?

Itaka.

Uganda,Rwanda,Congo,CAR,Sudan,Somalia,etc blood letting monster


Admin says:

Its only in Uganda were more than half a million dead people and other absentees like exiles are registered to vote.

Our source in State house has informed us that president yoweri museveni’s medication was swaped 3 months ago by zikila(name changed for protection) in the interest of uganda.
by bad people

Stupid museveni has now dressed the army in police uniform.
Jessica

wat fucked up elections. ugandans are rewarding thieves with votes and u go and begin to complain!!!
FOR GOD AND MY COUNTRY
Sendi

OOOOOH DOSY UGANDANS! SLEEP WALKING..MBU ELECTIONS!!!!!!!!
Nanyonga

I never bothered going to vote, i sayed home and just wanked!!
Rob

WEN I LEFT FOR VOTING I COULD SEE MEN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES LOOKING AT ME WITH BAD EYES.GOD SAVE UGANDA FROM THIS CURSE OF RIGGING
Kizito

Democracy laughing at you

Museveni African leaders who Rigg to power are the biggest disease thats affecting the African continent the more they stay in power the more corrupt they became & start stealing elections illegaly which can lead to a long civil war in a country. this dictator MUST RESIGN !!!…
Zebro Semb

I’ve been talking with some British MPs and they are condemning Museveni’s rigging of the Feb 18 elections in Uganda by princewasajja

Besigye says he has info that Kiggundu will announce today that Museveni has won with 67.2% – implies result is pre-determined

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  1. Uganda Dictatorship issues polling day SMS rules

    As Ugandans prepare to head to the polls in less than 48 hours, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has asked bulk short message service providers not to allow their platforms to be used as a channel for what it said is information likely to incite.

    The commission warned yesterday that any provider who breaches guidelines that have been set for this service, which is mainly operated through cell phones, risks losing their operation licences and would face instant closure.

    UCC interim Executive Director Godfrey Mutabazi accompanied by a team from the regulatory body met industry players in the morning and issued specific warnings against sending messages that he said could instigate hatred, violence and unrest during the electioneering period.

    It is not yet clear if these guidelines have been prompted by promises by some sections of the political opposition to mobilise protests if the Electoral Commission, which they denounce as an extension of the ruling party, attempts to manipulate the result of the elections.

    UCC called the meeting in a letter which said: “You will recall that sometime back [a] similar concern was raised and consultations were held with most of you in order to come up with measures to address the problem.”

    According to a source within UCC, the commission first tried to quietly coax individual service providers against transmitting certain text messages. But some big players in the industry refused, insisting that the commission puts this demand in writing.

    During yesterday’s meeting, the short codes service providers were given guidelines on the kind of text and fax messages to avoid sending to the public. They were also cautioned against sending messages with negative tones and were asked to cooperate with law enforcement organs in the event anyone tries to force the providers to do otherwise.

    An industry source, who attended the meeting, however, said UCC did not say anything specific about SMS text messages being used as a mobilisation tool to rally peaceful protests.
    Recently, an SMS text message drawing parallels between the mass uprisings, which ultimately led to the toppling of the dictatorial regimes in Tunisia and Egypt to Uganda’s own situation, has been circulating, causing a stir in certain circles.

    Protesters in Tunisia and Egypt used SMS text messaging and social media networks to mobilise civilians to protest against their unpopular governments. Some providers emerged from the meeting saying UCC was threatening them. Speaking to Daily Monitor, a representative of one service provider who preferred anonymity for fear his employer could be targeted, said the commission was trying to gag Ugandans’ constitutional rights to freedom of information and expression.

    But Mr Mutabazi denied this suspicion. “We are not threatening anybody,” he told this newspaper yesterday. “Our duty is to remind providers to stay within the law.” Mr Mutabazi added that the commission was acting within its mandate as regulator. “We, as a commission will be meeting broadcasters on Thursday,” he said

    By John Njoroge

  2. How can we let this happen to our country we Ugandans we need to stand up for our own freedom . We have to stop being cowards and get ride of that criminal .
    I can’t believe there people who still consider that at list we get some sleep.

    • The problem with Uganda is the political class that takes our people for fools. You didn’t need rocket science to tell that the elections would be a waste of time. How can you trust people with no commonsense to ever run uganda??
      I’m sure, its high time we reclaimed our country back using commonsense.

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