Yoweri Museveni

Uganda: Milton Allimadi on 02.18.2016 presidential election

Flashpoints Investigative Radio, on Pacifica/KPFA, 01.21.2015.

The U.S. and the upcoming Ugandan presidential election.

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, left, and challengers Amama Mbabazi, center, and Dr. Kizza Besigye, right

Museveni and Rice shake hands on Uganda's occupation of South Sudan

Susan Rice, left, and Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni KPFA Weekend News, 05.10.2015

"The cynicism and utter disregard for the lives of millions of Africans in Congo, Uganda, and South Sudan must end."  -Milton Allimadi

Western leaders shrill on Uganda's anti-gay bill, silent on Uganda heading the UN General Assembly

Milton Allimadi, Ugandan American Editor of the New York City-based Black Star News

KPFA Morning Mix, broadcast 04.23.2013 

Ugandan American newspaper editor Milton Allimadi spoke to KPFA Morning Mix host Anthony Fest and KPFA's Ann Garrison about his Black Star News editoria​l "Electing Kutesa Gen. Museveni's Top Spokesperson UN General Assembly President Would Reward Corruption, Tyranny And Homophobia."


Besigye and Otunnu ask the world to support human rights in Uganda


KPFA Evening News, 03.02.2014

Dr. Kizza Besigye, the former leader of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change, was also the party's presidential candidate in the country's last three elections. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Act into law on 02.26.2014, after news and argument over it had topped international headlines about Uganda for nearly five years. Ugandan opposition leader and three time presidential candidate Dr. Kizza Besigye became one of the first non-gay leaders to speak out against it, but he also said that the West should have sanctioned Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni years ago for violating the fundamental human right to life. University of Connecticut Professor Olara Otunnu added that the U.S. had instead bankrolled Museveni as he massacred Ugandans and citizens of neighboring countries. 

The international community's unforgivable betrayal of the people of South Sudan


KPFA Evening News, 01.05.2014

The U.S. considered sending its Ugandan and/or Ethiopian military partners into South Sudan to support President Salva Kiir, while South Sudanese called on the world to get Ugandan President Museveni, his troops and his high tech weapons out of their country. The South Sudanese Human Rights Society for Advocacy also called the international community's decision to offer Museveni a seat at South Sudan peace talks "an unforgivable betrayal of the people of South Sudan."


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