“Uganda Without Museveni”—Dr. Kiiza Besigye To Keynote New Book Launch

Copies of the book will be autographed by the guest of honour
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Author Nelson 


Uganda Without Museveni” by Nkwene N. Nelson features nine chapters and comes with a range of resources and thoughts that can help dismantle systems of subordination, injustices and dictatorship. This book is an informative read. Nkwene hopes more than anything that this book will inspire youth across the country to take up the front line, lift up their voices, and play their part in building an equal opportunity Uganda.


Nkwene discusses among other things how divide and conquer, non-violence and violence tactics can be used to weaken a dictator. He highlights how sabotage, and the right to revolution strategies weaken an oppressor. In part the book reads, “Museveni seized power by the gun, something many Ugandans forgave him and  supported him for but has lived by the same something Ugandans now denounce him for. Unless Museveni changes immediately after reading this book, otherwise there is a possibility that he may change when it’s too late.” 


Nkwene says this book is a call to Ugandans to move away from indifference towards active discontent in the struggle against Museveni's dictatorship. He urges that if Museveni unnecessarily prolongs and chooses no peaceful power transfer, Ugandans have the right to rise up and do away with him.


The book is available on Amazon. Copies are available at plot 6, Katonga Road, Nakasero, Kampala. 


Copies of the book will be autographed by the guest of honour and the author. 


Date: 22.09.2020

Time: 2:00 Pm.
Venue: Gardens of Plot 6.  Katonga Road. Nakasero. Kampala. 
Guest of Honour: Retired Col. Dr. Kiiza Besigye.
Guest Speakers.
Chairman Chapaa Karuhanga, 
Mr. Mulindwa Walid Lubega, 
Dr. Stella Nyanzi ( PhD),
Madam Joyce Adikini,
Hon. Patrick Amuriat Oboi.
Note: Remember to come with your face-mask on for this book signing and to observe other anti-COVID-19 spread measures.
For any correspondences contact the Author:  Nelson N Nkwene
Address:  Plot 6. Katonga Road. Nakasero. Kampala.
Phone: +25678 600602


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