Uganda's Political Turmoil Post Idi Amin by Mica Kiribedda
The Untold Stories (Who Killed Oyite Ojok)

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A young man is excited as he joins the Ugandan army to serve his nation and better his life. Little did he know that the regime he is serving in is one of the greatest dictators to be known to the world. Mica takes us through his hard childhood, training and dedication to the army. His biggest obstacle is the tribalism that is infesting Ugandan politics now as it was then. This book is a must read for anyone who wants to understand Ugandan and indeed African politics.

About Mica Kiribedda

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Mica Kiribedda was a soldier and trained aero engineer who served in the notorious dictator Idi Amin’s regime and the subsequent regime in Uganda. He witnessed many horrendous political events and tribal mass murders in both regimes and was a witness and survivor in a helicopter Oyite Ojok, an influential Army commander. Today his only contribution to Ugandan politics is through the pen in the safety of his flat with his wife and children.
Published December 22, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 193 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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