Reactions From Ugandans on The Police Murder of Alfred Olango


PNNscholar1 - Posted on 05 October 2016

Author: 
Ronald Muwanga

Krip-Hop Member/Journalist,  Ronald Muwanga of Uganda shares what Ugandans feel about the police killing of Alfred Olango in El Cajon, CA. USA.

 

Following the death of Ocen,a Ugandan male disabled person from Acholi region in Northern Uganda but was based in USA who was murdered by Police in California late last month, a lot of Ugandans wrote on social media to have their voices heard.



Below are some of the extractions.



Emmanuel Mwaka Lutukumoi, the Resident District Commissioner for Lira District have to this to say on 29th September at 12:15 •



Unacceptable! Alfred Olango killed in cold blood by a cop in El Cajon California...even after begging to be spared....no...Ugandan must ask for explanation and condem this racism act from America..Ongeto iya..Bila pa awobi! Bila pa Olango okok kwaa ping lakonye pe..wod Luo....wod gang...to oneko me nyeko...Wod Acholi..wod Laliiya...Bungatira...

 

Patrick Olobo shared Hudson Apunyo's post.





Pat Larubi a Journalist wrote;

I INTERACTED WITH HIM MANY TIMES.HE NEVER LIKED THOSE WHO SYMPATHISED WITH HIM AT ALL. MAY GOD BLESS HIS FAMILY.



TEARS OF GULU PROTEST: Alfred Olango has been killed by US police, black Americans are on protest for the killing of the said Ugandan.



For the people of Gulu and Acholi land, peaceful demonstration to the US Embassy in Kampala is underway.



We stand against such violence and inhuman treatment. Human right activist are all silent because it does not concern them but Olango is one of us our very own blood from Gulu.



We condemn such acts and call upon all citizens to follow suites. We want to build borders of peace not wars and why are we bieng subjected to death by guns? Is this the best we can be offered? Voice of America - VOA this is from the unheard voices in Gulu and over to you the U.S. Embassy Kampala we are on our way expect some guest anytime.......



An Acholi business man killed in the US

Pic: Ronald in a Black shirt and red and white baseball cap on pointing a microphone to a Black woman with a white shirt and gray jacket and gray skirt outside.  In the backgroundwhit and blue tents.

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