Wednesday, 26 September 2012
Thursday, 20 September 2012
On January 30, 1973, a guerrilla identified as Yusuf (or Joseph) Malibo Abwooli from Wesenene, Mwenge, in Toro, was arrested at the Uganda Bookshop tea room in Kampala by the Public Safety Unit (PSU).
He had a pistol and three magazines.
Badru Semakula, who had been arrested in armed robbery, was put on firing squad that day. Although no one questioned whether Semakula was innocent or not, “the act of seeing him die was disturbing.” A tree stump still stands at the point where Semakula was executed.