Press Freedom Series: Ugandan Journalist in Exile Details Intimidation By President Museveni

The Diaspora

Lawrence Kiwanuka Nsereko, a Ugandan journalist living in exile in the United States, describes how he met with President Yoweri Museveni after he wrote a story challenging the government.  Nsereko says he was later detained and beaten for refusing to cooperate. Although Uganda has hundreds of radio stations, he says, the government does not “tolerate criticism.”

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