Mohinder Dhillons camera work speaks for him all over the world. He captured some of the most significant historic events of the 20th century. Here in Uganda, he filmed and photographed the start of General Idi Amin Dadas rule in 1971 and his downfall in April 1979. He actually witnessed Amins desperate last flight out of Uganda forever from Jinja in a Libyan helicopter. In between, Dhillon got close enough to Amin to end up liking the man personally even as he reported on the murders committed in his name. And now he has documented all this in his memoir: My Camera, My Life.
Gerald Kyanjo, the Buganda representative in Nakasongola district, says they want Tumukunde to stop Buruuli from provoking them, saying it can lead to violence. Samuel Kaweesi, the spokesperson of Buruuli Chiefdom, says they want Tumukunde to stop the reconstruction of the Kabakas palace if peace is to prevail.