Sowing the Mustard Seed contains a graphic account of a turbulent period in Uganda and provides an insider’s account of the wasted years following Amin’s overthrow in 1979. When Uganda’s first general election in two decades was rigged in December 1980, Museveni launched a guerilla war to fight against Milton Obote’s Sectarian dictatorship.
The war of liberation started in February 1981 with only 27 guns, and the National Resistance Movement and Army eventually took power in January 1986 and began the arduous task of rebuilding a shattered nation.
Sowing the Mustard Seed
Uganda has been transformed into a peaceful democratic and respected country on its way towards industrialization and modernization. Under Museveni’s leadership Uganda has become an example for the rest of Africa….