On the 9th December 2022, the UK sanctioned double agent Gen Kale Kayihura for human rights violations including torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment and punishment. In 2019, the USA sanctioned this brutal ruthless killer for human rights atrocities.
Below, UK’s foreign government link stating individuals and organisations that were sanctioned on Friday, 9th December 2022, by UK government.
Double agent General Kale Kayihura was sanctioned alongside other renown human rights abusers, drugs traffickers, sexual violators, terrorists and brutal oppressors from different jurisdictions around world. The UK sanctions targeted 30 individuals and entities oppressing fundamental freedoms around the world.
This includes 18 designations targeting individuals involved in violations and abuses of human rights and 6 perpetrators behind conflict-related sexual violence. A further 5 individuals targeted for their involvement in serious corruption and illicit finance.
Between 2005 to 2018, ruthless double agent Kale Kayihura alongside his real Chief, Criminal Paul Kagame, participated in kidnapping, enforced disappearances and assassinations of more than 100 Rwandans who were living in Uganda.
Profiles of designations, organised by geography
All individuals are subject to an asset freeze and travel ban for crimes against humanity. And entities/organisations are subject to asset freeze.
Crimea and Russia:
Valentin Aleksandrovich Oparin, Major of Justice and an investigator of the 534th Military Investigation Department of the Armed Forces of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation.
Andrey Vyacheslavovich Tishenin, senior detective in the Ukrainian Security Service.
Artur Rinatovich Shambazov, former senior detective in the main department for the protection of national statehood of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
Oleg Vladmirovich Tkachenko, Head of the Department for Public Prosecutors for the Rostov region.
Colonel Ramil Rakhmatulovich Ibatullin, member of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and has held the position of Commander of the 90th Tank Division.
Allah Karam Azizi, Warden of Razaee Shahr Prison, Alborz.
Iman Afshari, Presiding judge of Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.
Seyed Ali Mazloum, Presiding judge of Branch 29 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.
Mohammed-Reza Amouzad, Presiding judge of Branch 28 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.
Ali Alghasimehr, Prosecutor General of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran.
Ali Cheharmahali, Former Director of Evin Prison (July 2016 to July 2019).
Gholamreza Ziyayi, Former Director of Evin Prison (July 2019 to June 2020).
Hassan Babaei, Former Judge in the Revolutionary Court of Tehran.
Mostafa Mohebi, Former Director of State Prison Organisation in Tehran Province (June 2016 to June 2019).
Mousa Ghazanfarabadi, Former Head of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran (May 2016 to November 2020).
Milan Rajko Radoicic, a construction industry businessman and Vice-President of Srpska Lista/Serbian List (SL).
Zvonko Veselinovic, a businessman in the construction industry.
Katiba Macina, a jihadist and armed group in Mali run by Amadou Kouffa. The group are aligned with Al-Qaeda.
Ilan Shor, the Chairman of the Şor Party since 2016. He has also been a Member of the Moldovan Parliament since March 2019. Shor held the position of chair of Banca de Economii (BEM) between May 2014 and November 2014.
Vladimir Plahotniuc. The Democratic Party of Moldova chairman between December 2016 and June 2019.
The Office of the Chief of Military and Security Affairs.
The 33rd Light Infantry Division (33 LID) of the Myanmar Army.
The 99 Light Infantry Division (99 LID) of the Myanmar Army.
Sadrach Zeledón Rocha, Mayor of the municipality of Matagalpa.
Yohaira Hernández Chirino, Deputy Mayor of Matagalpa.
Mian Abdul Haq, a Muslim cleric of the Bharchundi Sharif shrine in Ghotki, Sindh, who is responsible for forced marriages and forced religious conversions of non-Muslims and minors.
Slobodan Tesic, a significant arms and munitions dealer in the Balkans.
Gordon Koang Beil, County Commissioner for Koch, Unity State, South Sudan.
Gatluak Nyang Hoth, County Commissioner for Mayendit (also referred to as Mayiandit), Unity State, South Sudan.
General Kale Kayihura, Inspector General of Police in Uganda from 2005 to 2018.
By: Rpf Gakwerere, a military corporal for more than three decades