As MTN saga rambles on, Uganda peddles new contradictory deportation pretexts

Barely weeks since Uganda decided to ruthlessly arrest and deport the CEO of MTN’s Ugandan subsidiary, less than a month after it had deported its Chief Marketing Officer, its Head of Sales and Distribution, and its Head of Mobile Financial Services, various Ugandan tabloids linked to security organs have been peddling contradicting pretexts upon which … Continue reading As MTN saga rambles on, Uganda peddles new contradictory deportation pretexts

Gen. Ambassador Matayo Kyaligonza fights a female traffic officer – an illustration of unruly and aging UPDF

Uganda’s Ambassador to Burundi, Maj. Gen. Matayo Kyaligonza and UPDF guards assaulted, in a broad daylight, a Ugandan female traffic officer, for just doing her job: stopping a road user, Kyaligonza, for violating traffic rules as the General was making a wrongful U-turn in Seeta, Mukono on Sunday, 24 Feb 19. The assault to the … Continue reading Gen. Ambassador Matayo Kyaligonza fights a female traffic officer – an illustration of unruly and aging UPDF

DO AS I SAY, NOT AS I DO – An open letter to President Museveni

Dear Mr. President, as the phrase goes that do as I say, not as I do, I have been keenly following the deteriorating state of relations between Rwanda and Uganda sparked by Uganda’s active support to Rwandan negative groups including known terrorists and this has made me think twice about your common reference to yourself … Continue reading DO AS I SAY, NOT AS I DO – An open letter to President Museveni

Rwanda-Uganda relations through lens of The East African

The East African newspaper, normally the region’s most respected weekly, has written a baffling editorial with an equally baffling title –  “Kagame and Museveni must step carefully”. But all objective facts on the ground indicate the only person that is doing any “stepping” is Museveni, whether carefully or not. We shall get back to those … Continue reading Rwanda-Uganda relations through lens of The East African

Uganda’s reaction to H.E Kagame remarks – a testament of its support to Rwandan enemies

In an interview by H.E Paul Kagame with the East African journalist Pamela Sittoni on 17 Feb, 2019, H.E Paul Kagame blamed Rwandan nationals living in South Africa for providing wrong information to Uganda in a way to solicit support from the latter against Rwanda, which has led to a bad relationship between Rwanda and … Continue reading Uganda’s reaction to H.E Kagame remarks – a testament of its support to Rwandan enemies

Ugandan security organs in panic mode following the handover to Rwanda of two FDLR leaders

Following the arrest and final handover to Rwanda of the former FDLR spokesperson, Ignace Nkaka a.k.a. La Forge Fils Bazeye and the former outfit’s Ag. Head of Intelligence, Lt Col Jean Pierre Nsekanabo a.k.a Theophile Abega by the DRC government, the Ugandan top government officials are in serious panic fearing that details regarding their evil … Continue reading Ugandan security organs in panic mode following the handover to Rwanda of two FDLR leaders

World apart: President Museveni and his African counterparts at the 32nd ordinary AU summit

President Museveni receiving his DR Congo counterpart, President Felix Tshisekedi in Addis Ababa at the margins of the 32nd Ordinary Session of the African Union. Photo(Internet) Like the English idiom suggests, “a picture is worth a thousand words”. In this picture, President Museveni in a rain jacket, was receiving his DR Congo counterpart, President Felix … Continue reading World apart: President Museveni and his African counterparts at the 32nd ordinary AU summit

The new Capital of Burundi – is the Gitega project put on hold?

The People's Republic of China, through their Ambassador in Burundi has handed over presidential palace it had built for Burundi. New handed over presidential palace(Photo: Internet) The Ambassador of China to Burundi, Li Changli, handed over the new building worth the 150 million Yuan (US$22 million) located in Gasenyi in the north of the capital … Continue reading The new Capital of Burundi – is the Gitega project put on hold?

The current mess at MTN-Uganda, a reflection of the deep-rooted rot within the Ugandan system

Following the recent spate of deportations of high profile MTN top management leaders notably:  the chief marketing officer, Mr. Olivier Prentout (French), the mobile money general manager, Ms. Elsa Mussolini (Italian) and the General Manager for sales and distribution, Annie Tabura Bilenge (Rwandan) at MTN Uganda, the company has been braced with more deportations and … Continue reading The current mess at MTN-Uganda, a reflection of the deep-rooted rot within the Ugandan system

UGANDA: The truth behind president Museveni dropping all charges against Gen. Kale Kayihura

President Museveni has ordered the military court martial with immediate effect to drop all charges against former Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura. Sources close to former police boss say that he is now relaxed about the situation and has been meeting his friends, even hinting on the possibility of holding a celebration party … Continue reading UGANDA: The truth behind president Museveni dropping all charges against Gen. Kale Kayihura