Opinion: Does the signing of MoU resolve the Rwanda-Uganda stand-off?

Many people have cheered the signing of the MoU in Angola between Rwanda and Uganda, particularly assessing which party stands to lose or gain in the deal.  But from the general perspective, the MoU sounds more diplomatic and clearly articulates all what is being done by the Government of Uganda in support of subversive groups … Continue reading Opinion: Does the signing of MoU resolve the Rwanda-Uganda stand-off?

The Inaugural Flight of the Revived Uganda Airlines Raises Concerns

On 27 August 2019 Uganda has resurrected its national airline that went moribund 18 years ago, resuming regional commercial routes operations. The inaugural flight of Uganda Airlines Company raises concerns to Ugandans as its first commercial flight had only eight passengers on board. This inaugural flight took off from Entebbe International Airport heading to Jomo … Continue reading The Inaugural Flight of the Revived Uganda Airlines Raises Concerns

The National Bar Association In Uganda Appeals To President Museveni For Implementing The Mou He Signed With Rwanda In Angola

On 27 August 2019, members of the legal fraternity in Uganda  - The National Bar Association In Uganda voiced their call to President Museveni imploring him to drop his fat ego and implement the clauses within the MoU he signed with in Luanda, Angola on 21 August 2019. In a Radio show on Uganda Radio … Continue reading The National Bar Association In Uganda Appeals To President Museveni For Implementing The Mou He Signed With Rwanda In Angola

FACTFILE: How Uganda Has Always Destabilized Rwanda

The Great Lakes Eye is here sharing facts from reliable sources; showing how the Ugandan leaders and President Kaguta Museveni himself involved in schemes meant to subvert Rwanda.   For a long time Uganda harbors rebels with intentions to subvert Rwanda as revealed by the 2018 UN Group of Experts report, according to which Rwandan … Continue reading FACTFILE: How Uganda Has Always Destabilized Rwanda

Will CMI and ISO Release Hundreds of Rwandans Languishing in Their Dungeons?

Many political observers are cheering the recent signed MoU’s in Angola between Uganda and Rwanda.   The signed MoU among other things called all parties to refrain from any political and military activities that may endanger security in the region.  Many political analysts assessed that the MoU refrained itself from finger-pointing, giving a hand of applause … Continue reading Will CMI and ISO Release Hundreds of Rwandans Languishing in Their Dungeons?

RNC Terror cells in Uganda in a state of wrangles

Kayumba and Kandiho, RNC and CIM bosses Despite CMI and ISO’s support to RNC group in Uganda, RNC has been hit by a series of defections, which are an indication of lack of cohesion among its members.  Information provided by one of RNC Commissioners based in South Africa is that RNC group in Uganda is … Continue reading RNC Terror cells in Uganda in a state of wrangles

Opinion: The Museveni I know, contrary to the one hailed by Theogene Rudasingwa

Of the recent, I came across a propaganda article written by Theogene Rudasingwa  the current chair of the so called Rwanda Freedom Movement – Ishakwe(RFM-Ishakwe)  and the coordinator of his ghost subversive group called the New- RNC. During the article that appeared at chimpreports, Rudasingwa heaped much praise to President Museveni to an extent to … Continue reading Opinion: The Museveni I know, contrary to the one hailed by Theogene Rudasingwa

The Financial Times is joining other international bodies to toe the undeniable Kagame line

The Financial Times was misled to publish lies by individuals calling themselves economists and researchers, claiming to have a scoop of the year, uncovered through research: “Rwanda is manipulating poverty figures and the world doesn’t know it!” For that, they quoted an expert professor on the subject and a young lady who testified to living … Continue reading The Financial Times is joining other international bodies to toe the undeniable Kagame line

Why do old EAC problems persist?

 “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink” If integration was a locomotive, the EAC would be an unpredictable line running on political will, making lengthy stops, at time in Nairobi, at times in Dar, in Kigali, Kampala, Juba or Buja train stations, to ensure that every passenger gets on … Continue reading Why do old EAC problems persist?

UGANDA SLOWLY BECOMING A FAILED STATE

Analysts indicate that Uganda under President Museveni is heading to unknown destination due to President Museveni's mismanagement of state affairs and continued failure to adjust to the changing environment. Indeed, President Museveni no longer differentiates the state and himself. In one of his remarks, President Museveni openly declared that he is not a servant or … Continue reading UGANDA SLOWLY BECOMING A FAILED STATE