Ignace Murwanashyaka, the leader of the notorious “Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), an offshoot of the genocidal regime responsible for the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, died on 16 April 2019 in Mannheim University Clinic, Germany. Arrested in 17 November 2009 for his leadership role in crimes committed by the FDLR in … Continue reading Why the death of Ignace Murwanashyaka is a big blow to both the FDLR and its Affiliates?
In the past three to four weeks, Ugandan media outlets especially The New Vision which is a government owned news paper have been publishing a series of interviews with leaders of a Rwandan terrorist group, the Rwanda National Congress (RNC) with view of preaching its propaganda against the government of Rwanda. The latest interview was … Continue reading President Museveni’s unwavering support to Rwandan terrorist groups is not yet to cease
Sources within the Burundian presidency have revealed to The Great Lakes Eye that President Nkurunziza intends to exploit the current political and economic crisis in Burundi to remain in power beyond 2020. To confirm Nkurunziza’s unwillingness to organize elections, his government has been collecting funds from poor peasants purportedly to supplement elections budget but reliable … Continue reading OPEN SECRET: Plans by President Nkurunziza to stay in power beyond 2020
Thousands of people have been injured physically, emotionally and psychologically as a result of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. As many are trying to heal, others are still wrecked. Journalists, as the eyes and ears of the public, have a big role to play in facilitating a smooth healing process. However, it is absurd, … Continue reading Genocide Denial: The Role of French Media
The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Armenia, Zohrab Mnatsakanyan, has urged governments and the international community to uphold the truth about the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, and justice. Mnatsakanyan made the remarks in Kigali on Friday after paying a courtesy call to Donatille Mukabalisa, the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies. The minister is … Continue reading Armenian foreign minister appeals for global fight against genocide denial.
Based on intelligence reports by Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) and Internal Security Organization (ISO) indicating that Rwanda is planning a regime change in Uganda, President Museveni directed his Finance Minister, Matia Kasaija to request parliament to authorize government to urgently borrow $100m equivalent to Shs380 to fund UPDF classified military activities. Subsequently, on 4 … Continue reading UNVEILED PLANS: Museveni directs treasury to increase classified defense budget to counter Rwandan threat
Mrs. Kimberly Sue Endicott, an American woman and Mr. Jean-Paul Mirenge Remezo, her Ugandan guide who were kidnapped while on safari over last past week have been freed, according to officials from Wild Frontiers, the safari company with which they were traveling. The Ugandan police said in a statement on Sunday that the police and security forces “have … Continue reading UGANDA: The American tourist who was kidnapped has been released after the ransom was paid
Members of the Uganda intelligence community seems to be bent on tarnishing Rwanda’s image by consistently feeding President Museveni with false intelligence reports that Rwanda is planning to oust him from power and that Rwanda has deployed a network of intelligence operatives in Uganda who are working with opposition groups to cause regime change. Sources … Continue reading Uganda’s Intelligence community likely to be plotting president Museveni’s downfall
Following the stopping of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda by the RPF, the culprits fled to countries around the globe from where quite a big number still enjoy ‘red carpet protocol’. They enjoy social welfare from western tax-payers’ money, are protected from justice and use this extended impunity and their enormously available … Continue reading RWANDA REMEMBERS: 25 years on, Genocide fugitives and criminals benefiting from silent accomplices in western capitals
In what seemed to be a psychological operation to insinuate a break through by Ugandan security forces in the search of an American national Kimbley Sue Endecott and her Ugandan driver Jean Paul who were on 2 April 2019 kidnapped by four armed men in Queen Elizabeth National Park, the Ugandan media oulets were yesterday … Continue reading As insecurity in Queen Elizabeth National Park continues to scare away tourists, Uganda tries to blame it on Rwanda by claiming that it has arrested 44 Rwandans nationals in the Park