In a show of politics, President Museveni held an anti-corruption walk last week in Kampala from constitution square to Kololo independence ground. The chronicity of corruption in Uganda is uniformly political and bureaucratic. It is Bureaucratic in the sense that most cases of corruption in Uganda take place in service delivery and rule enforcement. Corruption … Continue reading Fighting corruption in Uganda or institutionalizing corruption?
There is a big crisis in every sector of Uganda. From the security sector to other sectors are not doing any better. It is only a matter of time and the impunity which goes on everywhere will come to light. The infighting within Uganda’s mafia circle has been exposed by media linked to Uganda’s Intelligence … Continue reading Uganda’s mafia goons at war with each other, attacking officials not submissive to them
The Great Lakes Eye has learnt that on 27 November 2019, Uganda’s Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) has arrested five university students of Rwandan origin on charges that are still unknown and are being kept at a military barracks. The four students at Kampala International University (KIU) arrested by CMI operatives from their Hostel include … Continue reading CMI Continues To Arrest and Mistreat Rwandans In Uganda
Rwandans and Congolese are again becoming victims of ongoing operation in Kisoro, Ntungamo ahead of president Museveni’s visit in the Area. According to eye witnesses, the operation targets Rwandans and some Congolese living or working in those areas. Sources in CMI indicate that the UPDF regiments in Kisoro- Ntungamo were ordered to arrest all Rwandans … Continue reading The massive arrest of Rwandans in Kisoro, an indication of how President Museveni is engulfed in fear of his own shadow
Early this year, the Great Lakes Eye shared with you an opinion by an exiled Ugandan politician, who is of the view that Museveni is a disgrace to Africa; yesterday a female politician revealed that Museveni is lacking vision for Uganda. Australia-based Ugandan physician-cum-politician Dr Aggrey Kiyingi has been closely monitoring the goings-on in this part … Continue reading President Museveni is Lacking Vision for Uganda – Miria Matembe
The inhuman treatment of Rwandan nationals in some parts of Uganda raises alarm, such cases are often documented in Ntungamo, Kisoro , Mbarara with majority of Rwandans employed by people in those Areas are often abused , severely beaten, work for no pay, face illegal imprisonment and other kinds of victimization. Uganda’s security organs particularly … Continue reading The inhuman treatment of Rwandans in Uganda is reaching alarming level
The government of Uganda has refuted that there is no RNC Uganda Province Committee ever in Uganda and media houses and blogs belonging to CMI have gone further to indicate that it was probably Kigali's creation to "reinforce" Rwanda’s media campaign against Uganda. Others said that it is Rwanda’s Intelligence organs move to launch a … Continue reading LUANDA MoU: Uganda should take a bold decision to arrest members of the RNC Uganda Province committee
President Tshisekedi spoke at the meeting of the Council of Ministers on Friday 22 November 2019, which discussed on the Security Situation in BENI and MINEMBWE. To this end, he announced the creation of a governmental commission composed of non-native personalities from these territories "to reflect on the measures to be taken to bring peace … Continue reading DRC: President Felix Antoine Tshisekedi announces the creation of a commission made up of non-native figures from Minembwe to look into this issue
On November 22, 2019, Ofwono Opondo Ofwono Uganda’s Media Centre Executive Director released a media statement refuting tangible facts that the government of Uganda is working closely with Rwanda National Congress (RNC) and other subversive groups , hostile individuals against the Government of Rwanda. Opondo’s statement is full of lies and contradictions since the Luanda … Continue reading OPINION:Someone coaching Ofwono Opondo on what to say or write in regards to issues concerning Rwanda- Uganda should be fired, enough with endless blunders!!!
From 4th May 2019 to date, several attacks on various Banyamulenge villages have left more than 200 innocent Banyamulenge civilians dead, 150,000 homeless, 40,000 houses incinerated, and 40,000 herds of cattle looted by the attackers. Observers say this is not just an ethnic problem. It is an international conflict with many foreign actors. Some 125,000 … Continue reading The international community needs to intervene to stop killings targeting the Banyamulenge people in DRC