Recently, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has made commendable efforts to put an end to the terrorism of armed groups which, since 1994, have been spreading terror in its territory. Several of their military leaders have been killed by the Congolese army, including their leader, General Sylvestre Mudacumura; others were captured and hundreds of … Continue reading The Genocidaires in political outfit: the case of Marcel Sebatware, commissioner of the FDU-Inkingi in Belgium
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
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
Callixte Nsabimana Sankara former spokesperson for MRCD/FLN appeared in court on May 23, 2019 and his confession before the court is a vindication of further emerging proof that documents Uganda’s role and support to subversive groups against Rwanda. According to reports, more factual evidences including Whatsapp communication between Sankara and the CMI Chief Brigadier Abel … Continue reading Callixte Nsabimana reveals more evidence of Uganda’s support to subversive groups against the Government of Rwanda
Following the arrest of the self-proclaimed Major Callixte Nsabimana alias Sankara who claimed to be the leader of the so called National Forces for Liberation (FLN) of Rwanda; Ugandan government officials are in deep panic fearing that details regarding their evil plans to disrupt Rwanda’s security have been revealed. Equally in panic are members of … Continue reading The arrest of “Major” Nsabimana aka Sankara sends shock waves to President Museveni and his associates
The Self-styled Major Callixte Nsabimana alias Sankara who claimed to be the leader of an armed group called National Liberation Forces (FLN) was arrested, as confirmed by Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) and is expected before court soon. Self-Proclaimed Major Nsabimana Callixte Sankara Nsabimana Calixte a.k.a Sankara was born in 1982 in Rwabicuma, Nyanza district. He … Continue reading Callixte Sankara arrested, who is the next ?
Uganda’s alliance with FDLR is not premised on a shared ideology. It is an opportunistic one deriving from the “enemy-of-my-enemy-is-my-friend principle” that has prevailed for around two decades. It should be recalled that while the UN Security Council issued, on 1 November 2005, sanctions including travel ban against Murwanashyaka, the latter was given a Ugandan … Continue reading In the death of Ignace Murwanashyaka, Uganda loses an indispensable ally
A regional newspaper, The East African about what they call the “ease of tensions” at the Rwanda - Uganda borders. The paper bases this analysis on an interview they had with a couple of residents around the border area, mainly at Gatuna border post. This is far from the truth, according to officials who are … Continue reading UPDATES: Rwanda-Uganda relations not easing
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