RWANDA – UGANDA: President Museveni playing diversionary politics to draw sympathies in regards to Katuna/Gatuna border issue

In this gidital era, it is often said that tweets are not endorsements but one wonders what happens when one makes Foreign Policy on Twitter. It is a common practice that all sorts of policymakers are using Twitter to promote their policies and condemn their adversaries and Tweet offensives have become a favored method of … Continue reading RWANDA – UGANDA: President Museveni playing diversionary politics to draw sympathies in regards to Katuna/Gatuna border issue

President Museveni is Lacking Vision for Uganda – Miria Matembe

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

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

Tension within NRM party over Museveni’s 2021 unilateral campaign strategy

A cold war is currently brewing in the ruling National Resistance Movement, with party leaders clashing over President Museveni’s directive to recruit party cadres at village level ahead of 2021 elections. The centre of the conflict is apparently Museveni’s  decision to bypass the party Secretariat led by Justine Kasule Lumumba and use his office as … Continue reading Tension within NRM party over Museveni’s 2021 unilateral campaign strategy

UPDATES: Rwanda-Uganda relations not easing

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

Tribert Rujugiro: A War Criminal Turned Billionaire

Tribert Rujugiro Ayabatwa, a self-declared enemy of the government of Rwanda and the chief financier of Rwanda National Congress (RNC) recently denied claims that he was bankrolling rebel movements planning to overthrow the Rwandan government and claimed that if he decided to help rebel movements, President Kagame would be ousted in less than six months. … Continue reading Tribert Rujugiro: A War Criminal Turned Billionaire

Understanding Rwanda-Uganda tensions: Who is to blame?

The current political situation between Rwanda and Uganda over the latter’s belligerent actions including arrests, harassment and torture of Rwandans going to Uganda proves that the EAC Federation is a farfetched dream.  President Museveni has been for a long time an advocate of EAC Federation and on numerous occasions he has been the loudest advocate … Continue reading Understanding Rwanda-Uganda tensions: Who is to blame?

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