Ugandan leadership continues to lie about the real causes of the deteriorating relations between Rwanda and Uganda

Sam Kuteesa: Minister of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Uganda In a show of panic that the world could have noticed that Uganda is the trouble causer in regard to the current tensions between Uganda and Rwanda, the Ugandan government officials have been of recent involved in a series of diplomatic briefings explaining the status … Continue reading Ugandan leadership continues to lie about the real causes of the deteriorating relations between Rwanda and Uganda

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

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

“We thought you don’t work for Kagame”

In this 2010 photo from an excursion of the River Nile in Uganda, the author is seated left with a briefcase; standing right behind him is Col. Stephen Oluka; while Col. Kasiita is 2nd left, third row; with Gen Gutti standing in the 2nd row, second right. It was on a sunny day in October … Continue reading “We thought you don’t work for Kagame”

Uganda plays victim card as Rwanda issues travel advisory to her citizens to avoid traveling to Uganda

Uganda’s Government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo said on 1 March 2019 that Rwanda was maintaining a blockade on its border with Uganda, denying her citizens permission to cross to Uganda. First and foremost, this is a naked lie as Rwanda hasn’t at any point blocked movements of goods or people on her border with Uganda. As … Continue reading Uganda plays victim card as Rwanda issues travel advisory to her citizens to avoid traveling to Uganda

Uganda’s reaction to H.E Kagame remarks – a testament of its support to Rwandan enemies

In an interview by H.E Paul Kagame with the East African journalist Pamela Sittoni on 17 Feb, 2019, H.E Paul Kagame blamed Rwandan nationals living in South Africa for providing wrong information to Uganda in a way to solicit support from the latter against Rwanda, which has led to a bad relationship between Rwanda and … Continue reading Uganda’s reaction to H.E Kagame remarks – a testament of its support to Rwandan enemies