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
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
On 29 April 2019 in the afternoon Cibitoke Police in collaboration with Burundi administration, the representative of Burundi Intelligence Services – Service National de Renseignement (SNR) from Bujumbura in the presence of a delegation of International Conference on the Great Lakes Region/ Expanded Joint Verification Mechanism (ICGLR/EJVM) surrendered to the Rwandan authorities on their border … Continue reading Burundi hands over Rwandan rebels
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
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
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?
Dear Mr. President, as the phrase goes that do as I say, not as I do, I have been keenly following the deteriorating state of relations between Rwanda and Uganda sparked by Uganda’s active support to Rwandan negative groups including known terrorists and this has made me think twice about your common reference to yourself … Continue reading DO AS I SAY, NOT AS I DO – An open letter to President Museveni