Monthly Archives: July 2018

Harassment of Rwandans in Uganda takes new twist

The crackdown in Uganda against Rwandans that started more than a year ago has now taken a new twist. Uganda’s intelligence services, the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) and the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) are now targeting especially retired army and police officers, or anyone who has ever served in the Rwandan uniformed forces, accusing them of spying for Rwanda.

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No Rwandan safe in Uganda

In an ongoing show of hostility against Rwanda, President Yoweri Museveni’s security organs are singling out ordinary Rwandan citizens for harassment. It has reached an extent that, according to several people this news website has interviewed, the feeling is such that “no Rwandan is safe in Uganda any longer.” “Businessmen and women, traders, tourists and even those only travelling to

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Kagame commends Ethiopian, Eritrean leaders’ historic meeting

President Paul Kagame has commended the historic meeting between the leaders of Eritrea and Ethiopia in Asmara, describing it as the right thing for the people of the two neighbouring countries. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed arrived at Asmara International Airport on Sunday, for a meeting with Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki a moment many political commentators termed as “historic”. It

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