Monthly Archives: November 2018

Museveni’s Minister declares war on innocent Rwandans

By Mark Martin Karuhanga Security authorities in the district of Ntungamo, which borders neighboring Rwanda, are to begin rounding up and deporting “undocumented” Rwandans in the district. The Resident District Commissioner George Bakunda, who represents President Museveni in Ntungamo district, said the decision has been made “after establishing that many (Rwandans) have become a source of insecurity.” Therefore, he added,

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Museveni’s CMI misinformation website overcooks comments by US political groups

By Charles Kamya Ssentamu A website called Spy Reports has run a headline entitled US Congress warns Kagame against jailing Diane Rwigara, on a statement about a Rwandan woman who is already out of jail on bail, facing a court trial while out of detention. Spy Reports’ sweeping “US congress warns Kagame” headline and story builds on a brief statement

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Museveni’s official declares war on Rwandan “bapakasi”

By Mark Martin Karuhanga Security authorities in the district of Ntungamo, which borders neighboring Rwanda, are to begin rounding up and deporting “undocumented” Rwandans in the district. The Resident District Commissioner George Bakunda, who represents President Museveni in Ntungamo district, said the decision has been made “after establishing that many (Rwandans) have become a source of insecurity.” Therefore, he added,

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Museveni’s official attacks Rwanda’s Minister with string of false claims

By Peter Muhumuza An article published on Wednesday November 21 by the Ugandan news website Chimpreports says, “The government of Uganda has urged Rwanda ‘to always communicate its concerns through the rightful diplomatic channels.’” The website was quoting the permanent secretary at the Uganda Ministry of Foreign Affairs one Ambassador Patrick Mugoya who was speaking in response to Rwandan Foreign

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Genocide fugitives find sanctuary in Uganda

The genocide against Rwanda’s Tutsi began on 7th April 1994. Three days earlier, on 3rd April, the global Pan African Congress had kicked off in Kampala, closing on 8th April. But the carnage in Rwanda would persist for 100 days, claiming at least 10,000 lives a day and making it the most efficient genocide in human history. Most importantly, the

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