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Unwelcome Kagame and Museveni in London

Joweri Museveni and Paul Kagame

Joweri Museveni and Paul Kagame

On 20th and 21st October 2014, London is hosting the Global African Investment Summit. Presidents Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Joweri Museveni of Uganda are among the heads of states who will be attending. It is an undeniable fact that Africa requires a lot of capital from external investors for its development. Continue reading

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Museveni used the 7th Pan African Congress [1994] to kickstart his military campaign in the Great Lakes region

by BFBankie

Joweri Museveni and Paul Kagame

Joweri Museveni and Paul Kagame

Since the 80s the Ugandan president initiated several wars to pursue his expansionist and African ambitions – he took power in Kampala in 1986 after a long guerrilla war that killed hundreds of thousands of Ugandans. It was at the guise of the Pan African Congress of April 1994 in Kampala that he started the first big step of his regional military strategy by facilitating the assassination of two presidents, the Rwandan Juvenal Habyarimana and Burundian Cyprien Ntaryamira respectively on April 6th 1994.

20 years later, the Ugandan president with regional allies affirm that they can go even further in their campaign. “We are now much stronger in every sense of the word: politically, militarily, socially and economically.” This was his declaration in Kigali on April 7th, 2014 during the 20th commemoration of the Rwandan genocide. The statement obviously deliberately ignores the genocides war crimes and crimes against humanity they had to commit in the entire region to become what he states them to be today.

For those who have followed closely his political journey, they know how he has become a master of deception, and that perhaps explains his longevity in power but also his special relationship with the neo-colonialist forces which can match his policies of deceit.
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Rwanda: political uncertainty and organs’ trafficking!

Skulls displayed at The Rwandan Genocide Murambi Memorial

Skulls displayed at The Rwandan Genocide Murambi Memorial

September 2014, the Rwandan president Paul Kagame is in US. It is the UN month and the majority of world leaders pass by the UN headquarters in New York to address their peers and the rest of the world audience on issues they think are worth discussing for the betterment of our humanity. After a few weeks of internal rumbling inside the RPF inner circle and some political clean-up on his part, it is re-branding time. Continue reading

Can all Congolese and Rwandans dead through genocides get justice and be honoured?

Explaining prevailing situation to the general public

Explaining prevailing situation to the general public

We call for an acknowledgement of all genocides perpetrated against Congolese, Hutu, Acholi and Baganda by presidents Joweri Museveni of Uganda and Paul Kagame of Rwanda.

Silence is no more an option. Africans and their friends across the world, please Don’t Be Blind This Time. We cannot continue blaming the rest of the humanity for our misfortunes. Continue reading

Bantu people should vigorously respond to Museveni for his insults

Joweri Museveni - President of Uganda

Joweri Museveni – President of Uganda

In his speech during the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, which was held in Kigali on Monday April 7th, 2014, Ugandan president Joweri Museveni uttered that the first Rwandan president Gregoire Kayibanda was a traitor for emancipating his Hutu people from slavery imposed on them by Tutsi and their parasite feudal system. Continue reading