Uganda Dares Rwanda Again as it Targets Rwandans in Latest Security Operation

In spite of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and Rwandan President Paul Kagame communicating an “eagerness” to exchange to determine the continuous circumstance between their two nations, it just appears to deteriorate.

In April, in excess of 40 Rwandans were captured in the western locale of Kasese. In spite of the fact that they were observed to be in control of substantial Rwandan national recognizable proof cards, they didn’t have consent to enter Uganda. The gathering was later discharged and sent back to Rwanda.

This most recent act by Uganda is seen by numerous individuals as a demonstration of incitement by Uganda towards Rwanda.


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