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Mugisha Muntu cautions about Rwandan president Paul Kagame’s visit to Uganda

Former presidential candidate and former Commander of the UPDF General Gregory Mugisha Muntu has come out to caution about the visit of Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame to the country last week.

Kagame was in the country where he spent over two days that he described both as personal and business related.

He had primarily come to attend the birthday party of the first son Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba.

It should be recalled that Kagame had last stepped in Uganda about 4 years ago. A few years later Uganda and Rwanda got stark differences which fractured the relationship between the two countries leading to the closure of the Gatuna border for a period of about 2 years.

It was recently opened this year after bilateral talks between Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba and President Paul Kagame.

Taking to President Museveni’s tweet detailing Kagame’s visit to Uganda, Muntu said that Kagame’s visit to Uganda was highly welcome if it is aimed at the long term interests for the entire countries.

However if it was based on a few individualistic goals, then its doomed to fail.

Muntu while appearing on the NBS Morning Breeze said that all the recent unfoldings are aimed at preparing Muhoozi on taking over from his father Museveni.

He added that all this that is being done only brings the UPDF’s reputation into question because Muhoozi is still a serving soldier.

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