Uganda finally speaks out on the rising tension with Rwanda
Uganda has finally spoken out on the ongoing building tensions with neighbouring Rwanda. According to a statement from the Minister of foreign Affairs, Hon.Sam Kutesa, the allegations are undefounded.
This is after Rwanda closed its border with Uganda last Wednesday, citing ongoing works for the one stop boarder centre at Katuna/Gatuna.
Rwanda however later after media attacks accused Uganda of allegedly harbouring its disidents and aiding them to distabilize it, in addition to arrest, torture and detention without trial of its citizens living in Uganda.
However, Minister Sam Kutesa in a letter issued today says Uganda which has been the heart of East African integration, cannot be the same country breeding trouble in a regional partner state.
The government of Uganda now officially denies all the allegations put against it by Rwanda, including hosting hostile forces against Rwanda, torturing & arresting Rwandans, as well as sabotaging trade.