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In a diplomatic note sent Monday to Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Kagame said Museveni’s victory in the February 18 presidential elections is “certainly a reflection of the trust the Ugandan people have in your ability to lead them forward in their quest for prosperity and socio-economic transformation.”

Kagame and Museveni are close friends, having fought together in the NRA war between 1981-86.

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After seizing power, Kagame served as Deputy Director of Military Intelligence (DMI) in the Ugandan government.

He would later travel for a military course at Fort Leavenworth in United States only to return to lead the RPF struggle against the regime of Juvenal Habyarimana following the death of Maj Gen Fred Rwigema.

Museveni played a key role in providing logistical supplies to the scattered RPF which Kagame remobilised to build enough capacity to fight and overwhelm the Rwanda genocidal forces.

The two leaders’ relations were in the mid 1990s temporarily strained by clashes of their countries’ military forces in DRC.

The ties returned to normal around 2010-11 following robust diplomatic engagements among the two countries’ topmost diplomats.

In his message, Kagame told Museveni that Rwanda wishes him “success in your term of office, and remains ready to strengthen the excellent ties existing between our two brotherly countries.”

Museveni defeated seven other presidential candidates with a 60 percent of the total vote count.

The opposition have since protested the outcome of the election.
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In a diplomatic note sent Sunday to Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Kagame said Museveni’s victory in the February 18 presidential elections is “certainly a reflection of the trust the Ugandan people have in your ability to lead them forward in their quest for prosperity and socio-economic transformation.”

Kagame and Museveni are close friends, having fought together in the NRA war between 1981-86.

After seizing power, Kagame served as Deputy Director of Military Intelligence (DMI) in the Ugandan government.

He would later travel for a military course at Fort Leavenworth in United States only to return to lead the RPF struggle against the regime of Juvenal Habyarimana following the death of Maj Gen Fred Rwigema.

Museveni played a key role in providing logistical supplies to the scattered RPF which Kagame remobilised to build enough capacity to fight and overwhelm the Rwanda genocidal forces.

The two leaders’ relations were in the mid 1990s temporarily strained by clashes of their countries’ military forces in DRC.

The ties returned to normal around 2010-11 following robust diplomatic engagements among the two countries’ topmost diplomats.

In his message, Kagame told Museveni that Rwanda wishes him “success in your term of office, and remains ready to strengthen the excellent ties existing between our two brotherly countries.”

Museveni defeated seven other presidential candidates with a 60 percent of the total vote count.

The opposition have since protested the outcome of the election.
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In a diplomatic note sent Sunday to Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Kagame said Museveni’s victory in the February 18 presidential elections is “certainly a reflection of the trust the Ugandan people have in your ability to lead them forward in their quest for prosperity and socio-economic transformation.”

Kagame and Museveni are close friends, having fought together in the NRA war between 1981-86.

After seizing power, Kagame served as Deputy Director of Military Intelligence (DMI) in the Ugandan government.

He would later travel for a military course at Fort Leavenworth in United States only to return to lead the RPF struggle against the regime of Juvenal Habyarimana following the death of Maj Gen Fred Rwigema.

Museveni played a key role in providing logistical supplies to the scattered RPF which Kagame remobilised to build enough capacity to fight and overwhelm the Rwanda genocidal forces.

The two leaders’ relations were in the mid 1990s temporarily strained by clashes of their countries’ military forces in DRC.

The ties returned to normal around 2010-11 following robust diplomatic engagements among the two countries’ topmost diplomats.

According to officials at Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Kagame in his message told Museveni that Rwanda wishes him “success in your term of office, and remains ready to strengthen the excellent ties existing between our two brotherly countries.”

Museveni defeated seven other presidential candidates with a 60 percent of the total vote count.

The opposition have since protested the outcome of the election.
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In a diplomatic note sent Sunday to Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Kagame said Museveni’s victory in the February 18 presidential elections is “certainly a reflection of the trust the Ugandan people have in your ability to lead them forward in their quest for prosperity and socio-economic transformation.”

Kagame and Museveni are close friends, having fought together in the NRA war between 1981-86.

After seizing power, Kagame served as Deputy Director of Military Intelligence (DMI) in the Ugandan government.

He would later travel for a military course at Fort Leavenworth in United States only to return to lead the RPF struggle against the regime of Juvenal Habyarimana following the death of Maj Gen Fred Rwigema.

Museveni played a key role in providing logistical supplies to the scattered RPF which Kagame remobilised to build enough capacity to fight and overwhelm the Rwanda genocidal forces.

The two leaders’ relations were in the mid 1990s temporarily strained by clashes of their countries’ military forces in DRC.

The ties returned to normal around 2010-11 following robust diplomatic engagements among the two countries’ topmost diplomats.

According to officials at Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry in Kampala, Kagame in his message told Museveni that Rwanda wishes him “success in your term of office, and remains ready to strengthen the excellent ties existing between our two brotherly countries.”

Museveni defeated seven other presidential candidates with a 60 percent of the total vote count.

The opposition have since protested the outcome of the election.
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In a diplomatic note sent Sunday to Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Kagame said Museveni’s victory in the February 18 presidential elections is “certainly a reflection of the trust the Ugandan people have in your ability to lead them forward in their quest for prosperity and socio-economic transformation.”

Kagame and Museveni are close friends, having fought together in the NRA war between 1981-86.

He would later travel for a military course at Fort Leavenworth in United States only to return to lead the RPF struggle against the regime of Juvenal Habyarimana following the death of Maj Gen Fred Rwigema.

Museveni played a key role in providing logistical supplies to the scattered RPF which Kagame remobilised to build enough capacity to fight and overwhelm the Rwanda genocidal forces.

According to officials at Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry in Kampala, Kagame in his message told Museveni that Rwanda wishes him “success in your term of office, and remains ready to strengthen the excellent ties existing between our two brotherly countries.”

Museveni defeated seven other presidential candidates with a 60 percent of the total vote count.

The opposition have since protested the outcome of the election.
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In a diplomatic note sent Sunday to Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry, Kagame said Museveni’s victory in the February 18 presidential elections is “certainly a reflection of the trust the Ugandan people have in your ability to lead them forward in their quest for prosperity and socio-economic transformation.”

Kagame and Museveni are close friends, having fought together in the NRA war between 1981-86.

He would later travel for a military course at Fort Leavenworth in United States only to return to lead the RPF struggle against the regime of Juvenal Habyarimana following the death of Maj Gen Fred Rwigema.

According to officials at Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Ministry in Kampala, Kagame in his message told Museveni that Rwanda wishes him “success in your term of office, and remains ready to strengthen the excellent ties existing between our two brotherly countries.”

Museveni defeated seven other presidential candidates with a 60 percent of the total vote count.

The opposition have since protested the outcome of the election.
At least if their were any fears of poor officiation in the APR FC camp, ailment http://cmavie.tv/theliac/client/plugins/paypal/paiement.php now that can be calmed down after CAF appointed four (4) Ugandan match officials to handle their crucial champions league weekend return leg against Mbabane Swallows from Zimbabwe.

The army side lost the first leg encounter by a solitary goal over a week ago at the Somhlolo National Stadium in Lobamba. The return leg will be at Stade Régional Nyamirambo in Kigali on Saturday with Fifa referee Alex Muhabi in control.

Muhabi has been appointed together with Samuel Kayondo and Ronald Katenya as the first and second assistants respectively with Ali Chelangat Sabilla acting as the reserve referee. Mahamat Abdoulaye Lawandji from Chad is the match commissioner.

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Appointment list.
APR F.C Vs Mbabane Swallows F.C
Center Referee: Alex Muhabi
1st Assistant: Samuel Kayondo
2nd Assistant: Ronald Katenya
Reserve Referee: Ali Chelangat Sabilla
Match Commissioner: Mahamat Abdoulaye
Lawandji (Chad)

Vital’O F.C (Burundi) Vs Lioli F.C.
Center Referee: Pierre Numbi Kibingo (DR
Congo)
1st Assistant: Daddy Diassiwa (DR Congo)
2nd Assistant: Martin Mukala (DR Congo)
Reserve Referee: Yannick Malala Kabanga (DR Congo)

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