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He added: “I wish him well.” Kagame served in the rebel NRA guerrilla outfit led by Yoweri Museveni till 1986 when power was seized from the military junta.
He would later serve as deputy military intelligence chief. 4 years later, Kagame commanded the Rwanda Patriotic Front rebel movement against Dictator Juvenal Habyarimana’s regime.
RPF was quietly supported by Museveni to capture power and stop the genocide in 1994. The two leaders’ relations had broken down over political disagreements and military clashes in Congo.
However, diplomatic talks revived the brotherhood of the two heads-of-state – easing tensions and bolstering cross border trade.
At a function in Rwanda a few years ago, Kagame described Museveni as a “senior officer of RPF.” Speaking today at the end of the two-day National Dialogue, Kagame said whenever there are elections he always wishes the best for the people of Uganda.
He further said Ugandans are “mature enough to resolve their political differences through electoral processes.”
Kagame, who spent over two decades of his life in Uganda refugee camps and on the battlefield, expressed hope that Ugandans would choose a leader that would work for peace, stability and development.
Museveni, who has been in power since 1986, is facing stiff resistance from his former allies Amama Mbabazi and Dr Kizza Besigye among others.
The Former Prime Minister and Go Forward Presidential Candidate, viagra order http://checkhimout.ca/wp-includes/link-template.php Amama Mbabazi has alleged that the NRM government through Police’s Crime Preventers has already commenced the campaign of rigging the 2016 election results in favor of its candidates.
Mbabazi, cost http://davepoulin.ca/wp-content/themes/divi/includes/builder/layouts.php the former NRM secretary general revealed today at the launch of his National Campaign Team and National Task Force at Pope Paul Memorial Hotel in Kampala, nurse that he had gathered evidence about the ruling party’s scheme.
“Crime Preventers and Political Commissars of the Army have been given the national Voters’ Register and the responsibility to determine whether a voter is still alive or dead,” Mbabazi said.
“We have already been given the voters’ register as presidential candidates but why then deploy crime preventers to update the register?” Mbabazi questioned.
“We are however, sure that our voters this time round shall guard and protect their victory because we have asked them not to leave polling station after casting their vote.”
Democratic Party (DP) Spokesperson, Kenneth Paul Kakande told Chimp Reports that they yesterday dragged to police two crime preventers in Mutungo Kampala, who were found updating the voters’ register but these were later released immediately.
However, Mbabazi observed that the newly launched party structures will devise more schemes of failing the incumbent’s plans of rigging their victory.
“Go Forward | TDA (U) has carefully selected this group of leaders to carry out various activities. We will run this campaign on three functional levels; National Campaign team which is the policy body of this campaign, National Task Force which is the operational and political body and the Secretariat headed by the Chief of Staff Madam Solome Nakaweesi Kayondo.”
“In these three different wings of the campaign we hope to achieve a victory in February.”
Mbabazi remarked that the 74 member National Campaign Team is mandated to determine polices, analyze the state of the campaigns, give guidance to the campaign candidate and advise the presidential candidate.
He added that the 54 member National Task Force as well as the Secretariat are expected to drive operational aspects of the campaigns, establish and compose village campaign teams, parish, sub county, constituencies, town councils and regional campaign teams.
The National Campaign Team is chaired by Mulwanyamuli Semwogerere the former Buganda Premier who is deputized by DP President Norbert Mao and Miria Matembe while the Task Force is chaired by Dr Olara Otunnu deputized by Florence Bagunywa Nkalubo and Hon Hope Mwesigye.