Tension As Yoweri Kaguta Museveni warns Ugandans from going to Rwanda

Once again, President Museveni’s government has warned its citizens not to go back to its southern-part neighbouring country due to an unsolved diplomatic standoff, the ChimpReports reports.

Yoweri Kaguta Museveni

According to the sources privy to the matter, the government of Uganda has warned Ugandans not to go back to Rwanda citing unsolved diplomatic standoffs between the two countries. Last year, around 370 Ugandans were brought back to their home country according to Uganda’s High Commission reports.

Following this exercise that was funded by the government of Uganda, it has continued to receive cries of several citizens who are stranded in Rwanda which has prompted it to warn citizens of visiting this state.

The government has now said that the repatriation exercise of those remaining citizens who are stranded in Rwanda is still ongoing where currently they are collecting data of these people. Over 3000 Ugandans are estimated to reside in Rwanda.

However, despite the government revealing that the exercise is ongoing, the remaining group of people who were not repatriated last year will now be required to use their own transport as the government claim that they (citizens) shunned the last exercise intentionally.

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Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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