President Isaias Afwerki returned home yesterday concluding a three-day official visit to Uganda at the invitation of President Yoweri Museveni. The following video covers his entire trip to the republic of Uganda.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni threw its support in backing Eritrea by dismissing the accusations labeled against the tiny red sea state for its alleged support to an al-Qaida affiliated group Al-Shabaab.
Museveni backstabbed an African country by playing an active part in the passing of the sanctions imposed against Eritrea on Christmas Eve 2009. Uganda used the privilege and position that it had as a temporary member of the Security Council to serve the interest of others than advance the interest of Africa.
By S Marcos
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni wrote a lengthy article[i] on the 21 March 2011 about Col. Gaddafi and the West’s actions in the ongoing Libyan conflict. Asserting that Gaddafi is an independent thinker, he wrote how he is “not able to understand the position of Western countries which appear to resent independent-minded leaders and seem to prefer puppets. “I am prompted to write this article by Museveni’s counting of himself amongst the “independent-minded African leaders” in order to show the gaping disconnect between his rhetorical gimmick and his track record. Continue reading Museveni and the Art of Puppetry→