COVID-19 saved CMI sponsored propagandists from early repatriation to Rwanda

With the COVID-19 pandemic, a key development in the last Luanda MoU meeting that scared to death a few Uganda’s Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence trolls who had been lured into illegal anti-Rwanda activities has been delayed.

In particular, Sulah Nuwamanya Wakabiligi and Prossy Bonabaana who operated under their CMI registered NGO, Self-worth Initiative (SWI), must have shivered with the signing of an extradition treaty between Rwanda and Uganda. Senile Museveni’s regime was willing to sacrifice them to have the border open. By sheer luck, the world faced a global pandemic of unprecedented scale and progress on the Luanda MoU stopped as the world focused on COVID-19. Nuwamanya and his fellow online criminals forget that they are only getting a temporary reprieve; the extradition treaty will eventually catch up with them. What Sulah Nuwamanya and his fellow Rwanda National Congress (RNC) terrorists do not seem to understand is that Museveni will be even more desperate to normalize relations with Rwanda after the COVID-19 crisis.

The Ugandan regime lost a lot because of its anti-Rwanda agenda. Senile Museveni deliberately decided to support terrorist militias like RNC, FDLR, FLN, and RUD-Urunana in a clear move to destabilize Rwanda via his proxy groups. Worst of all, his regime embarked on a manhunt, arbitrarily and illegally detaining innocent Rwandans that refused to join his terrorist enterprise. Rwanda issued a travel advisory to its citizens to protect them from the senseless manhunt in Uganda. Museveni’s hostile policies had effectively rendered Uganda unsafe for an important trading partner, its fourth export market. Within months, Uganda had registered over US$300 million loss and Museveni scrambled to normalize relations with Rwanda as his hostile stance had already cost him a lot.

Through the mediation of the Angolan and the Congolese Presidents, Rwanda and Uganda signed the Luanda MoU that had serious implications for ponds like Sulah Nuwamanya and other terrorists. With an extradition treaty, Rwanda will be able to present requests to have subversive actors based in Uganda sent back to Rwanda to face trial. Sulah Nuwamanya, bearer of Rwandan National ID 1 1974 8 0005445 0 67 will realize that Senile Museveni’s regime duped him. They continue to give him a false sense of security and direct him to launch vicious online anti-Rwanda propaganda.
When the economic challenges and the quest for economic recovery from COVID-19 hit Uganda, Senile Museveni will automatically seek to reestablish business links with Rwanda. Sulah Nuwamanya will learn a cold lesson in Museveni’s politics. Museveni will pack them up and ship them off to secure trade. While Abel Kandiho continues to pay them to smear Rwanda, they should know that in the NRM Kleptocracy, everyone is dispensable.

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