Gen. Akandwanaho (Salim Saleh), Col. Muhozi in Kigali

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By Robert Mugabe

KIGALI-Rwanda, President Museveni’s brother and security adviser to the president Gen. Salim Saleh Akandwanaho and first son also special forces commander Lt Col. Muhozi are today expected to end their three days visit to Kigali.

The visit started during this weekend with a night in Kigali, special courtesy visit to Kagame’s farm Muhazi then to Kigali.

“The visit is ending today in the evening if nothing changes. There visit has been characterized by visiting different people in Kigali, I want to think that these men are not here for independence celebrations” the source in the office of the president intimated to Great Lakes Voice

When contacted, Uganda’s envoy to Rwanda Richard Kabonero refused to comment about the visit and referred this reporter to the office of the president. “Yes they are here. But, I am not going to speak about that. Please speak the office of the President.” Ambassador Kabonero said

A communication officer in the office of the President referred this reporter to the minister of local government with media in his portfolio.

When contacted, Minister James Musoni, could give details to the visit of the two men in the country.

“I saw Gen. Salim at Gahini function. The rest I don’t know and I am not the right person to answer,” James Musoni said.

Great Lakes Voice, understands that the function was a commemoration of Sam Kutesa’s father who past away at the mission in Gahini. Big number of Uganda’s government officials including MP’s, Ministers and religious leaders where present.


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