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Gen Muhoozi returns home after second “successful” tour to Kigali

Lt. Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, Rwanda’s First Son and Commander Land Forces, returned home on Wednesday after a successful second tour to Kigali, Rwanda’s capital.

Gen Muhoozi, who also serves as President Museveni’s Senior Presidential Advisor on Special Operations, left for Kigali on Monday for yet another round of talks with Rwandan President Paul Kagame aimed at mending relations between the two countries.

During the follow-up discussions, he met with Rwandan President Paul Kagame in Village Urugwiro, the Rwandan president’s office, and paid a heartfelt respect to the victims of the Tutsi genocide at the Kigali genocide memorial.

Muhoozi also went on a visit of the Campaign Against Genocide Museum in Kigali to learn more about the liberation struggle’s history before shooting some hoops at the Kigali Arena, a new sports facility in Remera.

President Kagame’s farm was also visited by the Ugandan Senior Presidential Advisor on Special Operations, who was given Inyambo cows.

Lt Gen Muhoozi characterized the visit as successful.

“After a very productive three-day visit to Rwanda, I’d want to express my gratitude to His Excellency Paul Kagame, the Rwandan government, and the Rwandan people for the very kind welcome and treatment we received.” After returning home, Gen Muhoozi wrote, “We talked a wide variety of problems.”

He mentioned that one of the topics discussed at the meetings was “the few problems” still associated with the border reopening, such as the high cost of the PCR covid test.

“President Kagame assured me that everything would be resolved,” he claimed.

The Commander of the UPDF’s Land Forces, on the other hand, praised President Museveni for providing him the chance to negotiate between Uganda and Rwanda.

“I am grateful to President Museveni for providing me with the opportunity to serve my country by assisting in the rebuilding of Uganda’s critical strategic partnership with Rwanda.”

He mentioned that one of the topics discussed at the meetings was “the few problems” still associated with the border reopening, such as the high cost of the PCR covid test.

“President Kagame assured me that everything would be resolved,” he claimed.

The Commander of the UPDF’s Land Forces, on the other hand, praised President Museveni for providing him the chance to negotiate between Uganda and Rwanda.

“I am grateful to President Museveni for providing me with the opportunity to serve my country by assisting in the rebuilding of Uganda’s critical strategic partnership with Rwanda.”

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