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I will come for you, Museveni warns Machar
Posted Tuesday, December 31 2013 at 02:00
“We gave Riek Machar four days to respond (to the ceasefire offer) and if he doesn’t we shall have to go for him, all of us. That is what we agreed in Nairobi,” he told reporters in Juba.
Mr Opolot said the President’s visit was part of IGAD effort to end the fighting that broke out on December 15 as a power struggle but has now turned tribal.
Asked to deny or confirm whether the UPDF was actively involved with his government’s forces in combatting the rebels, Ambassador Luate said: “I have no idea whether Uganda is fighting in South Sudan.”
However, he later said that UPDF’s welcome in South Sudan “depends on whether they (UPDF) want to evacuate people in one day or to go on and evacuate in other states”.
Machar accuses Uganda of fuelling South Sudan conflict
Posted Wednesday, January 1 2014 at 02:00
But Dr Machar’s group said in their statement that IGAD’s efforts could be compromised by the actions of the Ugandan army. “If not stopped, the UPDF’s aggression may compromise IGAD attempt to remain instrumental and neutral in bringing an end to the crisis in South Sudan,” the statement said.
State House sources yesterday took the view that the South Sudan rebel forces are missing the point. Presidential Press Secretary Tamale Mirundi told the Daily Monitor that Dr Machar was misguided in attacking Mr Museveni in person.
By MERCY NALUGO
The MPs warned that President Museveni’s Monday statements in Juba places Uganda on a collision path with South Sudan and puts the lives of Ugandans there at risk. Mr Katuntu said South Sudan’s political problems cannot be sorted out militarily. “If we begin taking up arms and start shooting, this would be the biggest mistake we will have undertaken,” said Mr Katuntu.
Keep off Kenya affairs, Raila tells Museveni
Posted Monday, December 30 2013 at 02:00
President Museveni’s spokesperson, Mr Tamale Mirundi, accused the former Kenyan Premier of trying to make a mountain out of a molehill, saying “the President does not meddle in the affairs of other nations unless the situation warrants his intervention”.
However, despite his disclaimer for not interfering in Kenya’s domestic affairs, Mr Odinga took offence.
Speaking at a memorial service in Butangi, Busia County [Kenya] at the weekend, Mr Odinga urged Mr Museveni to desist from Kenyan internal affairs.
“A very irresponsible statement was made during the 50th day celebrations, a very solemn occasion when the President of Uganda said Kenyans voted against imperial dictation that Kenyans rejected what they were being asked to do at the polls and even liken this election to a second Mau Mau revolution,” Mr Odinga said.
He added: “He implied that those people who were running those election were being sponsored by some foreign powers.”
“Kenyans know what they want, they know their leaders and they know what they want. They know what they want and they vote according to their choices. They do not need any kind of advice from
Mr Odinga lost the presidential race to Uhuru Kenyatta in the March 4 polls.
Machar to Museveni: ‘Back off’ our country Daily Monitor 00:03
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Army defections as South Sudan violence spreads Posted: Dec 18, 2013 8:37 AM Updated: Dec 18, 2013 8:37 AM KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) - A South Sudanese army official says clashes among military factions have spread
About 300 people dead as presidential guards and security agents target Nuer civilians in Juba... December 17, 2013
287 people have been confirmed dead and more than 500
Pres. Kiir Mayardit bringing in Ugandians trops without informing chief of staff General James Hoth Mai . Video youtube.
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