For Museveni, Kagame and unsaid reaso...

For Museveni, Kagame and unsaid reasons they getting so chummy

There are 32 comments on the Daily Monitor story from Jan 28, 2012, titled For Museveni, Kagame and unsaid reasons they getting so chummy. In it, Daily Monitor reports that:

President Paul Kagame's newly frequent visits to Uganda are a good thing. That is as it should have been given the close history between the political establishments in Kampala and Kigali.

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The forgeten people

Jacksonville, FL

#1 Jan 29, 2012
They both crooks and steal from CONGO and the world nkows.
grut

Athens, TN

#2 Jan 30, 2012
I prefer promoting peace than promoting hatred.
Obviously there is no perfect person living in Uganda, or even in America! Why should I expect Kagame and Museveni, or Mutebi and Cameron or the late Gadhafi and Putin or the Pope of Rome to be perfect? They are men just like you and me! Just look at the first comment we got and tell me if the critic is perfect or even a better gentlemam than the two presidents he criticizes?
Let's get over childish quarreling and talk about things that help our people.
IT is wonderful to see these two men enjoy friendly gestures. That is what neighbors are supposed to do!
Reconciliation is such a hard thing to achieve. So, once you do, treat it preciously.
It is so much easier to through a punch than to say "I am sorry!". I have no doubt that your next comment will prove me right!
kizito

Riverside, CA

#3 Jan 31, 2012
grut wrote:
I prefer promoting peace than promoting hatred.
Obviously there is no perfect person living in Uganda, or even in America! Why should I expect Kagame and Museveni, or Mutebi and Cameron or the late Gadhafi and Putin or the Pope of Rome to be perfect? They are men just like you and me! Just look at the first comment we got and tell me if the critic is perfect or even a better gentlemam than the two presidents he criticizes?
Let's get over childish quarreling and talk about things that help our people.
IT is wonderful to see these two men enjoy friendly gestures. That is what neighbors are supposed to do!
Reconciliation is such a hard thing to achieve. So, once you do, treat it preciously.
It is so much easier to through a punch than to say "I am sorry!". I have no doubt that your next comment will prove me right!
These two are talking about looting the poor countries.
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#5 Jun 11, 2012
They still nothing from Congo. Kivu belongs to rwanda, and Rwanda ,Uganda is one in heart. Congo will never have people unless territorial problems are resolved. Kivi=u region belongs to Rwanda, and rwanda has rights to its historical land and it has right to bring people, order and prosperity to its people living in that area. Soon or later, our kivu will return. Congo is scared because they know the truth about this. We have history and territorial dispute will go to UN.
grut

United States

#7 Jun 13, 2012
Kayinamura you claim that Kivu is part of Rwanda. What map are you using? Do you respect international laws that establish borders of nations? What if someone else decided to claim that your house is located in his own territory - would you let them take your house? Any society that has more than 2 people living in it need to have laws that each one must abide by. If you have grounds (evidence) that Kivu belongs to Rwanda then take it to International court in the Hague and if you win the case they will create new borders for Rwanda and Congo. Simply making accusations can cause unnecessary fights and innocent people to die. I support the law as a means of justice for all.
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#9 Jun 13, 2012
forget about borders men!
Rwanda was divided during berlin accord and whole kivu was called congo. the historila truth about that can never change and that does not make whole kivu, congo. It was stolen. rwanda is doing what is right. Congo need to be removed from that area. Congo knows the truth and international community will finally get it. And soo or later it will be like. I really don't even know what you guys are talking about. That's a historical truth

Since: Nov 07

Encinitas, CA

#10 Jun 14, 2012
grut wrote:
I prefer promoting peace than promoting hatred.
Obviously there is no perfect person living in Uganda, or even in America! Why should I expect Kagame and Museveni, or Mutebi and Cameron or the late Gadhafi and Putin or the Pope of Rome to be perfect? They are men just like you and me! Just look at the first comment we got and tell me if the critic is perfect or even a better gentlemam than the two presidents he criticizes?
Let's get over childish quarreling and talk about things that help our people.
IT is wonderful to see these two men enjoy friendly gestures. That is what neighbors are supposed to do!
Reconciliation is such a hard thing to achieve. So, once you do, treat it preciously.
It is so much easier to through a punch than to say "I am sorry!". I have no doubt that your next comment will prove me right!
Precisely -- to promoting peace you have to condemn brutality and leaders like these always bent on war mongering
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#12 Jun 15, 2012
agasie bebe, forget about borders man! and forget kabila and forget congo. congo is in a mess! rwanda and uganda have nothing to do with congo's inability to get together. And as far as I know congo will ver be congo, after mobut is gone.
Soon, Ango,a is going to join and take most part of congo, and wait and see?! Rwanda is going to take back whole Kivu and by the way. M23 is very robust and strong that you think. I wish well Mr Kabila...hope after Rwanda colonize/the region, whole kivu will experience lasting peace. Congolese women are killed and raped by congolese army, rwanda is not there and M23 and other partners in the area are peaceful, want good for kivu region. MONUSCO provocated the tension, because it does well know how bisare congolese army and government are. It actually want its way out.MONUSCO want rwanda to kate over its historical borders of kivu.
I love kabila, but i would prefer Tchisekedi over him if you really want congo to be organized, and live well with its neighbors.Don't blame rwanda and uganda. Blame your self. rwanda is helping you to be better, but you never listen. rwanda tried to bring you guys and ver listen, every one is worried about his interrest. And you are talking about minerals. Forget about that man, it's africa! Africa belong to the the powerful one. thses minrals are in rwanda's terrtory, whole kivu belongs to rwanda, man!
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#13 Jun 15, 2012
The only unfinished business in congo are criminal FDRL who massacred millions of rwandans in 1994, and FDRL is continuing same campaign. And right now, it is energized to take over more territories, if none is there to stop them. UN should do its job, to protect civilians, rather that seeking its way out. If NOT Rwanda and uganda will monitor peace in whole cong, and will ensure safety and prosperity of its citizens in that region. All people you call congolses in kivu area, are not congole.They are rwandese, and soon, rwanda is going to take over and protect them against FDRL and Congolese solders who kill and rape women and children.
Forget about congo, man! Congi is a mess and has no cure, unless rwanda takes over.
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#14 Jun 15, 2012
M23! Go boys! good job!!! and go forward to KIN
Ghana

Torrance, CA

#15 Jul 6, 2012
hi all
Marker

United States

#16 Jul 11, 2012
Let us put this in a simple way: kayinamura is an extremist. WATCH OUT FOR HIM.
Philip

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic of

#17 Sep 6, 2012
This is for you Kayinamura. Althought I am for Kagame I am more interested with the peace, stability and manners in Rwanda. The issues of boarder dispute should be handled in good manners not through supporting groups like FDRL and M23 to feel they are powerful to distort the region. boarders issues are all over in Africa recently Tanzania and Malawi are speaking of same simply because of oil deposits. So what is Kivu and Diamond for Kigali and Kinshasa. I want to assure you that its good to not be a fun to proof who you are but rather speak sense. "M23! Go boys! good job!!! and go forward to KIN" its a childish language to use in such forums
Ukadebona

South Africa

#18 Sep 6, 2012
Philip wrote:
This is for you Kayinamura. Althought I am for Kagame I am more interested with the peace, stability and manners in Rwanda. The issues of boarder dispute should be handled in good manners not through supporting groups like FDRL and M23 to feel they are powerful to distort the region. boarders issues are all over in Africa recently Tanzania and Malawi are speaking of same simply because of oil deposits. So what is Kivu and Diamond for Kigali and Kinshasa. I want to assure you that its good to not be a fun to proof who you are but rather speak sense. "M23! Go boys! good job!!! and go forward to KIN" its a childish language to use in such forums
My friend & brother.I'm from the Manyoni clan down here kwa-Zulu.My people say that we came passed your country from Sudan on our way to the South.Is the Manyoni region related to may the Manyoni clan from Zimbabwe & RSA? Please extuse my ignorant but we are planning a trip for one month to Tanzania.
buyoya david

Kigali, Rwanda

#19 Sep 7, 2012
if the congolis need the peace they must make the cooparation with our president Kagame is masture ,intelligent equilent, brillient than Kabila otherwise Kabila still boy Kagame is international excellence. i ask you to come to study about the leadership of rwanda.
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#20 Sep 7, 2012
The truth hurt boys, M23 is the best in the rigion. The savior for kivus. I really don't know why kagame is so shy to take over kivu. Rwanda must take kivu sooner than later. Muragaswera ba nyoko, e boys, listen to me now, i need to baby seat you guys, rwanda must (not should) bring back my kivu. Go bay, go boys, take chance now! M23, hoye! advance mpaka Kin! take chance baby.. take chance,.. congo is a mess.M23 take chance, andmaye kagame rule forever over kivu. go boys bring banck imihigo ya kigabo, take over. ndakenda mama.
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#21 Sep 8, 2012
I am really very sad, because M23 is not advancing & Kagame is not doing His main job, which is to bring back Kivu. M23 songa mbere mpaka Kin boyz, maze mucure imihigo ya kigabo!
Aisha

Austin, TX

#24 Sep 11, 2012
Guys, why can't you get along and find some thing positive to talk about. I guess, I have known kayinamura at Universtity during last 2 years. Whatever he writes here can't be taken seriously. He is just a kid. He is just fade up by some dirt old kinyarwanda books he reads. Without mistakes, me makes good point. The good thing about him, he a real mfura if you will; and he can be a real one of young radical tutsis boys i meet every day. I am a hutu, but I agree with Him most of the time. He is a big supporter of kagame, and he even advocates publicaly that kagame should rule rwanda till he dies. He thinks democracy never exist in africa, and therefore tutsi regime should reign forever not only rwanda, but also extends its territory to pre-colonial time. I really don't agree with him on that. He is well samarter than some of his rubish writtings. I guess you get an idea about this kayinamura. I have met several young radical tutsis here, who are actually wost than Kayinamura. Just to give you tips about Him. Nver mind leavibg comments.
ali

Dublin, Ireland

#25 Sep 11, 2012
All extremist tustsi's rwandans are dreaming about taking Kivu. Congolese are awake. Your brother Kanambe and Kagame will pay the highest price of history.
kayinamura

Austin, TX

#26 Sep 12, 2012
Aisha,
You should mind your won business wagashino we

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