Museveni blames  CMI for failure to control criminals from Rwanda and DR Congo


Uganda’s President Yoweli Museveni has put blame on Chieftaincy Military Inteligence (CMI) over the failure to control alleged criminals from Rwanda and DR Congo.

Museveni made the remarks last week on Friday during a security meeting held at State house Entebbe before he left for China.

The commander in chief reportedly blamed ISO and Police for failure to detect some wrong people who enter Uganda from Congo and Rwanda with intentions of destabilizing Uganda.

Sources, according to Spyreports, Museveni has instructed the chief of military of Military Intelligence (CMI) Brig Abel Kanduho to oversee and control all security agencies in Kampala and surrounding districts.

CMI Chief Abel Kanduho was told to oversee security and control security and he reports to him directly.

He also directed all security chiefs to have daily security meetings and give Kandiho brief every Friday before he meets the President.

The source further adds  that President directed Kanduho to always give him weekly security reports even when he is China where he is attending China –Africa business forum.

Brig Kanduho has also directed that the entire security meeting must be held at Central Police Station in Kampala.

The CMI Chief warned security officials of attacking journalists and civilians during riots.

Meanwhile, Uganda has been accusing Rwandans of illegally entering in Uganda for espionage.

Arrested individuals refuted allegations saying they were looking for casual works at Uganda’s soil.


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