Spread of Fake News Violates Rwanda, Uganda Peace Deal

A source has reportedly slammed reports of President Paul Kagame meeting with Ugandan opposition leader KIzza Besigye during his trip to the United States. The fake news comes at a time when Rwanda and Uganda are trying to mend their relations after signing an agreement in Luanda.

From left - Rwandan President, Paul Kagame and Uganda opposition leader, Kizza Besigye.

  • Rwanda:  Kagame Did Not Meet With Besigye

    New Times, 29 September 2019

    On Saturday September 28, 2019, Uganda's state-owned newspaper The New Vision wrote a fictitious report under a front-page headline: "Besigye, Kagame meet in USA!" Read more »


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