What came out of President Kabaila’s meeting with President Kagame’s envoys in DR CongoReliable Information reaching Umuvugizi confirm that after the DR Congo minister of Foreign Affairs impromptu meeting in Angola, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Tanzania for support in the proxy war started by President Kagame using rebels under the name of M23, commanded by Gen Ntaganda, President Kagame decided to hold talks with the Kishasha government but to deceptively stop the war that he had seen would serious damage his political power.
In trying to circumvent the many negatives of his war in DR Congo, Kagame recently dispatched his two trusted envoys that included the minister of Foreign Affairs Louise Mushikiwabo and the Chief of the Army, Gen Charles Kayonga to deliver a special message to President Kabila.
According to reports we obtained from President Kagame’s intelligence; confirm that the special message by Mushikiwabo and Gen Kayonga, contained a request for President Kabila to support the Kigali regime by disassociating himself from the International Crimes Court (ICC) arrest warrantee issued for Gen Ntaganda by the chief prosecutor Occampo.
In another interesting twist of events, Kagame had in the meeting of his envoys and President Kabila pledged to talk to the M23 rebels to lay down their guns and reconcile with the Congolese government but on condition that President Kabila agrees to dismisses the UN security council report which showed that M23 rebels were receiving overwhelming military and logistical support from President Kagame, in particular training and ammunitions.
President Kagame had also asked his envoys to Kishasha led by Gen. Kayonga and Mushikiwabo, to request President Kabila to contradict himself by saying that Gen.Ntaganda’s rebel group which is M23, is not supported by Rwanda, and for that Kagame would in return also supposed to order Gen. Ntaganda to immediately stop the fighting.
In a real covert attempt to deflect his bloody role in DR Congo, strongly evidenced in the UN security council report, Kagame’s well oiled media outlets among them Igihe.com, The New Times and the Uganda Independent of Andrew Mwenda who also doubles as his media advisor, have been instructed to embark on smear campaign against the MONUSCO soldiers in Goma, especially when its these peacekeepers that President Kagame is suspecting of having provided the information regarding the military activities he has continued carrying out in Congo that have led to deaths of many innocent people and others as refugees in various parts of Uganda and Rwanda.