AU Lauds M7 On S. Sudan Peace Efforts

President Yoweri Museveni on arrival in Addis Ababa.
President Yoweri Museveni on arrival in Addis Ababa.

The Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has commended President Yoweri Museveni for his bilateral efforts with parties to the conflict in South Sudan that culminated in the mediation process taking place in Addis since the 3rd of January 2014.

Following the IGAD-led mediation, it was reported that 7 of the 11 detainees, parties to the conflict in the Republic of South Sudan have been released.

President Museveni is in Ethiopia together with other Heads of State and Government attending the 22nd African Union Ordinary session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government in Addis.

The President was received by Ethiopian Minister of Mines, Mr. Tolosa Shogi, Uganda’s Foreign Minister, Hon Sam Kutesa, Uganda’s Ambassador to Federal Republic of Ethiopia, Mr. katende, AU officials and other dignitaries at Bole International Airport.

6 thoughts on “AU Lauds M7 On S. Sudan Peace Efforts

  1. So the taxpayers money was wasted on the Gulfstream when the President could after all charter suitable aircraft locally. This is Exhibit 1, in the case of Uganda v. Yoweri Museveni – The ultra luxurious jet that couldnt make it to Addis! Keep this for your records folks. Meanwhile the jigger epidemic in Busoga rages on as people there cant even afford shoes. Didnt someone condemn such behaviour way back in 1986?

    1. Ovacado Indeed,how many people in your family put on shoes and how many of them are suffering from jiggers because they don’t have shoes.
      Its high time you learned how to appreciate the little you have and leave cheap politiking.
      Today the guy uses his “Gulf stream”,u complain he’s wasting tax payers’ money 2ro he uses AirUganda u complain mbu Gulf stream cannot make it Addis.
      The question here is time value of money(Urgency) and the nature of those meetings

      1. If the question is indeed time value of money, then the tax payers would have been better served if HE chartered his flights all along ( as he has clearly done so now). Instead he bought an executive jet that even the Queen of England doesnt need. The problem here is that clinging on to power for 28 years and suffocating the political space, one becomes a contradiction walking on 2 legs! There is absolutely nothing that your man does today that is not contradicted by something he did or said before. We are tired!!!

        1. I hear jiggers…???????????What has personal hygiene now got to do with the President of a country..Now its the Presidents fault that YOU HAVE JIGGERS in your feet? You must have jiggers in your brain to make you think like that…You also suffer the GAVUMENTI ETUYAMBE syndrome.
          You will continue to be TIRED until you EXPIRE …..Sorry

    2. The person who condemned such behavior died a long time ago! And it is now treasonable to quote him.

  2. No, Paul Kagame is busy plotting the assassination of political opponents based outside Rwanda.

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