Uganda Condemns Military Action In Zimbabwe

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Uganda has condemned the actions of the army generals in Zimbabwe that resulted with the President of that country Robert Mugabe being placed under ‘House Arrest’.

According to reports, Mugabe, 93, is fine but being kept at home and there are reports several members of his inner circle have been detained and that his wife Grace has fled the country to Namibia.

The military in Zimbabwe has refused to confirm they have carried out a coup instead saying they are reestablishing the revolutionary order after criminals had surrounded President Mugabe.

Uganda’s State Minister for International Relations, Okello Oryem has said Uganda is closely following the developments in Zimbabwe.

Oryem said Uganda continues to recognize Mugabe’s “government (as) the legitimate leadership” and has warned the military against violating Zimbabwe’s constitution.

South African President Jacob Zuma also issued a statement but it was diplomatic and didn’t condemn the military although he called on them to respect the countries constitution.
Zuma said he would be sending a delegation to Harare to meet with President Mugabe.
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2 thoughts on “Uganda Condemns Military Action In Zimbabwe”

  1. ”Uganda’s State Minister for International Relations, Okello Oryem has said Uganda is closely following the developments in Zimbabwe.
    Oryem said Uganda continues to recognize Mugabe’s “government (as) the legitimate leadership” and has warned the military against violating Zimbabwe’s constitution.”

    Is the minister being real about not violating the constitution? here at home, the same gov’t he works for is busy harassing those that are trying hard to protect the Uganda Constitution.

  2. I support the military action 100% correct. Let them continue and detain all his circle(Mugabe’s group). We are tired of dictatorship, people with selfish interests not minding about others, I think God should help Uganda also either in the same way or keep our constitution unchanged.

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