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RNC Mouthpiece David Himbara reels from RNC failures, comes up with more wild anti-Rwanda allegations

 
Sarcasm defines the RNC Mouthpiece David Himbara’s latest post on “state capture” and corruption. The terrorist propagandist, sponsored by the most dangerous and corrupt criminals in Africa, foolishly attacks with smear Rwanda reputed as one of the most transparent and efficient government on the globe.
 
It’s no state secret that Yoweri Museveni and Tribert Rujugiro are corrupt, dangerous and envious of Rwanda. Both failed a state capture of Rwanda and have since then done their best to sabotage Rwanda’s development. Their bankrolled the training and equipment of terrorist militias like RNC, FDLR and RUD-URUNANA, they sponsor trolls like Himbara to smear Rwanda online, etc… but failed.
 
What they hoped for during the post-genocide reconstruction of Rwanda was to turn it into “another Uganda” where they enjoyed full control. While Himbara writes about any appointment in Rwanda, he will never write about appointments in Uganda by his sponsor. Rwanda recruits the best available talents, it sources from all over the world and the results are obvious; it ranks as one of the most efficient and transparent government.
 
Museveni —Himbara’s sponsors— on the other hand, recruits in his family and openly brandishes his nepotism. His wife is the country’s education and sports minister, the son is an army General heading the elite branch in charge of protecting key installation and VIPs. No single relative is without a high profile appointment in Uganda. Rujugiro, the other sponsor, pays no taxes in Uganda and instead gives shares to Museveni’s brother Salim Saleh. The result is that Himbara’s sponsor rank as the most dangerous and corrupt individuals globally.
 
What lesson does Himbara, high on corruption blood money and working for a terrorist organization, think he is able to give to anyone about “state capture”? Smearing Rwanda will not salvage their failed plan to extend chaos and corruption.

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