The government of Uganda has blaged of how it would hit Riek Machar’s rebels fighting the government of Saliva Kiir in South Sudan. The Representative of president Museveni in Kampala, Mpimbaza Hashaka, while speaking on Kingdom FM in Kampala said “we (president Museveni and his government) are going to hit Machar in South Sudan.” Museveni’s aide was discusing a topic on “evaluating 2013 in politics.”
But many people in Uganda and the world at large ask if Museveni’s soldiers were peace keepers or they had a side. Some other people say they now know why the Human Right Association of South Sudan does not want the Ugandan despot in their affairs.
Mpimbaza also blagged how UPDF was assisting South Sudan’s army (SPLA) to advance on two rebel-controlled towns as both the South Sudan Government and Machar rebels are gathered in Ethiopia for peace talks to end the violence that has pushed the world’s youngest nation to a civil war.
Uganda army is fighting ensurgencies in South Sudan, Somalia, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo … but in the process millions of people it is supposed to keep ends up losing their lives.