Rwanda’s RDF troops cross into DRC to Neutralize Kayumba’s RNC forces and Banyamulenge

BY: Eyalama In Politics On
Reports reaching our desk from the Rwandan media Ihame confirms that at the time when President Paul Kagame of Rwanda was boarding the plane heading to Kinshasa to see off the copse of Etienne Tshisekedi  Wa Mulumba; during the night of Thursday to Friday on 31st May 2019, at around 1:30 am, Rwandan soldiers estimated to be around 700 in number, a battalion, were seen crossing from Rwanda to Democratic Republic of Congo  at a place called Manda.
To those who know that place, it is opposite a place called Ngomo which is north of Kamanyola and their crossing point was  at a kraal found in that place, and using the murram road they headed to Uvira.
It is reported that the soldiers boarded military vehicles which were waiting for them at Uvira and drove along Uvira-Baraka road and at around 8:00am in the morning of Friday they off loaded some at Nakiyeli and others at Mugatunguru (Atungulu) and climbed the hill of Mihanga before dividing into three groups heading to Minembwe, Kamombo and Kundondo .
Sources on the ground indicate that the soldiers passing through the hills were headed to Mulenge and by the evening hours they could be clearly seen on the hills of Kwirumba, Biziba and Gahwera.
It is now apparent that the soldiers want to destroy what is called General Kayumba Nyamwasa’s garrisons which have been reported by different newspapers and repeated by UN reports.
Kigali’s newspapers have been reporting that the Banyamulenge rebel leader Gumino is suspected to be the one harbouring soldiers of Kayumba Nyamwasa.
As a result of this manoeuvre by Rwandan forces, it is suspected fighting may resume soon in Mulenge, the home of Banyamulenge after a long period of calmness.


Add your comments:

Download Our News App Here

You may also read!

NSSF Saga: Byarugaba says no money for mid-term access

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Managing Director Richard Byarugaba has disclosed that the institution has no money to


Masaka judges decline hearing Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana bail applications

Two judges attached to the High Court in Masaka have declined hearing bail applications filed by Members of Parliament


Finally, Pastor Bugembe speaks out on marriage speculations

A photo of singing Pastor Wilson Bugembe with a beautiful lady showing off a wedding ring has been trending


Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu