Sulah Nuwamanya, a Rwandan National Congress (RNC) terrorist activist, and a number of other hostile anti-Rwanda fanatics have been desperately bootlicking Evariste Ndayishimye, the successor to the Burundian President. They praised so hard that one would be forgiven to confuse Sulah Nuwamanya and his fellow goons to be Burundians and members of the ruling party CNDD-FDD. Nuwamanya, RNC terrorists and other hostile forces based in Uganda have a special interest in Burundi. They recruit terrorist in Uganda, and send them to Burundi to attack Rwanda directly or via the DRC Congo.
It is a deniability game. To protect the Ugandan regime and cover their tracks, Ugandan based terrorist organizations always seek to attack from non-Ugandan borders. The trickery of proxy attacks collapsed with several terrorist caught and repatriated to Rwanda for trial. The Ugandan ruler’s plan were unmasked when militia leaders like Callixte Nsabimana of FLN or Mudathiru of RNC openly confessing to the support Museveni gives them.
The Ugandan regime was confronted directly with proof in the Luanda MoU meetings. Nuwamanya’s name extensively features in Rwanda’s proof that Uganda supports terrorist militias. Unable to deny it, the government of Uganda deregistered Nuwamanya’s shell NGO dumbed Self-Worth Initiative (SWI) but did not hold him responsible for subversive acts. Bizarrely, Museveni’s regime simultaneously reinforced security for Nuwamanya and his partner Prossy Bonaabana.
Nuwamanya and his SWI partners in crime now travel with convoys of CMI armed guards. They were moved to secured houses with 24 hours security. But as the cost of supporting them continues to increase for Museveni, they know it is just a matter of time before he sells them out hence their bootlicking of the future Burundian ruler. It is an old classic case of Museveni using and dumping ponds in his treacherous games.
For Sulah Nuwamanya, congratulating and bootlicking it is not only a way of soliciting support but also a way to secure a second potential hideout. They know how unreliable and how sensitive to financial loss their Uganda host is.