In State House Nakasero-Kampala, One Kenya Alliance (OKA) Principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi met and had lengthy and in-depth discussions with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni. The conversations focused on the present situation in South Sudan, specifically President Salva Kiir’s and his first Vice President Riek Mashar’s planned departure. Bilateral concerns between Kenya and Uganda are also covered at the summit.
At the Serena Hotel in Kampala, the Wiper Leader met with former Ugandan Special Envoy to South Sudan Betty Bigombe and British High Commissioner to Uganda H.E Kate Airey. The prior discussions centered on the state of the Revitalized -Agreement on the Resolutions of the Conflict in South Sudan’s security regime, particularly the unification of the two forces. Given that the R-lifespan ARCSS is scheduled to expire in less than a year, this has caused a significant delay in the peace process.
As Kenyans continued to criticize Kalonzo and Gideon Moi’s decision, they were brought into the political arena to meet President Museveni. Kenyans have been pressuring the duo to join either the Azimio or Kenya Kwanza movements. Others praised President Museveni and the duo for their efforts to bring the two countries closer together in their search for peace. The committee, however, has produced no results. Meanwhile, both governments jointly oversee the island, although tensions occasionally flare, with some local fishermen dubbing it Africa’s “smallest war.”
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