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Friday March 29, 2019-Renowned political analyst, Prof Edward Kisiangani, has warned President Uhuru Kenyatta against trusting his Ugandan counterpart, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

On Tuesday, Museveni visited Kenya and they held bilateral talks with Uhuru at Mombasa State House.

During the talks, Museveni lauded the country's infrastructural development, adding that it had made it easier for Uganda to get goods and services in time from the port of Mombasa.

“While we are still waiting for the railway (in Uganda), the Kenyan Government has already moved and is now constructing modern jetties and petroleum pipelines,"Museveni said.

“That means that in the coming years, a lot of cargo will move from the roads to the railway and fuel will move from the roads to the pipeline and across the lake through tugboats which can carry the fuel across the lake cheaper, faster and safer,’ Museveni added.

However, according to Kisiang'ani, President Museveni has been taking advantage of Kenya in many situations, adding that he's fond of mistreating Kenyan nationals.

“To be fair, President Museveni has not been a good neighbour to Kenya. Despite our goodwill n our respect for his people n govt Museveni has often treated our people n govt with unparalled disrepect. Uganda is a threat to our national n strategic interests (sic)," Kisiangani said.

"So my third -rate advice to our govt n President is: Be careful with Museveni! He is dangerous! Let us not give him too many concessions n respect than he probably deserves. M7 pulled out of a joint oil pipeline project with Kenya with no apologies (sic)!"Kisiangani added.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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