Museveni's half brother profiting from training Somalia militias

Salim Saleh's Company

 The EastAfrican

Saracen International, a security company associated with Uganda’s Gen Caleb Akandwanaho, alias Gen. Salim Saleh, a senior advisor to President Yoweri Museveni, who is also his younger brother, has come under the international spotlight for its alleged involvement in training militia in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland state.

Intelligence sources told The EastAfrican that President Museveni’s younger brother’s interest in this private military contractor has major regional security implications that could affect the efforts to restore peace in Somalia.                              Continue reading

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Museveni's half brother profiting from training Somalia militias

Salim Saleh's Company

 The EastAfrican

Saracen International, a security company associated with Uganda’s Gen Caleb Akandwanaho, alias Gen. Salim Saleh, a senior advisor to President Yoweri Museveni, who is also his younger brother, has come under the international spotlight for its alleged involvement in training militia in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland state.

Intelligence sources told The EastAfrican that President Museveni’s younger brother’s interest in this private military contractor has major regional security implications that could affect the efforts to restore peace in Somalia.                              Continue reading

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Museveni's half brother profiting from training Somalia militias

Salim Saleh's Company

 The EastAfrican

Saracen International, a security company associated with Uganda’s Gen Caleb Akandwanaho, alias Gen. Salim Saleh, a senior advisor to President Yoweri Museveni, who is also his younger brother, has come under the international spotlight for its alleged involvement in training militia in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland state.

Intelligence sources told The EastAfrican that President Museveni’s younger brother’s interest in this private military contractor has major regional security implications that could affect the efforts to restore peace in Somalia.                              Continue reading

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Museveni’s half brother profiting from training Somalia militias

Salim Saleh's Company

 The EastAfrican

Saracen International, a security company associated with Uganda’s Gen Caleb Akandwanaho, alias Gen. Salim Saleh, a senior advisor to President Yoweri Museveni, who is also his younger brother, has come under the international spotlight for its alleged involvement in training militia in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland state.

Intelligence sources told The EastAfrican that President Museveni’s younger brother’s interest in this private military contractor has major regional security implications that could affect the efforts to restore peace in Somalia.                              Continue reading

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Egypt can’t substantiate Eritrean ‘abductions’

Something must be done...

By: Joseph Mayton

 The Egyptian foreign ministry on Saturday could not confirm or deny the alleged abduction of around 250 Eritreans in the Sinai Peninsula by smugglers. The country’s Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said the government has no information over the reports that there were hostages in the desert.                     Continue reading

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Egypt can’t substantiate Eritrean ‘abductions’

Something must be done...

By: Joseph Mayton

 The Egyptian foreign ministry on Saturday could not confirm or deny the alleged abduction of around 250 Eritreans in the Sinai Peninsula by smugglers. The country’s Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said the government has no information over the reports that there were hostages in the desert.                     Continue reading

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Egypt can’t substantiate Eritrean ‘abductions’

Something must be done...

By: Joseph Mayton

 The Egyptian foreign ministry on Saturday could not confirm or deny the alleged abduction of around 250 Eritreans in the Sinai Peninsula by smugglers. The country’s Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said the government has no information over the reports that there were hostages in the desert.                     Continue reading

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