The government of the United States has been accused of having a hand in revolutions now taking place in the Arab world and at the same time harbouring plans for regime change in some African countries that include Uganda, Kenya, Sudan Eritrea and Zimbabwe. This was said by Dr David Nyekorach Matsanga, who negotiated on behalf of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) a ceasefire between the LRA and the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF).
In a letter marked ‘Confidential’ to Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, a copy of which was handed to The London Evening Post (TLEP), Dr Matsanga praised the leadership of the Ugandan leader since he came to power 25 years ago. Matsanga told Gen Museveni that during his recent visit to attend a meeting in Rome, he had received information that the current trend of events in which the governments of Egypt and Tunisia had been overthrown by protesters, had indeed been instigated by Western countries, especial Great Britain and the United States. “Uganda according to the evidence I have gathered in the Rome meeting is on the radar for regime change in the sub-Sahara region,” Matsanga’s letter said.>
The letter accuses opposition leader Dr Kizza Besigye of in using protests as a weapon alongside Western countries, to bring down President Museveni’s government. He warned that by besting up the country’s opposition leader during the ‘walk to work protests, Mr Museveni was playing into the hands of his detractors. “We all know that Dr Besigye lost election 2011 and lost his own deposit in his home county where he was born. But because he wants the world to pay attention to Uganda’s chronic problems that can be resolved through dialogue, he invented a “walk to work’ strategy with the help of some forces in Europe to make his point,” Matsanga said. Here is his letter in full: