Two countries with presidents demonstrating a tight relationship but the mwanachi are in a feud that has demanded serious attention. Last month Kenya and Uganda agreed to resolve the Migingo dispute in three months.
According to Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma, among the issues to be tacked include the demarcation and delineation of boundaries between the two countries and how to reduce tension in the area.
Well, she has given a press briefing on Thursday regarding the sensitive matter that is putting a section of our economy at a dangerous stand still
Disappointed Senator Moses Wetangula has quickly bashed Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma’s strategy in solving the Migingo issue.
Wetangula has revealed that the ministry’s current plan to demarcate border was done in 2010/2011 and cost the taxpayer over ksh 400 000 000.
He has claimed there is no purpose for a new demarcation directing Monica to check the records and resist our neighbours mind games.
Do you see the government coming up with a real solution to the Migingo Island long-standing issue?