President Paul Kagame Monday received his Burundi counterpart, President Pierre Nkurunziza.
The two leaders met in the town of Huye near border of Burundi.
Nkurunziza and Kagame haven’t been at the best of terms their relationship having soured last year.
In their November 2014 investigation, Inyenyerinews.org said relations between Burundi President and Rwandan leader soured beacause “President Kagame wants to be the only Bull in the East Africa”.
While he wanted to settle old scores with President Kitwete using President Pierre Nkurunziza, the latter refused to cooperate.
It is said that on several occasions Rwandan leaders called the Tanzanian President “a genocide and terrorist sympathizer”, “ignorant”, “arrogant”, and “mediocre leader”.
The relations deteriorated following the recommendation by President Jakaya Kikwete of open negotiations between Rwandan, Ugandan and Congolese leaders and their respective armed opposition in order to bring durable peace and security in the African Great.
The report alleged that president Kagame was planning to kill Burundians both Tutsis and Prominent Oppositions figures in Burundi under his undercover special forces so that it appears that even the previous dead bodies in Lake Rweru have connection with Burundi.
It further claimed that Burundi would be used as a springboard to attack Tanzania after the fall of President Pierre Nkurunziza, President Kagame will install his puppet that will be working on the remote control from Kigali.
The crime for President Pierre Nkurunziza is disloyalty and is perceived to be pro – president Kikwete perceived to be an enemy of Kagame.
According to a Letter From The North: The Burundi Dossier And The Kagame Chapter. (Part 2) of 2014, President Nkurunziza refused to attend in person to Kagame’s invitation nearly a year since he set a foot in Rwanda.
Nkurunziza instead sent the vice president of Burundi for the Kwibohora 20 ceremony in Kigali.
The deteriorating relationship between Kagame and Nkurunziza, according to the letter, started, after Paul Kagame’s 3rd of July 2013 infamous speech; where he publically announced that he will eliminate President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania.
Nkurunziza who is facing resistance from masses in his pursuit of 3rd term has finally agreed to meet Kagame today.
We are yet to learn about the details of the meeting.