The Uganda and Rwanda Conflict Is Shameful and Shows the East African Community Must Be Reformed

It’s a shame that when the entire African continent is working on Continental Free Trade Area, the EAC is embroiled in a crisis that is detrimental to the economic welfare of EAC and the continental vision of economically integration.

The Uganda and Rwanda Conflict Is Shameful and Shows the East African Community Must Be Reformed
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