In an interview, Uganda's president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has claimed that those who are responsible for the apparent coup witnessed in Guinea on Sunday should be brought into book and face sanctions.
While appearing in an exclusive interview with France24's Marc Perelman, the Ugandan president claimed that Sunday's coup in Guinea was a "step backwards" and that "these military coups that are being experienced in Africa currently are of low value compared to what they (Museveni) had in the 1960s."
Museveni further condemned the coup claiming that those are some of Africa's problems and that they can't be tolerated since they aren't the continent's solutions.
"That is unfortunate and it is a step backwards. I condemn them. They are not solutions. They (coup leaders) should be told to get out since these are not solutions to the problems of the country," President Museveni told Marc Perelman.
When asked if what Paul Kagame accused him of is true, Mr Museveni said that what the Rwandan president is accusing him of is not true since he (Museveni) has no idea of how bullies look like.
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