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Paul Kagame

Date of Birth: 23 October 1957
Place of Birth: Ruhango


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Horse-trading risks poll delay

While Rwanda's President Paul Kagame has now publicly urged the M23 to pull back the armed group still holds swathes of territory it captured since it began its latest rebellion at the end of 2021...


Economy deprives regime of options

Regional diplomats believe Kainerugaba's move to pour cold water on the operation which irked not only Elwelu but his direct boss Gen Wilson Abadi was piloted by Rwanda's President Paul Kagame...


Oppositionists prise open parliamentary politics

THE TALON-KAGAME AXIS GOES MILITARY With his centralised Chief Executive Officer top-down rule and crackdown on dissidents President Patrice Talon has modelled some economic and political policies on those pursued by his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame...


Scrambling for a Pax Swahili

A truce signed in Luanda with only the tacit participation of the principal antagonist guaranteed by a phone call between Kenya's former President Uhuru Kenyatta and Rwanda's Paul Kagame and enforced by the threat of joint-force military intervention from a contingent yet to take up its fighting positions appears to have suspended at least temporarily the M23's plans to capture Goma...


Onshore war versus offshore gains

On 28 October Rwandan President Paul Kagame flew to Maputo for a 'working visit' to discuss with President Filipe Nyusi how to improve conditions for the resumption of the LNG project among other matters...


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Ukraine costs hit Whitehall aid budget

Mitchell who since March 2020 has been advising Southbridge a pan-African Investment and Advisory company with offices in Abidjan Kigali and Paris for an annual fee of £39 600 (according to his parliamentary filings) is a veteran cheerleader for the Paul Kagame-led Rwandan government which took over after the 1994 genocide This year Britain and Rwanda finalised an agreement worth over £100 million to President Kagame's government to host people whose asylum requests in Britain have been rejected (AC Vol 63 No 9 Refugee deal faces delays as legal and political challenges grow)...

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Conflicted over conflict

Congolese President Félix Tshisekedi accuses Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame of backing the M23 militia as a means of looting minerals in eastern Congo-K (AC Vol 63 No 14 Tshisekedi calls out Kagame on the M23 militia)...


How Muhoozi threatens his father's grip on power

The President's supporters said he was punishing Muhoozi for 'indiscipline' accusing him of being too close to ex-Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura who was in turn suspected of working with Rwanda's President Paul Kagame to overthrow Museveni (AC Vol 59 No 4 An inspector calls no longer)...

Over the past year Muhoozi grew close to Rwanda's President Paul Kagame mending the fractious relations with Uganda (AC Vol 63 No 3 Border reopening points to diplomatic thaw)...


The Kremlin's grip tightens

Rwanda has two independent military contingents in CAR one under UN command within MINUSCA and another under a bilateral deal between Touadéra and President Paul Kagame financed by cash barter or possibly mineral extraction arrangements (AC Vol 63 No 6 UN clashes with Wagner worsen)...


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