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Paul Kagame

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


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Singing from the same spreadsheet

The escalating diplomatic row between Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni and Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame is almost certain to weigh heavily on Rwanda's and indeed the region's growth in 2019 even though both countries have sought to offset the damage by improving trade relations with other regional partners (AC Vol 60 No 6 Sibling rivalry turns ugly)...

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Six heads of state attended including Rwandan President Paul Kagame Angolan President João Lourenço and Congo-Brazzaville President Denis Sassou Nguesso which was five more than attended the inauguration of Tshisekedi's son Félix Tshisekedi as President in January...


Enemies without, and within

Congolese securocrats say the move is blessed by Congo-K's president Félix Tshisekedi who discussed the neutralisation of armed groups in Congo-K at meetings in Kinshasa with presidents Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Angola's João Lourenço on 31 May...


A shake-up takes shape

For years he has denounced Kabila's reliance on ethnic Kinyarwanda-speaking officers in the national army and his close relationship with Rwanda's President Paul Kagame...


Talon turns back the clock

He is known however to be a fan of efficient business as a model for government efficiency and is reputed to be a keen admirer of Rwandan President Paul Kagame's governing style...


Condé bids for third term

He has described Rwanda's Paul Kagame as an example to emulate and sidled up to Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan which landed a Turkish company the right to manage the Port autonome de Conakry amid much controversy (AC Vol 59 No 20 Turks in troubled waters)...


Birthday blues

Much will depend on the ability of EAC Chairman Rwanda's President Paul Kagame's ability to moderate multiple regional rivalries in several of which his own country plays a critical role...


Sibling rivalry turns ugly

Ten days after Rwanda closed its main border post with Uganda on 28 February forcing trucks and buses from Uganda into days-long delays at the customs post of the quieter Mirama Hills crossing and while their intelligence services' propaganda machinery waged war on social media Presidents Paul Kagame and Yoweri Museveni addressed themselves to the crisis...


Kabila corners Tshisekedi

Kigali meanwhile has been briefing diplomats extensively on the January arrest by the FARDC of La Forge Fils Bayeze the spokesman of the North Kivu-based mainly Hutu militia Forces Democratiques de Liberation du Rwanda (FDLR) after he returned to Congo-K from Kampala where he had met Ugandan minister Philemon Mateke and representatives of the Rwandan National Congress of General Kayumba Nyamwasa the arch-enemy of President Paul Kagame currently in exile in South Africa (AC Vol 58 No 16 Seek asylum elsewhere)...


Border tension grows

The intelligence and military arms of the two countries are in a fully fledged covert cold war linked to Uganda's 'neutral' position on Rwandan dissidents who were once high-ranking officials in Kigali but broke ranks with President Paul Kagame...


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