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Rwanda

Paul Kagame

Date of Birth: 23/10/1957
Place of Birth: Ruhango


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Who speaks for Africa?

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, who has chaired the AU this year, sought to beef up its secretariat and make the organisation self-financing via a 0...


Kabila's two-front offensive

Another Amisi ally was Bernard Byamungu, who went on to play an important part in the CNDP and was later a commander of the Mouvement du 23 mars (M23), the Kigali-sponsored militia which caused mayhem in the east before President Paul Kagame was persuaded to withdraw his support in 2013 (AC Vol 54 No 22, Rebels on the ropes)...

Gahizi used to guard the North Kivu-based farms of Rwandan businessman Tribert Rujugiro, who used to be an advisor to and ally of President Paul Kagame, but who now is believed to be financing the Rwandan National Congress of Rwandan dissident General Fausin Kayumba Nyamwasa (AC Vol 57 No 25, Killers crowd in)...


Kabila names his dauphin

In recent weeks Kabila sent top security officials to meet President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, and he visited Luanda himself to meet President João Lourenço, in efforts to win their support (see Feature, Backers and attackers)...


Backers and attackers

Then, Kabila sent his intelligence chief Kalev Mutond, chief of military intelligence General Delphin Kahimbi, and foreign minister Leonard She Okitundu to meet Rwandan President Paul Kagame in Kigali a few days later...


Fiscal fails and testing talks

Eventually, Rwandan President Paul Kagame called Touadéra on behalf of the AU to get him to cancel the Khartoum meeting, which was interfering with the AU initiative, without concealing his displeasure, we hear...


Shaky start for Sahel force

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame chairs the African Union and is pushing through tough reforms in the organisation; Macron wants the troubled G5 force to succeed and to reduce his military presence in Africa...


Weah scores away

The warmth of his reception outweighed those given to Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, who was greeted by hundreds of Brussels's Rwandan expats – both supporters and opponents – while Niger's Mahamadou Issoufou and Burkina Faso's Roch Marc Christian Kaboré went almost unnoticed...


Kabila's survival strategy

Kigali, in turn, argues that Museveni is giving political support to the Tutsi Rwandan dissident Kayumba Nyamwasa – once one of President Paul Kagame's most trusted military commanders, but whom UN investigators have linked to the Hutu Forces démocratiques de libération du Rwanda (FDLR) militia in Congo in 2010...


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