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Paul Kagame

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


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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...


Church claims sweeping opposition win

Diplomats from the region told Africa Confidential that the vanguard of the recent intake to the Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo were ex-M23 fighters handed to FARDC by Rwanda's President Paul Kagame...

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Militias flex their muscles

The anti-Paul Kagame Rwandan rebels of Kayumba Nyamwasa the Rwandan former general who was subject of several assassination attempts while in exile in South Africa are allied with Congolese Banyamulenge Tutsis against Burundian rebels allied with Mai-Mai (AC Vol 59 No 16 Backers and attackers)...


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...


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