General Evariste Ndayishimiye, the newerly democratically elected President of the Republic of Burundi was sworn in on Thursday June 18, 2020. He is the 10th President to rule the country. One of the freedom fighters who liberated Burundians from years of oppression, he succeeds his former companion, Pierre Nkurunziza who passed away on June 8, 2020 (see AfroAmerica Network)
Updated News: Sources within the Rwandan Department of Military Intelligence confirm to an AfroAmerica Network correspondent in Kigali that another top Rwandan military commander was arrested. The last person to be arrested is Lieutenant-General Emmanuel Karake Karenzi. Those arrested now include General James Kabarebe, General Patrick Nyamvumba, General Charles Kayonga, and Lieutenant General Karake Karenzi.
Breaking News: Sources within the Rwandan Department of Military Intelligence tell an AfroAmerica Network correspondent in Kigali that key top Rwandan military commanders and leaders were arrested over this week. Those arrested include General James Kabarebe, General Patrick Nyamvumba, and General Charles Kayonga.
Sources within Rwandan Military Intelligence tell an AfroAmerica Network correspondent in Kigali that Rwandan Military commanders were asked to get ready to invade Burundi and infiltrate Uganda with the goal to overthrow the governments of Uganda and Burundi in upcoming weeks or months.
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