Rwandan General Paul Kagame and General James Kabarebe

 Rwandan Dictator General Paul Kagame has been conspicuously missing from the public eye since April 2020. His absence has sparked and fueled rumors about declining health and even incapacitation. Sources within the Rwandan Department of Military Intelligence confirm to an AfroAmerica Network correspondent in Kigali that, given the deteriorating health conditions of General Paul Kagame and the infighting among his closest aides (see here: Ailing Rwandan Paul Kagame's Attempts to Cling to Power Through His Daughter Ange Kagame)  and his family on the succession, the military leaders supporting Ms. Ange Kagame, have asked General Paul Kagame  to impose a country lockdown to be able to better watch the movement of unreliable top military leaders. According to the sources,  the current Minister of Defense, Maj. Gen. Albert Murasira, is one, among many,  being kept under close watch. 

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Bobi Wine arrested during the campaign on Nov 3, 2020

On January 14, 2021 Ugandans will cast their votes for their next president. The main candidates  are Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, 76, the current president and Africa's third longest-serving dictator, and Ugandan prominent opposition politician and music star, Bobi Wine, 38, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi.  Early this week, Yoweri Museveni told the Western Media why he remains in power, arguing that Ugandans are fools who lack a sense of direction, the Western media are full of ignorant and arrogants and that the United States has democracy because it was built on slavery. 

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Removed Yale University's Twitter Banner with Paul Kagame

 Yale University has promptly removed a Twitter banner promoting the Rwandan dictator General Paul Kagame. Although the reasons are unknown, it appears the banner was removed under pressure from activists, students, and professors and in light of recent publications by reknown authors and the United Nations Security Council,     AfroAmerica Network has received information on the compelling reasons behind Yale University's swift removal of the Twitter banner. Below are some the reasons.

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Joseph Kabila on his farm in 2018

Sources close to the president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC),  Felix Tshisekedi,  have been telling  AfroAmerica Network that his closest aides have pregressively increased their warnings against his collaboration with the former President Joseph Kabila since he got in power, almost two years ago. The failed coalition between Felix Tshisekedi's front, CACH (Cap pour le Changement)  and Joseph Kabila's FCC (Front Commun pour le Congo),  has now exploded into a national crisis that is threatening the institutions of the country. The crisis has pushed Felix Tshisekedi to address the nation on Sunday December 6, 2020. In a seemingly long-awaited speech of about 30 minutes, Felix Tshisekedi disclosed the proposals presented to him by his advisers and the people he said he has been consulting.  Beyond an endless list of problems, roadblocks, conflicts, mismanagements,  crises, and challenges,   the main point disclosed in the speech is the end of the government coalition between his CASH and Joseph Kabila's FCC.

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