Alfred Nkubili, Rwandan Businessman

Sources within Rwandan intelligence services told AfroAmerica Network that on Friday, July 03, 2020,  President Paul Kagame's security forces arrested Alfred Nkubili, a Rwandan businessman, at his house.  Alfred Nkubili  is a prominent business man whose trucks allegedly transported to Masaka hills missiles that were used by Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF)  troops to shoot down the airplane carrying the Presidents of Burundi and Rwanda, Cyprien Ntaryamira and Juvenal habyarimana.  According to the sources, the entire kidnapping operation looked like a thrilling action movie. 

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Vital Kamerhe attending Political Dialogue in Kinshasa on Sep 1, 2016

Reliable sources within the Rwandan backed former M-23 Congolese rebels inform an AfroAmerica Network correspondent in the Democratic  Repubic of the Congo (DRC) that operatives from the Rwandan Military Intelligence  and Special Forces are aready in Kinshasa and getting ready to help Vital Kamerhe escape from prison.  Vital Kamerhe is a former highly influential Congoless political leader and chief of staff of the current DRC President Felix Tshisekedi. He is in the Makala prison since April 2020 and was found guilty, on June 20, 2020, of embezzling more than US $ 48 million within the first 3 months of accession to power.

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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)

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Rwandan General Paul Kagame and General James Kabarebe

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.

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