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. On October 24, 2015, US Government Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Sarah Sewall during her trip to the Democratic Republic of the Congo warned Paul Kagame against clinging to power (see AfroAmerica Network: (see here: US Government Against Attempts by Rwandan Paul Kagame to Cling to Power: us-government-against-attempts-by-rwandan-paul-kagame-to-cling-to-power ). Since then, General Paul Kagame ignored the warnings and become president. His healthcare conditions have opened new options to clinging to power, through his daughter Ange Kagame.
On November 21, 2017, AfroAmerica Network pointed to a major event that appeared to signal the dawn of a new era: President Joao Lourenco, nicknamed "JLo", hand-picked by then President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos to replace him, won presidential elections. He was viewed as the continuation of the Dos Santos' legacy. Less than 3 years later, on August 14, 2020, Jose Filomeno Dos Santos, son of former President Dos Santos, has been sentenced to five years in prison for fraud, embezzlement and traffic of influence. How did Angola and Angolans get there?.
Alfred Nkubili is a Rwandan businessman who, according to sources within Rwandan intelligence services, was kidnapped at his house on Friday, July 03, 2020 by President Paul Kagame's security forces, and accused of embezzlement, falsification and concealing business deals.
However, multiple sources with the Rwandan Intelligence Services have told AfroAmerica Network correspondent that the crime committed by Alfred Nkubili has nothing to do with what he is currently accused of. How did all start and what are the implications?
Alfred Nkubili, a Rwandan businessman who, according to sources within Rwandan intelligence services was kidnapped at his house on Friday, July 03, 2020 by President Paul Kagame's security forces, has been back in court since August 6, 2020. On August 11, 2020, a court, known as Gasabo District Court, decided to keep Alfred Nkubili in jail for 30 days, pending additional investigations.