The Rwandan dictatorship is in the dock in the United Kingdom
- Rwanda High Commissioner hauled to Africa Desk
- Former Rwandan military officer suspected to be on assassination mission in UK denied entry at border
- James Uwizeye, an official at Rwandan High Commission in UK, previously expelled from Uganda, said to be central to harassment and intimidation of Rwandans in Britain
- Meanwhile in Brussels General Dan Mynyuza was spotted in Brussels sending shivers in the Rwandan community.
- Rwandan misadventures covered widely, including the popular BBC nightly news that is watched nation-wide
AfricanDictator can confirm that Kagame’s so-called High Commissioner was hauled to the UK’s Africa Desk.
It was not an interview – it was a lecture and stern directive to stop any nonsense to do with the reported disturbance of peace in Britain.
It was in response to this rebuke that the Kigali regime hastily put out a belated denial that it is not sending death squads to UK.
Self-inflicted damage has already been done
AfricanDictator can confirm that since we broke the story of Kagame killing machines in UK, the London-based newspaper The Times, the BBC and the US-based New York Times (CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE VIDEO), all picked up the shocking story.
Since then, increasing voices in Britain are calling on Prime Minister David Cameron to do something drastic with regard to the £83 million in aid the Kigali dictator has put at risk by disturbing peace on British soil.
A Conservative party voice raises serious concern
A Tory MP, Philip Davies, a member of the parliamentary committee on racial and religious hatred said that “the government should make quite clear that any assassination attempt would be totally unacceptable”.
He called on the government to explain that British aid to the Rwandan dictatorship is not given unconditionally. With this rising temperature, there is also no doubt that UK is putting the Rwandan dictator in the dock.
The two Rwandans in the ugly drama in UK
We can confirm that counter-terrorism officers stopped a Rwanda assassination suspect at Folkestone last week after he entered Britain through the Channel from Belgium. He was denied entry.
This former officer of the Rwandan army, who lives in Belgium, is said to be linked to the assassination a senior political figure in Rwanda – hence British refusal to grant him entry.
The other character in this ugly drama is a Rwandan diplomat expelled from Uganda in 2004 for destabilising that country. He was then transferred to London. This is no other than James Uwizeye the First Secretary to the Rwandan High Commission in London. Reports from UK are awash with the dirty deeds associated with Uwizeye.
Further afield there are reports of increasing fear among the Rwandan Community in Brussels after a senior Rwandan army officer one General Dan Munyuza was recently spotted in Belgium. It is likely he came to plot the London drama – which did not work as his hired hand was stopped before reaching UK.
Meanwhile, the Rwandan misdeeds is getting widespread coverage. Apart from print media in Britain and USA, the BBC’s Newsnight, a programme watched by millions nation-wide, last night looked extensively into this shocking issue. The key question being raised was: in these difficult times of fiscal belt-tightening, can UK fund a dictator with 83 Million Pounds annually, who turns around and spreads terror in Britain?
The Kigali dictator simply doesn’t get it
Historically UK is home to dissidents from all over the world. As we speak the Queen is celebrating the Irish defeat of the British a century ago.
UK is also preparing for the Olympic Games and is therefore too aware of Kagame disastrous and reckless audacity of sending death squads to South Africa during its hosting of the Soccer World Cup last year. The British are indicating that they will do more than the South Africans who merely pulled their ambassador from Rwanda.
The Kagame regime may have taken a bigger bite than it can swallow this time. Food for thought for the Rwandan dictator?