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#6
Nimeona alimwuua 1998. Torch imezima. Spirit labda zinasumbua skinny man hapo juu. Unaona vile anaongea akihema hema akisema vile alifanya? Why bring him up today after over 20 years and even confess in public?!

Haiya...
 
#8
Nimeona alimwuua 1998. Torch imezima. Spirit labda zinasumbua skinny man hapo juu. Unaona vile anaongea akihema hema akisema vile alifanya? Why bring him up today after over 20 years and even confess in public?!

Haiya...
Hehe, it starts from somewhere, the becomes an impulsive habit, mix it with paranoia, next thing another revolution, overthrown and eaten by opponents, let's sing now THIS IS AFRICA
 
#11
kumbe he was assassinated in Nairobi?

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On 16 May 1998, at about 5 pm, Sendashonga was being driven home in his wife's United Nations Environmental Programme car when he was shot and killed, along with his driver Jean-Bosco Nkurubukeye, by two gunmen firing AK-47s.[18] Twagiramungu, still in Brussels, declared, "I'm pointing to the RPF and its government" and was echoed by a number of other exiled political groups, though the RPF government denied any involvement.[19]

Three men, David Kiwanuka, Charles Muhaji and Christopher Lubanga were arrested by the Kenyan police. Kiwanuka was claimed to be Rwandan, despite his typically Muganda name, while Muhaji and Lubanga were identified as Ugandan. The three had been identified, in what Prunier derides as a story "obviously fed by rather untalented Kigali security operatives", by Kenyan taxi driver Ali Abdul Nasser, who claimed that the three men had tried to hire him as a paid killer because Sendashonga had stolen $54 million in a criminal partnership with Kiwanuka's father, who the Nairobi police claimed to have been the Director of Immigration Services in Kigali, and who had subsequently been supposedly killed by Sendasonga so he would not have to share the loot. This story ran into serious problems when the actual Director of Immigration Services, a man named Charles Butera, surfaced to state that he was alive, that he had no son named Kiwanuka, that he knew Sendashonga only as a brief acquaintance, and that nobody had ever stolen $54 million"
 
#12
Assassinations are a major tool in the toolbox of dictators. This does not mean it doesnt happen in democracies, it just happens much more frequently and readily in dictatorships.

Whether you are talking of Putin, Kagame, M7. Its all the same. The most spectacular was Hitler's Night of the Long knives where he took out about 200 people in one night.
 
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