Saturday, February 11, 2012

Kagame’s Agent Expelled from Sweden After Gasasira Disappears

By RockD

February 9, 2012

While Kagame is fooling the world that he is rid Rwanda of poverty,
and achieving over 90% of development goals, the serial killer 
is still hunting for victims to silence. Winning elections by over 90%,
achieving development by over 90% and killing people by over 90%
precision – the new name for Kagame should be Mr 90%.

In any event, John Bosco Gasasira, the editor of exiled online
newspaper Umugugizi is the latest victim of Mr 90%. We trust 
Gasasira is safe and sound.

What we know so far is that Kagame agent, so-called senior 
official of the Rwandan Embassy in Sweden has been expelled
in connection with subversive activities.

One Evode Mudaheranwa, the so-called Second Counsellor to
the Embassy, and intelligence officer aka Kagame killer has
been ordered to leave the Swedish territory within 48 hours.

The Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs would not comment on 
that decision.

The expulsion takes place, almost a month after the disappearance 
of Gasasira, a brave Rwandan journalist that has consistently 
exposed Kagame thieving and criminal activities.

Gasasira has not been seen in public since 23 January 2012
a date on which he published the last article on his online newspaper 

Butcher Kagame is determined to eliminate Gasasira at all cost as
the trail of evidence show:

Gasasira was beaten senseless and maimed by
security agents several years back.

Gasasira went into exile in Uganda and narrowly
assassination in 2009.

Gasasira’s Umuvugizi was shut down by the Kagame regime  
before the rigged elections in 2010.

Gasasira’s deputy was assassinated in 2010 for publishing a story 

on the attempted killing of General Kayumba Nyamwasa.

Gasasira thought he had distanced himself from Kagame
machine by leaving the nearby Uganda and re-locating to Sweden.

What a pity that Gasasira has been a victim of what he relentlessly 
sought to expose – he has denounced over and over the presence 
of Kagame criminal agents sent to Europe to hunt down Rwandans.

Gasasira was among the first to break the story in 2011 on how 
Britain warned the Kigali regime that London would not allow 
Rwandan exiles in the UK to become victims  of criminals 
operating under the orders of Kagame.

More broadly, Umuvugizi is synonymous with exposing Kagame 
excesses from the butcher’s $100,000,000.00 Bombardier planes 
to $20,000.00 a night hotel rooms, and 43-acre farm.

We can see how Kagame will never give up silencing the journalists. 
We just lost in 2011 Inyenyeri editor Charles Ingabire. We pray that 
Gasasira is unharmed and that Umuvugizi keeps playing its 
brave role of exposing the Rwandan butcher’s thieving and looting.

Lastly – thumbs up to Sweden for not tolerating Kagame agents 
in terrorising Rwandans on Swedish soil.

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