Kayumba Nyamwasa, the fugitive terrorist leader of the Rwandan National Congress (RNC), blames the Rwandan Government for all deaths. It is a matter of propaganda for him; to tarnish Rwanda, whether accidental or natural causes he will always blame the Rwandan Government. This time, in one post on his Robert Patrick Gakwerere Facebook page, he says the late Nyandwi Joseph Desire was killed but also claims Nyandwi died of organ failure at the same time.
Sponsored by Yoweri Museveni (aka Exhibit #1510) and Tribert Rujugiro (aka #AnkleBeeps), Kayumba Nyamwasa’s RNC uses all possible means to attempt to destabilize Rwanda. The terrorist has also used grenade attacks and armed militias in his numerous failed attempts. The more he fails on other fronts, the more he falls back to online anonymity to slander and sow division. The fugitive, in slandering online, is aided by environmental factors; his proximity to Museveni and Rujugiro’s world inspires him.
After 33 years of corruption, nepotism and total chaos, Museveni’s world is littered with murders and assassinations of political opponents. Unlike Late Hon Nyandwi Desire who died of natural causes, Kayumba intentionally dodges to tell his readers that Gen. Aronda Nyakairima and Brig-Gen. Noble Mayombo were poisoned by his paymaster Museveni. (For full list of Museveni’s assassinations click to read Kivumail).
As for Rujugiro, his other sponsor, his world is so dark that he is known to have made a fortune stealing corpses in an insurance fraud scheme.
With such sponsors, it is easy for Kayumba to come up with crazy stories of poison, murder and betrayal, that the world he lives in. When his militia adventures in East Congo go sour, his commanders captured and paraded or killed, the fugitive terrorist becomes an online mouthpiece as it becomes obvious that his militia failed. His wild fallacies are now getting wilder as the countdown to a harder beating in Congo began with the new Kinshasa leadership determined to get rid of all terror groups operating in the Congolese jungles.
Kayumba Nyamwasa, instead of joining the young people he lured in a suicidal mission, hides behind his Facebook. In reality, he is once again shinning his cowardliness.