HOST: SERGE NDAYIZEYE
TOPIC: PAUL KAGAME ATI BYARI KUBA BYIZA IYO ARIJYE WATANZE ITEGEKO RYO KWICA PATRICK KAREGEYA
Paul Kagame, Rwanda's president, has said he "wishes" he had ordered the assassination of Patrick Karegeya, the country's former spy chief who was found dead in Johannesburg last month.
"Rwanda did not kill this person – and it's a big no," Mr Kagame said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. "But I add that, I actually wish Rwanda did it. I really wish it." Mr Kagame refused to rule out that he would in principle order an assassination: "Well, that's a different issue I have said what I said."
His blunt comments will fuel concerns about his style of government among the international community, which recently pulled direct aid amid reports that his regime was funding insurgency in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo. The security forces of several countries have now linked his regime to a string of threats to the lives of his exiled opponents.
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