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Kagame sends strong warning to "negative forces" fomenting instability in Rwanda

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Kigali, Rwanda, November 15 (Infosplusgabon) - Rwandan President Paul Kagame, on Thursday issued his strongest warning to 'negative forces' attempting to destabilize Rwanda, pointing out that the negative forces are those who hide behind politics, freedom and democracy to push their own agenda.

 

“We are going to raise the cost on the part of anybody who wants to destabilize our security," Kagame said while presiding over the swearing in of new cabinet members and senior military officials in Kigali.

Kagame also stressed that it is also the cost, mainly that those people who want to destabilize "our" country, are going to incur.

"You cannot be here benefitting from the peace and security that we have created, that we have paid for in blood over many years and then you do things behind our backs and cause us problems," he said.

Kagame's remarks comes after unidentified attackers last month killed at least eight people and wounded 18 others during an overnight attack in northern Rwanda near the border with Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

The attack took place in Musanze district's Kinigi sector which attracts tourists because of its Volcanoes National Park and its mountain gorillas, an endangered species.

In June last year, another group of armed gangs raided Nyabimata Sector Nyaruguru District in the Southern Province, killing two and injuring three people, among local residents.

The assailants had emerged from Nyungwe forest which borders Burundi, and fled in the same direction after the attack, said the police.

Reacting apparently to the latest inscurity, Kagame said "We will put you where you belong, there is no question about it."

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