We’ve just received news from our source, that Former Spy master of Criminal Paul Kagame, Colonel Patrick Karegeya, has been killed in a south African(Johannesburg) Hotel, where he had been attending a meeting with a group of Rwandans. According to the source, Karegeya died from choking. The police has just removed his body for autopsy examination from Michelangelo Towers, an upmarket hotel in the Johannesburg suburb of Sandton.
“He was found in the hotel room dead on the bed,” said a statement by police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Katlego Mogale. “A towel with blood and a rope were found in the hotel room safe. There is a possibility that he might have been strangled.”
Its believed that someone known to Patrick Karegeya very well and who happened to be a Rwandan, phoned and invited him for a drink to celebrate 2014, at his hotel. However, another source claims that it was a woman that phoned him.
But its being mentioned by most people that the person he was meeting is known as Apollo Kirisisi Ismael a people’s smuggler and also along time spy for the notorious Rwandan DMI. Being an associate of Patrick Karegeya, he went straight to the hotel Room where they always met. That’s where he was met by a group of men that strangled him to death.
In fact, Patrick Karegeya told his family where he was going , and who he was meeting. When the family, realised he had taken very long to come back, they decided to call, but the phone kept ringing….and ringing, with no answer. They then decided to start looking for him, when they got to the hotel, they found Patrick Karegeya already dead.
It is of importance to note that Kagame’s former top spy, Col Patrick Karegeya, was also recently in the international news media claiming that President Paul Kagame is responsible for the assassination of Col. Theoneste Lizinde, alongside other dissidents in foreign countries.
Karegeya, who was 53 according to police, leaves a wife, Leah, who is in Johannesburg, and three children. Karegeya exercised great power when he served as intelligence chief of Rwanda for 10 years before he was arrested and jailed for 18 months for insubordination and desertion. He fled the country after he was stripped of his rank in 2006.
he Rwandan opposition speculates that the Rwandan government might have been prompted to get rid of Karegeya now to prevent him testifying about the death of then Rwandan president Juvenal Habyarimana in April 1994.
Karegeya told Radio France International (RFI) in July that he and Nyamwasa had evidence that Rwandan President Paul Kagame had been behind the shooting down of Habyarimana’s aircraft as it was about to land at Kigali airport.
Habyarimana’s death sparked a genocide by majority ethnic Hutus against minority ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus.
Karegeya and Nyamwasa told RFI they were prepared to hand over their evidence to French judge Marc Trevidic, who is investigating the aircraft crash because the pilot and co-pilot were French.