Michela Wrong

When will Britain wake up to the horror of Rwanda’s President?

Rwandan President Paul Kagame flanked by guards in July 2000 [Getty Images]

I doubt that Paul Kagame would have me assassinated, but it became clear to me late on Sunday afternoon that, at the very least, I am in his sights.

As President of Rwanda, Kagame became the toast of the international aid community – and collected billions of dollars in aid.

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Michela Wrong
Michela Wrong is the author of Do Not Disturb: The Story of a Political Murder and an African Regime Gone Bad, published by HarperCollins.

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