Friday, July 9, 2010

Operation UMUSAMBI

Jean-Marie Vianney Ndagijimana, who's statements plays an important role in Peter Erlinder's dispute with Brian Atwood  wrote a very enigmatic blogpost  a few days before General Kayumba Nyamwasa was shot in Johannesburg. The quote that I keep trying to understand is this:
"Certains milieux bien informés affirment qu’un budget de 15 millions de dollars vient d'être  été alloué à l’opération  UMUSAMBI  « Grue couronnée ».  Comprenne qui pourra ou plutôt qui voudra. Mais, Kayumba le sait. C'est pourquoi il veut se rendre en Espagne. Mais Kagame refuse. Un bras de fer entre L'Espagne, Kayumba et surtout Paul Kagame. Qui en sortira vainqueur?  Qui des trois protagonistes risque-t-il d'attendre la semaine des quatre jeudis? A suivre!"
Since two days we now know that France has added it's extradition request too, which sets the number of protagonists that wan't to reach  "la semaine des quatre jeudis"  (the impossible) at four in my view. It's premature to speculate on the outcome.

The really interesting part of this post is the 15 million dollars that have been allocated to "Operation UMUSAMBI". Is Jean-Marie Vianney Ndagijimana saying that 15 million dollars were payed in order to assassinate Kayumba Nyamwasa in South Africa? It does sound like it, because Jean-Marie adds it as an important additonal reason for Kayumba Nyamwasa to want to reach Spain.

If so, and I don't see any other option, Jean-Marie Vianney Ndagijimana has become an important witness in the Kayumba Nyamwasa case, and the South African investigators should call him immediately and interogate him. And I would also advise Jean-Marie Vianney Ndagijimana to hire a very reliable personal security firm.

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