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NTV’s John Allan Namu In Exile After Rwanda Fugitive Kabuga Exposure

adiposity http://ccalliance.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php geneva;”>The miserable journalists are now hiding in Finland, fearing that the suspect’s handlers might want to eliminate them.

A source in the European nation confirmed that the crew is hiding there.

NTV insiders told this reporter that colleagues were not aware that the award-winning journalist was investigating the story that implicated the Kenyan army protecting the filthy-rich fugitive.

The US government has placed a bounty of five million dollars on his head.

“We were not aware that he was preparing that story. It took most of us by surprise. As of now, he is not in office,” the source explained.

On Sunday, NTV carried a story that implicated the army in hiding and protecting Kabuga, who has been on the run since the 1994 genocide – which he funded – that claimed at least 800,000 people.

The fugitive has escaped several traps, some organized by the US Federal Bureau of Investigations, including one that resulted in the death of a suspected FBI informer in uptown estate of Karen.

According to Namu, the Kenya Army soldier allegedly assigned to protect Kabuga disappeared — and may have been murdered — after he secretly took pictures of the fugitive, investigations have revealed.

The soldier was part of a shadowy unit set up by people close to the National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS) and the military or who appear to have had access to facilities controlled by the two institutions.


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