By: Rpf Gakwerere
Rwanda’s Directorate of Military Intelligence (DMI) currently has a well manned intelligence outpost at Ndjili International Airport – Kinshasa, DR Congo.
Rwanda’s Directorate of Military Intelligence currently rebranded as Defense Intelligence started building its operation capacities and capabilities at Ndjili International Airport – Kinshasa, DR Congo, in April 2019 after DR Congo’s accidental president Felix Tshisekedi granting Rwandair the rights to operate inside DR Congo.
Under the cover of Rwandair, with the approval of accidental president Felix Tshisekedi, Rwanda’s Directorate of Military Intelligence (DMI) started building intelligence cells at different airports throughout DR Congo.
For years, president Joseph Kabila refused to grant Rwandair permission to operate internal flights, on both passenger and cargo flights. When Felix Tshisekedi became the president, the first thing he did as a president was to grant Rwandair the permission to operate internal flights inside DR Congo, a country with a size of western Europe.
All intelligence services in Africa know that Rwandair is Rwanda’s Directorate of Military Intelligence tool, and this was a key reason President Joseph Kabila refused Rwandair to operate in DR Congo’s internal flights.
Currently, Ndjili International Airport – Kinshasa, DR Congo, has become one of the largest DMI hub in the world. All Rwandair staffs at Ndjili International Airport – Kinshasa, are Directorate of Military Intelligence (DMI) operatives, and DR Congo’s Intelligence services and Felix Tshisekedi in particular, are in full knowledge on how Rwanda’s Directorate of Military Intelligence has intelligence outposts throughout DR Congo and Ndjili International Airport in particular.
Most of Rwandair sales offices in Kinshasa, DR Congo, are run by personnel attached to Rwanda’s external intelligence. Rwanda’s bloodthirsty Directorate of Military Intelligence is a deep state within accidental president Felix Tshisekedi’s administration. In DR Congo, Rwandair isn’t only involved in passenger and cargo flights, it is also involved in racketeering and smuggling of minerals.
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However, for those in the enclave – Rwanda, the blog rpfgakwerere.org was blocked by the junta regime, it can’t be accessed unless you are using VPN.