In recent articles, AfroAmerica Network reported that the meetings between Rwandan General Paul Kagame and Congolese opposition leaders Moise Katumbi and Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi, in Davos, Switzerland and Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia focused on how to outplay the Catholic church in the power struggle in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
On January 27, 2018, AfroAmerica Network reported on the secret meetings in Davos, and then in Addis-Abeba, between Rwandan General Paul Kagame and the delegation of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) opposition leaders, Moise Katumbi and Mbusa Nyamwisi. Despite unconvincing, often awkward denials by Moise Katumbi's spokesperson Olivier Kamitatu, to the point of labelling AfroAmerika Network's article "fake news" and by Mbusa Nyamwisi, who denied the Davos meeting, while affirming that he had just arrived in Addis-Ababa, after spending days in Europe, the meetings in Davos and then in Addis-Ababa, between Paul Kagame and the delegation of Moise Katumbi and Mbusa Nyamwisi did happen. Several news media outlets around the World confirmed AfroAmerica Network's report. The question is: what was said in those meetings.
Sources close to Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) opposition leader, Moise Katumbi, have told AfroAmerica Network that during the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, between January 23-26, Rwandan Paul Kagame invited and met opposition leaders, including Moise Katumbi and Mbusa Nyamwisi. Paul Kagame flew the Congolese leaders through Austria to Davos. The timing and purpose of the meetings between Paul Kagame and Congolese opposition leaders appear puzzling. Immediate questions include: why the meeting now, in Davos and in Addis-Abeba? why meeting the Congolese opposition leaders, but not Rwandan opposition leaders? and why Moise Katumbi and Mbusa Nyamwisi?
In the night of December 24 to 25, 2017, unidentified individuals burnt the private residence of Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila located in Musienene, Lubero, North-Kivu Province, DRC. Based on the live pictures received by AfroAmerica Network (see the images gallery of the fire progression, received by AfroAmerica Network), the entire residence was completely destroyed, including vehicles in the garage.