By Wisdom Nwedene
Rwanda President, President Kagame has retired Army Generals and equally carried out some major changes following the military coup that sacked President Ali Bongo from power in Gabon.
9News Nigeria had reported that the coup which took place on Tuesday night shocked the world and forced many nations, including President Bola Tinubu, the United Nations and the African Union, to condemn the actions of the military.
The coup in Gabon was the latest in a series of military coups that have seen democratically elected leaders removed from the seat of power in Niger Republic, Mali, Sudan, Burkina Faso, and Guinea-Bissau.
9News Nigeria reports that
President Kagame has approved the retirement of several RDF generals, including senior presidential advisor on security matters, Gen. James Kabarebe.
The senior military officers also include Gen Fred Ibingira, Lt Gen Charles Kayonga, Lt Gen Frank Mushyo Kamanzi, Maj Gen Martin Nzaramba, Maj Gen Eric Murokore, Maj Gen Augustin Turagara, Maj Gen Charles Karamba, Maj Gen Albert Murasira, Brig Gen Chris Murari, Brig Gen Didace Ndahiro, and Brig Gen Emmanuel Ndahiro.
No reason was given for their unplanned retirement, only that it is suspected to help arrest the whirlwind of military coups currently spreading within the African continent.