There are still too many African leaders addicted to power — even one as effective and beloved as Paul Kagame won't institute term limits.
On 8 October 2015, Rwanda's Supreme Court ruled that Paul Kagame could run for a third presidential term in 2017, dismissing
Paul Kagame may be soft-spoken, but the Rwandan president looks determined to seek life-long rule, regardless of who is crushed under the weight of his ambition.
Over the next week, commemorations will be held across the globe to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, which between April and July 1994 claimed the lives of around 800,000 Tutsi and their perceived Hutu and Twa sympathisers...
A rapidly growing economy, oil, war, a regional role and an opposition that won't lie down. He may talk of transition and his farm but Museveni has far too much to sort out. He may hand over some tasks to others, but retiring? It's a joke.