New king of Rwanda is a 56-year-old security company boss who lives in a council house in Sale

  Mail Online 
Father-of-two Emmanuel Bushayija, 56, who lives in Sale, Manchester, has been named as the new king of Rwanda, succeeding his uncle Kigeli V who died heirless in the US last October.
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