|Country of Origin||South Africa|
|Occupation|| Career criminal|
Former child soldier
|Modus Operandi||Proxy murder by shooting|
|Victims||4+ attempted by proxy|
|Portrayed By||Dayo Ade|
"If Madiba would have done what was necessary and exterminate the white devil, there'd be plenty for all my people."
Very little is known of Paul's early life, and it is entirely possible that he wasn't born in South Africa. He was abducted as a boy and fought in the Mozambican Civil War as a child soldier. In the 1980s, he moved to the Azaria district of Johannesburg, South Africa, and became a top lieutenant of the Ibhuloho gang. In 1989, Paul was interrogated as a suspect in the ritualistic murder of Constable Sarah Miller, but was cleared. The following year, he was arrested again on unspecified charges and sentenced to life in prison. In spite of this, he acquired leadership over the Ibhuloho members around 2005. He used the alias "Ingwe" during his criminal activities.
Paul orders two Ibhuloho members to shoot at an SASF convoy when it tries to retrieve the body of the latest victim of Miller's brother Curtis, located in the Botes neighborhood of Azaria. The attackers are unsuccessful; one is killed and another is injured and arrested, later revealing that the attack was ordered by Ingwe. Ingwe is later found to be Paul's alias. Paul is interrogated in prison by Seger and Simmons. There, he reminds them that the death penalty was abolished in South Africa in 1995 and asks how they could hypothetically punish him since he is already serving a life sentence. They tell him that if they hypothetically find evidence that he ordered the death of an American citizen, Timothy Smit, and is protecting his killer, they can extradite him, judge him under American laws, and sentence him to death. If he tells them who he ordered to kill Smit, however, they will leave Paul undisturbed in South Africa. Paul remains unfazed and says that he would rather allow the unsub to continue killing whites in vengeance for apartheid because he believes that Nelson Mandela was wrong for seeking racial reconciliation.
Nothing is known of how Paul is capable of maintaining control of the Ibhuloho from prison. His men are armed with AK-47s and engage in extortion and drug dealing.
No profile of Paul was made by the IRT.
- Unspecified date and location in 1990: An unspecified crime that landed him in prison for life
- November 5, 2015, Azaria District, Johannesburg, South Africa: The failed shootout: