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Tutsi Congolese? Decency commands to keep quiet

Tutsi Congolese? Decency commands to keep quiet

By B. K. Kumbi Mary Robinson said: ''I think there is a recognition that we need to deal with the deeper causes because underneath the rebel group M23 is real grievance of Tutsis who don't feel at home in their own country, the Congo.'' If I had the opportunity to talk [Read More]

The Fall of M23 – A Very Expensive Loss to Many

The Fall of M23 – A Very Expensive Loss to Many

Before its defeat, M23 was seating on a very profitable business of the conflict mineral resource trade in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, smuggling tons worth hundreds of millions dollars out of the eastern Congo every year. [Read More]

Rwanda: Use of Child Soldiers is Finally Beginning to Catch up

Rwanda: Use of Child Soldiers is Finally Beginning to Catch up

The Rwandan ruling party RPF has used child soldiers known as “kadogo” or “little ones”: children aged 15 and below, some as young as 11 for more than two decades now with no consequence for such a violation of international law, which Rwanda is signatory to. [Read More]

Paul Kagame admits to abusing his army officers and directors

Paul Kagame admits to abusing his army officers and directors

Paul Kagame gets violent outbursts. He doesn’t deny physically abusing his staff. Jeffrey Gettleman, a New York Times' editor tells the beating story from every former colleague of Kagame. [Read More]

Arms Embargo on Rwanda is of Paramount Necessity

Arms Embargo on Rwanda is of Paramount Necessity

A general and complete UNSC arms embargo on all deliveries of weapons and military equipment to Rwanda is the ideal remedy to save millions of innocent civilians in Rwanda, DRC and Rwandan’s neighboring countries. [Read More]

President Paul Kagame, Deliver These Promises & We Let You Rule Us Forever!

President Paul Kagame, Deliver These Promises & We Let You Rule Us Forever!

Kagame's project sequencing and completion rate are exceedingly poor. Connecting Rwandan districts with fibre optics to spread internet rushed ahead of the availability of electricity. Let us make a deal with Kagame - deliver & rule us [Read More]

Being Minister in Rwanda is a Kiss of Death

Being Minister in Rwanda is a Kiss of Death

Being minister in Rwanda is a kiss of death: once you are fired by the President of Rwanda, no one in the country will want to be associated with you not only in public sector but also in the private sector and NGO community. Your compatriots begin to avoid you like a [Read More]

The First of Five Illusions a Naïve Visitor to Rwanda Falls for

The First of Five Illusions a Naïve Visitor to Rwanda Falls for

Rwanda is not environmental heaven but one of the five illusions gullible visitors shallow when visiting Rwanda. Kigali is an environmental catastrophe waiting to happen. Kigali does not have a central sewage or a single treatment plant. Every private, commercial and [Read More]

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Tutsi Congolese? Decency commands to keep quiet

Tutsi Congolese? Decency commands to keep quiet

By B. K. Kumbi Mary Robinson said: ''I think there is a recognition that we need to deal with the deeper causes [Read More]

The Fall of M23 – A Very Expensive Loss to Many

The Fall of M23 – A Very Expensive Loss to Many

Before its defeat, M23 was seating on a very profitable business of the conflict mineral resource trade in the east of [Read More]

Rwanda: Use of Child Soldiers is Finally Beginning to Catch up

Rwanda: Use of Child Soldiers is Finally Beginning to Catch up

The Rwandan ruling party RPF has used child soldiers known as “kadogo” or “little ones”: children aged 15 and [Read More]

Rwanda: Minority Tutsi regime or ruling Tutsi bourgeoisie?

Rwanda: Minority Tutsi regime or ruling Tutsi bourgeoisie?

By Didas Gasana Here is why I disagree with folks who say we have a minority Tutsi regime. The main psychological [Read More]

Rwandan students overseas forced to join Rwandan spy networks

Rwandan students overseas forced to join Rwandan spy networks

200 Rwandan students have just received military and intelligence training in Gako military camp and are set to join [Read More]