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
It is an illusion to say that Rwanda is zero-tolerant for corruption, Paul Kagame plays three dominant roles that render him quite literally the ‘owner’ of Rwanda thereby making the conception of “conflict of interest” a sick joke
Rwandan parliament, its women majority notwithstanding, is a toothless rubber stamp of the one-man iron-fist rule and an illusion. What you have in Rwanda instead is yet another PR-inspired fake branding shamelessly masqueraded as “women empowerment.”
The post-1994 Rwandan history hardly paints a journey to reconciliation and long-term stability but an illusion. This is President Paul Kagame’s regime, a one-man thing demanding total allegiance in which a single diverging/independent thought is enough ground to become ruthlessly purged.
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 industrial building still uses latrine either in its primitive form of a hole in the earth, or in its modern form
Since the Kigali regime is a brutal militaristic, deceptive dictatorship under President Paul Kagame, to understand its agressive and immoral foreign policy you would have to appreciate the following seven maxims of the Kagame Doctrine
How can Rwandans get rid of Kagame’s brutal ruthless dictatorship that is killing, repressing and dividing our population, has effectively suffocated liberties and freedoms, and ultimately, how to establish a sustainable democratic political entity? Didas Gasana has done quite substantial reading about dictatorships, armed struggles, non-violent revolutions, yet none appears likely (or rather easy) at this time.
The New Times, a national English language newspaper recently quoted Dr Jean Pierre Dusingizemungu, the president of Ibuka, an umbrella body of Genocide survivors: “Ibuka strongly condemns President Kikwete’s statement as no negotiation is acceptable with a known terrorist group…