By Bosco Mutarambirwa, MBA Due to understandable fear that his dictatorial regime is coming to an end, Paul Kagame is rapidly mortgaging the country to ensure that he’s not the only loser. He wants to force the people of Rwanda to support his ill-conceived plans, or else risk losing their lifetime savings in case the regime collapses. The highly publicized Agaciro development fund was unable to raise enough free money to shore up RPF failing regime. Consequently, Kagame is now resorting to issuing yet more debt, in domestic currency this…Read More
Mr. Douglas E. Coe The Fellowship 1271 Washington Avenue San Leandro,CA 94577 USA 28th December, 2013 Dear Mr. Coe, Re: Ending the Crisis in Rwanda and the Great Lakes Region through Dialogue On behalf of the Rwanda National Congress (RNC) I am writing to inform you that the current situation in Rwanda is one of those that ought to be of the greatest and urgent concern to those in the international community who have genuine concern about international peace and security in general and in the Great Lakes region of…Read More
The very day the « results » of the last sham parliamentary elections were announced, one of my Rwandan Facebook friends asked me to make a short comment over its most astonishing outcome : the incredible, hilarious 64% of women elected MPs, a first in the world. I didn’t reply to them. I’m sure it didn’t go down well with my friend. But, there are many reasons to that. The most important worth mentioning is that I couldn’t figure out how to put in a few words the significance of…Read More
By Paul Rusesabagina As a Rwandan genocide survivor, Paul Rusesabagina was disturbed to hear that the NYU Bronfman Center and Jewish Values Network is providing a forum for Rwandan President Paul Kagame to polish his image & tell more lies to the international community. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sep. 24, 2013 One is a Hero, the Other has Blood on His Hands Paul Rusesabagina released this statement today regarding the upcoming event with Elie Wiesel and President Paul Kagame sharing the same stage in New York. “As a Rwandan genocide survivor,…Read More
Blantyre, Malawi, july 24 (Raphael Tenthani/MaraviPost) _ A court in the northern Malawi city of Mzuzu has convicted a 37-year-old man for calling President Joyce Banda “stupid” and a “failure”.
Japhet Chirwa, who was arrested on Tuesday, pleaded guilty to the single charge of ‘conduct likely to cause breach of the peace’, a misdemeanour under Section
182 of the Penal Code.
THE assassins came at night, when their target was alone, and knocked on his apartment door. They had been hunting him for weeks.
Joel Mutabazi, an Israeli-trained commando, had fled his own intelligence service after suffering 17 months of solitary confinement and torture and was about to divulge his government’s darkest secrets.
But it wasn’t Mossad who were after him. Nor was it the KGB or China. The killers, he claims, were from one of Britain’s closest African allies. Mr Mutabazi, who served for 20 years as President Paul Kagame’s bodyguard, said that the men who came to kill him were, like him, Rwandan. “Kagame has no mercy,” he told The Times. “He is a killer. He is a dictator. He can’t stand any opposition.” The gunmen shot twice but missed, and ran off into the night.Read More
The following article was written by a credible yet anonymous source. It is part one of two articles that tell the story of what Rwanda is like from the inside. In classic dictatorial fashion, President Kagame has thrown caution to the wind and exposed his fear and insecurities by stripping the families of General Kayumba, Colonel Karegeya, businessman Tribert Rujugiro and others of their Rwandan Passports. These actions have been done out of fear because in true Dictatorial character President Kagame has acted in the following manner: He has been…Read More
When I was growing up as a young man in Uganda, I was told many stories about the greatest dictator President General Idi Amin Dada until his fall in 1979 by Tanzanian forces. I was too young to experience his atrocities but my family like other citizens surely had live under his terror for numerous years. A few years after his collapse in the early 1980’s, I remember the kind of fear my Uncle who had served in Amin’s forces lived with all the time due to the atrocities of…Read More
Over the weekend of July 30th and 31st there was a joint meeting between the FDU-INKINGI and the Rwandan National Congress in Brussels. This joint meeting was to discuss a number of topics related to the stability within Rwanda and on issues related to the Rwandan community in Europe. There were around 500 attendees from all over the world with speakers from both sides with the common goal of seeking peace and justice within Rwanda.Read More