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Tanzania’s opposition leader Tundu Lissu flees the country

– – Tanzania’s opposition politician Tundu Lissu on Tuesday fled the country for Brussels, Belgium. He sort refuge at the German embassy since Friday after complaining about threat to his life. Lissu previously spent over two years in Belgium after surviving an attempted assassination in September 2017. A video has been posted on his Twitter handle showing him leaving for the airport accompanied by officials from the German embassy. ✌??? pic.twitter.com/8qOQf6nAk0 — Tundu Antiphas Lissu (@TunduALissu) November 10, 2020 After last month’s presidential election which he lost to incumbent President…

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Africa East Africa World 

Tanzania’s opposition leader Tundu Lissu flees the country

– – Tanzania’s opposition politician Tundu Lissu on Tuesday fled the country for Brussels, Belgium. He sort refuge at the German embassy since Friday after complaining about threat to his life. Lissu previously spent over two years in Belgium after surviving an attempted assassination in September 2017. A video has been posted on his Twitter handle showing him leaving for the airport accompanied by officials from the German embassy. ✌??? pic.twitter.com/8qOQf6nAk0 — Tundu Antiphas Lissu (@TunduALissu) November 10, 2020 After last month’s presidential election which he lost to incumbent President…

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Africa East Africa World 

Tanzania’s opposition leader Tundu Lissu flees the country

– – Tanzania’s opposition politician Tundu Lissu on Tuesday fled the country for Brussels, Belgium. He sort refuge at the German embassy since Friday after complaining about threat to his life. Lissu previously spent over two years in Belgium after surviving an attempted assassination in September 2017. A video has been posted on his Twitter handle showing him leaving for the airport accompanied by officials from the German embassy. ✌??? pic.twitter.com/8qOQf6nAk0 — Tundu Antiphas Lissu (@TunduALissu) November 10, 2020 After last month’s presidential election which he lost to incumbent President…

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The Fall of a Dictatorship requires sacrifices

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.

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