By: Jennifer Fierberg On Saturday September 21st, 2013 Kenya experienced a horrific terrorist attack at Westgate Mall. Terrorists stormed into the shopping center and began shooting. There has been much speculation and various statements as to who is responsible and why but with the situation still ongoing there are no absolutes yet. Sadly, 79 people have been confirmed dead and over 150 injured. Terrifying images have been published in worldwide newspapers including one that lead to the firing of an editor. Kenyan Defense Forces has reported that, “Most of the…Read More
The Rwanda People Party (RPP) has written a letter to Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni seeking to gain his influence with President Paul Kagame of Rwanda in order to gain peace talks with opposition groups in the diaspora. The resilient and beautiful people of Rwanda deserve to be aware of all activities that opposition groups are engaging in. The letter is in full below: Your Excellency President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni As you are aware, our country went through a traumatic and unprecedented period of genocide during which almost one million people…Read More
Today is not a day for pointing fingers and trading accusations as to who is supporting who or who is fighting who in the DRC. But it should be a day for consoling and showing our sympathy for the thousands of Congolese citizens who have been displaced and made homeless in their own country, and many forced to seek refuge in neighbouring countries. The FDLR in particular has been a source of instability in the DRC and their links with the Interahamwe has never been broken.
Murders and gross human rights abuses have been going on in the DRC for many years but the United Nations Organisation Stabilising Mission in the RDC (MONUSCO) has been totally ineffective in controlling, let alone eradicating these abuses. This is the biggest UN force in the entire world but is also the most ineffective.Read More
Rwanda Peoples Party Umeå, Sweden, 1/1/2012 Dear Fellow Rwandans, all members of the RPF, Members of the opposition and all well-wishers, The Rwanda Peoples party (RPP) wishes to take a moment to wish you all a very Happy and Prosperous New Year in 2012. Our struggle for peace in Rwanda will continue with the same determination and momentum as we used in 2011. The winds of change are about to sweep Rwanda like Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. No force in this world can stop that from happening. As we are…Read More