President Kagame uses internet media to harass Rwandan Opposition

Umuvugizi investigation has established that Rwanda president Paul Kagame himself has ordered the creation of internet social media intense scrutiny on anyone who may differ with him on Rwandan policies.  General Karenzi Karake, the head of NSS has created a lot of social media, to neutralize so many individual and organizations’ social media, which are gaining momentum in exposing the dictatorial regime mismanagement of the country.   Following his supreme boss authority, General Karenzi Karake decided to create “The Exposer”, which aim is to discredit any Rwanda regime opponents, inside or…

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Behind The Presidential Curtains: Does history really repeat itself?

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…

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Rwanda: There can be no higher law in journalism than to tell the truth

By: Jennifer Fierberg, MSW In an ironic analysis of the media situation in Rwanda, the publication, East African Business Week of Kampala, published a piece on March 26, 2012 entitled “Rwanda: Nation Moves to Improve Media Image” (http://allafrica.com/stories/201203261576.html). However, Rwanda has just kicked their worst tabloid/gossip paper into high gear. Rwanda has created a news website devoted to discrediting opposition groups to the current ruling party, the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), and anyone who has ever mentioned this group in their publications. This “news” site, www.theexposer.net, is full of slander…

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