Archive for March, 2011

By Edmund Kagire

Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, the leader of the yet-to-be-registered political party, FDU-Inkingi, is delaying the hearing of her own case, The New Times has learnt. (more…)

By Willis Shalita

In a spirit of fairness, I have been reading and re-reading this document (Rwanda Briefing), in an attempt to give its authors a fair shake. Alas! Sometimes you have to call a spade a spade. Here goes: (more…)

By Willis Shalita

In his most recent rambling, emotionally charged but childish statement, Theogene Rudasingwa, former Rwanda Ambassador to Washington, and now prominent member and supporter of FDLR, fugitive from justice, he compares  Rwanda to a painted cemetery — ” U RWANDA RUSIGAYE RUSA N’ IRIMBI RISIZE IRANGE.” (more…)

By Maj. Gen Jerome Ngendahimana– Friday, March 11, 2011

When I left FDLR in DRC and came back into Rwanda late in 2003, I remember when Kayumba (then Head of National Security Service- NSS) invited me along with Maj Gen Rwarakabije to his home in Rugando Cell, Kimihurura Sector. (more…)

By Pan Butamire–Friday, March 11, 2011

SavvyKenya, a Kenyan blogger, was here and got a glimpse of today’s Rwanda. On getting the news that President Kagame would be passing through the northern town of Musanze later in the day, the blogger decided to tweet an invitation to the president: “[I]f you’ll be passing through Musanze town this afternoon, the tennis kids will be waving at you and they have a t-shirt for you.” (more…)

By Tom Ndahiro

Brian Endless is a political science professor at Loyola University Chicago and the senior adviser to the Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation (HRRF). (more…)

By Steven Hassan–March 2, 2011

Recently in the news is political cult leader Muammar Gaddafi calling the Libyan people “cockroaches” — the very term used by radio hosts to dehumanize Tutsi in Rwanda on the cusp of the hundred-day slaughter in 1994. (more…)