Posts Tagged ‘BBC’

On March 30, 2009, the BBC-radio (Kinyarwanda service) aired an interview of Ingabire Victoire Umuhoza, an extremist Hutu who is president of the RDR and also president of another umbrella organisation called FDU-Inkingi. At the time of this interview she was based in The Hague, Holland. She told her Rwandan listeners that if the government in Kigali does not change their ways, there will be another 1994. (more…)

It is hard to imagine that those who planned the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda and their accomplices could still be meeting; in the very city that shelters the most powerful international tribunals. (more…)

Na: Ndahiro Tom

Evode Uwizeyimana ni umunyarwanda ubu uba muri Canada. Hashize imyaka Radiyo BBC, igice kivuga ikinyarwanda n’ikirundi yaramubonyemo kuba impuguke. (more…)

The BBC’s Kinyarwanda radio program Imvo n’Imvano has be come truly notorious with its incessant stoking – every Saturday – of conspiracy theories surrounding the death of former president Juvenal Habyarimana and its effect as supposed trigger of the Genocide. (more…)

By Andrew Mwenda

A man who can admit to being a liar should not make claims and they are taken seriously. (more…)

By Megha Mohan–April 8th, 2011 On BBC

Miles from the Rwandan capital Kigali’s centre, tucked between bustling Senegalese and Ghanaian eateries, street butchers, pavement markets and the odd informal cinema, the Gisimba orphanage is not exactly easy to find. (more…)

 

By Caroline Thomas

A few feet away from me stands Tharcisse Muvunyi, former commander of the Rwandan military school Ecole des Sous Officiers (ESO). A tall, powerful-looking man, he seems younger than his 53 years, and has an air of authority and confidence in his grey pinstripe suit and red patterned tie. (more…)

 

It’s ten years since the genocide in Rwanda when one million people were massacred. Since then, Irish aid agency Trocaire has been helping Rwandans rebuild their lives. (more…)

By FREDERICK GOLOOBA-MUTEBI

On the night of Friday January 21, Rwandans and Rwanda watchers went to bed with a momentous piece of news: Exiled dissidents Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, Patrick Karegyeya, Theogene Rudasingwa and Gerald Gahima, had formed a rebel group to fight the Kagame government. (more…)

By Gitura Mwaura– May 5th, 2007

Unlike with the previous regimes, Rwanda’s current official view is that Rwandans are one and the same people, with the law not recognising the identities of Hutu, Tutsi and Twa. (more…)