Monthly Archives: July 2013

TRAYVON MARTIN : What has been achieved in race relations?

Trayvon Martin, a 17 year old boy was murdered while minding his own business on his way home from a 7-Eleven store, and his killer, George Zimmerman has walked free. Not only that, the court handed him the gun that … Continue reading

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BEATRICE MUNYENYEZI : The end of a genocidal enterprise

This Monday, a Federal Court in Concord, New Hampshire sentenced Beatrice Munyenyezi, 43, to 10 years in prison for lying about her role in the Genocide against Tutsi in 1994. Munyenyezi entered the U.S. and received citizenship under false pretenses, … Continue reading

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RWANDA SHINES AGAIN : Facts speak for themselves

The Global Corruption Barometer 2013 (TIGCB2013) is out, and Rwanda has been ranked the least corrupt country on the African continent. There is more cause for celebration : Rwanda is ranked 13 least corrupt country in the world. And as … Continue reading

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OBAMA AND AFRICA : Our hopes were misplaced

President Obama has just returned from Africa where he visited Ghana, South Africa and Tanzania. This was his second trip to the continent since becoming President in 2008. And if one was to score this trip, it really was much … Continue reading

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