Monthly Archives: September 2013

PRESIDENT KAGAME’S MESSAGE FROM TORONTO : Have self-worth and respect yourself

In yet another triumphant RWANDA DAY for the fifth year, President Kagame was exuberantly welcomed to Toronto by well over 3,000 Rwandans, Canadians and friends of Rwanda. The message: self-worth, resilience and choosing our own path to development. The predicted … Continue reading

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RWANDA DAY 2013 : The gesture of a rising and healing Nation

This year RWANDA DAY is in Toronto (Canada) on September 28 as thousands of Rwandans in Canada, the U.S. and many others from Europe gather to take stock of where we have been, and where we are going. Patriotism is … Continue reading

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JULIUS “MWALIMU” KAMBARAGE NYERERE : In Memoriam – RIP

Nineteen years ago today, Tanzania’s founding Father (Baba wa Taifa), Julius “Mwalimu” Kambarage Nyerere passed on, aged 77. After bringing Tanganyika to its independence in 1961 as its Prime Minister and then becoming its first president after Tanganyika and Zanzibar … Continue reading

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WESTERN REPORTING ON AFRICA : Biased, patronizing and shallow

It is very rare that you see a report in mainstream media, here in America or Europe, on Africa that is accurate, unbiased, and does not betray the author’s bias, prejudices or racism. By now, most people have read the … Continue reading

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ATTACKS ON RWANDA : These too shall pass – We will not be distracted.

When the Genocide against Tutsi broke out in 1994, and the international community looked on, many surmised and predicted that Rwanda would become another failed African state. Well, we did not and have recovered faster than most people thought was … Continue reading

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