Monthly Archives: May 2016

Capt. DIAGNE MBAYE: Rwanda salutes him

Tomorrow Capt. MBAYE would have been 58, but he was killed on duty in Rwanda saving lives, never flinching for a moment in fear for his own life. He was only 31 years old. This young Senegalese Army officer defines … Continue reading

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RWANDANS GET JUSTICE IN SWEDEN

The ┬álong arm of the law finally caught up with Claver BERINKINDI, 61, for his active participation in the genocide against Tutsi in 1994 and sentenced him to life in prison. Unfortunately this murderer had sought, and obtained Swedish citizenship … Continue reading

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RWANDA PRAISED FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE

Kigali is abuzz with ten Heads of State and well over 1,500 delegates from across the continent and other parts of the world attending the World Economic Forum. The forum’s theme is “Connecting Africa’s Resources through Digital Transformations.” I can’t … Continue reading

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AMERICA’S DYSFUNCTIONAL PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS

The 2016 US presidential campaign has been like no other I have witnessed in the 44 years I have lived here. I do not remember any other campaign so full of vitriolic and childish insults like we have seen among, … Continue reading

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