The Ngoga Committee recommends that the agreement between the Government of Rwanda and the BBC be terminated.
According to the committee the recommendation is based on the identified and recurrent transgressions on the part of the BBC. Moreover, the BBC was invited to appear before this Committee but it declined. Instead, it chose to conduct its own internal inquiry whose findings entirely exonerated itself and its producers of any professional or legal Read More
“I remember my father as a whole person with all his humour and his intellect and charm and generous nature” : Portia Karegeya
“Let me begin by saying how surprised and honored I am to be named among Women of the Year by your publication. I both admire the work that you do and applaud your commitment to serving the Rwandan people through the dissemination of information and the encouragement of open dialogue in and around the issues Read More
FDLR’S RENEWED ASSURANCE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ITS 30thDECEMBER 2013 COMMITMENT TO DISARM AND ENGAGE INTO POLITICAL STRUGGLE.
BUREAU DU PRESIDENT / OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Ref: 05012015FPP03 TO: His Excellency Mr. Ban KI-MOON, Secretary General of the United Nations (UN) Her Excellency Madame Sylvie LUCAS, Chairperson of the UN Security Council; His Excellency Mr. Donald TUSK, Chairperson of the European Union Council; His Excellency Mr. Jean-Claude JUNCKER, Chairperson of the Read More
FDLR’ INVITATION TO WITNESS AN EVENT OF LAYING DOWN ITS WEAPONS: 2ND CONTIGENT ON DECEMBER 28, 2014.
FDLR: BUREAU DU PRESIDENT / OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Te: +243-853509850 Email: email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org Ref: 23122014FPP28122014 TO: His Excellency Mr. Ban KI-MOON, Secretary General of the United Nations (UN) Her Excellency Madame Sylvie LUCAS, Chairperson of the UN Security Council; His Excellency Mr. Donald TUSK, Chairperson of the European Union Council; His Excellency Mr. Jean-Claude JUNCKER, Chairperson Read More
The United Nations department of peacekeeping has unceremoniously announced the departure of one of its top commanders, Rwandan General Jean Bosco Kazura, who is alleged to have supervised a death squad in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide. Kazura—one of Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s most trusted generals—had been appointed commander of the UN’s stabilization force in Mali, Read More
President Paul Kagame’s Toxic Behaviour At The National Leadership Retreat Proves He Is Not Fit For Office
Addressing Rwandan leaders that included Chief Justice, President of the Senate, Speaker of Parliament, Prime Minister, Cabinet Ministers and other officials attending the National Leadership Retreat, President Paul Kagame declared them all to be useless. Read More
In his attempt to condone a wicked intention to sell the idea of a third term in favor of Paul Kagame at expense of democracy, Joseph Rwagatare wrote in the pro- government newspaper The New Times that not the term limits, rather the track record counts whilst determining who should and should not be elected or reelected. Rwagatare Read More
If things go his way in 2017, President Paul Kagame who will be 60, will begin his next double term of 14 years that will end in 2031 at the age of 74. In African politics, he will still be a young man ready for another 14 years, ending in 2045 at the age of Read More
As the CEO of Rwanda, President Paul Kagame, begins his lecture to a fearful gathering at the annual retreat 2015, he should not overlook the Revised Budget tabled by the Minister of Finance in Parliament on February 25, 2015. Read More
Managing Directors of IMF are supposed to be dull and boring economists obsessed with balancing countries’ books. Not Christine Lagarde. A former finance minister in France, she is a clever political operator. She proved this in her visit to Rwanda, the high mark of which was her speech in Rwandan parliament on January 27, 2015. Read More
Jan. 26, 2014 – Rwanda and Yemen are among eight countries to have their General Assembly voting rights suspended over non-payment of dues. Read More
Rwanda National Congress (RNC) strongly condemns the sentences handed to Kizito Mihigo, Ntamuhanga Cassien and their co-accused. While Rwandan court found Mr. Kizito guilty on the crimes of formation of a criminal gang, conspiracy against the established government or the President of the Republic and conspiracy to murder, everyone knows that his only crime was Read More
Saturday 31/01/2015 was a special day for Friends of Victoire, an organisation campaigning for the release of the Rwandan politician woman Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza imprisoned in Kigali since October 14th, 2010 and serving a 15 years sentence. Read More
Rwanda’s Supreme Court has issued a decision stating that it will not hear DGPR’s lawsuit on the non-respect of French Language, which was filed on 8th December 2014. Read More
Rwanda: Fighting was reported today between Rwanda national Police and players/fans of a top soccer team, Rayon Sport.
The latter frequently beats the military team. Its fans are very outspoken, which is against the norms of RPF Rwanda: Heavy fighting today between Rwanda national Police and players/fans of a top soccer team, Rayon Sport. Read More
Four Nigerian football clubs have been suspended ahead of an investigation into match-fixing after a race for promotion led to a pair of ridiculous final-day scorelines. Read More
Andrés Iniesta has been voted the winner of the 2011/12 UEFA Best Player in Europe Award, the FC Barcelona and Spain midfielder finishing ahead of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Read More