Rwanda Supreme Court Rules to Change the Constitution: DGPR will hold a No Change Campaign

Today, the 8th of October 2015, Rwanda’s Supreme Court, chaired by the Chief Justice, Prof.Sam RUGEGE, ruled in favour of changing the constitution in the case submitted by the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, vs the Government of Rwanda, regarding the non-lifting of Presidential Term Limits from the Constitution.

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Rwandan spies and operatives networks in UK under investigation

The Proxy Lake has learnt that UK Home Office and anti-terror police is currently investigating activities of about 21 members of Rwandan community in UK, who are suspected to be spying and terrorising genuine Rwandan refugees. Those being investigated despite their apparent collaboration and partnership with the current Rwandan government, they came in UK as asylum seekers fleeing the current government. This allowed them to get UK resident permit and eventually UK citizenship.

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What really said Jean Michel Habineza?

[The iDebate Rwanda team was on campus this past week as part of their national debate tour.

Pepperdine hosted the debaters from Sept. 15 through 20. The team will visit 17 other colleges and universities within the next two months.

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A Journalist’s Search for Truth in Rwanda:Terror as Method:

Intimidated for exposing the dark secrets of an African regime out of control, Canadian journalist Judi Rever drew the line at having the life of her own children threatened.

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Rwanda: Unlawful Detention and Ill-treatment in Gikondo Transit Center

(Nairobi) – The Rwandan authorities are arbitrarily arresting and unlawfully holding some of the country’s most vulnerable people in an unofficial detention center, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.