Daily Archives: January 15, 2015

FEINGOLD AND U.S: DON’T HELP START ANOTHER RWANDA GENOCIDE!

During a protest of mainly Congolese staged on 28.11.12 at the diplomatic representations of Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo in London days after the rebel group M23 had occupied Goma.

During a protest of mainly Congolese staged on 28.11.12 at the diplomatic representations of Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo in London days after the rebel group M23 had occupied Goma.

By Milton Allimadi
New York, NY

In 1994 the world stood by and watched as Rwanda’s descended into genocidal killings for more than 100 days. According to new evidence, the massacres were sparked after Gen. Paul Kagame, then leader of the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) ordered the plane carrying two presidents, including Rwanda’s Juvenal Habyarimana, to be shot down (Please see new BBC documentary “Rwanda’s Untold Story.” http://vimeo.com/107867605 ) Continue reading

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Victoire Ingabire: A symbol of African humanity upheld in a prison called Rwanda

Victoire Ingabire, Rwandan politician woman incarcerated on October 14th, 2010 for daring to challenge Paul Kagame in presidential elections.

Victoire Ingabire, Rwandan politician woman incarcerated on October 14th, 2010 for daring to challenge Paul Kagame in presidential elections.

We should celebrate our African heroes while they are still alive.” BK Kumbi

Victoire Ingabire has redefined the concept of courage in African psyche. It will anymore be an exclusively manly characteristic.

On January 17th, 2015 five years will have passed. It was effectively on a similar day of 2010 that she landed at the International Airport of Kigali (previously called Aeroport International Gregoire Kayibanda in honor of the first Hutu president of Rwanda).

To remind the reader not familiar with the personality in question, Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza is a Rwandan woman politician who after living in The Netherlands for 16 years out of her country decided to return and present her candidacy to compete in the presidential elections of August 9th, 2010. Continue reading