Tony Blair & Co should be ashamed of continuing backing Paul Kagame

I have learnt history, especially the one about the rise of Adolf Hitler in Germany, the alliances he developed to achieve his political and expansionist ambitions. Towards the end of his devastating foolishness, those who had been his accomplices in the crimes tried to step away from him. They too did not find a gloriousContinue reading “Tony Blair & Co should be ashamed of continuing backing Paul Kagame”

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SADC tells Rwanda to stop immediately its interference in DRC and SADC

In an unusual move between African countries, Heads of states tell one of their own to behave. Africa Dictators online news outlet reported the story: “Rarely do African heads of state publicly denounce one of their own – Kagame is so bad that it has come to this. The Rwandan autocrat’s isolation is bound toContinue reading “SADC tells Rwanda to stop immediately its interference in DRC and SADC”

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Ghana/ Ethiopia: When leaders’ death tests institutions’ strength

Across Africa, we have witnessed time and again countries where sudden death of a leader has been cause of a major human tragedy. This was the case in Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Libya, Egypt only to name a few, and this at different times of their recent or past history. Unfortunately, not manyContinue reading “Ghana/ Ethiopia: When leaders’ death tests institutions’ strength”

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Arizona in the picture of massacres, and Fox news, CNN, MSNBC do not report the news

Imagine the entire state of Arizona is massacred, and the press keeps deliberately the news under wrap. Though again hypothetically that state might have in its soil unknown reserves of minerals very indispensable for US and other developed countries’ industries of automobile, aerospace, and technology, its people don’t seem to have much worth in comparisonContinue reading “Arizona in the picture of massacres, and Fox news, CNN, MSNBC do not report the news”

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ICC’s credibility hangs on indicting Paul Kagame

The Rome Statute which created the International Criminal Court entered into force on 1 July 2002 after ratification by 60 countries. The Court was established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community. 

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