Sylvain Sibomana and Martin Ntavuka, both FDU-Inkingi leaders in Rwanda, were today reported to be taken in police custody in Muhanga, about 50 kilometers from Kigali city. They went missing for a few hours before their colleagues could trace their whereabouts.
Ijwi Rya Rubanda, an online radio station operating from London announced today having managed to talk to Alexis Bakunzibake, 1st Vice President of the Rwandan opposition party PS-Imberakuri, from Uganda border with Rwanda, where Kagame’s security forces had dumped him alive. Times are changing for the Rwandan Patriotic Front. If we remember, a little moreContinue reading “Opposition leader kidnapped and expelled from his native Rwanda manu militari”
During the last eighteen years, timing and lying have been for the Rwandan government some of the defining characteristics of its policies in many areas of the country’s institutions. How many political prisoners are in Rwanda? Nobody knows. How many overall prisoners have died through the horrible Rwandan imprisonment system since RPF taking power inContinue reading “Rwanda political prisoners and others”
For academic institutions to partner with other similar educational organisations or others [businesses and NGOs] in different countries, with a purpose of furthering their aims, that can only be seen as a laudable initiative on their part. Nevertheless, UNESCO, the UN institution for sciences and cultures, was denounced by human rights groups as irresponsible andContinue reading “Rwanda: “should Western universities associate themselves with dictators?””
It has been for long known as an open secret that, since 1998 when Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda coalition invaded the Democratic Republic of Congo for the second time, Rwandan forces did not totally withdraw from Eastern Congo.