Monthly Archives: May 2011

Need for all-round service delivery innovation

27th May 2011 Everybody, Rwandan or visitor, agrees that when it comes to good service delivery, the Rwandan Directorate General of Immigration and Emigration can favourably compete with any such department on the globe. It’s no wonder that in 2009 … Continue reading

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Tweeting Africa should be seen for what it is

Mr Ian Birrell is on cloud nine. And he should be, seeing as he has resurrected from obscurity. Punch his name into Google and what came up was the picture of a man who had been former everything: former deputy … Continue reading

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Curse of being an independent-minded African

When someone pointed out that my quotate last week indicated a bent to kill, I realised I’d created a misconception. In asking “Why kill the messenger?” in reference to Gitera, Rudahigwa (Rwandan king, 1931- 1959) was not referring to any … Continue reading

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Violate the Rwandan Constitution at your peril

When Helen Thomas, all of 90 years old, woke up last Monday morning (7th June 2010), the least thing on her mind was an end to her illustrious career. After all, she was as sprightly and sturdy as she was … Continue reading

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Rwandans should buttress positive reports

Sometimes you are ashamed when you read what outsiders write about Rwanda. You are ashamed because you realise that there are some who know the truth and express it better than you and yet you are the creator of that … Continue reading

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