Monthly Archives: November 2012

The dark, hellish hand of a fifth column

Why does it feel as if M23 was formed long before its precursor, CNDP? It’s hard to believe that it came into existence only last April. And it’s even harder to believe that it managed to grab the attention of … Continue reading

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DRC is crying out for everybody’s helping hand

The call by Presidents Kaguta Yoweri Museveni and President Kagame Paul that M23 withdraws from Goma has punctured the bravado balloon of the international community. Where this ‘community’ (Western powers and their errand boy, the UN) thought it’d bombshell its … Continue reading

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It’s a ruthless, bloodsucking world out there!

Those in the world who shared our esteem for the institutions of Great Britain must be as puzzled as we are. What’s happening, with these turns and twists that increasingly seem to expose in them a lack of direction? Just … Continue reading

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Unity and hard work for prosperity

Last week when a friend asked me to escort him to Kigali Central Prison, popularly known as 1930, where he was going to check on bed he’d ordered made, my heart skipped a beat. Before last week, I’d only visited … Continue reading

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No leader will be allowed to muzzle the African voice

The annual Francophonie (an organisation of French-speaking countries) summit for this year took place in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), between 12th and 14th last month. I only watched a small part on TV but cannot make … Continue reading

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