Monthly Archives: June 2013

With true integration, EAC countries can go places

The best news coming out of Kampala last Tuesday 25th June 2013 was not that Presidents Paul Kagame of Rwanda, Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and Yoweri K. Museveni of Uganda met. Nor was it that they agreed to construct a … Continue reading

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Being respectful of others, Rwanda expects respect in return

Mr Harold E. Acemah. When cool-tempered Joseph Rwagatare expresses a strong opinion on an individual, it means “things are elephant”, as some people would say. So, when he did it about this Acemah, I sat up and did a quick … Continue reading

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No one should be allowed to rationalise the genocide ideology

As is his habit, Ali Yusufu Mugenzi used his chance as host of the BBC Imvo n’Imvano programme to push what could be called a rationalisation effort of the genocide ideology, last Saturday. And he must have congratulated himself because, … Continue reading

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Simple lesson from tiny Girinka’s contribution

Me, I’m contemptuous of statistics. Because, come to think of it, what do mere numbers tell you? Give me a story any time and fiddlesticks to your cold, heartless numbers! Over the last five years, one million Rwandans have been … Continue reading

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