Monthly Archives: January 2016

In the words of a villager……

7th January 2016 There I was, in a café in a Kigali suburb, ruminating as I took in the evening view of the Kigali skyline and wondering how somebody had managed to ‘steal my vantage-points show’ when, who breezes in? … Continue reading

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Opposition in exile not of any consequence

28th February 2014 There is no doubt that Frank Kagabo’s column that appears in Rwanda Today, a weekly on Rwanda carried in The East African, is usually expressive and balanced on Rwandan issues. However, perhaps for not being a daily … Continue reading

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Rwanda will not tremble

28th March 2014 When you are trying to sympathise with all those suffering in senseless wars and other human-induced tragedies of the world, so as to that way get the courage to appreciate the day, your ears are split by … Continue reading

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National Leadership Retreat: for leisure or for labour?

21st March 2014 Last Friday 7th March was ‘exodus day’ for our leaders. From the lowest to the highest, in the public and private sectors, the leaders were packed together in college buses, bound for the north-east. Gabiro, in the … Continue reading

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The regional media should wake up to these machination games

7th March 2014 When you observe what’s happening, not to but, about Rwanda, you cannot help but wonder what’s going on. The most trivial issue is elevated to the level of most consequential happening. An individual who has never positively … Continue reading

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