Mu kwezi gushize abanyarwanda ndetse n’isi yose biboneye neza ibyabaye ku mpunzi z’abanyarwanda mu gihugu cya Zambiya aho basahuwe ndetse bagatotezwa n’abazambiya ku rwego byarangiye bisize iheruheru amagana n’amagana y’impunzi z’Abanyarwanda na bamwe mu Barundi. Ikibazo gikomeye si icyo kuko ibikorwa by’ubusahuzi byahise bihagarikwa na Leta ya Zambiya itarigeze ibishigikira na gato kandi igaragaza ko impunzi z'abanyarwanda atarizo zari inyuma y'ibikorwa by'ubwicanyi budasanzwe bwakorerwaga abazambiya, ahubwo igikomeye ni ikihishe inyuma y’ibi bikorwa bikomeje kwibasira abanyarwanda aho ababirinyuma ari inyangabirama zikomeje gufasha Leta ya FPR kujujubya no kwica abanyarwanda ari nako babangisha abanyamahanga babanye mu mahoro mu gihe kigera ku myaka 20.
For the past three decades various kinds of studies have shown the health hazard posed to Kigali City residents. This danger comes from untreated human waste and industrial discharges dumped into Rivers Nyabugogo and Nyabarongo, as well as into Rwanzekuma and Kibumba that feed Nyabugogo. These studies include the following:
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, left, greets France's President Nicolas Sarkozy on his arrival at the presidential palace in Kigali, February 25, 2010.
The 1994 Rwandan genocide, in which a tottering government spurred members of the Hutu ethnic group to slaughter as many as 800,000 of their Tutsi neighbors, has been the subject of numerous books, dramatic films, and documentaries aimed at a general audience.
Regime change in Burundi appears to be the EU and US government objective. For this to happen, the EU and the US government enlisted the help of General Paul Kagame. Kagame is the top warlord that helped some western corporations and governments to ruin DRC. After ruining DRC some multinational corporations and some western governments were able to plunder DRC’s abundant natural resources, including minerals like Tantalum, Uranium and Oil.
On October 24th, 2015 in Brussels, when supporters of the Rwandan prisoner of conscience Victoire Ingabire gathered to remember her five years of imprisonment, some couldn’t find seats in the hall of the event. They were hundreds and hundreds of them.
They came from different parts of the world, all having been touched and inspired by the life so far of this exceptional and courageous woman. Some have been calling her the African Aung San Suu Kyi, and others the female Mandela.