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Another Rwandan Opposition Member Murdered

May 13, 2017

RWANDA : ASSASSINATION MR. DAMASCÈNE HABARUGIRA, MEMBER OF THE FDU-INKINGI

Read the story from the FDU Inkingi website

Paul Kagame on How Lies Have a Shelf Life.

March 16, 2017

I can’t believe I’m quoting Paul Kagame today. At the closing of the 14th Umwiherero retreat he really did spill the beans.

“There are things you lie about and people believe you…but there are matters you can’t fool people about”. “Poverty…you may say that you have eradicated poverty all you want, but as soon as we open the door we find poverty at our very doorstep”…

“You can’t hide that.”

“Power distribution, building industries…there is no power. “Sorry we can’t serve you a cold drink because of power shortage…”

“Building hospitals…how can you accept funds to build a hospital and when the donors come to visit, they find and empty building with no doctors instead of a functioning hospital?”

 

Watch the whole speech on YouTube.

Tasting a St Bernardus Abt 12

March 9, 2017

St Bernardus Abt 12

I had forgotten how highly carbonated this beer was. Pour it in a glass and the show is on: you see bubbles go up for a moment, then the whole thing settles down to let you enjoy the view. The thick, clouded color of the brew is conductive to long, deep meditation. It looks like some magnificent murky waters you might drown into. Like some river on a reddish riverbed. You expect a crocodile to come out of it any second. All that before you take the first sip. That’s Belgian beer for you.

 

Genocide of the Acholi by Museveni

January 13, 2017

Olara Otunnu speaks about the atrocities committed by Museveni against the Acholi population in northern Uganda.
Here is the video

Kigali mentally incapacitates Dr Munyakazi by poisoning

November 3, 2016

Alarming news about Dr Leopold Munyakazi’s mental health. Read the article

 

Death by Monoculture in Rwanda

June 23, 2016

The RPF’s agricultural policies in rural Rwanda or how to make people starve to death and make it look like you had their best interests at heart. Read Not everybody in Rwanda gets to memorialize by ANDREA DIJKSTRA

Miriki: Forging Evidence to Kill Hutus in DRC

February 11, 2016

I received a link to this Congolese website benilubero.com, which features news items about atrocities committed against the local population in Beni Lubero, DRC. The pictures are beyond horrifying. People chopped into pieces, some disemboweled, men, women, children. Imagine for one minute what you would be ready to do if one of those victims happened to be a member of your family. Imagine what you’d be ready to do to the criminal if they suddenly found themselves in your custody. Suppose you stumbled on a phone conversation where the murderers talk about their crimes, totally incriminating themselves.

I clicked on the audio links in the article. The two conversations are in Kinyarwanda, my mother tongue. I was stunned. Not once does any of the persons in that conversation say what the article accuse them of saying.

The author pointed out 25 points which are supposed to incriminate Hutus. Not a single one of those points even remotely appears in the recorded conversations. The article is written in French, the audio is in Kinyarwanda and the target audience probably speaks French, Nande and maybe Swahili and Lingala.

The author is telling a bereaved Nande population whose members have been recently victim of massacres that Hutu immigrants are to blame for the horrendous crimes. He is basing his accusations on a conversation in a language that neither he nor his translator, does understand.

Any Kinyarwanda-speaking, ten year-old listener can tell the whole article is a blatant fabrication, not even a smart one. In the meantime, chances are Hutus in Nande neighborhoods are being hunted down as we speak. Based on a misleading translation.

Here is a scrupulous transcription of the audio conversations in Kinyarwanda along with the translation into French.

 

  1. FIRST PHONE CONVERSATION in Kinyarwanda

  • Oui ?
  • Olivier bite ?
  • Ngo ngwiki ?
  • Amakuru yanyu ?
  • Amakuru ni meza.
  • Est-ce que ni Olivier ?
  • None wari uzi se ko ari nde ?
  • Eh?
  • Ni we.
  • Ah, ni we, nari nakuyobewe nanjye ndikumva ijwi ari nk’iryahindutse. Bite se ?
  • None usigaye uba he se ?
  • Jyewe ndi mu nkambi Miriki.
  • I Miriki se wagezeyo ute, ahongaho n’ibyo wakoraga hano wagezeyo ute ? Burya mwatubeshyaga gutyo mwa ?
  • Oya, umva, ntabwo ari ukubabeshya. Ahubwo byatewe n’abayobozi mwaduhaye, aho batweretse ho kunyura niho twanyuze.
  • Hehe….aha.. (inaudible)
  • Oya none uziko hano Mirike ho turi uziko hari ikibazo cyaba kirimo ku buryo kuhagera ho bikomeye ?
  • None ko utari kuza se abandi ntituri kumwe ?
  • Ahubwo iyo umbaza gutyo, none se ko uzi ko twahunze mu kavuyo, hari umuntu wamenye..twebwe aho twabonye abenshi bari kwerekeza, ubwo ntabyo gupanga ukuntu turahunga ubwo niyo mpamvu wabonye abantu bose twapfuye kugenda turi mu kigare.
  • Imbunda wari ufite wayishyize he se ?
  • Muz…ntuza se muzehe ntiyari yaje kuyinyaka, aje kuyinyaka rero bon ndavuga nti non, buriya hari uko bavanguwe tu, nani musaza Lambert.
  • Heheh…
  • Ubwo re…
  • Mumerewe mute
  • Eh ? Allo ?
  • Mumerewe mute?
  • Wapi ko anari ibikuru se bya hano ko turi kuri MONUC twebwe ko nyine uri kubona tunatandukanye n’abo bahutu bari kwicara bari kutubwira ibigambo byinshi turi kujya no gushaka agati ko kuboha ugasanga turi gushaka gutemaniranayo ….na ni bibi tu, ntaho ari byiza.
  • None mwakwifunguye mukavamo se ?
  • Bon…oya, ibyo kwifungura, hano turacafite ubudahangarwa, ahubwo nkatwe b’abagabo ni twebwe dufite uburyo icyo gukora wenda ni twebwe twabona ukuntu tuvamo.
  • None se ba bategetsi banyu niba ari ba Bwigdi na ba nde bari kubabwira ngo iki ?
  • Oya nta…ejobundi baje gukoresha inama hano
  • Yee
  • Urabona buno bwoko bwose…Umuntu wese urimo wese witwa ngo atuye hano wo mu bwoko…yaba umusaza, yaba umugore, yaba umugabo, bose ni abamayi.
  • Yee
  • Ubwo nyine bakore kom…nani ntuze nani Administrateur yari yaje, ubwo tumanuka natwe tujyayo, inama barayikoresha ejobundi.
  • Yee
  • Ubwo noneho Admin yari atumye ….ni Délégué we bari batumye barabaza bati esi abamayi bari hano… kabisa hari igikundi cy’abantu benshi ati abamayi bari hano nibashyire urutoki hejuru. Bose bashyira hejuru bose bose abo wari uzi…”

 

Translation of the FIRST PHONE CONVERSATION into French

  • Oui ?
  • Olivier, ça va ?
  • Comment ?
  • Comment allez-vous ?
  • Ca va bien.
  • Est-ce bien Olivier ?
  • A ton avis ?
  • Comment?
  • C’est lui-même.
  • Ah, c’est toi, je ne t’avais pas reconnu, ta voix me semble différente. Et ça va ?
  • Tu vis où maintenant ?
  • Je suis au camp à Miriki.
  • Qu’est-ce que tu fabriques à Miriki ? Avec ce que tu faisais ici, comment es-tu arrivé à Miriki ? Vous nous avez mené en bateau à ce point ?
  • Non, écoute, il n’y a pas eu de mensonge. C’est à cause des dirigeants que vous nous avez donnés, nous avons pris le chemin qu’ils nous ont indiqué.
  • Hehe….aha.. (inaudible)
  • Tu crois peut-être que c’est difficile d’arriver là-bas à partir d’ici à Miriki?
  • Pourquoi ne viens-tu pas alors ? je suis avec les autres.
  • C’est ça qu’il fallait me poser comme question. Nous avons fui en désordre. Nous avons suivi le mouvement de foule, sans rien planifier.
  • Où as-tu mis ton arme à feu ?
  • L’autre-là, le vieux est venu me la prendre et bon, j’ai dit non. Les gens ont été sélectionnés, c’est sûr. Le vieux-là, Lambert.
  • Heheh…
  • Oui. Et…
  • (inaudible) comment allez-vous
  • Eh ? Allo ?
  • Comment allez-vous?
  • Ca ne va pas, (inaudible) nous sommes à la MONUC et nous sommes apparemment séparés (ou bien différents) de ces hutus. Ils ne peuvent pas la fermer. Même quand on va chercher du bois c’est à peine si on n’échange pas des coups de machette…la situation n’est pas bonne.
  • Pourquoi vous ne vous évadez pas ?
  • Bon…non, ici nous avons encore l’immunité. Nous les hommes, on y arriverait peut-être.
  • Et vos chefs, Bwigdi et les autres, qu’est-ce qu’ils vous disent ?
  • Rien …hier ils sont venus faire une conférence ici.
  • Oui ?
  • Tu vois toute cette tribu …Tout membre de cette tribu qui habite ici …les vieux, les femmes, les hommes, tous sont Maï Maï.
  • Oui ?
  • L’autre-là, l’Administrateur était venu, nous sommes aussi allés à la réunion. C’était avant-hier.
  • Oui ?
  • L’Administrateur avait envoyé son Délégué. Il a demandé à l’assistance qui était Maï Maï. C’étail une foule nombreuse. Il a demandé que ceux qui étaient Maï Maï lèvent le doigt. Tous ont levé le doigt ! … Tous ! … ceux que tu connaissais …”

 

2. SECOND PHONE CONVERSATION in Kinyarwanda

  • Allo ?
  • Bite se ?
  • Ni salama.
  • Ko ndi kumva ingoma nyishi hepfo iyongiyo bimeze bite ra ?
  • Imbuma ?
  • Yee
  • Twebwe ko turi…turi mu nkambi bari kuyomba ntabwo umuntu yapfa kuzumva
  • Aah
  • Uri kuzumva ahagana he ?
  • Iyongiyo mu i centre iyo iwanyu
  • Imbuma, ingoma ?
  • Ingoma, ingoma.
  • Ntuzi ko harimo ibiriyo se bya ba bandi bo bishe ?
  • Aah, niyo mpamvu bari kuvuza ingoma ?
  • Yee, harimo ibiriyo kabisa bigeze muri bitanu
  • None bishe abantu bangahe ?
  • Bishe bane, ni bane bishe.
  • Ee
  • N’uwo mu Mayi wabo ubanza bari kumubyinira ubwo kubera yapfuye uwo biciye iyongiyo hagana iyongiyo niba ari ejo hari hariyo intambara iyongiyo niba ari i Bukumbigwa.
  • Yee
  • Yee, ubwo rero uwo bishe i Bukumbigwa ahubwo ni uwa hano hafi y’aho turi ku nkambi.
  • Umumayi ?
  • Yee ni umumayi
  • Hari uwapfuye se ?
  • Yee, ng…hari uwo bishe da, bishe…”

 

Translation of the SECOND PHONE CONVERSATION into French

  • Allo ?
  • Ca va ?
  • Ca va bien.
  • J’entends beaucoup de tam-tams chez vous, qu’est-ce qui se passe ?
  • Des imbuma ?
  • Oui
  • Nous on est dans le camp …il y a un brouhaha, on ne les entend pas facilement
  • Ah
  • Tu les entends de quel côté ?
  • Au centre, chez vous.
  • Tu parles d’Imbuma ou d’ingoma (tam-tams)?
  • Des tam-tams.
  • C’et le deuil de ceux qu’ils ont tués, tu ne savais pas ?
  • Ah, c’est pour ça qu’ils jouent du tam-tam ?
  • Oui, il y a au moins cinq deuils en cours.
  • Et ils ont tué combien de personnes ?
  • Ils en ont tué quatre.
  • Eh !
  • Je crois qu’ils sont aussi en train de danser pour leur Maï qui est mort, ce lui qu’ils ont tué là-bas, là où il y avait des combats hier je crois, le lieu appelé Bukumbigwa je crois.
  • Oui
  • Oui, et donc celui qu’ils ont tué à Bukumbigwa était originaire d’ici, tout près de notre camp.
  • Un Maï Maï ?
  • Oui, un Maï Maï
  • Ah bon ? un Maï Maï est mort ?
  • Oui, il paraît qu’ils en ont tué un, ils ont tué… “

 

I’m sure benilubero.com serves some helpful purpose to the local population, but they really should stop fabricating evidence to incite gullible peasants into killing their neighbor who happen to be of a different tribe.

Link to the article:

Deux communications téléphoniques en Kinyarwanda dévoilent les complices des massacres de Miriki

 

 

 

UNHCR Gabon’s Role in Hutu Genocide

August 18, 2014

Amiel Ntamuhanga’s article should be read, shared, copied and pasted a million times. He’s giving the names of the victims, the time and place of the crime(s).

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE RWANDAN HUTU REFUGEES WHO FLED FROM GOMA IN 1997 TO FRANCEVILLE IN THE REPUBLIC OF GABON?

I am a cousin to one of those Hutu refugees who were forcibly returned to Rwanda by UNHCR Gabon, which was represented by Ms. Louise in concordance with the RPF government, which was represented by Gen. Charles Kayonga.  Once they were returned to Rwanda, most of the refugees were brutally executed, others were put under house arrest where they were subjected to daily physical and emotional torture. Before I start widely exploring to what befell these innocent Hutu refugees in Gabon, I want to add that this people had fled on foot from various refugees camps which had formerly been established in Eastern DRC such as Kibumba, Kahindo, Gatare, Mugunga, Kiwanja, Panzi, ENRA, Nyangezi I, II, III, and IV, Kavumu, Gako, and other refugee camps that were found in Eastern DR Congo, the former Zaire. I want to give you a brief chronology of what happened to the day that innocent Rwandan refugees were forcibly deported from Franceville in Gabon to Kigali Rwanda. How did really UNHCR and the world’s powerful countries decide to leave the Rwandan Hutu refugees for the RPF and its allies’ onslaught?

Rwandan Hutu Refugees in Goma, October 1996

The RPF, Uganda, and Burundi together with Kabila’s rebels’ invaded Hutu refugee camps in Eastern DRC killing any living creature. The rest were forced to go back to Rwanda. In the process young Hutu refugees were singled out and were either butchered or sent back to DRC to fight their relatives who were fleeing into interior DRC. In Sake the RPF, Burundian, and

RPF SOLDIERS HUNTING HUTU REFUGEES IN DRC

Ugandan soldiers supported by American helicopters and armored vehicles came and attacked millions of Hutu refugees who had gathered in the Sake shopping center. They started shooting and shelling at refugees from the ridges of Sake hills. Thousands of refugees lost their lives and others sustained life-threatening injuries. This indiscriminate bombing of refugees continued for three good days until one early morning young people had to come together to save our lives. The EX-FARS, Contingents, and Congolese Hutu combatants pushed through the hills of Sake and created a humanitarian corridor that saved millions of Hutu Rwandan, Burundian, and Congolese refugees. Many refugees swam over the hills of Masisi. Of course RPF soldiers were at our heels slaughtering the weak ones that lagged behind either because they were sick, tired, children, mothers with babies on their back, elderly people, or pregnant women were the first to fall on Kagame’s brutal sword. Despite all this mass onslaught the American government made sure its media does not broadcast the mass murder that was taking place against Rwandan refugees. In addition, the UNHCR which claimed to protect refugees was the first to brand innocent Hutu refugees as genocidaires who are fleeing justice. That is how we all were left helplessly to be butchered as chicken under the butchers’ knife.

Rwandan Hutu Refugees in Walikale, November, 1996 

After two months of running under RPF’s, Kabila’s, Ugandan, and Burundian bombs, we arrived in Walikale. This was like a meeting place because this is the place where Hutu refugees from North Kivu and those from Hutu refugee camps of Bukavu converged. Out of 4 million

HUTU REFUGEES MASSACRE IN WALIKALE

refugees who were found in both Bukavu and Goma, more than 1.5 million Hutu refugees had managed to soldier on toward the unknown destination. This time around there were also around 300,000 of Congolese refugees from South and North Kivu. The majority of them were Congolese Hutu communities from Rutchuru, Masisi and other Congolese regions who were also being targeted by Tutsi-led RPF soldiers. Here we have to remember that all these attacks were led by General Kayumba Nyamwasa and General Kabarebe. The RPF were catching up with Hutu refugees who were tired and extremely exhausted because of long distance on foot and hunger. The Hutu refugees continued their exodus toward Kisangani and now they were on the road. They continued from Walikale to Amisi where they established the first camp of people who were extremely tired, sick, and pregnant women. There were around 150,000 refugees from all courses of life. Other refugees who were still strong mainly comprising young people went and established another refugee camp at an aerodrome of Tingitingi in Maniema region. This was near the Christmas of 1996. It was after three months of fleeing without stopping at all. Refugees had witnessed RPF slaughtering their relatives and others die of sickness or exhaustion.

Rwandan Hutu Refugees in Tingitingi, Christmas of 1996

More than 300,000 Rwandan Hutu refugees and more than 50000 Congolese refugees and more than 30000 Hutu refugees from Burundi. All of them gathered in Tingitingi hoping that UNHCR and other humanitarian organizations will come to their help but they did not. Instead the then President of UNHCR Sadako Ogata and European Commissioner Louise Arbor visited Tingitingi and looked at the emaciated children and told them, “you must go back to Rwanda or you die in this jungle.” Two months after the sad news from Sadako the RPF attacked the Tingitingi refugee camp. Around half a million refugees were forced to cross over River Lubutu. In the process the bridge was overburdened and collapsed into River Lubutu. Thousands of refugees, children, mothers, pregnant women, and elderly people sunk into the river until they made a new bridge. The refugees who crossed the river at around 5am managed to cross over bodies that were accumulated in that river. Families were lost forever in Lubutu river. In Kisangani when the refugees were taken to Ubundu, RPF soldiers disguised as Red Cross volunteers and lured all refugees from Eastern Zaire to Ubundu refugee camp and were killed at night when the so called Red Cross volunteers put on RPF uniforms and started shooting randomly, killing more than 10000 refugees overnight. Those who survived continued all the way to Kisangani, Ubundu, Ikela, all the way to Mbandaka.

Rwandan Hutu Refugees in Mbandaka, March 1997

This time, majority of refugees had given up and decided to remain in the Ituli forest of Equator. Others had continued to run from the enemy who had now gained ground because he had accessed the routes leading to Kisangani and the River Congo and the Kisangani Airport.

HUTU REFUGEES IN KISANGANI

RPF was determined to kill Hutu refugees at any cost and the international community had given them right to kill anything that looked like Hutu. They continued their killing spree from Ubundu all the way to Mbandaka. At Mbandaka, RPF soldiers disguised as Congolese soldiers brought a ship which was supposed to assist refugees to cross over to Lukolela in Eastern Republic of Congo. However, after more than 5000 refugees, mostly Hutus and those Congolese refugees from Eastern DRC had boarded the ship which had been mined with explosives, it was ferried into the middle of River Congo and abandoned there full of refugees, children, elderly people and women. Then the explosives were detonated. Thousands of refugees died in that river. Those who survived crossed over the border to the Republic of Congo in Lukolela refugee camps others went all the way down to Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of Congo. These refugees in Brazzaville were moved to Bilolo refugee camp.

Rwandan Hutu Refugees in Brazzaville, Bilolo in the Republic of Congo May 1997

Rwandan Hutu refugees together with other refugees that were in Kinshasa and Brazzaville were relocated to Bilolo Refugee camps. However, it did not take long before the Cobra and Ninja for both Sassou Nguesso and Pascal Lissuba started fighting. Some of Rwandan refugees and other refugees from other countries decided to continue fleeing again from Brazzaville towards Gabon, Central African Republic, and Cameroon. Others went up to Guinea. Some were so tired and exhausted they decided not to flee any more. Instead they stayed in Brazzaville to face whatever challenges could come. Others continued fleeing up to Lekoni in Bongoville, Gabon. When they arrived in Gabon they were taken to Franceville.

Rwandan Hutu Refugees in Lekoni, Franceville, Gabon June 1997

HUTU REFUGEE KID PULLING THE BODY OF HER MUM
AFTER BEING KILLED BY RPF IN DR CONGO

In Lekoni the Rwandan refugees were not so lucky because they found Tutsis who had lived and married Gabonese women and they immediately established an anti-Hutu refugee newsletter called Lekoni Matin (meaning Lekoni morning). This RPF propaganda mouthpiece was designed to instigate hatred against Hutu refugees in Gabon. The newspaper published stories defaming refugees and calling them genocidaires. The hatred against innocent Hutu refugees grew faster and later Paul Kagame and his government which was led by Twagiramungu Faustin they dispatched General Charles Kayonga to go to Gabon and negotiate Rwandan Hutu refugees deportation. In charge of UNHCR in Gabon was a lady by the name Louise who hailed from Cameroon. She was given a huge amount of dollars in order to assist in influencing Gabonese politicians to expel Rwandan Hutu Refugees. Among those who were involved in accomplishing RPF plan to forcibly deport Rwandan refugees from Franceville to Kigali was also the Governor of Franceville. UNHCR facilitated the process by telling refugees that they must leave Gabonese soil because UNHCR does not have land but in true sense Ms. Louise did everything to make sure Rwandan Hutu refugees were expelled from Gabon. The process was just peaceful but militarized.

What Really Happened to the Rwandan Hutus Refugees in Franceville, Gabon 1997?

UNHCR asked the Franceville governor to bring soldiers to threaten and intimidate refugees so that they accept to be deported back to Rwanda. In the presence of Gen. Charles Kayonga, and the US representative. They all brought enough money and they were staying in the nearby hotel at MVENGE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Refugees of course refused to accept

MVENGE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FRANCEVILLE

what UNHCR representative Ms. Louise was asking them, to go back to Rwanda. It was not an easy thing for refugees who had walked more than 6000km on foot to be told that now you are going back to Rwanda and yet you have spent the last three years running from RPF and now you are told you are going back to Rwanda. What was shocking is that there had been numerous reports on Human Rights abuse in Rwanda and one of them was a UNHCR-sponsored report which was to be known as the Garson Report which never saw the light because of UNHCR and US pressure to kill it. This report outlined thousands of cases of people who disappeared. Most of those disappeared were people who sometimes related to some of these refugees who had been running away to save their lives. Now they are being told to go back to Rwanda and be butchered as their relatives who had been killed by RPF. In addition, a RPF representative Gen. Charles Kayonga who was a Colonel then had flew all the way from Kigali to come for refugees’ heads. However, UNHCR overlooked all this and subjected these refugees to brutality and possible murder.

When the Franceville governor brought in soldiers they were given instructions to beat us and rape our sisters, daughters, and wives we were with. That is what happened. They separated men from women and put women in their own room and raped them day and night. They also put red pepper in women’s private parts whereas women they were spread with red pepper in their eyes. It was a three day’s ordeal which saw two people losing their lives. At the end refugees had nowhere to go. We accepted to be taken back to Rwanda because it was no longer possible to remain in Franceville Gabon and they did not want to let us go back to Congo Brazzaville, two refugees had already died of beatings from Gabonese gendarmerie and Rwanda was determined to have our heads decapitated. Then UNHCR representative known by only one name Louise said that they wanted to give Rwandan refugees exile somewhere else in another country. When all refugees were inside the plane they were all taken to Rwanda. More than 540 refugees comprising children as young as 1 year old were taken to prison in Camp Kigali where they were tortured both physically and mentally. They used to be beaten up three times a day in what they termed as breakfast, late lunch, and supper. This included mob beatings where more than 10 solders could swarm on one person hitting with whatever they could lay their hands on.

545 Rwandan Hutu Refugees from Gabon to Kanombe, Kigali July 1997

At their arrival in Kigali the Gabonese Rwandan refugees were received with beatings, torture of all sorts and threats that they were going to be killed. It did not take long before the RPF started killing them one by one. They were denied food, water, and medicine. All these refugees were put in a clandestine torture chamber where they couldn’t sleep or sit but spend their entire life inside standing. Many people’s legs and testicles started swelling. The RPF denied refugees water and food but promised them enough beatings. It is in this process that many refugees started dying of beatings and other sorts of torture. Briefly the following is a list of those who succumbed to death due to RPF torture after they were forcibly deported from Gabon to Rwanda by the UNHCR under the supervision of Gen. Charles Kayonga: Some of the names are of your brothers and sisters who were killed and disappeared and you didn’t know that RPF and KAYONGA sucked their last blood. All the list below were killed by starvation and beatings. Others were killed by a hammer in their heads.

Date killed Name of the victim Prenom Commune Prefecture
14.01.98
03.02.98
03.02.98
11.02.98
18.02.98
18.02.98
06.03.98
06.03.98
08.03.98
08.03.98
09.03.98
11.03.98
11.03.98
14.03.98
15.03.98
19.03.98
21.03.98
23.03.98
23.03.98
25.03.98
26.03.98
27.03.98
27.03.9828.03.98
29.03.98
29.03.98
30.03.98
30.03.98
01.04.98
01.04.98
02.04.98
04.04.98
06.04.98
07.04.98
28.08.98
01.09.98
08.09.98
09.09.98
12.09.98
02.11.98
Iyamuremye
Nzarora
Uwimana
Sadiki
Niyirora
Sindikubwabo
Bigirimana
Singirankabo
Rwaheru
Ntiyamira
Kalimba
Ntezilizaza
Ntirushwa

Ndagijimana
Habimana

Nzeyimana
Liboneye
Mamera
Tuyikorere
Gasherebuka
Habimana
Muhayimana
Niyonzima
Ndayambaje
Nyaminani
Mapagadi
Harelimana
Nsengiyumva
Namubonye
Manase
Kayitare
Harerimana
Mujyarugamba
Uwiragiye
Ntwusigumuruho
Kagaba
Nkurunziza
Camarade
Karekezi
Muhawenimana

Nsengiyumva
Nyirasafali
Sibomana
Mukezabatware
Mungarurire
Ndagijimana
Ndayisaba
Murangira
Sibomana
Tereraho
Hakizimana
Ngerageze
Nzabanterura
Hakuzimana
Habyalimana
Ndagijimana

Sezikeye

Twaha

Daniel
Theogene
Evariste
Ntawumenya
Laurent
Innocent
Bernard
Oswald
Felicien
Nestor

Jean de Dieu
Samuel
Ephrem
Alias Mushi
J.M.V
Charles
Ndisebuye
Jean de Dieu
Aloys
Innocent
J. Damascene
Paul
J.M.V
Juvenal
Jacques
Innocent
Vincent
Herman
Ildephonse
Innocent
Straton
Alexis
Alias Kaboko Justin
Sabibu alias Tunis

Hakim
Phocas

Seraphine
Venant
Jean de Dieu
Mathias
Eliphaz
Jonas
Francois
Jean Pierre
Michel
Anastase
Thadee
Jean Bosco
Gilbert
Jean Baptiste
Jean Marie.V

Celestin

Gaseke
Kibali
Kivumu
Rubavu
Musebeya
Maraba
Shyanda
Bulinga
Kiyombe
Bulinga
Mugambazi
Rutongo
Runyinya
Kivumu
Gisuma
Nyamagabe
Nkuli
Kayove
Kanama
Mwendo
Nyamugali
Karengera
Kayenzi
Nkuli
Nyabisindu
Rwamatamu
Karambo
Huye
Nyamabuye
Maraba
Rukara
Kivuma
Mutura
Nyarutovu
Gaseke
Nyamugali
Murambi
Nkuli
Rwamiko
Rutobwe

Maya
Shyombwei
Rubingo
Gashonyi
Mushubi
Kabatwa
Ngoma
Gafumba
Gishyita
Masango
Kagunga
Mukamira
Bisika
Bicumbi

Kirundo

 

Rurambo

Gisenyi
Byumba
Kibuye
Gisenyi
Gikongoro
Butare

Gitarama
Byumba
Gitarama
Kigali

Butare
Kibuye
Cyangugu
Gikongoro
Ruhengeri
Gisenyi

Kibuye
Ruhengeri
Cyangugu
Gitarama
Ruhengeri
Butare
Kibuye
Gikongoro
Butare
Gitarama
Butare
Kibungo
Kibuye
Gisenyi
Ruhengeri
Gisenyi
Ruhengeri
Byumba
Ruhengeri
Gikongoro
Gitarama

Nkumba
Rushashi
Rutongo
Satinskyi
Nayamugari
Mutura
Gishyita
Mugusa
Gishyita
Bulinga
Mwendo
Nkuli
Kinyami
Manyagiro
Rutonde
Mutura

BURUNDI

Gaseke

PLEASE DISTRIBUTE THIS LIST WIDELY SO THAT SOME OF THE MOTHERS OR CHILDREN CN NOW KNOW HOW THEIR BELOVED ONES DIED. IF UNHCR GABON DID NOT COOPERATE WITH RPF GOVERNMENT REPRESENTED BY GEN CHARLES KAYONGA THIS PEOPLE WOULD STILL BE ALIVE. HOWEVER, I MUST ALSO THANK AN INKOTANYI USED TO BE KNOWN AS SGT MUROKORE POKEZA FROM CYANGUGU WHO, DESPITE THE HARSH PUNISHMENTS WERE AWATING FOR HIM, HE MADE SURE TO BRING WATERS TO THE VICTIMS WHENEVER HE WAS KUBURINZI. MAY GOD BLESS HIM. ALSO FATHER LAURENT LORENZO OF FRANCEVILLE PARISH WHO PLEADED WITH THE UNHCR REPRESENTATIVES TO ALLOW RWANDAN REFUGEES TO BE ALLOWED TO GO BACK TO CONGO BRAZZAVILLE INSTEAD OF BEING FORCIBLY DEPORTED TO RWANDA WHERE THEY COULD BE KILLED. 

24 years of Genocide against the Hutus

May 18, 2014

May 3, 2012

This article is so good it doesn’t get old. Enjoy, people.

Back To My Roots

There is a lot of information coming out about Rwanda’s growing prosperity, and their tough dealings with human rights violations among their citizens. Basically you hear, Rwanda has cleaned up, and is fast becoming one of Africa’s economic power houses. This is especially remarkable considering Rwanda’s violent history, especially in the 1990s. However, like what actually happened in the 1990s, that Rwanda is prosperous and its citizens are growing fast out of poverty is a myth. It’s true, there is a section of the Rwandan populace that is fast becoming wealthy and growing out of poverty. However, it is important to note that this section of the population is usually part of the ruling class, and the wealth hardly trickles down to other non elite members of the society, specifically, the farmers. Emmanuel Hakizimana,  Professor of Economics at the University of Quebec in Montreal and Former professor at the…

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