Kagame: Rwanda’s hero, admired and not feared


By: H.E Williams Nkurunziza*

To millions of Rwandans and objective observers around the world, President Paul Kagame is the most compelling hero of our time. He is a man who not only put his life on the line to stop the most ferocious genocide in modern history, the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, while the rest of the world watched with indifference, but he has also been the main architect of Rwanda’s phenomenal turn-around from a basket case in 1994 to a model state in Africa, today. This is our reality; our truth. Continue reading

Genocidaires’ Disciples And Useful Dupes (Part 2)


By: Tom Ndahiro

Ms Judi Rever’s book, ‘In Praise of Blood’ has been extensively publicised, as expected, of a book published by a major global publishing house. Touted as a product of investigative journalism, it is in fact nothing of the sort. It is rather a reproduction of the concocted narratives and material of the planners and perpetrators of the 1994 genocide against Tutsi in their perverse attempt to shift blame for their crime onto their victims and the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) to make them responsible for their own genocide. Continue reading