Abanyarwanda, na Banyarwanda kazi barenga ibihumbi bitatu bitabiriye i giterano cya Rwanda Day I Chicago banezejwe no guhura no kuganira na Nyakubahwa Perezida Paul Kagame.Mugihe abari mu kigo cya Hoteri Hyatt bagiraga ibihe byiza, hanze ku muhanda abitwa ko batavuga rumwe n’abandi baturage batarenze makumyabiri. barimo bota akazuba, basakuza, ariko ugasanga ahanini bashungereye, batangajwe nu mubare wa bantu bitabiye kwizihiza umunsi wa banyarwanda.
Umubyeyi utuye Michigan ati na tumiwe na Bangamwabo ariko singiye kwanama. Umugabo uturutse Texas we ya boneje yinjira muri Hoteri Hyatt ati singiye kugya inyuma ya ba Semuhanuka batunzwe ni binyoma.
Après Sonia Rolland, Shelina Scaravelli ? Autour des 23 heures ce samedi 4 juin, au pied de la Tour Eiffel, dans une de ces péniches qui fontle charme secret de Paris, amarré au quai, la très jeune Shelina Scaravelli Rahamatali a été élue Miss East Africa 2011 Paris. Pour sa deuxième édition, cette manifestation, organisée sous la houlette de l'ambassade du Kenya en France etsponsorisée par Kenya Airlines, Black Up et Bank of Africa, a choisi donc une jeune fille au souriée radieux, d'à peine 15 ans, pour défendre ses couleurs.
NEW YORK — Rwanda's President Paul Kagame bristled Tuesday at suggestions that democracy is not flourishing in his country, and said that the 93 percent of the vote he won last year was not enough.
Kagame said Rwanda enjoys a multi-party political system and that he supports "a right that allows anybody, everybody to express themselves."
He said the will of the people was expressed during last year's presidential election. "So, 93 percent — I wonder why it wasn't higher than that," Kagame told the Council on Foreign Relations, a prominent New York-based think tank.
When a senior Human Rights Watch director in the audience challenged Kagame, the president said he did not want to hear "lectures."
Kulutu Honore Ngbanda Nzambo ko Atumba abimisa lisese moko ya makasi tango alobaki ete “ Kozanga koyeba eza liwa ya ndambu”.O mokolo mwa lelo emonani polele ete Bana Congo bazangi kososola po bayeba penza monguna ya mboka na bango.
Banda ki koloni ya ba noko, Bana Congo Belge na Ruanda-Urundi, bafandaki na kimya nyoso, lisanga pe boboto. ` Sima bozwi bonsomi mboka ina isato ekolisa bondeko pe lisanga ba bengi na lopoto CPGL ezalaki kotangama lokola ndakisa na etando nyonso ya mboka Afrika.
Nini penza eyaki kobebisa bondeko? Bino moko boyebiete Congo ekomaka banda 1960 mboka ya ekimelo po na bato nyoso oyo bazangaki kimya na ma mboka oyo ezuami nzinga-nzinga ya RDC. Ezala bandeko oyo bazalaki kowela bonsomi na bango lokola Zambia, Angola, Na Afrika ya Ngele, banso bayaki koluka lisalisi epayi ya Nkoy mobali, Mobutu Sese Seko ya mboka Zaire.
Umushinga w’Itegeko rigena ingengo y’imari ya Leta y’umwaka wa 2011-2012;
Umushinga w’Itegeko rihindura kandi ryuzuza itegeko ryo kuwa 27/05/2006 rigena kandi rishyiraho imitunganyirize y’umusoro wakwa ku byaguzwe ku bicuruzwa bimwe na bimwe bitumijwe mu mahanga n’ibikorerwa mu Rwanda;
Kigali – The Minister of Health, Dr. Agnes Binagwaho has called for increased health information and surveillance for detection and monitoring of multidrug-resistant as well as extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) across the continent. Dr. Binagwaho made these remarks during the official opening ceremony a five-day workshop on Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR) which brings together experts from 17 English Speaking countries of Africa.
“We are very happy to host such a high level meeting in Kigali because it gives us an opportunity to better manage our health sectors. Tuberculosis knows no borders so when we only manage TB and not MDR, our efforts would be in vain,” she said.
Seventeen years on, how has Rwanda dealt with the aftermath of the genocide? We had a National Unity and Reconciliation Commission, which brought all Rwandans of different backgrounds together to discuss their past, our past, what went wrong and how we can find a remedy. I think people are trying to say, we are better than this. We didn’t deserve this. We can draw lessons from our history but not be trapped there.
On May 31, 1994 the life of Captain Mbaye Diagne the true Hero of Hotel des Milles Collines in Rwanda ended up accidently after being hit by a mortar shell which landed on his Jeep when he approached a check point on his way to UN Headquarter with a message from a Rwandese army Officer, Augustin Bizimungu to Commander Dallaire of UNAMIR.
Senegalese Army officer and a United Nations military observer during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, Captain Mbaye saved many lives. He did through a continuous risky rescue missions at great peril to himself, but his tremendous work is being claimed by an impostor who collect award and money to be used not for humanitarian purpose but to disturb the Great Lake Region.