Umujyi wa Kigali urasaba abarya imbwa kutavanga imyanda yazo n’indi myanda.
Nyuma yo kugaragara ko bamwe mu bantu batuye mu mujyi wa Kigali babaga kandi bakarya inyama z’imbwa, ubuyobozi bw’umujyi wa Kigali bushinzwe isuku burasaba ko imyanda ya “nyarubwana” zabazwe ikwiye kujungunywa ukwayo ntivangwe n’imyanda rusange.
Umwe mu bakozi batekera abashinwa batuye hafi n’inyubako “Everlasting Commercial Complex” irimo kubakwa ahahoze Jali Club, yabwiye ikigo ORINFOR ko akunze gutekera ba shebuja inyama z’imbwa, barisha umuceri urimo imboga.
Kurya inyama y’imbwa mu Rwanda, abenshi babifata nka kirazira, ibi bikaba bishoboka ko bifitanye isano n’impamvu z’umuco.
Ariko, bamwe mu banyamahanga baba mu Rwanda bafata imbwa nk’itungo rikomeye cyane, kuko ngo inyama yayo ifite uburyohe busumba ubwandi matungo.
Bamwe mu bantu bakora imiromo y’ubwubatsi kuri iriya nyubako ya “Everlasting Commercial Complex”, batangarije ORINFOR ko kubona umushinwa arya imbwa atari igitangaza na busa.
Bamwe muri bo bavuga ko iyo bari butegure akaboga k’imbwa, abo bashinwa ngo batanga ikiruhuko ku bandi bakozi “kugira ngo uwo munsi bakiharire”.
Gusa, bamwe mu banyarwanda babonye uruhu rw’imbwa zabazwe muri kariya gace, ngo babajìnje kwikanga ko yaba ari resitora yatetse inyama y’imbwa.
Benshi mu baturage bo ku mugabane wa Aziya, cyane mu bihugu bya Vietnam, Cambodge ndetse n’Ubushinwa, bafata imbwa nk’itungo ritanga “akaboga” karyoshye cyane.
Iyi nkuru yasohotse mu kinyamakuru igitondo.com ku itariki ya 6 Ukuboza 2010 yanditswe n’uwitwa Rudakemwa Sangano G.
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Rwanda has come a long way as a nation since the genocide of 1994. However, whilst Rwanda has scored praise for its development and economic achievements, it also continues to be criticised for human rights violations as well as the absence of political space. President Kagame is currently facing allegations of ordering the killings of both his political opponents and other individuals, including journalists, who have made public criticisms of him.
Jean Leonard Rugambage, acting editor of the Umuvugizi Newspaper, was gunned down outside his home in June 2011. The government had suspended the publication, as well as another paper,Umuseso, for six months. The late Charles Ingabire, a journalist who witnessed and wrote about unfairness perpetrated by the totalitarian Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) regime, was murdered on 30 November 2011.
The RPF sought to end the genocide between April and July 1994 and consolidated its control over the country in the years that followed. According to at least four UN bodies and a number of NGOs who collected testimonies, RPF soldiers committed war crimes and crimes against humanity during this period. A study by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees estimated that RPF soldierskilled between 25,000 and 45,000 persons between April and August 1994.
“Justice Compromised”, a Human Rights Watch report released in May 2011, reads that government officials have frequently asked anyone who suffered at the hands of a soldier to report him or her to the police for prosecution. But given that discussing RPF war crimes has been, and continues to be, equated with holding “genocide ideology” or arguing that a “double genocide” occurred, few Rwandans were likely to file such complaints.
The report goes further to highlight the failure to deal with these crimes in Gacaca courts – traditional courts, using a method of transitional justice – and to provide people who lost relatives at the hands of RPF soldiers with some form of redress, causing bitterness and frustration for some Rwandans. In reality, most victims and relatives of victims of RPF crimes, have all but given up on seeking justice. In 2009, the UN Human Rights Committee called on Rwanda to investigate and prosecute RPF soldiers responsible for the “large number of persons, including women and children, reported to have been killed from 1994 onwards.” No further actions have been taken since.
Not only has this regime brought brutality upon its population, it has added to its several political prisoners –Victoire Umuhoza Ingabire, Deo Mushayidi and others. The Independent newspaper reported that the, “Rwandan government’s activities against dissidents have increased dramatically recently. British police served a “threats to life warning notice” on Mr Mugenzi and a second Rwandan, Jonathan Musonera, laying out the danger facing them.”
In his visit to Uganda on 12th December 2011, President Kagame stated in a press conference that he might run for a third seven-year term as President – a move that not only broke the “hope” of those who expected to see the end of President Kagame’s reign in 2017, but which also requiresconstitutional amendment. President Kagame previously rejected the idea of running again as President of Rwanda, declaring that he would not amend the constitution in a move to stay in power. However, his allies have always held a different view about his leadership, and on several occasions expressed the need to prolong the dictator’s reign.
While in Kampala, he stated clearly that running again was a possibility, dismissing his previous statements on this issue. Nicholas Sengoba, a Ugandan political analyst told VOA news, “now that DR Congo has had a very inconclusive election, you can see that the security situation on that side is something to cause concern. Part of the Albertine area in which we have discovered our oil is bordered by DR Congo. All these efforts at rapprochement with Rwanda, and ensuring that there are good relations with all the other neighbours, is mainly preserving and protecting the oil, especially from a very insecure and volatile neighbour like DR Congo.”
He continued; “It is really important that President Kagame actually has a neighbour here who would never offer comfort and encouragement to those who don’t agree with him. That is one of the things that Kagame has to gain out of this.”
Describing President Kagame as “exceptional” and claiming he has done much for Rwanda, Fazil Musa Harerimana, the Minister of Internal Security, said Kagame should go on ruling Rwanda for as long as he wants. “We, as the population, will remove that impediment from the constitution such that there is nothing stopping him except his own choice,” he added.
Amending the constitution to allow a longer term for Rwandan presidents will strengthen the current regime in planning what will be next for Rwandans. As young Rwandans, we are concerned about democracy in our country. We refuse to remain silent any longer under oppression and call on the new generation to rise, speak out and challenge the de-facto rule of one man since 1994. Although there have been positive changes under his rule with impressive economic growth, due to failures in Rwanda’s political and justice systems, reconciliation of the civilian population has not happened yet. There must be a change of leadership for all Rwandans to move forward.
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Nafashe umwanya numva ijambo Perezida Kagame yavugiye muri Serena Hotel tariki ya 15 Mutarama mu gikorwa kiswe: Thanksgiving Prayer breakfast. Iryo jambo naryumvise inshuro 2 njyenyine, nyuma nsaba abantu b’inshuti turyumva inshuro zindi 2 turi kumwe kugira ngo dusobanukirwe neza, kuko iri jambo uretse ibyo Perezida Kagame yavuze hakubiyemo amakuru menshi abantu bize kuvura ibijyanye n’ihahamuka n’indwara zo mu mutwe bashobora kwifashisha mu kazi kabo. Kuko iyo ukurikiye iri jambo usanga Perezida Kagame akwiye kubonana n’abaganga babandi bita mu gifaransa Psychologues.
Ariko siwe wenyine kuko n’abanyarwanda hafi ya bose niko basigaye bameze. Nababwira impamvu z’ingenzi zibitera. Kuri Kagame we impamvu ishobora kubitera ni ukwiyemera no kutizera abandi noneho ibintu byose agashaka kubikora wenyine ku buryo bigera aho bimubana byinshi mu mutwe akiyitiranya n’Imana akumva ko ngo yihagije nta nama z’abandi akeneye, nta n’ubwo akeneye umwigisha uko ategeka, abandi bakorana nawe nabo bakamwihorera nabo bakaririmba His Excellency ngo ibye byose ni byiza ngo yabagejeje kuri byose, niwe ukora wenyine. Basigaje kuvuga ko ariwe utuma izuba riva, imvura igwa cyangwa bucya bukira.
Abayobozi bandi kubera gushaka kwigaragaza neza imbere ya Kagame, bemera ibintu byinshi badashobora gukora ibyo nabyo bigatuma bibatesha umutwe mu gihe baba bihaye ikivi kinini bigoye kurangiza (imihigo), rero ugasanga byose byirunze ku mutwe w’umuturage byahindutse imisoro, amategeko n’amabwiriza adasobanutse, kurenganywa n’abayobozi baba batitaye kubo bayobora ahubwo bitaye ku bandi bayobozi bari hejuru yabo, abaturage leta ibashyira ku mutwe ibintu byinshi bishobora kubasaza: Gacaca, Mutuel, gusorera ubutaka, gukora irondo, kujya mu itorero ry’igihugu, guhinga ibihingwa bimwe, kudasarura ibyo wahinze udasabye uruhushya, ibiciro by’ibintu byose byarazamutse, ingengabitekerezo ya Genocide n’ibindi byinshi… kandi nta handi abaturage bakura ubushobozi kuko imishahara ni mito nta n’ahandi bakura ayo mafaranga basabwa, abaturage iyo bagurishije imyaka bagurisha bahendwa bajya kugura bagahendwa nanone iyo wongeyeho n’ibyo birirwa bumva ngo igihugu kiri kuzamuka mu bukungu kandi bo bakennye muri ibyo byose ariko bakabona abantu bamwe na bamwe bari kw’ibere barimo gukira ubutitsa, ibi byose hiyongeraho akarengane, ruswa, ikimenyane. Hari bamwe bagira umujinya bagashirira imbere, ku buryo uwo bashwanye nawe wa mbere bamumariraho wa mujinya wose n’iyo yaba ari umuvandimwe cyangwa uwo bashakanye.
Mu gihe Kagame we akomeje kwerekana ko ari igitangaza abanyarwanda bo barimo kugera aho barya imbwa. Rwose agera n’aho avuga ko atazanahirima niba azatura nk’ibisi bya Huye ntimubimbaze.
Namwe ni mwiyumvire iryo jambo: http://www.paulkagame.tv/podcast/?p=episode&name=2012-01-15_kagamethanksgiving.mp3