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Love For My Father Ruined My Education – Militia-woman

Love For My Father Ruined My Education – Militia-woman

She wore a red winter Jacket and a black trouser with old sandals in her feet. She, however, is not in a winter-hit Europe or in the Nordic world…

RIB Investigating Min. Uwizeyimana Assault Incident

RIB Investigating Min. Uwizeyimana Assault Incident

Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has said that investigations are underway to ascertain what happened following an incident in which the State Minister in Charge of Constitution and Legal Affairs Evode…

Miss Rwanda Contestants Asked to Join the Smart Phone Access Campaign

Miss Rwanda Contestants Asked to Join the Smart Phone Access Campaign

All 54 girls contesting for Miss Rwanda 2020 crown today converged at Kigali Arena to pick numbers which will characterize each contestant during the course of the Miss Rwanda 2020…

Is Kigali Up To Defend Miss Rwanda Title?

Is Kigali Up To Defend Miss Rwanda Title?

Miss Rwanda contest is all about beauty, brains and culture. It is about empowering girls and giving them a platform to give back to society. The reigning Miss Rwanda, Meghan…

Shelter of Last Queen of Rwanda Becomes Museum Property

Shelter of Last Queen of Rwanda Becomes Museum Property

The last home of Rosarie Gicanda, the last queen of Rwanda is being redesigned to give it the original look and equip it with the materials that recall her life…

Over 2000 Vulnerable Mothers to Get Free Fortified Foods

Over 2000 Vulnerable Mothers to Get Free Fortified Foods

Jacqueline  Murakatete, a tailor in Nyabisindu cell, Remera sector of Gasabo district inthe capital Kigali, was, four years ago, devastated by giving birth to a premature baby girl as a…

Harness the culture of gratitude – Mrs Kagame

Harness the culture of gratitude – Mrs Kagame

Every time we give thanks or show gratitude, we are lifted to a higher form of self, and we attract even more blessings than we had before –these were the…

Itorero for Today’s Teachers to Explain the Past to Future Generations

Itorero for Today’s Teachers to Explain the Past to Future Generations

 “History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again” so said American writer and poet, Maya Angelou, who could almost have…

Gen Kabarebe Demystifies the Story of the White Sheep that Accompanied RPF Inkotanyi

Gen Kabarebe Demystifies the Story of the White Sheep that Accompanied RPF Inkotanyi

Thirty years ago during the Liberation struggle to stop the Genocide against Tutsi, a photo of the white Sheep that was seen accompanying RPA soldiers still makes rounds. For all…

Rwanda Kicks off 2020 Battling Genocide Denial

Rwanda Kicks off 2020 Battling Genocide Denial

In an unprecedented manner, Rwanda has kicked off 2020 battling denial and trivialisation of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at the international level. The country continues to deal with…

New Year, Same Old Story: Rwandans ill-treated by Uganda Security Forces

New Year, Same Old Story: Rwandans ill-treated by Uganda Security Forces

Nothing is really ever sudden, even thunder and lightning have a process. Perhaps the recent fine sentiments from President Yoweli Museveni are a precursor to normalisation of relations between Rwanda…

Celebrating New Year In Prison

Celebrating New Year In Prison

As New Year celebrations mood get high in the city of Kigali and the rest of the world, inmates in various prisons across the country started celebrating on New Year…