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Kagame Reinstates Loyalist Gatabazi, Appoints Kayitesi To Govern Southern Province

Kagame Reinstates Loyalist Gatabazi, Appoints Kayitesi To Govern Southern Province

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By Elite News Reporter Rwandan President Paul Kagame has reinstated  his blue-eyed boy Jean Marie Vianney Gatabazi as the Governor Northern Province, and appointed iron-lady Alice Kayitesi as the Governor Southern Province. The  appointments were communicated in a Communique by the Office of the Prime Minister, issued July 7th,2020, which reads in part thus; Communique from Prime Minister's office about Jean Marie Gatabazi and Alice Kaboyo's appointment “Pursuant to the Law n14/2013 of 25/03/2013 determining the organisation and functioning of the Province especially in its article 9; His Excellency the President has reinstated Mr. Jean Marie Vianney Gatabazi as Governor of Northern Province; and appointed Ms. Alice Kayitesi as Governor of the Southern Province. ...
President Kagame Deports 18 Chinese ‘Investors’ For Mistreating Rwandans

President Kagame Deports 18 Chinese ‘Investors’ For Mistreating Rwandans

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By Keefa Nuwahereza Gen. Paul Kagame, the no nonsense Rwandan president, has ordered for the deportation of 18 Chinese after he received reports that they were mistreating and exploiting Rwandans. We have established that 18 Chinese were sent packing back to China on Wednesday after President Kagame found out that they were mistreating Rwandan workers and grabbing farm land from them. It is alleged that the deported Chinese also took advantage of their being investors by forcing  their employees to work abnormal hours like slaves, something that Kagame could not accept. "Africa is a peaceful continent, we don't tolerate discrimination here or to be slaves again,” President Kagame said. He added that “This country is for Africans and those who mean well for us. I'm inst...
Tragic: Dozens Perish As Heavy Rains Cause Landslides In Rwanda

Tragic: Dozens Perish As Heavy Rains Cause Landslides In Rwanda

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By Elite Reporter Over 65 people have died in Rwanda after heavy rains caused landslides on Thursday night that damaged houses and washed away bridges, according to officials. The country has, in recent weeks, been hit by torrential downpours that have led to floods and landslides that crushed homes built on mountain slopes, with similar scenes playing out across East Africa. In a statement on Thursday, Rwanda's Ministry of Emergency Management said major rains the night before were the worst in months and caused "a number of disasters" in seven districts: Gakenke, Nyabihu, Muhanga, Musanze, Ngororero, Rulindo and Rubavu. "Up until midnight, 65 death cases had been registered due to floods. The rains also led to damage of infrastructure like roads, 91 houses, 5 bridges and sev...
‘Rwandan Musician Kizito Mihigo Was Assassinated’-Human Rights Activists

‘Rwandan Musician Kizito Mihigo Was Assassinated’-Human Rights Activists

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By Elite Reporter Human Rights activists in Kigali have condemned what they call an assassination of popular Rwandan musician Kizito Mihigo, who allegedly committed suicide on Sunday night. A statement released by the Global Campaign for Human Rights, a Non-governmental Organisation, “condemns in the strongest terms possible the assassination of Kizito Mihigo by the Rwandan Security Services on Sunday 16th February 2020.” The human rights activists add in their statement that “We condemn the attempt by the Police to mislead the Rwandan public and international media by announcing that Kizito committed suicide in and that his body was discovered on the morning of 17th February 2020. Kizito Mihigo after being tortured Kizito was in fact killed after intense questioning and e...
Rwandan Musician Mysteriously Dies In Police Cell

Rwandan Musician Mysteriously Dies In Police Cell

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The police in Rwanda are investigating circumstances under which a Rwandan musician who was abducted by security forces a few days ago was found dead in a police cell at Remera Station, on Monday morning. Kizito Mihigo, who has been custody for days without the police producing him in court or allowing him access to his lawyers and family members, allegedly committed suicide, according to Rwanda Police statement. Mihigo was arrested on Friday over allegations that he attempted to bribe his way out of the country illegally and sneak into Burundi for alleged rebel activities. Announcing his death, the Rwanda Times tweeted thus; " Kizito Mihigo has allegedly committed suicide. He was found dead Monday morning. He was arrested 3 days ago on suspicion of brib...
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