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Kami Runyinya Aug 29
It is amazing to see how other Africans are more concerned by Rwandans problems! Where are you, people of Rwanda? , thank you for your activism! , !
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Ruhumuza Mbonyumutwa Sep 2
"Kagame, relentlessly at war with his critics, has shut down newspapers and imprisoned, tortured, and killed his nonviolent adversaries. His most charismatic political challengers, and , languish behind bars."
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AntiEstablishment Sep 8
, it will live on long after your demise. Give it up now.
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Peter Mutabaruka Aug 25
When will dictators learn that persecuting freedom fighters and hoping that the fight will stop is like trying to empty water from a lake with a teaspoon? You cant subdue the thirst for freedom...a fundamental God given right!
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Marie Berry Sep 6
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Eric Oct 5
: Done : Done : Done! On to the next one.
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Denise Zaneza Sep 3
Often called “the female Mandela”, took upon her shoulders in 2010 the destiny of a nation when she decided to confront the dictator & the oppression prevailing in . She is the icon of struggle for peace and democracy.
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Joseph Kakai Aug 28
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Rubyiruko Rwacu Aug 25
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Niyonkuru Jean de dieu Aug 30
‘Paul 's is like a pretty girl with a lot of makeup, but the inside is dark and dirty’ - Diane Rwigara(2017)
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Paul Lajoie Aug 31
Know this: in of dictator , to run for presidency or challenge the killer dictator is a crime. Many exemple here
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Peter Mutabaruka Sep 14
Succumbing to pressure, pres hs decided to , & others who should’ve never been imprisoned for taking political stance against his dictatorship. The tide is turning against authoritarianism in . also!
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Joseph Kakai Aug 28
Garnering international media attention also arrested was
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Emmanuel bikorimana Sep 19
just made a fool of himself. Intimidating that she should ge thrown back to jail if she doesnt stay silent. U must be a psychopath to reach a point of incarcerating thousands for simply expressing their OPPOSITION.
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Peter Mutabaruka Sep 3
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AGLAN Sep 19
Didn't take long for to show his true colors and threaten to put back in prison. Mind you he should have never arrested her to begin with. As we continue to shout we may go back to soon
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Emmanuel bikorimana Aug 29
Dictatorship has hurt Africa so.much, that i literal cant sleep nowadays.
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MakeEveryWomanCount Sep 4
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Tayebwa Aug 28
In Rwanda, two women were jailed for contesting against
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Nkunda Rwanda Aug 27
It is hopeful to watch ’s highly oiled PR machine crumble as netizens demand the release of two of ’s most prolific female political prisoners. Money cannot buy the truth!
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