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Claude Gatebuke
AGLAN ED, Human rights activist, Anti Genocide & Mass Atrocities, Survivor of genocide & war in Rwanda, Public Speaker Globally, US & Int'l media appearances
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Judi Rever Nov 12
Despite release of political prisoners, Rwandan President Paul Kagame still despotic. Claude Gatebuke and Alice Gatebuke urge continued activism.
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TERRAM PACIS Nov 13
The recent release of many Rwandan political prisoners should not stop campaigns aimed at a more open and tolerant political environment in the country. By via
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Peter Mutabaruka Nov 12
Lady: Who r u &why r u posing for a photo with me? : I need this photo-op 2 show that I'm nice&empathetic so they forget the millions I've killed in & L: Cant u find disabled ppl in ur country 2take photos with? K: There r none! Just like there's no opposition
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National Human Rights Network Nov 12
No matter what Africa Dictators and Despots does for us, We don't give up. We still stand up and live to fight another day. Join us on 30th November for a peaceful protest against unlawful detention of Rwandan Opposition leaders.
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Claude Gatebuke Nov 12
Your free advice is cheap . You work for genocidaire who's massacred people in & . That's a much heavier luggage than you and spines can carry. Stop hidding behind your "block" button and address me directly if you have the balls.
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Alice Mutikeys Nov 12
"Let the celebrations not allow to claim the giving of pardon when he should be asking for the pardon of -ns and Congolese people. Let the celebrations not allow Kagame to cynically use this as another public relations campaign..."
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AGLAN Nov 12
Despite release of political prisoners, still despotic . Article co-authored by AGLAN ED Claude Gatebuke on imprisonment of & , repression in , & massacres in
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Jeffrey Smith Nov 11
: "Many Africans treat Paul as a savior, but millions of Rwandans and Congolese know he is not."
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#FreeRwandanPoliticalPrisoners. Nov 11
My problem is the ongoing attacks, abduction, detention and killings of Rwandan Opposition leaders and journalists. Tell your Despot Master to stop it.
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Kizito Mihigo Nov 11
! Ngiyo ya gikristu nise : «AHO KUGUHOMBA YAGUHOMBYA». Niyo ya mbere nsohoye nyuma yo gufungurwa. Nyituye bose bakunda ibihangano byanjye cyane cyane abemera . Tureke akomeze atwigarurire akoresheje ibitubaho byose.
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Community Oversight Nashville Nov 10
"In Nashville, voters listened to black community leaders — particularly women — who campaigned for citizen review of police, and approved the establishment of a community oversight board."
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Abraham Mutai Nov 10
Just a reminder.
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BOBI WINE Nov 10
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LUCHA Nov 9
[THREAD] : arrêtes arbitrairement depuis hier (jeudi 8 novembre) dans l’avant-midi, nos camarades Clovis Mutsuva (également Coordonnateur des comités des étudiants), Rebecca Okoni, Stéphanie Mbafumoja et Fiston Isambiro, passent une deuxième nuit en détention.
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S. Nkola Matamba🇨🇩 Nov 9
Replying to @MrBasabose
In every country led by a lazy figure a class of privileged folks use the stability card to sell inertia as an accomplishment.
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Nicolas-Patience Basabose R.G.T.A.B.W.B. 1st Nov 9
Those naive or rather ignorant -ians claiming Paul Biya lethargic rule is a sign of "stability", is that because his oppression hasnt reached them yet? Or is it a case of a slowly dead brain? Their brains have grown numb!
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Judi Rever Nov 9
The crimes of the West in Congo are beyond measure. In 2012, Peter Pham advocated breaking apart the nation and justified the murderous actions of Paul Kagame’s militia - the M23. Pham is now the new US special envoy to the Great Lakes. Morally appalling.
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Claude Gatebuke Nov 9
When your dad is a mass murderer and you hate HRW for calling him out for his crimes. 🤷🏾‍♂️
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Manzi Twizere Nov 9
You're right. In Rwanda you do not elect criminals, they impose themselves and cling on power. Criminal Kagame is a good example of an unelected head of state. There's no way a sober society would elect such a wayward coercive ruthless criminal. This monarchy is temporary.
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