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MILITARY

How Paul Kagame And Tutsi Soldiers In The Uganda Army Stole Weapons And Invaded Rwanda As Rebels

In 1959 a revolution broke out in colonial Rwanda, the Hutu groups coordinated an uprising against their historical overlords, the Tutsi, killing many. Many Tutsi groups fled Rwanda, including Paul Kagame's parents. The young Kagame was three years old then. By the time he turned his family had settled in Uganda in 1962, Kagame was 5 years old.

  10 months ago ago
How Paul Kagame And Tutsi Soldiers In The Uganda Army Stole Weapons And Invaded Rwanda As Rebels

ENTERTAINMENT

26 years ago, more than a million people were killed in the small country of Rwanda. Movie review

The true life story of genocide that reported the killing of more than a million people in the east African small country of Rwanda is today a history. The movie Sometime in April tends to display the actual event and the reason behind the genocide. Sometime in April is about a genocidal war between two ethnic groups the Hutu(majority), and the Tutsi(favourable). It displays the historical role of media used as a strategic weapon of warfare to flame up sentiments, ethnocentrism, stereotypes and hatred that paved

  1 year ago ago
26 years ago, more than a million people were killed in the small country of Rwanda. Movie review

CULTURE

Africa Tallest President is the Shortest In His Family (Photo)

Paul Kagame is the president of Rwanda.He is the 6th and current president of Rwanda, having taken office in 2000.

  1 year ago ago
Africa Tallest President is the Shortest In His Family (Photo)

POLITICS

What The Fulani In Nigeria and Tutsi In Rwanda Have In Common

The stereotypical image of the African is that he or she is black, squat, round-faced, and full or large facial features: thick lips, wide nose, large eyes, and kinky hair.

  1 year ago ago
What The Fulani In Nigeria and Tutsi In Rwanda Have In Common

POLITICS

Paul Kagame And The Rwandan Presidency

Paul Kagame was born on October 1957, to a Tutsi family in southern Rwanda, in 1959 when the Tutsi massacre by the Hutus began, his family fled for Uganda where he spent his childhood. In 1979, at the age of 22, Kagame joined the National Resistance Army (NRA), led by Yoweri Museveni, which was a militia supported by the U.S and fighting the Ugandan dictator Idi Amin Dada, In 1986, the NRA overthrew Amin and Museveni became President, he appointed Kagame as the Staff Chief of the Army and deputy director of the Defense Intelligence of Uganda.

  10 months ago ago
Paul Kagame And The Rwandan Presidency

POLITICS

Meet The President In Africa That Was Killed By His Own People For Trying To Unite Them.

After he won the Presidential Elections he spent only 3 months in office before he was Murdered at the age of 40. Read the story of Melchior Ndadaye. Flag Of Burundi In the year 1993 Melchior Ndadaye became the President of Burundi after the Military Regime was removed, and he became the first Democracy President in the Country. At the time he won the elections the Country was not United, because of the Tutsi and Hutu tribe which were the major tribes in the Country but during his campaign he promised to Unite

  1 year ago ago
Meet The President In Africa That Was Killed By His Own People For Trying To Unite Them.

POLITICS

What Triggered The Rwandan Genocide

In 1994, during the Rwandan genocide, members of the majority Hutu ethnic group of Rwanda killed almost 800,000 people.Majority of those killed were of the minority Tutsi ethnic group.

  1 year ago ago
What Triggered The Rwandan Genocide

RELIGION

The Murderous Priest Of Rwanda: How Father Seromba Betrayed His Church Members In 1994

Rev. Father Athanase Seromba was a shepherd of the Lord's flock in Ngororero District in Rwanda in 1994, on April 16 that year the genocidal park of Hutu militia who had heeded the calling from Radio Hutu for the need to “cut down the tall trees”, began attacking Tutsi in the District, those who escaped the initial attack escape to the only place where they can find security, the Nyange Parish, under the spiritual headship of Father Seromba. That was a fatal mistake. Rev. Father Athanase Seromba (Image:

  2 years ago ago
The Murderous Priest Of Rwanda: How Father Seromba Betrayed His Church Members In 1994

POLITICS

2 Major War Victories That Make Paul Kagame A Strong Man In Africa

Up until July 1994, Paul Kagame was just but an ordinary rebel leader like many others in Africa. His life while growing up wasn't a remarkable one: from the age of three, he was a refugee living in a camp in Uganda. As a youth, he was a rebel fighting for a Ugandan overlord.

  10 months ago ago
2 Major War Victories That Make Paul Kagame A Strong Man In Africa

POLITICS

Rwanda Genocide: Two Africans Who Were In Position To Stop The Killing But Did Not

The Tutsi and the Hutu speak the same language, have the same traditions and common history, but the Belgian colonialist that ruled them put a knife between these links that held them together and they fell apart.  Between April to July 1994, about 800,000 Rwandans were killed in what could have been avoided if some people could have acted (Image: World Vision) In April 1994 the bad blood between the Tutsi and Hutu in Rwanda erupted, three months later, more than eight hundred thousand Tutsi and moderate Hutus

  1 year ago ago
Rwanda Genocide: Two Africans Who Were In Position To Stop The Killing But Did Not

POLITICS

See the World's tallest people.(photos)

The worlds tallest people,The Dinka and Nuer of south Sudan. The Dinkas' has always been known to be the tallest tribe in Africa and also one of the darkest tribes in Africa. They are seconded by the Tutsi of Rwanda.By measurement,the Dinkas are about 7 feet tall. The Dinka are the primary ethnic group occupying several parts of Sudan .The Dinka and the Nuer tribes are the two largest ethnic groups of south Sudan. However,their language is a Nilotic dialect group with five main dialects,Rek, Ngok, Agaar, Twic

  2 years ago ago
See the World's tallest people.(photos)

SOCIETY

Interpreting Mustapha Bulama's Wednesday Cartoon On The Recent Ethnic Tensions In Nigeria

Antisemitism among most Germans prepared the grounds for the Nazi holocaust of the Jews between 1939-1945, whereby about six million Jews were killed. It was the message of hatred against the Tutsi in Rwanda that prepares the ground for the murder of about eight hundred thousand people in Rwanda in 1994, in less than four months! The profiling and hatred of a group based on the actions of a few among them is a consuming flame. The same is being kindled in Nigeria, and it is the central message of the cartoon

  1 year ago ago
Interpreting Mustapha Bulama's Wednesday Cartoon On The Recent Ethnic Tensions In Nigeria

OTHERS-TERRORISM

Rwanda Saw 100 Days of Hell in 1994

Just the way the Biafra war is still like a fresh sour in the hearts of many ndi Igbo in Nigeria, so would be the case with the Tutsi tribe of the Central/East Africa country, Rwanda whose extermination were estimated at 800,000 in a-100 day genocide which lasted between April and June 1994. Why the two case scenarios may be similar would be because of its seeming ethnic purging. The Rwanda unparalleled mass slaughter in modern history is five times higher than the Nazi Holocaust. Around one-fifth of the country’s

  2 years ago ago
Rwanda Saw 100 Days of Hell in 1994

RELIGION

The Murderous Priest Of Rwanda: How Father Seromba Betrayed His Church Members In 1994

Rev. Father Athanase Seromba was a shepherd of the Lord's flock in the Ngororero district of Rwanda in 1994, on April 16 that year, the genocidal Hutu militia park, which had listened to Radio Hutu's call for the need to 'cut down the tall trees,' began attacking Tutsis in the district, those who survived the initial attack flee to the only place where protection can be found, the Nyange parish, un That was a fatal error. Rev. Father Athanase Seromba (Image: The New York Times) A fierce Tutsi hater was inside

  1 year ago ago
The Murderous Priest Of Rwanda: How Father Seromba Betrayed His Church Members In 1994

TRAVEL

Kigali: The beauty of Rwanda, see stunning photos of the capital city in Rwanda

Kigali, city and capital of Rwanda. It is situated in the focal point of the country on the Ruganwa River. Kigali was an exchange place (after 1895) during the German frontier organization and turned into a local community during the Belgian pioneer time frame (1919–62). It turned into the capital upon Rwanda's autonomy in 1962. In 1994 huge number of Tutsi in Kigali were murdered by Hutu posses and the Rwandan armed force.  Kigali  Kigali, Rwanda.  The city incorporates a Muslim quarter and spreads more

  1 year ago ago
Kigali: The beauty of Rwanda, see stunning photos of the capital city in Rwanda

SOCIETY

Photos of the tallest people in Africa

Research has shown that tall people have better social abilities and are more confident in appearance. Being tall is has more advantages of being tall than it's disadvantages. Tall people tend to be remembered more easily, inspire respect and tend to be considered better for jobs such as modelling.

  11 months ago ago
Photos of the tallest people in Africa

POLITICS

Did You Know Of The Tutsi Tribe in Rwanda; They are the some of the tallest people in Africa (PHOTOS)

In this article I will be using mostly the first family of Rwanda, the Paul Kagame's as pictorial examples. We are well conversant with the Dutch men and the Latvian women being the world's tallest people towering over all other nationalities. And according to studies, the average Dutchman stands at a height of 183cm (6ft) while the average Latvian woman reaches a height of 170cm (5ft 7in). But have you heard of the Tutsi tribe in the East Africa country Rwanda?. Their average height is 5 feet 9 inches that

  2 years ago ago
Did You Know Of The Tutsi Tribe in Rwanda; They are the some of the tallest people in Africa (PHOTOS)

OTHERS-TERRORISM

Rwanda Genocide of 1994 And Some Films That Portray The Event

Rwanda is situated in Central Africa and finds itself between the plain of East Africa and Congo jungle. Before colonisation, the people of Rwanda are one nation until Belgium colonised them in 1916 and introduce identity card to separate them into two tribes, the Hutu majority and the Tutsi minority.  The Hutus majority were angry at the Tutsi because their colonial master gave the Tutsi an upper hand in power than the Hutus and this caused hatred between the two tribes. When the country got its independe

  2 years ago ago
Rwanda Genocide of 1994 And Some Films That Portray The Event

POLITICS

7th April 1994: Rwanda genocide remains evergreen in our memory

The 7th of April is globally remembered for the grave Injustice that brothers of a united society unleashed on each other ,with the Tutsi’s at the receiving end at the time.

  1 year ago ago
7th April 1994: Rwanda genocide remains evergreen in our memory

POLITICS

From bloody genocide to one of the safest countries in Africa. Here's what we can learn from them

Nigeria has become one of the most insecure countries in Africa and probably the world.It is faced with a lot of security challenges like Terrorism and banditry which no one seems to be able to solve.Part of the reason for these conflicts are due to misunderstanding between the various tribes of the country.

  53 years ago ago
From bloody genocide to one of the safest countries in Africa. Here's what we can learn from them