Rwanda: Imirambo y'inzirakarengane yatamaje abashaka kubeshya amahanga ko mu Rwanda hari uburenganzira bwo kubaho!

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Maina Kiai

Maina Kiai

Aya makuru y’Uko imirambo y’abanyarwanda iri gutoragurwa mu kiyaga cya Rweru ahuriranye n’uruzinduko rw’Intumwa idasanzwe ya Loni ku burenganzira bwo guteranira mu nama z’ituze no gutanga ibitekerezo. Iyo ntumwa yitwa  Maina Kiai ikaba iri mu ruzinduko mu Rwanda. Iyo ntumwa yatumiwe na ministeri y’ubutabera mu Rwanda kugirango ayifashe gutegura ibisobanuro byafasha kumvikanisha ko u Rwanda ari igihugu cyubahiriza uburenganzira bw’ikiremwamuntu ! Ikibazo gikomeye ni uko iyo ntumwa ikimara gukoza ikirenge mu Rwanda amakuru y’imirambo y’abanyarwanda bishwe nyuma yo kunyerezwa yahise yigaragaza mu kiyaga cya Rweru! Wagirango abapfuye barumva kuburyo bahise batamaza abashaka gufumbatisha ikinyoma amahanga bashaka kwerekana ko uburenganzira bw’ikiremwa muntu mu Rwanda bwubahirzwa koko ! Radiyo Isangano Star y’i Burundi yaganiriye n’abarobyi bo muri icyo kiyaga bemeza ko imirambo imwe bayeretse abanyarwanda bakayimenya bakajya gushyingura abo bantu mu Rwanda, none polisi y’u Rwanda ngo ntamunyarwanda numwe waburiwe irengero !!
 
Kuri uyu wa mbere taliki ya 25/08/2014, nyuma y’ibiganiro yagiranye na minisitiri w’ubutabera n’abandi bayobozi mu nzego zitandukanye, Maina Kiai yanze kuvugana n’itangazamakuru, twizere ko atari isoni yatewe n’ayo makuru y’imirambo y’abanyarwanda iri mu kiyaga cya Rweru !
 
Mu kwezi kwa mbere uyu mwaka ubwo yazaga mu Rwanda aje kugenzura uko uburenganzira bwo politiki no gutanga ibitekerezi buhagaze ; Maina yanenze bikomeye uburyo abanyarwanda batemerewe kugaragaraza ibitekerezo byabo mu myigaragambyo ikozwe mu mahoro. Yavuze kandi ko imiryango itegamiye kuri leta isabwa gukorera mu kwaha kwa leta ahanini ikigo cy’igihugu cy’imiyoborere kikivanga mu mikorere yayo. Yanavuze ko polisi ikoresha imbaraga zibangamira uburenganzira bwa muntu iyo ita muri yombi abakekwa.
 
Kuri uyu wa mbere inama yabereye mu muhezo yitabiriwe n’abategetsi batandukanye baganira n’iyi ntumwa ya loni idasanzwe. Ukuriye ubugenzacyaha, ukuriye komisiyo y’igihugu y’uburenganzira bwa muntu, ukuriye urwego rw’abinjira n’abasohoka ndetse n’umuyobozi w’ibiro bya minisitiri w’intebe hamwe na minisitiri w’ubutabera bamaze amasaha hafi atatu baganira na Maina Kiai.
 
Itangazamakuru ryari ryahejwe. Nyuma y’ibi biganiro aba bategetsi bavuze ko ntacyo bafite cyo kubwira abanyamakuru. Gusa minisitiri Bussingye yavuze ko iyi ntumwa ya loni yaje ariwe uyitumyeho ngo baganire. Ikizwi kugeza ubu ni uko u Rwanda rwitegura kuzajya kugaragaza aho rugeze rwubahiriza amahame y’uburenganzira bwa muntu umwaka utaha mu kwezi kwa cumi. Mu nyandiko abanyamakuru bahawe kuri uru ruzinduko handitsemo ko ibiganiro bagirana na Maina Kiai bizabafasha gutegura neza raporo u Rwanda ruzatanga.
 
Ntabwo kandi ari mu kiyaga cya Rweru gusa imirambo y’abanyarwanda iri gutoragurwa mu mazi yajugunywemo, ku cyumweru tariki ya 24 Kanama, 2014 mu Mashyuza ari mu Kagari ka Mashyuza, Umurenge wa Nyakabuye, Akarere ka Rusizi (Cyangugu) hatoraguwe umurambo w’umusore uri mu kigero cy’imyaka 25 utaramenyakana umwirondoro ndetse n’icyo yaba yazize. Abaturiye aya mashyuza bavuga ko uyu murambo wabonywe n’abari baje koga mu gitondo ubwo basangaga ureremba hejuru y’amazi bagahita batabaza inzego zishinzwe umutekano. Kugeza ubu izo nzego ntacyo ziratangaza ku mwirondoro w’uwo muntu wishwe no kumenya impamvu y’urupfu rwe! Twizere ko polisi itazavuga ko atari umunyarwanda!
 
Nti twabura kuvaga ko ibi byose ntacyo bimariye abaturage b’u Rwanda kuko bazakomeza kwicwa kiretse ubwabo bihagurukiye bakarengera uburenganzira bwabo !
 
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CPC HAKORWE IKI KOKO 27/08/2014 22:46

NINDE UZADUTABARA? ABAFUNGWA BARATWIKIRWA MUMAGEREZA; ZA ACCIDENTS ZAMAZE ABANTU ABANYARWANDA noneho ngo nawanuti Polo atanga rimwe risa wamenyekanye: KUBATA MUKIYAGA!!! TURATABARWA NANDE KOKO? RNC; CPC N'ABANDI MWASHYIZE HAMWE MUKADUTABARIZA.

shushu kigali 28/08/2014 04:09

Banyarwanda banyarwandakazi muhumure, nibyo koko tugeze aho tubabaye cyane ariko imvura iragwa igahita nubwo itera umwuzure ugahitana bamwe ariko irahita. None rero banyarwanda, ni twibaze mu mitima yacu tuti twakora iki kugirango ibi bibazo tubyikuremo ? ni uruhe ruhare rwa burimunyarwanda ? ese ubundi umunyarwanda akunda undi ? ese wubaha umunyarwanda mugenzi wawe nkuko ushaka ko nawe wubahwa? Ese wemera ko gushyira hamwe ari zo mbaraga ? Ese wumvira amategeko y' Imana n'abantu ? Ese wemerako Urwanda ari igihugu cyawe cya kavukire Imana yaguhaye? Mureke kwica mo ibice mushyire hamwe wumve ko abanyarwanda aho turi hose ku isi tugomba gushyirahamwe tukarwanya Sekibi utuzanira ibibazo , ni mwiga gutabarana nibwo amahoro azaza mugihugu , wibuke ko igihugu cy 'uRwanda ari icyawe kandi ugifitemo uburenganzira nta muntu ugomba kurenganya undi ngo kuberako amurusha umutungo , amurusha akazi keza, ko ari umututsi, umuhutu cyangwa umutwa ndetse ni umunyamahanga yakagombye kwisanga mugihugu cyacu, Ikiruta byose rero ni ukugirana ubworoherane , umuntu akubaha undi kuko ari umuntu murakoze murakarama

Mukamana Marie Claire 27/08/2014 19:44

ndabona u Rwanda rugeze hahandi umwana arira nyina ntiyumve!! sha ubwo no ku isi yose batangiye kubona ko mu Rwanda nta DEMOCRACY:IBI BIGIYE KWIKORA DA!! Sha baramutse batoye ,FPR ntiyabona na 0.4%.Ni nayo mpamvu ubona KAGAME adashaka DIALOGUE and DEMOCRACY

Maina Kiai ahamije Kagame(FDLR) 27/08/2014 19:12

The Untold Stories: Maina Kiai, Mantains the Status quo on Rwanda Human Rights.
The UN Special independent Rapporteur on Human Rights and Political Freedoms Mr. Maina Kiai has continued to express his dissatisfaction on the Rwandan Human Rights record. In his last report on Rwanda on 28 January 2014 he emphasized that the development and the economic success that Rwanda has registered will only be sustainable if the political freedoms are restored.

He argued that since the 1994 Rwandan genocide against the Tutsis the Rwandan Government must lift undue restrictions on the freedoms of peaceful assembly and association so that the country can expand its economic achievements to the fields of multiparty democracy and human rights.
“I commend Rwanda for its remarkable progress in developing infrastructure, building institutions and ensuring stability and security over the past 20 years,” said Maina Kiai, the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association.
“The next step is to build upon that foundation by developing a true multiparty democracy and allowing space for peaceful dissent,” stressed the expert, following his first official visit to the country.
This year marks 20 years since the genocide in Rwanda, where nearly one million people, mostly ethnic Tutsis, were massacred by Hutu militia and Government forces over a period of just 100 days.
Mr. Kiai noted that the Rwandan Constitution guarantees freedom of peaceful assembly, but he found that in practice, peaceful protests criticizing Government policies were generally not allowed. He also noted a “contradiction in requiring both prior notification and authorization, paving the way for arbitrary decisions by the authorities.”
“Let me emphasize that peaceful assemblies should not be feared,” he said. “Rather they should be encouraged. There is value in expressing disagreement and differences peacefully and publicly.”
While the Rwandan Constitution guarantees the right to freedom of association, but Mr. Kiai said that in practice, there are “onerous obstacles” to registration, limits on civil society’s freedom to operate in certain fields, and Government interference in the internal affairs of groups deemed too critical of official policy.
Mr. Kiai was deeply concerned with the body charged with regulating local non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), on how it interferes with the internal affairs of some groups.
“The independence and ability of associations to run their internal affairs without external interference is of paramount importance in the exercise of the right to freedom of association,” he said. “I see no justification for RGB involving itself in leadership wrangles within local NGOs.”
He drew attention to the “striking difference between the registration process for NGOs and businesses.” Civil society groups can take months to register, while businesses can be formed in six hours or less.
“The ease with which businesses can be registered and operate in Rwanda is notable. It is one reason for the country’s economic transformation,” Mr Kiai said. “A similar approach to the civil society sector would yield significant economic, social and political dividends, allowing for innovation and creativity.”
Mr. Kiai also observed “a lack of space” for individuals to express dissenting views in the political realm, due to the Government favouring a type of “consensus politics” that strongly discourages public criticism.
Registration of political parties, he said, is also “long, laborious and, in far too many instances, arbitrary.” The Green Party, for example, spent four years securing its registration. Its vice president Mr.Andrew Rwisereka Kagwa was murdered and other key opposition parties remain unregistered.
“Every dissenting political leader who rejects this consensus approach appears to get into legal trouble, with the most common charges being denying the genocide, sectarianism, corruption, and even spreading rumours,” Mr. Kiai said. “In all such cases, these politicians are accused of violence or having links with violent groups. This sends a chilling and unacceptable message that peaceful public disagreement with the Government is equivalent to criminality.”
The Rwandan government was not amused with this report, and through its mouth piece the New Times they accused Mr. Kai of trying to make Rwanda in what they called Kiev.
“Does the UN’s Maina Kiai want to turn Kigali into Kiev? Or a NGO free-for-all? No thanks”
According to the Rwandan government miraculous socio-economic progress did not occur by mistake or by chance. It has only been possible because everyone read from a similar script. The NGO’s that MINALOC registered had to be able to prove that they were actually going to improve people’s lives and not just meander about, swallowing aid monies without consequence.
Unfortunately this is exactly what Mr. Kia is talking about, there is neither justification nor excuse after 20 years for Rwanda to lock up, kill, intimidate or harass its dissents. It is therefore not surprising that since Mr. Kai left Rwanda in January this year things he talked about have not been addressed. Indeed, when he was invited by the Rwandan government last week, he told the press that there is no body who has monopoly on wisdom, the Rwandan people deserve a variety of choice not the RPF daily political menu. Whether the government of Rwanda will this time change its attitude, it remains to be seen because the Kagame regime just last week it locked up three RDF senior army officers and Ambassador Joseph Mutaboba on similar concocted charges of engaging in actions that are prejudicial to the Rwandan security.
Jacqueline Umurungi.

FDLR:Kagame baramuhamije 27/08/2014 19:11

The Untold Stories: Maina Kiai, Mantains the Status quo on Rwanda Human Rights.
The UN Special independent Rapporteur on Human Rights and Political Freedoms Mr. Maina Kiai has continued to express his dissatisfaction on the Rwandan Human Rights record. In his last report on Rwanda on 28 January 2014 he emphasized that the development and the economic success that Rwanda has registered will only be sustainable if the political freedoms are restored.

He argued that since the 1994 Rwandan genocide against the Tutsis the Rwandan Government must lift undue restrictions on the freedoms of peaceful assembly and association so that the country can expand its economic achievements to the fields of multiparty democracy and human rights.
“I commend Rwanda for its remarkable progress in developing infrastructure, building institutions and ensuring stability and security over the past 20 years,” said Maina Kiai, the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association.
“The next step is to build upon that foundation by developing a true multiparty democracy and allowing space for peaceful dissent,” stressed the expert, following his first official visit to the country.
This year marks 20 years since the genocide in Rwanda, where nearly one million people, mostly ethnic Tutsis, were massacred by Hutu militia and Government forces over a period of just 100 days.
Mr. Kiai noted that the Rwandan Constitution guarantees freedom of peaceful assembly, but he found that in practice, peaceful protests criticizing Government policies were generally not allowed. He also noted a “contradiction in requiring both prior notification and authorization, paving the way for arbitrary decisions by the authorities.”
“Let me emphasize that peaceful assemblies should not be feared,” he said. “Rather they should be encouraged. There is value in expressing disagreement and differences peacefully and publicly.”
While the Rwandan Constitution guarantees the right to freedom of association, but Mr. Kiai said that in practice, there are “onerous obstacles” to registration, limits on civil society’s freedom to operate in certain fields, and Government interference in the internal affairs of groups deemed too critical of official policy.
Mr. Kiai was deeply concerned with the body charged with regulating local non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), on how it interferes with the internal affairs of some groups.
“The independence and ability of associations to run their internal affairs without external interference is of paramount importance in the exercise of the right to freedom of association,” he said. “I see no justification for RGB involving itself in leadership wrangles within local NGOs.”
He drew attention to the “striking difference between the registration process for NGOs and businesses.” Civil society groups can take months to register, while businesses can be formed in six hours or less.
“The ease with which businesses can be registered and operate in Rwanda is notable. It is one reason for the country’s economic transformation,” Mr Kiai said. “A similar approach to the civil society sector would yield significant economic, social and political dividends, allowing for innovation and creativity.”
Mr. Kiai also observed “a lack of space” for individuals to express dissenting views in the political realm, due to the Government favouring a type of “consensus politics” that strongly discourages public criticism.
Registration of political parties, he said, is also “long, laborious and, in far too many instances, arbitrary.” The Green Party, for example, spent four years securing its registration. Its vice president Mr.Andrew Rwisereka Kagwa was murdered and other key opposition parties remain unregistered.
“Every dissenting political leader who rejects this consensus approach appears to get into legal trouble, with the most common charges being denying the genocide, sectarianism, corruption, and even spreading rumours,” Mr. Kiai said. “In all such cases, these politicians are accused of violence or having links with violent groups. This sends a chilling and unacceptable message that peaceful public disagreement with the Government is equivalent to criminality.”
The Rwandan government was not amused with this report, and through its mouth piece the New Times they accused Mr. Kai of trying to make Rwanda in what they called Kiev.
“Does the UN’s Maina Kiai want to turn Kigali into Kiev? Or a NGO free-for-all? No thanks”
According to the Rwandan government miraculous socio-economic progress did not occur by mistake or by chance. It has only been possible because everyone read from a similar script. The NGO’s that MINALOC registered had to be able to prove that they were actually going to improve people’s lives and not just meander about, swallowing aid monies without consequence.
Unfortunately this is exactly what Mr. Kia is talking about, there is neither justification nor excuse after 20 years for Rwanda to lock up, kill, intimidate or harass its dissents. It is therefore not surprising that since Mr. Kai left Rwanda in January this year things he talked about have not been addressed. Indeed, when he was invited by the Rwandan government last week, he told the press that there is no body who has monopoly on wisdom, the Rwandan people deserve a variety of choice not the RPF daily political menu. Whether the government of Rwanda will this time change its attitude, it remains to be seen because the Kagame regime just last week it locked up three RDF senior army officers and Ambassador Joseph Mutaboba on similar concocted charges of engaging in actions that are prejudicial to the Rwandan security.
Jacqueline Umurungi.

FDLR 27/08/2014 19:09

The Untold Stories: Maina Kiai, Mantains the Status quo on Rwanda Human Rights.

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The UN Special independent Rapporteur on Human Rights and Political Freedoms Mr. Maina Kiai has continued to express his dissatisfaction on the Rwandan Human Rights record. In his last report on Rwanda on 28 January 2014 he emphasized that the development and the economic success that Rwanda has registered will only be sustainable if the political freedoms are restored.



He argued that since the 1994 Rwandan genocide against the Tutsis the Rwandan Government must lift undue restrictions on the freedoms of peaceful assembly and association so that the country can expand its economic achievements to the fields of multiparty democracy and human rights.

“I commend Rwanda for its remarkable progress in developing infrastructure, building institutions and ensuring stability and security over the past 20 years,” said Maina Kiai, the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association.

“The next step is to build upon that foundation by developing a true multiparty democracy and allowing space for peaceful dissent,” stressed the expert, following his first official visit to the country.

This year marks 20 years since the genocide in Rwanda, where nearly one million people, mostly ethnic Tutsis, were massacred by Hutu militia and Government forces over a period of just 100 days.

Mr. Kiai noted that the Rwandan Constitution guarantees freedom of peaceful assembly, but he found that in practice, peaceful protests criticizing Government policies were generally not allowed. He also noted a “contradiction in requiring both prior notification and authorization, paving the way for arbitrary decisions by the authorities.”

“Let me emphasize that peaceful assemblies should not be feared,” he said. “Rather they should be encouraged. There is value in expressing disagreement and differences peacefully and publicly.”

While the Rwandan Constitution guarantees the right to freedom of association, but Mr. Kiai said that in practice, there are “onerous obstacles” to registration, limits on civil society’s freedom to operate in certain fields, and Government interference in the internal affairs of groups deemed too critical of official policy.

Mr. Kiai was deeply concerned with the body charged with regulating local non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), on how it interferes with the internal affairs of some groups.

“The independence and ability of associations to run their internal affairs without external interference is of paramount importance in the exercise of the right to freedom of association,” he said. “I see no justification for RGB involving itself in leadership wrangles within local NGOs.”

He drew attention to the “striking difference between the registration process for NGOs and businesses.” Civil society groups can take months to register, while businesses can be formed in six hours or less.

“The ease with which businesses can be registered and operate in Rwanda is notable. It is one reason for the country’s economic transformation,” Mr Kiai said. “A similar approach to the civil society sector would yield significant economic, social and political dividends, allowing for innovation and creativity.”

Mr. Kiai also observed “a lack of space” for individuals to express dissenting views in the political realm, due to the Government favouring a type of “consensus politics” that strongly discourages public criticism.

Registration of political parties, he said, is also “long, laborious and, in far too many instances, arbitrary.” The Green Party, for example, spent four years securing its registration. Its vice president Mr.Andrew Rwisereka Kagwa was murdered and other key opposition parties remain unregistered.

“Every dissenting political leader who rejects this consensus approach appears to get into legal trouble, with the most common charges being denying the genocide, sectarianism, corruption, and even spreading rumours,” Mr. Kiai said. “In all such cases, these politicians are accused of violence or having links with violent groups. This sends a chilling and unacceptable message that peaceful public disagreement with the Government is equivalent to criminality.”

The Rwandan government was not amused with this report, and through its mouth piece the New Times they accused Mr. Kai of trying to make Rwanda in what they called Kiev.

“Does the UN’s Maina Kiai want to turn Kigali into Kiev? Or a NGO free-for-all? No thanks”

According to the Rwandan government miraculous socio-economic progress did not occur by mistake or by chance. It has only been possible because everyone read from a similar script. The NGO’s that MINALOC registered had to be able to prove that they were actually going to improve people’s lives and not just meander about, swallowing aid monies without consequence.

Unfortunately this is exactly what Mr. Kia is talking about, there is neither justification nor excuse after 20 years for Rwanda to lock up, kill, intimidate or harass its dissents. It is therefore not surprising that since Mr. Kai left Rwanda in January this year things he talked about have not been addressed. Indeed, when he was invited by the Rwandan government last week, he told the press that there is no body who has monopoly on wisdom, the Rwandan people deserve a variety of choice not the RPF daily political menu. Whether the government of Rwanda will this time change its attitude, it remains to be seen because the Kagame regime just last week it locked up three RDF senior army officers and Ambassador Joseph Mutaboba on similar concocted charges of engaging in actions that are prejudicial to the Rwandan security.

Jacqueline Umurungi.

FDLR:abatutsi bakorera iki? 27/08/2014 14:46

ariko izi mbwa z'abatutsi ko bazimaze,zikorera iki?harya ngo nizo zizica FDLR? ZABANJE SE ZIKIRINDA KO KAGAME agiye kuzica zose

FDLR:"muze twishime nshuti!!!abanyiginya barashizeee!! 27/08/2014 13:41

Qui sera le suivant ? Malgré la discrétion de rigueur et le contrôle des communications, une certaine inquiétude se manifeste au Rwanda dans les cercles les plus proches du pouvoir, après l’arrestation de trois hauts responsables militaires : l’ancien chef de la garde présidentielle le colonel Tom Byabagamba a été arrêté, accusé de crimes contre la sécurité de l’Etat. Cet officier d’active avait exercé de hautes fonctions au sein de l’état major de la mission de l’O NU au Sud Soudan. Dans le même temps, deux officiers à la retraite, le général Frank Rusagara et le capitaine David Kabuye ont également été arrêtés. Il s’agît de personnalités importantes, appartenant au premier cercle autour du chef de l’Etat : le général Rusagara, auteur d’une histoire très documentée de l’armée rwandaise et fut directeur de l’Ecole militaire du Rwanda tandis que David Kabuye est le mari de Rose Kabuye, un personnage de légende au pays des mille collines : combattante au sein de l’armée patriotique rwandaise où elle obtint le grade de major, Rose Kabuye qui fut maire de Kigali est surtout connue pour avoir accepté d’être incarcérée en Allemagne à la suite des mandats d’arrêt délivrés par le juge Bruguière contre neuf hauts dirigeants rwandais accusés d’avoir abattu l’avion du président Habyarimana. La détention de Rose Kabuye permit à ses avocats d’avoir accès au dossier Bruguière et de démonter, pièce par pièce, l’inanité des charges accumulées par cette instruction très politique. L fait d’être considérée comme une héroïne n’empêcha pas Rose Kabuye d’être par la suite d’être démise de ses fonctions de chef du protocole du président Kagame et de se retrouver, ainsi que ses proches, dans le collimateur…
Les arrestations actuelles frappent le cercle le plus étroit, le plus secret du FPR, celui des réfugiés ayant grandi dans les camps d’Ouganda et entrepris la lutte armée aux côtés de Paul Kagame, un cercle considéré comme le cœur même du pouvoir rwandais. C’est à ce premier cercle aussi qu’appartenait Patrick Karegeya, ancien chef des services secrets, assassiné le 31 décembre dernier à Johannesbourg. On devait apprendre par la suite que Karegeya, passé à l’opposition en même temps que le général Kayumba Nyamwasa (qui a échappé à deux tentatives d’assassinat..) avait consigné tous ses contacts sur trois téléphones portables, des appareils qui furent emportés par ses assassins. Les contacts qui s’y trouvaient expliquent ils la disgrâce puis l’arrestation de plusieurs hauts dignitaires du régime ?
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semana 27/08/2014 14:38

Ni sawa rwose. Iyo KAGAME ABAMARA AGASIGARA WENYINE TUKAZAMUFATA MPIRI NTAWE ATAKIRA.
Ikindi kiza byereke izindi nyenzi nka ya ntozo yiyita Niyorurema Emmanuel ko ibiri kubera ku ntozo nkuru bitazasiga n'ibibwana. Humura nkunda ibitekerezo byawe na Suzana, mais leave that dog Niyorurema alone, imoke yonyine itukana mpangara nguhangare!! Nifatwa mpiri izabibazwa!!

FDLR:abega n'abanyiginya barashize 27/08/2014 13:40

Qui sera le suivant ? Malgré la discrétion de rigueur et le contrôle des communications, une certaine inquiétude se manifeste au Rwanda dans les cercles les plus proches du pouvoir, après l’arrestation de trois hauts responsables militaires : l’ancien chef de la garde présidentielle le colonel Tom Byabagamba a été arrêté, accusé de crimes contre la sécurité de l’Etat. Cet officier d’active avait exercé de hautes fonctions au sein de l’état major de la mission de l’O NU au Sud Soudan. Dans le même temps, deux officiers à la retraite, le général Frank Rusagara et le capitaine David Kabuye ont également été arrêtés. Il s’agît de personnalités importantes, appartenant au premier cercle autour du chef de l’Etat : le général Rusagara, auteur d’une histoire très documentée de l’armée rwandaise et fut directeur de l’Ecole militaire du Rwanda tandis que David Kabuye est le mari de Rose Kabuye, un personnage de légende au pays des mille collines : combattante au sein de l’armée patriotique rwandaise où elle obtint le grade de major, Rose Kabuye qui fut maire de Kigali est surtout connue pour avoir accepté d’être incarcérée en Allemagne à la suite des mandats d’arrêt délivrés par le juge Bruguière contre neuf hauts dirigeants rwandais accusés d’avoir abattu l’avion du président Habyarimana. La détention de Rose Kabuye permit à ses avocats d’avoir accès au dossier Bruguière et de démonter, pièce par pièce, l’inanité des charges accumulées par cette instruction très politique. L fait d’être considérée comme une héroïne n’empêcha pas Rose Kabuye d’être par la suite d’être démise de ses fonctions de chef du protocole du président Kagame et de se retrouver, ainsi que ses proches, dans le collimateur…
Les arrestations actuelles frappent le cercle le plus étroit, le plus secret du FPR, celui des réfugiés ayant grandi dans les camps d’Ouganda et entrepris la lutte armée aux côtés de Paul Kagame, un cercle considéré comme le cœur même du pouvoir rwandais. C’est à ce premier cercle aussi qu’appartenait Patrick Karegeya, ancien chef des services secrets, assassiné le 31 décembre dernier à Johannesbourg. On devait apprendre par la suite que Karegeya, passé à l’opposition en même temps que le général Kayumba Nyamwasa (qui a échappé à deux tentatives d’assassinat..) avait consigné tous ses contacts sur trois téléphones portables, des appareils qui furent emportés par ses assassins. Les contacts qui s’y trouvaient expliquent ils la disgrâce puis l’arrestation de plusieurs hauts dignitaires du régime ?
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FDLR: abanyarwanda 40, bapfuye 27/08/2014 13:06

BURUNDI: IMIRAMBO 40 YABONETSE MU KIYAGA CYA RWERU N’IY’ABAHOZE BARINDA KAYUMBA NYAMWASA N’ABA DMI BAKORANAGA NA PATRICK KAREGEYA.


27 août 2014

Amakuru


Inkuru iri kuvugwa cyane muri iyi minsi mu Rwanda no mu Burundi ni iy’imirambo 40 yabonetse mu kiyaga cya Rweru mu Burundi, hafi n’umupaka n’u Rwanda. Iyi mirambo ngo ihambiriye amaboko inyuma iyindi yambuwe imyenda yavumbuwe n’abarobyi b’abarundi, igihe bari bibereye mu kazi kabo ko kuroba amafi.


Imirambo ireremba mu kiyaga cya Rweru i Burundi ni iyaba EX RDF, DMI

Inkuru y’iyi mirambo ikimara gutangazwa, leta zombi zabaye nk’izitana bamwana, Uburundi bukavuga ko abo bantu atari abarundi, u Rwanda narwo rukavuga ko atari abanyarwanda ngo n’ikimenyimenyi nta muntu uturiye umupaka wigeze ataka avuga ko yabuze umuntu we. Mu nkuru yasohotse ku gihe.com, umushinjacyaha mukuru wa polisi, ACP Théos Badege, yarahiye ko atari abanyarwanda, ariko arigiza nkana kuko abizi neza ko uretse no kuba abanyarwanda, bariya bishwe ni bagenzi be bo mu kazi asanzwe azi neza.

Mu gihe ACP Théos Badege akomeje kujijisha abanyarwanda, ariko nawe atiretse, Ikaze Iwacu yakoze itohoza, ariko ritararangira neza, isanga iriya mirambo ari iy’abasirikari n’abamaneko bahoze bakorana na Kayumba Nyamwasa, igihe yayoboraga iperereza ry’imbere mu gihugu, NSS mu mwaka wa 2001, igihe yarakubutse mu Bwongereza; harimo kandi n’abahoze ari ba Eskoti be. Abandi ni abamaneko bari barahawe akazi na Col Patrick Karegeya, igihe yayoboraga ishami rya DMI, rishinzwe iperereza ryo hanze.

Ikaze Iwacu yavumbuye ko igihe Kayumba Nyamwasa yahabwaga kuyobora NSS, yirukanye abantu benshi yahasanze, bari barahashyizwe na Jack Nziza, maze ashyiramo abantu be bashya, ariko muzi ko uyu mwanya atawumazeho kabiri, kubera ko Kagame yahise abona ko amahinduka yari ari gukorwa muri NSS na Kayumba atari shyashya. Rwarageretse kugeza ubwo Kayumba avaniwe kuri uwo mwanya agirwa ambasaderi mu Buhinde. Kuva aho RNC ivukiye ishinzwe na Kayumba Nyamwasa na Patrick Karegeya, ni bwo Kagame yabonye ko agomba gusubira inyuma agakubura abantu bose bari barahawe akazi mw’iperereza ryo mu gihugu imbere na Kayumba ndetse n’abari baragahawe na Karegeya mw’iperereza ryo hanze.

Jack Nziza yahawe amabwiriza yo kubanza kubirukana mu kazi, cyangwa bagashyirwa mu yindi myanya ya nyirarureshwa, mu gihe bakiri kubapangira. Uku ni ko Gen Dan Gapfizi yavanywe ku kuba commanda wa division muri RDF, ashyirwa mu nkeragutabara. Abakoreraga DMI hanze bagiye bahamagarwa ngo bagaruke mu gihugu, bahabwe imirimo mishya naho ntibamenye ko bahamagariwe kwicwa. Amezi make mbere y’urupfu rwa Karegeya, nibwo aba bamaneko bari barahawe akazi na Karegeya na Kayumba Nyamwasa bagiye batabwa muri yombi umwe umwe bajya kubafungira muri rya bagiro ry’i Kami, ariko n’abagiye bicwa rugikubita.


Brig. Gen Dan Gapfizi, we DMI yamukoresheje impanuka

Iyicarubozo babakoreye niryo ryagiye rivamo amadosiye akomeye, nk’iya LT Joel Mutabazi na bagenzi be, urupfu rwa Gen Dan Gapfizi, urupfu rwa Major John Sengati n’izindi mfu z’aba ofisiye ba RDF, bagiye bapfa amanzaganya, abantu ntibamenye uko bigenze. Kuva aho Kagame aboneye ko urubanza rwa LT Joel Mutabazi nta kizavamao, kubera ko yisubiyeho agahakana ibyo yari yaremeye igihe yicwaga urubozo, yahise afata icyemezo cyo kwica aba bamaneko bose ba Kayumba Nyamwasa na Patrick Karegeya, bari bafungiye i Kami igihe kinini, ahubwo ahita ajya ku yindi ntera yo kubasimbuza abandi bashya bo muri RDF, bavuzweho kuba barakoranaga na Kayumba cyangwa Karegeya. Niyo mpamvu abajenerali muri RDF ndetse n’aba cadres ba FPR bari gufungwa ubutitsa.


Major John Sengati, ex- aide de camp wa Kayumba Nyamwasa yarasiwe i Gitarama

Nubwo bwose nta washima Paul Kagame ibyo ari gukora, kubera ko yica urubozo abanegihugu ashinzwe kurinda, nta wabura no kuvuga ko ari isomo rikomeye ku bantu bakomeje gukorera uriya mutwe w’iterabwoba wa DMI. Nibarebe urwo bakanirwa iyo ababakoresha batakibakeneye: Kubafunga akandoyi bakabakubita agafuni, ubundi bakajugunya mu Kagera. Théos Badege rero nareke kubeshya, nta kindi gihugu hano mu karere cyica abantu bafunze akandoyi, uretse u Rwanda.


Maniliho Olivier wakoraga muri NSS yaburiwe irengero

Mu gihe kandi hari kuvugwa imirambo ireremba mu kiyaga cya Rweru, hari no kuvugwa irigiswa ry’umumaneko witwa Maniliho Olivier, wakoraga muri NSS, aho yari umufasha wa hafi wa Col Fred Muziraguharara, ushinzwe ubutegetsi n’imari muri NSS, akaba mu by’ukuri ari nawe muyobozi nyawe kubera ko Gen Karenzi Karake nta butegetsi agira. Maniliho yaburiwe irengero tariki ya 09 gashyantare uyu mwaka. Col Fred Muziraguharara yashyizwe kuri uriya mwanya na Jack Nziza ngo ajye amucungira Karenzi. Byaba se byagenze gute kugira ngo umukozi nk’uwo wo hejuru ukorana na Col aburirwe irengero? Maniliho Olivier ashobora kuba nawe ari muri iriya mirambo iri kurereremba mu kiyaga cya Rweru.


Col Fred Muziraguharara, uwo uri imbere wambaye uniforme ya RDF

Amakuru Ikaze Iwacu ikesha abayobozi b’intara ya Muyinga ihana imbibi n’u Rwanda, avuga ko nta muryango numwe wari wababwira ko yabuze umuntu. Batubwiye kandi ko iyo mirambo yabonetse mu kiyaga cya Rweru ngo iri mifuka, iyindi ifunze akandoyi, ngo hari n’indi iba nta n’imyenda yambaye. Abaturage batuye muri komine Giteranyi, mu ntara ya Muyinga ubu ngo bahangayikishijwe nuko amazi y’ikiyaga Rweru yanduye kandi ngo bari basanzwe bayakoresha mu ngo zabo.


Kayumba Nyamwasa mu muhango wo gusezera kuri Patrick Karegeya

Aline Manirabarusha, buramatari w’intara ya Muyinga, ngo yasabye abaturage bo mu ntara ayobora kwitondera cyane kongera gukoresha amazi yo mu kiyaga cya Rweru, kubera ko yanduye, anabagira inama ko uwaba nta kundi yabigenza, yakoresha ayo mazi aruko yabanje kuyateka neza akatura. Uyu buramatari kandi yijeje abaturage ko hashyizweho abantu bo gukora iperereza kuri iriya mirambo.

Gusa dukurikije uko tuzi leta ya FPR, nta wahamya niba izareka ngo Uburundi bukora iri perereza koko. Ese aho ubu DMI ntiyamaze kohereza za miliyoni i Burundi ngo iryo perereza rizaburizwemo? Uko byagenda kose bariburizamo batariburizamo, ukuri kurazwi, iriya mirambo ni iy’abasirikari n’abamaneko ba RDF. Umugani ugana akariho koko, AKAMASA KAZAZICA KAZIVUKAMO!!!!









Ngendahayo Damien

FDLR:ngo akayo kashobotse? 27/08/2014 09:58

ariko inyenzi zirasetsa cyane koko! FDLR se izaba iki? ngo kuko byavuzwe na USA HARYA? baze turabategereje hano muri KIVU!!Ubu sibwo bwa mbere,uko twabatsinze niko tuzakomeza.IRYO TERABWOBA NTACYO RIVUZE. NIBAZEEEEEE!!

suzana 27/08/2014 09:27

UBWOSE WAMUSHENZIWE EBORA IRAMARA NDE EBORA YARUTA UMUTI DOCTEUR YAHAYE ABAHUTU BAHUNGIYE IGOMA NO MUMAKAMBVI ANYURANYE NI IBIHE WARUZIKO IRIYA KORERA YAHITANYE ABAHUTU BINZIRAKARENGANE KO YA KOZWE NA LABOLATORY YABARUSSIA HANYUMA INYENZI ZIKAWUGURA BURI MUHUTU WESE WAKORESHEJE AMAZI CYANGWA IGIKOMA YARAPFAGA BAFASHE ABATUTSIKAZI BAROKOTSE BARI IGOMA NIBO BAKWIRAKWIJE AYO MAROZI NANGE NABIGIZEMO URUHARE ARIKO NARANGIJE GUSABA IMANA IMBABAZI KUKO BURYA NABO NABANTU
IBYIMIRAMBO BYO BIRAZWI KO BIRI GUTURUKA MURWANDA BIKOZWE NINYENZI NTAWABIHAKANA

mbonyingabo Jean 27/08/2014 14:55

Murwanda batumiye Maina Kiyaye kugirango bagaragaze yuku bashaka kwigishwa ngo bahinduke. Cyangwa kugirango bamuhe rushwa abavugire, ibyo kubavugirabyo ntibishoboka. Kuko yanze kubogamira kuri Kibaki wo mubwokobwe, banaturuka mukarere kamwe mugihe ubwicanye bwo muri Kenya bwakorwa. Nonengo barashaka yuko abigisha barigiki bayobewe ko ubugome bwabarenze.
ABATUTSI MWASHIGIKIYE KAGAME MUMITEGEKERE YE MIBI, NGWAHA NABAHUTU ARIKWICA. NONE NAMWE NIMWE MUGEZWEHO, UBUTEGETSI IYO ARIBUBI NTIBUROBANURA UBWOKO, BWICA BURIWESE UBUBANGAMIYE

THEBUQI 27/08/2014 09:41

Amakuru Su! None se ibi uvuga ni ukuli koko kwambaye ubusa? Umuntu ashobora kuganira nawe kuri e-mail?
Urakoze.

Maina Kiai 27/08/2014 06:21

Bavandimwe, navugaga ntarabona!! Ubwo bambazaga agashya kari mu Rwanda, nabuze icyo mvuga, najyaga kubumbura umunwa ngo nsohore ijambo bikanga, noneho mfata umugozi ndizirika nkuzirika umuba w'inkwi nshaka kubereka uburyo nabonye imirambo y'abantu iziritse. ubwo byabashobeye bagirango nataye umutwe bahita bahamagara ambulance ikitaraganya injyana kwa muganga.None bavandimwe nubu bayobewe icyo narwaye, mumfashe gushira ku ka rubanda ubwo bwicanyi buri kubera iyo iwanyu I Rwanda, ubwo nanjye numva aha ndi nzongeraho akanjye.

Maina Kiai 27/08/2014 06:18

AnBavandimwe, navugaga ntarabona!! Ubwo bambazaga agashya kari mu Rwanda, nabuze icyo mvuga, najyaga kubumbura umunwa ngo nsohore ijambo bikanga, noneho mfata umugozi ndizirika nkuzirika umuba w'inkwi nshaka kubereka uburyo nabonye imirambo y'abantu iziritse. ubwo byabashobeye bagirango nataye umutwe bahita bahamagara ambulance ikitaraganya injyana kwa muganga.None bavandimwe nubu bayobewe icyo narwaye, mumfashe gushira ku ka rubanda ubwo bwicanyi buri kubera iyo iwanyu I Rwanda, ubwo nanjye numva aha ndi nzongeraho akanjye.

Niyorurema Emmanuel 26/08/2014 22:15

Ntabivuga mukantuka.Nejo muzabe mukina-ntuka nta cyo bizantwara. Nababwiye ko isi izababana ntoya murampakanya.Reka na Ebola ize ibasange mu mashyamba ya Congo aho mwirirwa murya za nkende muhuje isura dore ko ngo ari zo zifote Ebola.

Niyorurema Emmanuel 26/08/2014 22:13

AKANYU KASHOBOTSE MWA NTURO MWE NGO NI VERITASINFO/FDLR

UN Security Council urges "swift neutralization" of Rwandan rebel group in DRC






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UNITED NATIONS, Aug. 26 (Xinhua) -- The UN Security Council on Tuesday called for "swift neutralization" of a Rwandan rebel group operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in order to bring stability to the country as well as the Great Lakes region.

In a press statement issued here, the 15-member Council " regretted that no significant progress was made" toward the neutralization of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), which announced earlier this year that they would lay down their weapons, with some starting to disarm in May.

"The members of the Security Council reaffirmed their support for the swift neutralization of the FDLR as a top priority in bringing stability to the DRC and the Great Lakes region," said the statement. "They expressed deep concern regarding the sustained domestic and regional threat posed by the FDLR, including recent reports of continued human rights abuses by members of the FDLR and continued recruiting and training of combatants, including children, and stressed the importance of disarming and ending the threat caused by this illegal armed group. "

The FDLR is a Hutu rebel group that fled Rwanda after perpetrating the Tutsi genocide in 1994 and has since conducted its operations in the eastern part of the DRC.

According to Martin Kobler, UN Secretary-General's Special Representative in the DRC and the head of the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the DRC (MONUSCO) who briefed the Security Council on the country's situation earlier this month, there are still some 1,500 of the FDLR combatants remaining active and not conforming to the DRC's six-month voluntary disarmament plan, though the FDLR appears to start to voluntarily disarm.

In its statement, the Security Council also "encouraged the DRC government, in coordination with MONUSCO, to actively pursue military action against those leaders and members of the FDLR who do not engage in the demobilization process or who continue to carry out human rights abuses."

In 2013, the council authorized the deployment of an intervention brigade within MONUSCO to carry out targeted offensive operations, with or without the Congolese national army, against armed groups that threaten peace in eastern DRC.


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mbonyingabo Jean 27/08/2014 10:10

Niyorurema nawe urashekeje cyane, ubwose urumva arubwambere twumva amagambo nkaya ava muri UN Security council? Ayo magambo ntateye ubwoba namba, kandi ntaza tubuza kugera kuntege twiyemeje. INTEGO YACU NUKO URWANDA RUBA URWABAHUTU NABATUTU BOSE, BAKARUGIRAMO UBURENGANZIRA BUMWE.

Benekuturindanibobaturyaa 26/08/2014 17:17

Politiki ikorwa muri Afrika ya zahabu na diama irenze kure ibyo mukeka. Umuhutu cg umututsi itarageraho ansubize. Ducirane amasiri tuburire ugezweho naho ubundi turashize.Programu y'abagaragu ba mpatsibihugu ni ndende.Mbese umwenda w'imbunda zitwica tuzarangiza kuwishyura ryari ?Mwe mwagize Imana yo kugerahanze mugenzure benutuzi n'inago mubibwire ubutegetsi butavogerwa.lmana iturinde ;ntibyoroshye.

FDLR 26/08/2014 16:52

arega mu Rwanda umuhutu ntabwo yitwa umunyarwanda.Umututsi niwe munyarwanda.biliya mwumva byo kwihakana abajutu nibyo bitangiye muri ya gahunda ya ndiumunyarwanda