Rwanda: Kagame’s strong rule endures

Rwanda: Kagame’s strong rule endures

President Paul Kagame’s Rwanda has defied international pressure and followed in the footsteps of other countries in the region by changing the constitution – enabling the former rebel commander and leader of the ruling party holds onto power. Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni scrapped term limits in 2005 and recently, Burundi President Pierre…

Frank Kagabo is a freelance journalist.

President Paul Kagame and Rwanda: A beacon of hope or a pack of mirage?

In Rwanda, the world witnessed one of the greatest man-made disasters in our modern history. Approximately 800,000 Rwandans lost their lives in the 1994 genocide leaving the country and the international community in disarray. But twenty years after, the narrative of Rwanda has changed. From a war torn country, it…

Erukilede Julius

Erukilede Julius is a legal practitioner, entrepreneur and energy professional.

Third termism in Rwanda: should Rwanda change the constitution?

RWANDA- A debate on whether Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame should get himself a third term in 2017 after his final term in office expires or not has grown in number and vehemence in the recent months. The country’s parliament has launched a process that could finally end the debate on…

Ignatius Ssuuna

Ignatius Ssuuna is an investigative journalist based in Rwanda.