1. Glad that greater scrutiny regarding Rwanda reveals more of the real situation in the country. If a story is too good to be true, it usually is.

  2. Why the authors of this articles require the anonymity? Because they sources are not credible also they are among of the so- called expert in The Great Lakes Regions of Africa. For exemple Filip Reytchens who’ s been spreading fake news about Rwanda just because he doesn’t like President Kagame.
    He’s a poor nostalgic ex-Habyarimana’s adviser.He’ s a miserable retired and frustrated man with post colonial behavior.

  3. Haahahaha! Soon our sad authors of these blogs and articles will ask for a hand in marriage with Rwanda! This is real ‘love’ for this beautiful country! Unfortunately there are no more consultancies for them to write our national constitution like it was the case during the Habyarimana’s regime and other similar countries. This sort of love can be extremely be dangerous! ‘Filip Reytchens’, wow! True love in the air with Rwanda! Why would such a so called professional take a break and stop embarrassing himself in fights with young vibrant societies like we have in Rwanda! He needs to be advised that gone are the day! And for the co-authors it pays off to go constructive work rather than following dying ideologies! And for the subject you’re trying to get right, you remind me of someone who said that “If you rearrange the letters in “ECONOMICS”, you get “COMIC NOSE”.



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