Human of Kigali

Impamvu: Gusaba gusubizwa Agaciro!

Gatete Thierry Kevin Umunyarwanda Nyakubahwa Ministri w’Ubutabera, akaba n’Intumwa Nkuru ya Leta. Kigali Impamvu: Gusaba gusubizwa Agaciro, nitwa amazina y’abakurambere. Nyakubahwa, N’ubwo navutse ndimpunzi, nabaga mubambere mwishuri. Sinigeze nisuzugura, cyangwa numva ko abandi bansumba, n’ubwo nari mu gihugu cyabo. Ntibyanatinze ndataha iwacu mu Rwanda. Ntabwo nigeze mba umucakara, nkoronizwa, cyangwa mba umukristo w’iroma. Nibaza impamvu rero nahawe amazina y’abantu tudafitanye ...

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I love you

I want to know how you feel, I want to feel your pain, so that together we can overcome it. I want to share my feelings with you too, I want to share my fears with you… I am interested in you, I have been closed to your world for so long, which I reckon has great stories and immense ...

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‘Merchants’ and buyers in the ‘Temple’.

Early last year, I traveled northwards along the Red Sea throughout the horn, seeking for my trace in the bible. See, I was unmoved by blond-hair-blue-eyed Jesus. With the little World War Two history I knew, I found it odd that two Jews, Jesus and Virgin Mary would be sold to me here looking like Aryans… Black Jesus I wanted to ...

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Mistakes in English, French is no big deal!

Mutahi Ngunyi, a well known Kenyan writer and political scientist once told me: ‘Gacaca – he calls me that: ‘In Nairobi if you try to pull that fake American or British accent of yours, people will think you are a joke; they do it better than you; they’ve seen guys like you before, they will see them after you leave; ...

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Documockery on Africa must stop!

No doubt we, as activists and those more professional media practitioners have tried and will continue to cover Burundi. The situation in our neighboring country is worrisome and requires our attention and possibly action. I think every Head of State of this region would be justified to ask his citizens to postpone elections in their respective countries due to the ...

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