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Exclusive: Kagame’s Historic Speech In Parliament

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Mkusa, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. Mkusa

    Mkusa JF-Expert Member

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    This Man is Intelligent and Brave, Am proud of this Man rather than Mkwe.re.
    Africa Needs this Man much more than we think
    Hebu pitia speech yake hapa

    Exclusive: Kagame

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  2. Mkusa

    Mkusa JF-Expert Member

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    Quoting Kagame
    zomba Ritz You Guys must go and deliver this Message to Mkwe.re, He is one of the recepient of this message
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  3. Mkusa

    Mkusa JF-Expert Member

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    Huyu Jamaa Points zake zina mgusa Mkwe.re straight
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    Goodrich JF-Expert Member

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    Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya na Burundi zitatuacha mbali sana.
    Viongozi wetu wanahangaika na mikakati ya kututawala badala ya kutuletea maendeleo.
    Uchaguzi mmoja unapoisha, kwao ni maandalizi ya uchaguzi mwingine.
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    zomba JF-Expert Member

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    Barabara za lami zilizopo Tanzania kwa sasa ikiwa zitapelekwa Rwanda kutakuwa "hakuna pa kulima" - Magufuli.
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    Another killer who's free ..... ..... ...... .......
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    Nonda JF-Expert Member

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    Je Magufuli anaelewa kuwa Rwanda ina eneo dogo kuliko Tanzania(Tanganyika)?

    Magufuli anaelewa kasi ya ukuaji wa uchumi na mipango ya maendeleo ya Rwanda?

    link allAfrica.com: Rwanda: Coffee, Tea Export Revenues Shoot Up link 2 The New Times Rwanda: :: Tea exports surge to US$$33m in first half of 2012

    Tanzania link allAfrica.com: East Africa: Tanzanian Tea Exports Drop

    Mkuu Zomba, Rwanda inajisogeza mbele, sisi tunapiga siasa. Inabidi tubadilike.
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    Much as I respect Kagame, when it comes to his involvement in DRC, he is dead wrong. His justification that DRC harbours Interahamwe killers therefore he should be there is hollow. DRC went through a difficult period that there was hardly a functioning government that could provide water to the people of Kinshasa, let alone to embark on expensive pursuit of Rwandese rebels. All what the DRC did was to allow the refugees from Rwanda to seek security in DRC. Infact, even if it chose to disrespect the Geneva convention on refugees, it could have hardly been capable of preventing the influx of the refugees, given, who some of them were Interahamwe. For Kagame to place the blame of INTERAHANWE presence in DRC on the government of the DRC is really dishonest and political Machiavellism, to say the least.
    Will he deny that for decades he has been interfering in DRC internal affairs by creating various rebel groups? I was in North Kivu and other parts of Eastern Congo on several occasions and saw the Rwandese military with my own eyes. Other neutral bodies, UN, Crisis group etc concluded the same. Where is Laurent Nkunda, the former rebel of CNDP? Isn't he in Rwanda? Though the DRC government bent over to please Rwanda by including the rebels-who are mostly Tutsis- in the national army, FARDC, that did not satisfy Rwanda which is mainly after stealing the natural wealth of DRC.
    Kagame is now talking against colonialism and imperialism only because he lost the backing of the USA and, of course, the donor aid. When he was plundering DRC with the support of USA, we did not hear him condemning the imperialists! This is an archaic way of all African leaders: blame the white man when he stops playing the ball!
    Infact, he was too much into the gravy train of DRC that he fought Uganda inside DRC at Kisangani, over the division of the spoils!
    Kagame remains my preferred East African leader even with his faults that had led to the deaths of millions of people, actually more than those killed in the Rwandan genocide. I respect him for working for his country whether by fair or unfair means (who is fair in politics?) I will prefer someone like him than the person who works against their country like our current Tanzanian mfalme who is busy signing lop-sided agreements with Canada and every Mzungu, giving away Tanzanian gold, gas on the cheap and, at home, killing the opposition.
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    Nadhani Maguli hakuofikiria suala la % za barabara za rami badala yake aliangalia urefu wa barabara za rami. Nakosa neno zuri la kiswahili, lakini kwa maana nyingine ni vema kuangalia % of road network (ubora na ufikiwaji) badala ya wingi tu peke yake (suala la proportinality).