Rwanda still least corrupt


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Haha ahaha ahahaha.....anything positive about Rwanda ni uwongo,subiri waje!!
 
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Haha ahaha ahahaha.....anything positive about Rwanda ni uwongo,subiri waje!!
tumeshakuja! amakuru yawe?

Rwanda is a dictatorship, wananchi hawawezi kusema ukweli hata kidogo kwa hofu ya kufanyiziwa. Serikali inashughulikia wale wote ambao ukweli wao utaharibu positive image/propaganda ya kagamedom.
Rwanda ni miongoni mwa nchi za mwisho kabisa katika orodha ya uhuru wahabari duniani!

explain inawezekanaje watumishi wa ikulu ya rwanda wakamiliki ndege mbili za thamani ya zaidi ya dola millioni 100, ambazo mteja wake pekee wa kuzikodi ni pres kagame! how much do these civil servants get paid in a country that depends on aid for almost 100%?

Hii ndio the real Rwanda!:

"In June, the acting editor of another newspaper was shot in the face and killed. The journalist, Jean-Leonard Rugambage, was silenced because he exposed corruption involving Kagame and claimed he had uncovered the government's involvement in the attempted murder of a former Rwandan army general exiled in South Africa."

"The plane is one of two blue-and-white Bombardier BD-700 Global Express jets - costing £30 million each - owned by the ruler of a country where 60 per cent of the people live in poverty.In a bid to cover up the millions he has splurged on the aircraft, Kagame's government set up a private investment company, registered in South Africa, as a front.

However, official records reveal that all the directors of the company, founded in May 2008, work for the president."

"leading female journalists, Agnes Nkusi Uwimana, now languishing in Kigali's grim Central Prison.
Last month, the newspaper editor began a 17-year sentence for publishing critical articles in the run-up to the country's blatantly fixed presidential elections last August that saw Kagame - the country's leader since 2000 - returned to office with a 93 per cent majority."

"The sham elections, at which 53-year-old father-of-four Kagame banned the two major opposition parties from standing and stood against three members of his own ruling coalition, were marred by the mysterious deaths of some of his political opponents and critics."
 

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