After 12 months in power, Félix Tshisekedi has yet to find a way to stand out from his influential predecessor and, above all, to meet the pressing expectations of his fellow citizens. Just over a year ago, Tshisekedi was sitting next to a Joseph Kabila. He was without his khaki fatigues and goatee and although … Continue reading DRC: One year in and Félix Tshisekedi is yet to make his mark
Evariste Ndayishimiye was on 26 January 2020 selected as the presidential candidate for the CNDD-FDD ruling party. Many people believe that the 2020 elections are not INCLUSIVE, as hundreds of thousands of Burundians have been forced into exile. The line of argument is that the elections are based on the new flawed constitution adopted in … Continue reading Nkurunziza’s choice: transfer of power or survival ruse?
Burundi stands at a crossroads with the upcoming elections likely to tear the CNDD-FDD party into parts. As Burundian go to the polls in May 2020, the country risks relapsing into broad internal infightings within the CNDD-FDD Party over a number of unresolved issues within the party. President Nkurunziza is causing an implosion in the … Continue reading Burundi’s upcoming elections, bracing for CNDD-FDD internal party unrest and future uncertainty
Recently, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has made commendable efforts to put an end to the terrorism of armed groups which, since 1994, have been spreading terror in its territory. Several of their military leaders have been killed by the Congolese army, including their leader, General Sylvestre Mudacumura; others were captured and hundreds of … Continue reading The Genocidaires in political outfit: the case of Marcel Sebatware, commissioner of the FDU-Inkingi in Belgium
Ugandan media like chimpreports that has been heavily involved in propaganda war fare continue to trade fake news aimed at misleading the public that relations between the two countries have attained stability and momentum therefore there are positive signs for the two countries to manage their differences and avoiding disputes. Commenting about the article, Rwanda’s … Continue reading Uganda’s propaganda media playing mind games to discourage Rwandan businessmen going to China for importations
The current stand-off in RNC reminds me of an old proverbial expression that “curses are like chickens, they always come home to roost.” Meaning that the bad things that someone has done in the past have come back to bite or haunt the individual. This is the exact scenario of what is happening to Kayumba … Continue reading Chickens have come home to roost, the case of Kayumba Nyamwasa and his RNC terror group in a state of disarray.