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Francophonie Vs Commonwealth: How Rwanda Bagged $3 Billion When It Said ‘au revoir’

Francophonie Vs Commonwealth: How Rwanda Bagged $3 Billion When It Said ‘au revoir’

Jacques Chirac, former French President, must have been laughing at what he imagined were ‘les imbéciles’. Why not? For starters, France had been Rwanda’s master for three decades. Frankly, France had paid for the piper, and so it called the tunes. The French held the people and leaders of the land of a thousand hills […]

Rwanda Votes For Human Rights Resolution. Russia, China Protest

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Rwanda has defied the African solidarity, voting in favour of a historic UN resolution that guarantees protection for individuals and groups involved in human rights campaign. In what the world believed was Africa’s opportunity to influence a global direction in favour of humanity, Rwanda broke ranks with the African bloc and voted Yes. The manuscript […]

FDLR Intelligence Chief Surrenders To Rwanda


The commander who has been handling all dealings of Rwandan FDLR rebels with the outside world has surrendered, KT Press can exclusively report. On Monday, Lt. Col Adam Bab surfaced unexpectedly at a UN mission (MONUSCO) base in Masisi, North Kivu province of Eastern DRC. Lt. Col Désiré Habamungu, alias Adolphe Habmure, Kaduruvayo, or Bab Adam are […]

Kagame Commends INTERPOL efforts in combating crime


President Paul Kagame has called for concerted efforts in international policing as a way of curbing global crimes that currently have affected the development of communities and institutions. Kagame made the remarks while officially opening the 84th Interpol General Assembly in Kigali city, where over 1,000 delegates (including police chiefs) convened for the world’s largest […]

20 Surprises You Never Knew About President Kagame


If you haven’t read Francois Soudan’s book, “Conversations with the President of Rwanda”, KT Press has sampled a few surprises from the 133-page-biography which you may have not heard about Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame. Kagame is, as he describes himself, an introspective person. He has a softer life like anyone else. He has ups and downs too. […]

‘Mon Colonel’ – Inside FDLR And The Deadly Escape To Rwanda


The thick jungles of Democratic Republic of Congo have been home for Gerard Ntibibaza as a member of the notorious Les Forces démocratiques de libération du Rwanda (FDLR-Foka) for two decades. Ntibibaza rose through the rebel ranks up to the level of a Lieutenant Colonel. His wife, Jacqueline Nyirakamana, is a Sergeant with whom they […]

Mushikiwabo moves to German after Russia


Rwanda Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Louise Mushikiwabo, is in Germany to hold talks with her German counterpart, Frank Walter Steinmeier and also take time to woo more investors. The Minister is on an official visit to German since October 27, and is expected to hold business talks with various members of the German […]

Rwanda showcase tourism incentives in China


The Embassy of Rwanda in Beijing exhibited tourism packages during the 4th Beijing International Tourism Commodities Fair (BITCF) to boost Rwanda’s tourism. The fourth fair was held from 24th-26th October 2015 at the China International Exhibition Center. BITCF is a large international tourism commodity industry pageant held by Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development and […]

Africa’s troubled country pleads for Rwanda Political support

Africa’s troubled country pleads for Rwanda Political support

The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) is seeking Rwanda’s expertise in conflict resolution to address continued unrest in the central African region. With its success in restoring peace in Central Africa Republic, Mali S. Sudan, and other conflict regions, ECCAS has officially requested Rwanda to be a  member of the block, after the […]

Rwanda deploys two more Police contigents to CAR


Rwanda National Police (RNP) has deployed two more contingents of 280 officers to the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Central Africa (MINUSCA). The Formed Police Unit (FPU) and a Protection and Support Unit (PSU) composed of 140 officers each left for a one year peacekeeping mission, aboard the national carrier, RwandAir on October 22, 2015. […]