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March 27, 2017 at 1:48 pm #493
April 6, 2017 at 7:06 pm #530
Ewana uno munsi wari mwiza kubantu bazima ark kubasazi babihiwe sana.Mu ma saa munani navuye nyabugogo nerekeza i nyamirambo kuri contineur nyiva muri bus rero sasa wumve ibintu ukuntu byagenze:nerekeje nyakabanda ngeze imbere gato nahise mpura numusazi atoye ibihumbi 5000 nahise nibaza ukuntu nayamwaka biracanga.nahise mubwirango nampe irangamuntu yange atoye,nawe yahise ambwirango ntago ambikira.numvise ampaye byahatari ark ahita ambazango:c ubundi witwa nde?nahise mubwirako nitwa REPUBULIKA Y’URWANDA,arongera arambazango: none c ufite imyaka ingahe? mpita mubwirango mfite imyaka ibihumbi bitanu.noneho ahantu yanyemereje yahise ambwirango ndashaje ningire vuba nipfire.ngako akabasazi rero.April 6, 2017 at 7:17 pm #533
Abantu Benshi Binjira MuRukund Bagakund Bakanakndwa Arko Hakabaho Igih Usanga Urkundo Rwabo Rudakur Cg Ngo Rubaryohere Ugasanga Rimw Narimwe Batumva Ibyiz Byo Kuba Mu Rukndo, Kutaryoherwa Narwo Bishibor Kuba Byanabaviramo Gutandukan Bitewe Nuko Baba Batitaye Kubyo Umwe Ashobora Gukorera Mugenziw Kugirango Bashimishany Ku Mande Zombi Bityo Nurkundo Rwabo Rurambe. Kubwibyo Waba Umuhung Cg Umukobw Hari Ibintu Ushobor Gukora Kugirango Ubagarire Urukund Kdi Unashimish Uwo Ukund Kdi Binabafashe No Kumva Ibyiza Byo Kuba Murukund Burya Ibi Ntabwo Bisaba Gukora Ibintu Bihanitse Cne. Njye Ndabyibuka Ababyeyi Banjye (mama Na Papa) Iyo Babaga Bicaranye Muntebe Mama Arimo Acira Papa Inzara Birumvikana Cyari Igikorwa Kidasaba Imbaraga Nyish Cne Gusa Cyarabashimishaga Bikomeye Natwe Ubwacu Tukabibona. Mugihe Rero Ufite Uwo Ukunda Ntugomba Kugereka Akaguru Ku Kandi Ngo Wumve Ko Cyakemutse Ahubwo Ugomba Guhora Wita Kuwo Ukunda Ushakisha Icyo Wamukorera Wibanda Cne Ku Byamushimish Kugira Ngo Urukundo Rwanyu Ruhore Rurabagirana.April 6, 2017 at 7:22 pm #534
Iyi si ni ishuri kandi yigisha uwubishaka n’uwutabishaka. Ibi ni bimwe muvyo yanyigishije:
1. Uko wokwitwara kwose ntushobora kunezereza bose ck ngo ubashimishe gutyo ntuzonabigerageze!
2. Ivyo umuntu yifuza akenshi sivyo abona ndetse n’ivyo akora sivyo akorerwa rero ntibikwiye kukuraza ishinga.
3. Vyose ni busa! Ivyo wotunga vyose mu kanya nk’ako urume rumara vyoyoka ugasigara mu kangaratete,gutyo ntuzokwigire uwuhambaye
4. Bimwe mu bibazo tugira mu buzima akenshi biraduhungabanya ariko iyo tuvyitwayemwo neza bitubera icirwa kizodufasha gutorera inyishu ibibazo vyinshi mu buzima bwa kazoza.
5. Uwo woba uri we wese ntukiyemeze ngo urakomeye kuko ntawishobora. Ejo ushobora gusanga wakeneye umwe waza urasuzugura.
6. Niwakunda umuntu ntagukunde ck akaguhemukira, ntibizoguteshe umutwe kuko hari n’aho ata co yari kuzokumarira!
7. Mu migambi ikomeye uza urafata mu buzima, uze urafata ingingo wewe ubwawe ukurikire umutimanama wawe ni nawo uzi ivyo ukeneye n’uwo wifuza kuba!
8. Niwabona incuti y’ukuri uzokore uko ushoboye ntumutakaze kuko burya yokurutira inzahabu!
9. Ntugatinye gukora ikintu ngo ni uko kigoye kuko nta nyungu woronka utabize akuya. Nta n’intwari ibaho itararwana urugamba ngo irutsinde!
10. Ikiruta vyose nize ni uko ata ruhombo rwo kugira neza n’ubwo akenshi bitugora, kandi nta n’inyungu yo guhemuka.Tuze turakora vyose uko twishakiye ariko Imana iba iriko iraturaba!April 6, 2017 at 8:59 pm #536
Hagendewe ku bushakashatsi bwakozwe na TOMS ROM (Wize iby’ubukungu):
Umugabane w’abakene hanyuma y’abandi ku isi ni abahembwa umushahara w’ukwezi, bakurikiranye n’abasabiriza.
Baba mu kazitiro k’ubukene mu minsi 30.
Uhembwa buri kwezi arangwa no guhora ategerejeee kandi iyo umushahara ukerewe gato bimutera ishavu risenya byinshi, agahangayika kandi yihebye cyane.
Umushahara ni igisubizo cy’igihe kigufi ku kibazo kitarambye.
Umushahara ntushobora gukemura ibibazo byanyu by’amafaranga.
Mukeneye amasoko (inkomoko) menshi muvanamo umusaruro.
Urupapuro bagaragrizaho imisoro rufite amoko y’imisaruro agera kuri 11, nyamara umushara wo ni hamwe gusa.
Ntimugatungwe n’uburobyi bukoresha indobani imwe kandi hari amafi menshi mu nyanja.
Umushahara ni igisubizo gito cyo gucungana n’ubukene, ntabwo ukiza ikibazo. Gusa indi mirimo mukora harimo n’ishoramali niyo yahangana n’ubukene.
Abenshi mu bashoramali ntabwo bari mu bahembwa umushahara w’ukwezi.
Itandukaniro riri hagati y’usabiriza mu muhanda n’uhembwa ku kwezi, ni uwo mushahara w’ukwezi gusa.
Uzafunge umushara ukwezi kumwe gusa maze wirebere uko abenshi bababaye cyane ndetse bari munsi y’umurongo w’ubukene.
Nutekereza uko ifaranga rigenda rita agaciro, uzasanga warahindutse umukene ugereranije n’igihe watangiriye akazi. Ifaranga rita agaciro nyamara umushahara ntiwiyongera.
Nushaka ugabanye umushahara wawe n’amasaha 2,000 maze wirebere ayo ukorera cg winjiza ku isaha imwe.
Niba udafite ubwizigame bungana n’umushahara w’amezi 3, uri umukene.
Kuba uhembwa ku kwezi ni ibyo wishyiramo, bisohokemo mu buryo bw’intekerezo!
Erega ufite agaciro karuta umushahara uhembwa.
Umushahara ni agaciro kahwanijwe n’imbaraga zawe.
Ese wowe wiha agaciro kangana iki???
Ntushobora kongera agaciro kawe, keretse niwibona mu buryo butandukanye n’uko ubyumva ubu.
Ubuzima ni ingaruka z’igihe, imbaraga n’umusaruro.
Kugira ngo wongere umusaruro, ugomba kuba uw’igiciro.
Abenshi mu bahembwa umushahara basoza ari abakene.
Ndihanangiriza buri wese muri twe kugira ubwenge mu byo kumenya umutungo kandi tumenyereze amaso yacu kubona ibisubizo mu bibazo; Twinjire mu mishinga kuko umushahara ni intica ntikize.
Kuba uhembwa umushahara cg kuba umushoramali ni icyemezo umuntu afata.
Ubuzima ntibuzahinduka kugeza ubwo uzafatira icyemezo.
Mukore uwo mwitozo muzaba mureba ikizavamo ! 🙉 🙉 🙉 🙉 🙉 🙉 🙉April 6, 2017 at 9:07 pm #537
Mbese aho koko agafuniko ka biere ntikaba kagiye kumara amazi mu ngunguru?
ni kangahe twumva abapfuye baguye ku mihanda ntibagire gikurikiranwa, naho babarijwe bati nubundi byagaragaye ko bari abajuru?
kangahe twumva amazu y’abatavuga rumwe na leta n’amagereza bishya
kangahe twumva abahimbirwa ibyaha ngo n’ingengabitekezo kandi ntawe uyirusha agatsiko ka kagame gacagura abapfu n’abazima?
mbese amashuri meza yigamo bande niba koko ari ireme ry’uburezi?
ugerageje kugaragaza amarangamutima ye se anyuzwa hehe kandi ngo mu rwanda dufite kwishyira no kwizana no kutaniganwa ijambo?
ni byinshi wamugani bizamara amazi mu ngunguru, ariko burya si buno! kandi ngo burya umugore waryohewe n’urushako agirango akirusha abandi…April 6, 2017 at 9:13 pm #538
April 10, 2017 at 4:27 pm #576
CNRD-Ubwiyunge yuzuye DMI ya Paul Kagame
Bamwe mu bayobozi ba CNRD-Ubwiyunge bakorana na diaspora ariko bagakomeza kubeshya rubanda ngo ni opposition. Uyu mugabo mubona kuri iyi foto ngo niwe ushinzwe commissariat de sercurité muri CNRD-Ubwiyunge akanaba muri diaspora (DMI) ya Brisbane muri Australia. Akunze guhindagura amazina, rimwe akiyita Jean Kalisa, ubundi akiyita Jean Paul Kalinijabo ariko amazina ye nyayo ni Jean Baptiste Nshimiyimana. Kuri iyi foto Jean Baptiste Nshimiyimana alias Jean Kalisa (Jean Paul Kalinijabo) na Diaspora (DMI) barimo yakira Muligande.April 13, 2017 at 10:10 am #578
Prices of some foodstuffs continue to increase in most markets across Kigali city and suburbs, a mini-survey by The New Times indicates. Tomatoes now cost Rwf900 per kilogramme in Kimironko and Nyabugogo markets, up from Rwf800 a fortnight ago, while peas are up by Rwf200 to Rwf1,700, up from Rwf1,500.
Irish potatoes (Kinigi type) cost Rwf350 in Nyarugenge Market compared to Rwf280 previously. Charcoal that was Rwf1,000 per small basket in city markets, now goes for Rwf1,200, while a medium-sized basket costs Rwf2,100 compared to Rwf2,000.
Olivier Gasasira, a vendor in Nyarugenge Market, attributed the increase to low supplies from Northern Province, the main Irish potato growing area in Rwanda.
Ernest Twagiramungu, a trader in Nyarugenge Market, said there is scarcity of onions in Rubavu District, the main producer of the crop, adding that traders are now importing onions from DR Congo.
This, he said, could push up onion prices ahead of harvest season.
Meanwhile, prices of most foodstuffs were unchanged over the reporting period. Fresh beans range from Rwf500 per kilogramme, while ground nuts are at between Rwf1,400 and Rwf1,500 per kilogramme. A bunch of bananas (plantains) ranges from Rwf7,000 to Rwf8,000, depending on size, while a kilo of banana fingers goes for Rwf350 in most markets, and cassava costs Rwf400 a kilogramme. Cassava flour costs Rwf400 a kilo, while that of the Kinazi and Akanoze brands is at Rwf600. Carrots cost Rwf500 a kilo, red onions are at Rwf800 per kilogramme in Nyabugogo and Nyarugenge markets, respectively.
Those that buy groceries from supermarkets part with Rwf1,000 per kilo of carrots (in Simba Supermarket), while that of red onions is at Rwf1,600, and white onions go for Rwf2,300 per kilo. A kilogramme of passion fruits costs Rwf1,200 in Kimironko Market, and paw paws cost Rwf900 each (medium-sized). Ground nuts range from Rwf1,400 to Rwf1,500 a kilo, that of sorghum flour costs Rwf900, and millet flour is at Rwf1,400 per kilogramme.
Beef is at Rwf2,300 per kilogramme, while whole chicken costs Rwf3,500, and you have to part with Rwf400 each for a big-sized avocado in Kimironko market. Sugar ranges from Rwf1,000 to Rwf1,100 a kilo, milk is at between Rwf350 and Rwf500 per litre, and salt costs Rwf400 per kilo in Kimironko Market. Bread (weighing 1kg) ranges from Rwf1,000 to Rwf2,000, depending on the brand, type or size across the city and suburbs.
Rwanda’s inflation rate was recorded at 7.7 per cent in March year-on-year, according to the National Institute of Statistics Rwanda consumer price index (CPI) monthly report figures. The increase was mainly driven by rising prices of foodstuffs and non-alcoholic beverages.April 15, 2017 at 7:20 pm #590
narimo ngenda mbe mpuye numwe mubakozi ba minisiteri yubuhinzi nubworozi nti mbe wamugabo?ko uri mumodoka aho kwiga ku bihingwa birikwicwa nindwara bikaze!nti ko naya ndege iri gutera imiti mu burasizuba ngo biri gutangubusa!kandi bishobora gufata igihugu cyose!aransubiza ati?47 WE HUMURA ICYOCYO LETA YA KAGAME NTIYAGITSINDWAHO!ese nawe muremeranya?April 15, 2017 at 7:37 pm #594
Ikizakwereka umuntu wigira umunyamujyi kandi ubuturage bukimurimo:
*Uzasanga ari wa mukobwa uzimya amakara ku mbabura na Kizimyamwoto
*Uzasanga ari wa muhungu ujya mu birori maze umuheha wa plastic yanywesheje soda awukura mu gacupa akawuzinga akawubika mu mufuka ngo awutahane ajye awunywesha iwe
*Usanga ari wa mugabo ukora gisida(accident) maze umwuka we wa nyuma akawukoresha yisararanga abaza niba imodoka cg moto ye itangiritse cyane ubundi akitura hasi agahwera
*Ni wa muntu ukubona muri groupe yo kuri whatsapp maze akakwandikira akubaza niba uba kuri whatsapp
*Uzasanga ari wa muntu unywera hejuru ya 30,000FRW mu kabari k ‘i Remera akayamara maze agataha mu Gatsata n’amaguru
*Uzasanga ari wa mugore udasiba kujya gusenga ariko atazi gutera n’isengesho ryo ku meza ahubwo ahora avuga imitongero buri uko abyutse bg agiye kuryama.July 17, 2017 at 2:55 pm #938
Umuhungu yagiye gukwa umukobwa maze sebukwe amuca ibihumbi 800000.
Umuhungu biramubabaza cyane atangira kwijujutira abo kwa sebukwe agira ati kera twakwaga isuka cy inka kandi bakaguha umugeni w’isugi none ubu muraduca ariya mafranga yose kandi ku mukobwa waryamanye n’abagabo batabarika akanakuramo inda zitabarika.
Abo kwa sebukwe baramusubiza bati kuri iki gihe agaciro k’inkwano kariyongereye kuberako muri gutwara abakobwa bafite uburambe mu kazi.
😂 😂 😂April 22, 2019 at 7:34 am #204127
The Rwanda and Uganda borders tension
Kagitumba–Mirama Hills One-Stop Border Post between Rwanda and Uganda.
A regional newspaper, The East African, has reported in their latest issue, about what they call the “ease of tensions” at the Rwanda – Uganda borders.
The paper bases this analysis on an interview they had with a couple of residents around the border area, mainly at Gatuna border post.
This is far from the truth, according to officials who are well versed with the goings-on between both countries.
According to officials who spoke to us, the very reasons that were advanced by the Government of Rwanda which they said are responsible for the strain in relations with Uganda still exist, and there has not been any change to the effect of addressing the three main problems.
The three issues that were presented by Rwanda include the targeting and persecution of Rwandan nationals on Ugandan soil and Uganda’s continued hobnobbing with individuals who harbour plans to attack and destabilise peace in Rwanda.
The third reason is economic sabotage, where Uganda has not taken any step to address these issues that economically hurt Rwanda, the source said.
The travel advisory was issued at the beginning of March.
None of the above has changed according to available information.
For instance, two months since Rwanda made the necessary steps to protect its citizens by advising Rwandans against travelling to Uganda, there has not been any change in terms of efforts to stop harassing Rwandans in Uganda.
Rwandans continue to be targeted in Uganda.
In fact, the situation has since deteriorated, now involving assassinations where two Rwandans have been murdered on Ugandan soil, including one in Kisoro town and another one in Kabarore.
On April 15 2019, at around 10p.m, unknown assailants trailed and shot dead a Rwandan businessman named Lambert Sanabo.
The deceased, 52, was the manager of a famous wine factory, Isimbi Wines.
The assailants, who were in a Premio saloon car, white in colour, trailed the deceased who was riding his Bajaj motorcycle registration number UDS 105H, before shooting him as soon as he arrived at his house.
Sanabo’s body was repatriated to Rwanda on April 17, through Cyanika border post.
Another Rwandan, Theogene Dusengimana, 28, who was working in a tea plantation in Kabarole District, Uganda, since 2014, was on April 7 killed by unknown people.
The Ugandan Police in Kabale District intercepted people who were transporting his body to Rwanda via illegal routes on April 9 and immediately took it to Kabale hospital for further management.
The body has since been repatriated, also via Cyanika border post.
Besides the assassinations, many Rwandans are still held in different ungazetted places by Ugandan security operatives, as evidenced by figures that are available for the past two months.
According to border records, between March and April 2019, a total of 94 Rwandans were dumped at the border with Uganda, having first been arrested and detained for varying periods of time.
These illegal deportations have happened at all the three official borders with Uganda with Cyanika border receiving 22, Gatuna 51 and Kagitumba 21.
Equally, abduction of Rwandans has never stopped, going by testimonies from those who have been fortunate enough to come out of the torture chambers alive.
Secondly, Uganda’s assistance to Rwanda National Congress (RNC) has never stopped, according to information available.
In fact, it is during these past one and half months that President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda received a delegation of senior officials from RNC, led by their head of diplomacy, Rwandan dissident Charlotte Mukankusi.
He acknowledged this much in a letter he wrote to his counterpart, President Paul Kagame, that was sent through New Vision – a Ugandan government daily – which published it on March 19, in which he said he had “accidentally met Mukankusi”.
It would later come out that the Ugandan authorities issued Mukankusi with a Ugandan passport, which she now uses to travel around the world mobilising support for the terrorist group.
The only thing that has changed perhaps is the progress that has been made towards the completion of the Gatuna One Stop Border Post, at least on the Rwandan side.
In fact, Infrastructure Minister Claver Gatete and his Foreign Affairs counterpart, Dr Richard Sezibera on Friday visited the border and would later report that works on the Rwandan side are nearly complete and within the deadline.
“Look forward to speedy completion on the Uganda side so the OSBP can become operational within timelines agreed at the Northern Corridor summit,” Sezibera tweeted Friday.
According to Minister Gatete, the works are at 93 per cent of completion.
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