WHY COUNTRIES SUCCEED BUT AFRICAN COUNTRIES DO NOT?

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    Rwanda

    RWANDAWhen I was reading research about the above question, I found that these 5 nordic countries: Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Sweden, and 2 other non-nordic countries: Netherlands and Switzerland to make a list of 7 countries, the most wealthier in the world always comes the first in global ranking whether it’s democracy ratings, no-corruption, long life span, health, wealth etc. What lesson do we learn from them?

    YOU CAN NOT REACH SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BY INTIMIDATING, KILLING OR OPPRESSING YOUR OWN PEOPLE!!!

    Any claim for development that does not consider the participation of all citizens for their benefit, if any, will never last longer, therefore not sustainable.

    In my reading I found the following statements to be true:

    1. ” With the hard winters, people had to learn to plan and collaborate with each other to survive”. Here, facing the problem and finding solutions is the unlocked key. While Africans search solutions from their thieves, wealthier countries’ citizens took their destiny in their hands and worked without waiting for aids from foreigners. And their descendants are now enjoying. For Africans, instead of working for our next generation, leaders are stealing African Wealth and investing in reach countries instead of enriching philosophically, morally as well as educationally to bring the needed awareness and serve as a model. Our leaders are “Anti-Development Values” claiming to be good. They are “Misleaders”. And what can Africans do? Just work hand to hand each other instead of accepting division, hate, and discrimination led by those misleaders claiming to be the leaders and sometimes praised by those wealthier countries to be “visionary leaders” because they help them achieving their agenda, to steal African Wealth. They are nothing than puppets.

    2. “Most people were taught to act as collaborating, responsible and independent agents for centuries”. Here, development does not come out of blue. People have to work in order to achieve sustainable development. But enriching only some individuals can not lead the African countries to their dream of development. Working together as a nation, without any discrimination, advantaging some groups against others and accept to be accountable for any single individual act and action are the only ways heading to sustainable development. Dependence has been always a negative factor for any achievement. That is why freedom is a key factor in development. Wherever citizens are not free to think, work independently, there will never be a durable development. Preventing someone to think is preventing development as different ideas contribute to check and balance as well as accountability.

    3. “While their life was often hard and unfair, they were part of the system, and could make some difference for themselves and people they cared about. That’s a lot better than being the victim of a system and basically being limited to doing what you have to do to avoid punishment”. The worse in most African countries is “Intimidation”. A system that do not accept ideas from people out of their system. African misleaders heading African countries want only praises. No critics. However, their dids deserved to have a say from citizens. Inclusion is highly needed if Africa wants to be independent one day.

    Africa is not poor but Africans are poorer!!! Let change Attitude to exploit our rich continent. We will be as rich as it is. But it is and will remain impossible, as long as we keep misleaders on leadership posts. Let us take our destiny in our hands.

    Ending by a note on my beloved country: Rwanda
    The tragedy of Genocide we have undergone in the past, losing our beloved ones, should teach us: 1) Working for unity and strong unity that do not accept any discrimination and any violence. We suffered enough to learn a true meaning of “Never again”.
    2) Never invest in war rather invest in peace. I found ashamed to always hear a misleader venting himself always-on power to kill, intimidating even Rwandan citizens. This should stop. The end will be always bad because nothing good comes from worse.
    3) Stop killing people especially citizens and neighbors in DRC. We, Rwandans, should be advocates for peace because we know the cost of not having it. We should never be part of any violence because we know the destroying results from violence. Simply, we should be the first to teach the value of a human being because we have lived the worse. Please!!! Even your enemy still has the right to live. And they should never be enemies among citizens. It is only a matter of different understanding which is normal as long as people have heads that are more than one. Ideas should be as many as more than twelve million Rwandans. The role of a leader should be to bring those ideas together in a constructive manner and come up with a plan that will benefit all citizens. If this principle is applied, our beloved country will be stronger than ever!! If not, we are building on the sand and waiting for the wind to destroy.

    TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD A STRONG UNITY, towards A STRONG NATION in STRONG COUNTRY:RWANDA 

    #204249
    Rwanda

    Remember the Genocide Against the Hutu

    HUTU VICTIMS OF THE GENOCIDAL KILLINGS PERPETRATED BY THE INKOTANYI AT BIRIKO CAMP KILLINGS

    On 17 December 1996, the Tutsi killers of the Rwandan Patriotic Army under the command of Gen Paul Kagame, attacking from Ziralo (South Kivu), Bunyakiri (South Kivu) and Ngungu (North Kivu), encircled the makeshift camps at Biriko and massacred hundreds of Hutu refugees and Hutu Congolese civilians, including women and children.

    The Tutsi Genocidaires of RPF-Inkotanyi shot dead the Hutu victims dead or crushed their skulls with hoes.

    The Congolese people of Biriko buried the bodies of the Hutu victims in the village.

    Many bodies were also dumped in the Nyawaranga River.

    The victims were Rwandan Hutu refugees who could not reach the main road between Bukavu and Walikale before the Tutsi killers of RPF-Inkotanyi took control of the tarmac road between Hombo and Walikale.

    Knowing what had happened at the Hombo Bridge, these Hutu refugees had to turn back towards Masisi and the majority set up home temporarily in the village of Biriko in the Walowa-Luanda Groupement. (OHCHR, 2010)

    As reported by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, in the Report Of The Mapping Exercise Documenting the Most Serious Violations Of Human Rights And International Humanitarian Law Committed Within The Territory Of The Democratic Republic Of The Congo Between March 1993 And June 2003, these Rwandan Hutu refugees and Hutu Congolese civilians had arrived in Walikale territory in November 1996 via three different routes.

    One group, which came from Bukavu, reached Walikale territory via Bunyakiri. A second group, also from Bukavu, travelled through the Kahuzi-Biega forest via Nyabibwe. A final group, which had fled the camps of North Kivu, reached Walikale territory via southern Masisi territory and the towns of Busurungi and Biriko.

    Pursued by the Tutsi Genocidaires of RPF-Inkotanyi, the slowest Hutu refugees were indiscriminately attacked and massacred by those aforementioned Tutsi killers of RPF-Inkotanyi.

    #204299
    Rwanda

    uko uturere tw’u Rwanda twitwaga kera

    Dore uko uturere tw’u Rwanda twitwaga kera, n’aho duherereye mu turere tw’ubu:
    1.Ubwanacyambwe ni Nyarugenge, Kicukiro n’uduce tumwe twa Gasabo.
    2. Uburiza ni uduce tumwe twa Rulindo harimo za Mugambazi…
    3. Ubumbogo ni Gasabo y’icyaro n’uduce tummwe twa Rwamagana.
    4. Ubuganza ni Kayonza hafi ya yose, Igice kinini cya Rwamagana n’uduce twa Gicumbi nka Rutare…
    5. Igisaka ni Ngoma na Kirehe n’uduce tumwe turi kuri Rwamagana
    6. Indorwa ni Nyagatare na Gatsibo
    7. Umubali ni ibice bya Gatsibo na Kayonza biri muri parike y’Akagera.
    8. Urukiga ni Gicumbi n’uduce tumwe twa Gatsibo, Rulindo na Burera.
    9. Umurera ni Burera, Musanze na Gakenke (ariko aha harimo ibice bikomeye nk’Ubukonya, Ubugarura…)
    10. Ubushiru ni Nyabihu
    11. Ibigogwe ni Nyabihu
    12. Icyingogo ni muri Ngororero
    13. Ubugoyi ni Rubavu n’uduce tumwe twa Rutsiro
    14. Nyantago ni Ibice bimwe bya Karongi
    15. Ubwishaza ni Karongi.
    16. Ikinyaga ni Rusizi na Nyamasheke (hakabamo ibice byari bikomeye nk’Ubusozo n’Ubukunzi)
    17. Akanage ni Rutsiro
    18. Ubunyambiriri ni Nyamagabe
    19. Ubufundu ni Nyamagabe n’uduce tumwe twa Nyaruguru.
    20. Inyaruguru ho ni Nyaruguru yo hagati.
    21. Ubuyenzi ni Nyaruguru y’epfo muri za Nshili na Kivu.
    22. Mvejuru, Buhanga, Ndara ni Ibice bimwe bya Nyaruguru, Huye na Gisagara (around Nyakizu)
    23. Bwanamukari ni muri Huye na Gisagara
    24. Ubusanza ni mu duce tumwe twa Nyanza, Huye na Gisagara (za Rusatira, Rubona…)
    25. Induga ni Muhanga Ruhango na Nyanza ndetse na Kamonyi
    26. Amarangara ni ibice bimwe bya Muhanga na Ruhango nka Mukingi, Kanyarira
    27. Ndiza ni ibice bya Muhanga nka Nyabikenke n’uduce duke twa Kamonyi.
    28. Amayaga ni igice cya Kamonyi y’epfo, Muhanga, Ruhango, Nyanza na Gisagara (igice cyose gikora ku Kanyaru)
    29. Ubugesera ni akarera kose ka Bugesera. Murakoze!

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