Amategeko 10 y’UMUNEBWE
1. JYA UBERAHO KURURUHUKA.
2. NIHAGIRA UGUSANGA IWAWE ASHAKA KURUHUKA JYA UBIMUFASHAMO.
3. AKAZI NI IKINTU GITAGATIFU NUKO RERO JYA UCYUBAHA UKIGENDERA KURE.
4. NIWIYUMVAMO IMBARAGA ZO GUKORA IKINTU JYA UZIRWANYA WIVUYE KURE UBUNDI UTEGEREZE UREBE UKO BIRI BUZE KUGENDA.
5. NIBA UFITE IMIRIMO UKORANA N’ABANDI JYA UYIBAHARIRA NABO BARAYISHOBOYE.
6. KURUHUKA NTAWE BYISHE ARIKO BENSHI BAHURIYE N’IBYAGO MU KAZI.
7. AKAZI GATERA UBUZIMA BWIZA JYA UGAHARIRA ABARWAYI NIBO BABUKENEYE.
8. JYA URUHUKA KU MANYWA UBONE UKO USINZIRA NIJORO.
9. UBURIRI NI INGORO YAWE JYA UBUKUNDA.
10. NTUKAGIRE ICYO UKORA UYU MUNSI WASHOBORAGA KUZAGIKORA EJO.
HYPERLINK « http://firstname.lastname@example.org » t « _blank »email@example.com (lundi, 23 avril 2012 13:40)
muragaswera ba nyoko ntabindi.
5245 (samedi, 21 avril 2012 13:34)
IYI WEBSITE YANYU AYA MATEGEKO MURAYAKURIKIZA NI MUJYE MUYAMAMAZA.
Solomon (samedi, 21 avril 2012 12:51)
First of all I want congratulate all Rwandans and non-Rwandans who have dedicated their efforts to expose the truth about the real satanic government that is leading Rwanda to hell.
Keep up the good job guys, I tell u the truth I can already smell freedom, I can see it just around the corner. Here in Rwanda also we are ready and vigilant, no matter what happens some of us will die but the fight for freedom must prevail.
A small story:
Up until 1976, Solomon Mahlangu was a student, living under the Apartheid regime in South Africa. On June 16 the school-children of Soweto, protesting the introduction of Afrikaans as the medium of instruction in their schools, took to the streets in a massive, peaceful demonstration. Police reaction to the demonstration was brutal as they shot at the unarmed students. That day at least 25 people were killed. Twelve year old Hector Peterson was the first to fall.
The violence precipitated a spontaneous uprising led by the students that spread rapidly to all parts of the country. By the end of the year « an official (and doubtless underestimated) figure was given of 575 dead and 2, 389 wounded in the conflict. » (Worden, 1994. p.119.) A wave of detentions and bannings were used by the state in an attempt to crush the revolt. 21, 000 people were prosecuted for offenses related to the uprising. (Marx, 1990. p. 68.)
Thousands left the country in the face of this repression. They left to carry on the struggle from outside the country.
Nineteen year-old Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu was among them. He left his home in the night, not telling even his mother where he was going or if he would ever return.
Determined to fight for change, he sought training as a soldier. A year later, he returned home as a cadre of the the armed wing of the African National Congress (ANC), Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), the Spear of the Nation.
Solomon returned to South Africa in 1977, on a mission to join student protests commemorating the Soweto massacre. He never made it to the protests. He and his team, Monty Motloung and George « Lucky » Mahlangu were accosted by police in Johannesburg, and in the gunfight that followed, two white civilians were killed.
George Mahlangu escaped. Solomon and Monty Motloung were captured. Monty was so brutally beaten during the course of his capture that he suffered severe brain damage leaving him unfit to stand trial. Solomon had not fired a shot, but was left to face the murder charges alone. The trial was started without his lawyers` knowledge (SECHABA, 1979), and it was inevitable that he was found guilty of murder.
On March 2, 1977, Solomon was sentenced to death by hanging. When he heard his sentence, he shouted « Amandla! » – Power! Indeed, his cause wielded power. For two years the international democratic community campaigned against his execution and called for the recognition of all South African freedom fighters as prisoners of war. But, despite international pressure, the Apartheid government was not swayed. On April 6, 1979, 23 year old Solomon Mahlangu faced the gallows, raised his hand in the ANC salute, and met his death at the hands of a racist regime.
His final words are reputed to have been:
« My blood will nourish the tree that will bear the fruits of freedom.
Tell my people that I love them. They must continue the fight. »
MWIJIJISHA MWA BAPADIRI MWE! (vendredi, 20 avril 2012 18:44)
Kumara gutwika, ubundi mukazana umuziki na Yezu!
Ntawe murusha rwose ubwenge, nimusigeho, kuko bidasibanganya inyandiko zanyu ziroga mumaze iminsi mududubiza kuri runo rubuga rwanyu.
Ntawe uyobewe ko mwiyeguriye inyungu za Yuda TWAGIRAMUNGU, umukuru w’agatsiko k’Abahutu b’Abashi. Mwarangiza, mugasubira mu mvugo ye ahoza mu kanwa (kabi) nka Gasuku, ngo yarambiwe « agatsiko k’Abatutsi b’Abasajya »…
Niko ye: « agatsiko k’Abahutu b’Abashi » gafite ikihe gikundiro kiruta icy' »agatsiko k’Abatutsi b’Abasajya »?
Iyo ngambanyi TWAGIRAMUNGU yabashumurije RNC na FDU, namwe mujya na rwo, ngo mugiye kuzirambika hasi, hime YUDA wanyu. Urugamba mwashoje nimurwirengere, ngira ngo biragenda bigaragara ko abo mwikorereje babarusha kurwana.
Nyuma yo kubanogereza ku rubuga rwanyu, hazakurikiraho indi ntera.
Muri inkubisi, nimukenyere abatarukire mu menyo.
Yezakuzwe (vendredi, 20 avril 2012 15:16)
Ariko nta muntu ubana nabi nka Mugenzi Ali Yusufu wa BBC! Rwose kubona atajya atugezaho amakuru ya ba bahungu bajyaba batubwira uko ibintu biteye mu nzego za Police na RDF? Abahoze ari abavugizi ba Police (mbere ya Badege), na RDF mbere y’uyu uriho bagizwe iki?
Ngaho le prophete ruta Gahuza maze utugezeho amakuru yabo.