Itangazo rireba abasomyi bikinyamakuru InyangeNews.com

Itangazo rireba abasomyi bikinyamakuru InyangeNews.com

  Abasomyi b’ubuhanuzi ku inyangeNews.com muramenyeshwa ko,Umuhanuzi Majeshi Leon Ainesha ahagaritse kuzajya abagezaho ubuhanuzi bwanditse,kumpamvu zitamuturutseho. More »

Umwakagara bamuciye igihanga byihuse cyane,ukwezi nako guhise guhunga gakondo ya bakiranutsi!

Umwakagara bamuciye igihanga byihuse cyane,ukwezi nako guhise guhunga gakondo ya bakiranutsi!

June 2, 2019 njyanwa mu iyerekwa mbona umugisha ulimo gutunganywa neza ngo woherezwe Umuhanuzi Majeshi Leon Ainesha uri mu butayu bugufiya mu gihugu cy’Ibabylon uko niko Uhoraho Uwiteka Nyiringabo abivuga. More »

Emancipation Of Women

Emancipation Of Women

  In the last week, we have witnessed a conversation about the place of women in our society that has done us an injustice. It all started with some remarks at the More »

uRwanda rwihanije Uganda,nkuwihaniza umuboye!!!

uRwanda rwihanije Uganda,nkuwihaniza umuboye!!!

U Rwanda rurasaba Uganda guhagarika mu maguru mashya imikoranire na RNC ya Kayumba Nyamwasa, amazi atararenga inkombe More »

 

Urupfu rw’Umwakagara rwihuse vuba cyane!!!

 

      Arapfuye 2019

Rwanda: Lt Joel Mutabazi Arasaba Gufungurwa by’Agateganyo


Uyu ni Lt. Joel Mutabazi

Urukiko rw’ubujurire mu Rwanda rwatangiye kumva urubanza ubushinjacyaha bwa gisirikare rukurikiranyemo Lt Joel Mutabazi na bagenzi be. Uyu musirikare wahoze mu barinda umukuru w’u Rwanda Paul Kagame mu byo aregwa harimo gushaka kwica perezida Kagame. Ibyaha byose arabihakana agasaba gufungurwa by’agateganyo kubera uburwayi.

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Igice cy’i (102) cy’ubuhanuzi

Umwakagara yohera imyuka mibi kumunyapolitike “Hon.Shima Diane Rwigara” ngo ahinduke umusazi

Igice cy’i (101) cy’ubuhanuzi

Surviving Okrika ban in Rwanda & the Ethiopian Teff war

In Rwanda, if your surname is not Rwigara, you could be pardoned for saying that Paul Kagame is a good man. According to the council for the promotion of endorsed ruiners, Kagame’s Rwanda is a success story. So successful that last year it welcomed 1.3 million visitors, one of the highest to any African country with each tourist paying roughly $1,300 to see the country’s tourist potentials. That desire to visit sustained 900,000 jobs.

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