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Jeudi 10 juillet 2014 4 10 /07 /Juil /2014 06:14

Le Vif

Source: Belga 
mercredi 09 juillet 2014

L'informateur royal Charles Michel a poursuivi mercredi un "travail intense" fait de nombreux contacts informels politiques et socio-économiques dans la plus grande discrétion, en vue de préparer le rapport qu'il fera lundi prochain au roi, après deux bonnes semaines de mission, a indiqué son entourage.

Charles Michel et Bruno Tobback. © BELGA

Mais la confiance entre interlocuteurs politiques, mise à mal par des déclarations parfois rudes durant la campagne électorale et même après les élections du 25 mai, semble être revenue. 

"Tout le monde se parle cordialement", a affirmé mercredi un des protagonistes des discussions en cours, sous le couvert de l'anonymat.

"Le rétablissement de la confiance, c'est fait", a-t-il ajouté. 
M. Michel, qui est également président du MR, a été chargé le 27 juin par le roi Philippe d'examiner les "formules possibles en vue de former un gouvernement" fédéral, deux jours après que l'ex-informateur Bart De Wever eut échoué à jeter les bases d'une majorité de centre-droit (N-VA, MR, CD&V, cdH) et essuyé un refus de la part des humanistes francophones.

La mission de l'informateur avait été prolongée le 4 juillet de dix jours et le souverain l'avait invité à lui faire rapport le lundi 14 juillet. 
M. Michel a choisi de travailler dans la discrétion absolue.

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Mercredi 28 mai 2014 3 28 /05 /Mai /2014 00:48
Dore abo bayobozi n'imyanya batsindiye:

1. Umuhuzabikorwa Mukuru

Dr Theogene Rudasingwa

2. Umuhuzabikorwa mukuru wungirije wa mbere

Jerome Nayigiziki

3. Umuhuzabikorwa mukuru wungirije wa kabiri

Gervais Condo

4. Umunyamabanga mukuru

Emmanuel Hakizimana

5. Umubitsi mukuru.

Corneille Minani


AMATSINDA

1. Itsinda ry’abategarugori

Christine Mukama

2. Itsinda ry’urubyiruko

Faustin M Rukundo,

3. Itsinda ry’uburenganzira bw’ikiremwa muntu n’ibibazo by’impunzi

Frank Ntwali

4. Itsinda ry’ububanyi n’amahanga, n’ubufatanye n’andi mashyirahamwe

Jean Marie Micombero

5. Itsinda ry’ubushakashatsi n’igenamigambi

Abdulkarim Ali

6. Itsinda ry’umutungo

Providence Rubungisa

7. Itsinda ry’itangazamakuru n’itumanaho

Jean Paul Turayishimiye

8. Itsinda ry’ubukangurambaga

Jonathan Musonera

9. Itsinda ry’ubukungu, ibidukikije n’imibereho myiza y’abatugage

Edouard Kabagema

10. Itsinda ry’uburezi n’umuco
Benjamin Rutabana.

http://www.inyenyerinews.org/democracy-freedoms/ihuriro-nyarwanda-rnc-batoye-abayobozi-bashya/
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Jeudi 7 novembre 2013 4 07 /11 /Nov /2013 04:06

(CNN) -- Throughout Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio's campaign for New York's top political act, his backup band seemed to overshadow the headliner.

His son Dante, a sophomore at a public high school in Brooklyn, appeared prominently in campaign ads, his soaring Afro a topic of conversation in political circles. Daughter Chiara, a college freshman, out-danced the rest of the telegenic family at the West Indian Day Parade with a move they called "The Smackdown."

Watch the de Blasios dance "The Smackdown"

A virtual unknown nationally despite 25 years in New York politics, de Blasio defied critics who questioned whether his experience as a city councilman from Brooklyn and, most recently, as public advocate -- a sort of civic watchdog -- sufficiently prepared him to run the Big Apple. He also ran Hillary Clinton's first U.S. Senate campaign.

But his biracial family's increasing visibility resonated with residents of a city coping with a 21% poverty rate and increasing racial divisiveness brought on by the controversial "stop-and-frisk" policy allowing police to search people in high-crime areas.

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Photos: New York City's first family

 

"His family, just because of the racial mix, represents a big and increasingly large part of the city and speaks to certain sensibilities," said Harold Ickes, a veteran Democratic Party operative who advised the campaign and has known de Blasio for two decades. "The family is very important to Bill... From the outside, this family represents a part of the city not represented in city government."

The de Blasio clan was featured prominently in commercials and campaign events. Dante, 15, appeared in his own ad over the summer that highlighted his father's stance against "stop-and-frisk." Dante and his hair immediately became a social media sensation -- and de Blasio began to surge in the polls.

In addition, Chirlane McCray, a political activist who once identified herself as lesbian before marrying de Blasio, emerged as a top campaign strategist.

5 things to know about New York's new mayor

DeBlasio, 52, portrayed himself as the "unapologetically progressive alternative to the Bloomberg era," saying that the current mayor's polices favor the rich. He repeatedly used the Dickensian phrase "a tale of two cities" to describe New York City under billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

The wealth inequality message appeared to have struck home with minority and low-income voters on Tuesday, giving de Blasio an advantage over Republican candidate Joe Lhota among black and Latino voters compared to white voters.

"The city is much more racially mixed than when Bloomberg took office," Ickes said. "A lot of people having a hard time economically are black, Hispanic and Asian and Bill spoke elegantly to that."

De Blasio's critics accused him of dividing the city along economic and racial lines, and credited "stop-and-frisk" with a sharp crime reduction during Bloomberg's tenure.

Appearing on CNN's The Lead with Jake Tapper on Wednesday, Bloomberg said he had a meeting with de Blasio and vowed to help with the transition.

"Keep in mind, I have a big vested interest in making Bill de Blasio an even better mayor than I was," Bloomberg said. "We built a lot. We've given them a lot to work with... But the bottom line is, I'm going to live in New York City and I want Bill de Blasio's administration to be successful and our administration to do everything to transfer everything we've been doing over."

De Blasio, who has a bachelor's degree from New York University and a master's in international and public affairs from Columbia University, met McCray while working in the administration of David Dinkins, the city's first black mayor.

When de Blasio delivered his acceptance speech late on Election Day, he was surrounded, like most of the campaign, by his family.

The strapping politician, the first Democratic mayor in the largely-Democratic city in two decades, hugged son and daughter and planted a firm kiss on the lips of his wife before going on to thank the many people behind his triumph.

"The people I'm most grateful to and most grateful for are standing next to me," he said amid cheers and applause. "My partner in life, my best friend in the world: she is brilliant and every bit as compassionate as she is tough, the love of my life Chirlane McCray."

He added, "Of everything I have to feel fortunate about, I am most lucky, most blessed to be the father of two extraordinary children: Chiara and Dante. They make me proud every single day. And, my fellow New Yorkers, they are very stylish."

De Blasio greeted his supporters in both Spanish and Italian. McCray introduced him: "From our family to your family, I give you the next mayor of New York City."

 

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Mardi 5 novembre 2013 2 05 /11 /Nov /2013 02:20
Vital Kamerhe est arrivé troisième à la dernière élection présidentielle de novembre 2011.
31/10/2013 RDC / ENTRETIEN

Vital Kamerhe : «Je voudrais dire au président Kabila qu’il n’est jamais trop tard pour bien faire»

Au Congo Kinshasa, le président Joseph Kabila a le vent en poupe. Ce mercredi 30 octobre, dans l'est du pays, son armée s'est emparée de la dernière place forte des rebelles du M23. Par ailleurs, le 23 octobre, dans un discours à la nation, il a tendu la main à l'opposition politique. Comment celle-ci réagit-elle ?

Le classement «Doing Business» 2014
30/10/2013 AFRIQUE ÉCONOMIE

Le classement «Doing Business» 2014

Le rapport Doing Business pour 2014 a été publié mardi 29 octobre par la Banque mondiale. Ce classement recense une dizaine de critères pour évaluer si les pays facilitent ou non la vie des affaires.

Couverture de «Doing Business 2014».
29/10/2013 BUSINESS / BANQUE MONDIALE/ RAPPORT

Environnement des affaires en Afrique: la Banque mondiale optimiste

Un vent de réformes souffle sur la réglementation du «business» dans le monde entier, si l’on en croit la dernière édition du rapport de la Banque mondiale sur le climat des affaires qui vient de paraître. Ce vent balaie aussi les pays de l’Afrique subsaharienne.

Russell Feingold, envoyé spécial américain pour la région des Grands Lacs
29/10/2013 INVITÉ AFRIQUE

Russell Feingold, envoyé spécial américain pour la région des Grands Lacs

« J'ai rencontré le président Kabila avant les derniers combats, juste avant les combats, et il n’a pas nié qu’il allait peut-être décider de la nécessité d’une initiative militaire, mais il ne m’a pas donné l’impression d’un homme qui n’était motivé que par la solution ...

Russell Feingold, envoyé spécial américain pour la région des Grands Lacs.

29/10/2013 RDC / RWANDA / ETATS-UNIS

Russell Feingold: «Un effort militaire plus poussé en RDC risque de mettre en péril les pourparlers de Kampala»

« Le président Kabila a remporté plusieurs succès militaires ces derniers jours, mais je l'encourage à faire preuve de retenue », déclare sur RFI l'envoyé spécial américain pour la région des Grands Lacs. Cette région, Russell Feingold la connaît bien.

A la Une: sérieux revers pour le M23
28/10/2013 REVUE DE PRESSE AFRIQUE

A la Une: sérieux revers pour le M23

Deux casques bleus tanzaniens patrouillent à l'extérieur de Goma, le 6 octobre 2013. L'un des leurs est tombé au combat dimanche 27 octobre.
27/10/2013 RDC

Combats dans l'est de la RDC: l'armée congolaise investit plusieurs places fortes du M23

Le M23 a de nouveau reculé ce dimanche 27 octobre au troisième jour des combats avec les forces congolaises (FARDC). Après avoir repris la localité de Kibumba aux rebelles, l'armée congolaise a pris aujourd'hui Kiwanja puis Rutshuru avec l’aide de la Monusco. Un casque bleu tanzanien est mort au cours de l’opération.

Clavel Kayitare a perdu toute sa famille dans le génocide rwandais de 1994.

27/10/2013 RWANDA/FRANCE

Rwanda : un présumé génocidaire devant la justice française

Un nouveau Rwandais a été mis en examen le jeudi 24 octobre par la justice française. Venuste Nyombayire est soupçonné d'être coupable de massacres pendant le génocide, en 1994, notamment dans un orphelinat qu'il dirigeait.

2 - Rwanda : la guerre en chantant
26/10/2013 LA MARCHE DU MONDE

2 - Rwanda : la guerre en chantant

La Marche du monde est à Kigali au Rwanda, dont l’histoire est tout entière contenue dans l’art du chant.

1 - Rwanda : la guerre en chantant
26/10/2013 LA MARCHE DU MONDE

1 - Rwanda : la guerre en chantant

La Marche du monde est à Kigali au Rwanda, dont l’histoire est tout entière contenue dans l’art du chant.

Un rebelle du M23 près de Mabenga, en juillet 2012.
26/10/2013 RDC

RDC: pas d’accalmie dans les combats entre l’armée et le M23

Les combats ont repris de plus belle, ce samedi 26 octobre, dans le Nord-Kivu, dans l'est du Congo-Kinshasa, après un vendredi déjà marqué par des affrontements. Ce soir, un officier de l’armée congolaise a affirmé que les FARDC ont pris le contrôle de la localité de Kibumba, près de Goma.

Des combattants du M23, le 3 août dernier, près de Rushuru, dans l’est de la RDC.
25/10/2013 RDC

RDC : les affrontements entre l'armée et le M23 continuent

Les forces gouvernementales et les rebelles du M23 s'affrontent dans l'est de la République démocratique du Congo. Les échanges de tirs ont commencé ce vendredi 25 octobre au matin. Les deux camps s'accusent mutuellement d'avoir déclenché les hostilités. Certains Congolais ont commencé à fuir vers le Rwanda voisin.

Des soldats tanzaniens de la Mission des Nations unies pour la RDC (Monusco), le 6 octobre 2013, à proximité de Goma.
25/10/2013 RDC

RDC: affrontements entre l’armée et le M23 dans le Nord-Kivu

Des combats opposent, ce vendredi 25 octobre, les forces gouvernementales aux rebelles du M23 dans l'est de la République démocratique du Congo. Les échanges de tirs ont commencé vers 4 heures du matin, à Kanyamahoro, dans la région du Nord-Kivu. Les deux camps s'accusent mutuellement d'avoir déclenché les hostilités.

Le chef de la Monusco, Martin Kobler, accuse les rebelles du M23 de faire traîner les pourparlers.
22/10/2013 RDC / ONU

RDC: l'ONU pointe du doigt le M23 dans le blocage des négociations de Kampala

L’ONU met en garde contre une offensive du M23 dans l’est du Congo après l’échec des pourparlers de Kampala. Les représentants de l’ONU dans la région ont fait part au Conseil de sécurité d’un renforcement militaire du côté du M23 comme des forces armées congolaises autour de la ville de Goma.

Réfugiés des Grands Lacs en Ethiopie : questions d’identité(s)
19/10/2013 MÉMOIRE D'UN CONTINENT

Réfugiés des Grands Lacs en Ethiopie : questions d’identité(s)

Nourrie par l’anthropologie, une étude de la condition de réfugiés et de candidats au statut de réfugiés donne de ces femmes et ces hommes obligés de s’arracher à leur terre une image nouvelle. On est d’abord confronté à leurs relations complexes et souvent difficiles avec les services du H.C.R (Haut-Commissariat aux Réfugiés) et avec les nombreuses ONG humanitaires soucieuses de leur sort. On découvre ensuite l’exceptionnel dynamisme social que déploient ces exilés burundais, congolais et rwandais à surmonter les multiples obstacles institutionnels pour sortir du « camp » et vivre enfin « à la ville ».

Le général rwandais en exil Kayumba Nyamwasa lors d'une audience au tribunal de Johannesburg, le 21 juin 2012
19/10/2013 RWANDA / AFRIQUE DU SUD

Afrique du Sud: le cas épineux du Rwandais Kayumba Nyamwasa

Comme le révélait ce vendredi 18 octobre RFI, depuis un an et demi, la justice française demande en vain à l’Afrique du Sud l’autorisation d’interroger le général rwandais en exil Kayumba Nyamwasa dans le cadre de l’enquête sur l’attentat contre l’avion de l'ancien président rwandais Juvenal Habyarimana.

Rena Abandi, négociateur pour le M23, lors d'une conférence de presse à Kampala, le 15 octobre 2013.
19/10/2013 RDC

RDC: accélération des négociations à Kampala

Un voyage vers Kigali, des réunions à huis clos toute la journée. Le rythme semble s’être accéléré ces dernières heures à Kampala. Depuis deux jours, la pression internationale se fait de plus en plus forte pour aboutir à une signature entre le M23 et les autorités congolaises.

 

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Vendredi 13 septembre 2013 5 13 /09 /Sep /2013 17:57
At the first meeting of the Regional Oversight Mechanism of the Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework for DR Congo and the Region on May 26, 2013, Tanzania’s President Jakaya Kikwete volunteered advice to the three governments with rebel groups operating inside the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Kagame-na-Kikwete
he told Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo to engage their respective insurgents in talks in order to resolve the region’s long-running armed conflicts.
No one seems to have paid attention to whatever the Kabila government said in response.
President Museveni of Uganda is reported to have expressed willingness to talk.
Rwanda, however, reacted angrily to what were termed “shocking” and “aberrant” remarks and reiterated its policy ruling out talks with the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR).
The FDLR is the current incarnation of several rebel groups formed over the years by people accused of planning and executing the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.
A “concerned citizen” writing on an official Government of Tanzania blog decried Rwanda’s “over-reaction” and called its leadership “delusional”.
Since then, Rwandans and Tanzanians have laboured to outdo each other in condemning each other’s governments while defending their own on social media. Meanwhile after the initial firestorm officials on both sides have tried to downplay the row, at least in public.
Like many Tanzanians, some of whom have been influenced by their government’s pronouncements on the matter, some commentators believe that President Kikwete gave his advice in good faith.
Like their “concerned” compatriot, Tanzanians I have spoken to believe that in its response the Rwandan government was unreasonable and demeaning of their president.
Acknowledge Rwanda’s efforts

However, ordinary Rwandans and government officials alike insist that President Kikwete ought to have known better. One official elaborated: “we are rebuilding this country on the bodies of hundreds of thousands of people killed by members of that group.
“Kikwete should have acknowledged the efforts we have made to resolve that problem. Over the years tens of thousands of ex-combatants who once belonged to the FDLR have been persuaded to return and are contributing to nation building.
“Some are in the army, including in very senior positions. It is the hardliners who committed genocide here and would like to come back and continue killing that refuse to return. No one should ask us to negotiate with them.”
 
According to media reports and some ‘experts’ on the region, problems between the two countries “started” with President Kikwete’s statement in Addis Ababa.
Informed sources in both countries contest those claims. The standoff, they maintain, stems from things that have remained largely unsaid, at least in public.
Sources in Kigali accuse some Tanzanian officials in high places of conduct that is prejudicial to Rwanda’s security. This, they maintain, is the background to Rwanda’s furious response to President Kikwete’s statement.
At the centre of the accusations are two groups: the FDLR, and the Rwanda National Congress of former Rwandan military officers now in exile, General Kayumba Nyamwasa, Colonel Patrick Karegeya and Major Theogene Rudasingwa.
In reports that give pause for thought, given that the three dissidents are ethnic Tutsis and therefore part of the community the FDLR is sworn to want to exterminate, the FDLR and the RNC are said to have long been engaged in efforts to join forces in pursuit of a common objective: the overthrow of the current government of Rwanda.
One may ask what this has to do with Tanzania or Tanzanian officials. Here the plot really thickens. According to intelligence sources, RNC officials have been regular visitors to Dar es Salaam, while UN sources point to at least one RNC official visiting the DRC to confer with the FDLR leadership.
Further, according to the same sources, FDLR operatives have long frequented areas of Tanzania bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo, which they apparently use for smuggling weapons.
The Tanzanian border town of Kigoma is said to be a favourite haunt of theirs. Efforts to establish whether officials on both sides have discussed these claims were unsuccessful.
It is entirely possible that, given the porous nature of African borders, the FDLR sneak in and out of Tanzania without the knowledge of Tanzanian officials.
They could even be crossing into the country as bona fide travellers using whatever passports they carry. Be that as it may, relatively recent developments have raised the level of suspicion in Kigali.

Operations against M23

In early April this year, way before President Kikwete volunteered his advice, media reports started circulating that a top FDLR commander, General Stanislas Nizeyimana, also known as Bigaruka Izabayo, had disappeared while in Tanzania where he had been invited by the Tanzanian military, by then preparing to deploy troops in eastern DRC as part of the UN’s Force Intervention Brigade, alongside contingents from Malawi and South Africa.
Apparently, General Nizeyimana and Tanzania were discussing how the Brigade could conduct operations against M23, the rebel group fighting the DRC government in Kivu Province allegedly with Rwanda’s support, while avoiding confrontation with FDLR.
According to the reports, after several weeks in Tanzania, General Bigaruka disappeared in Kigoma as he returned to the DRC. Some media sources have credited Rwanda’s military intelligence with waylaying and abducting him.
Rwandan officials would neither deny nor confirm the reports. However, one who agreed to speak maintained that Bigaruka’s whereabouts were “irrelevant”, preferring instead to ask what Bigaruka was doing in Tanzania in meetings with officials of the Tanzanian government and military.
Tanzanian sources have confirmed that Bigaruka was indeed in Tanzania, with one saying he could still be there, “as a resource person for the army given his knowledge of the Kivus”. Wherever he is, however, if true, this saga would have been a factor in Kigali’s irritation at Kikwete’s advice.
Adding to Rwanda’s suspicion of Tanzania’s intentions is an interview Bernard Membe, the country’s foreign minister, gave to the Pan-African magazine,Jeune Afrique, while visiting France, way back in November 2012, when preparations to deploy the UN’s Force Intervention Brigade were already underway.
Although he spoke of the need for the FIB to be neutral, he also insisted on the imperative to recapture the territory “occupied illegally” by M23.
A Rwandan official noted: “Membe said absolutely nothing about the FDLR which for over ten years has been committing war crimes in the DRC and has been declared a terrorist organisation by the UN”.
As if to confirm that Tanzania is pre-occupied by M23 and not the FDLR, which the FIB is supposed to disarm, Assah Mwambene, the spokesman for the Tanzanian government, recently told the BBC: “we are determined to eliminate M23”.
He said nothing about what was in store for the FDLR, which Rwandan officials maintain has deployed troops within units of the DRC army with the knowledge of MONUSCO under whose auspices the Force Intervention Brigade operates.
With all this in the background, it is hardly surprising that when the Tanzanian government started expelling illegal aliens, the majority of whom are said to be Rwandans or of Rwandan origin, Kigali smelt a hidden agenda.
The Tanzanian government has emphasised, rightly so, that ejecting illegal immigrants is within the rights of any sovereign state. The timing, however, lends itself to a diversity of interpretations.
It remains to be seen whether President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda who has been asked by Tanzania to mediate will defuse the row whose causes go deeper than many have hitherto assumed.
(Frederick Golooba-Mutebi is a Kampala- and Kigali-based researcher and writer on politics and public affairs. E-mail: fgmutebi@yahoo.com)
 
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Mardi 12 mars 2013 2 12 /03 /Mars /2013 06:52

Kanda kw'ifoto ikulikira urebe video y'ikiganiro cya Padri Thomas Nahimana, Umunyamabanga mukuru w'ishyaka ISHEMA RY'U RWANDA

 

 
Tariki ya 28 mutarama muri uyu mwaka w'2013, Padiri Thomas na bagenzi be bashinze ishyaka ISHEMA abereye umunyamabanga mukuru n'umuvugizi, ishyaka ritavuga rumwe n'ubutegetsi bwa FPR buri mu Rwanda.
Uyu Padiri Thomas azi neza ubutegetsi bwa FPR avuga ko bubereyeho gusa kunyunyuza imitsi y'abaturage, kuko kuva yahabwa ubupadiri muw'1999, yashinzwe kuyobora Komisiyo ya Diyosezi y'Ubutabera n'Amahoro kugeza mu mwaka w'2005. Ni umwe mu bakurikiraniye hafi ibyerekeye ishyirwaho ry'Inkiko Gacaca n'imikorere yazo, iyandikwa ry'Itegeko Nshinga ryo muw'i 2003, yabaye ndetse n'indorerezi mu matora ya Perezida wa repubulika n'abadepite yo muri 2003.
Abbé Thomas Padiri Thomas arasobanura imigabo n'imigambi y'ishyaka ishema mu gukiza u Rwanda icyo yita ingoma y'Agatsiko-Sajya. Ariko kuba ari Padiri, twabanje kumubaza icyo atekereza kuri kiliziya gatolika muri iki gihe umushumba wayo mukuru yeguye.
Naho ku buryo abanyarwanda bakwipakurura ingoma ya Kagame , kuri Padiri Thomas n'ishyaka Ishema, ngo buri muturage yunvise ko agomba kwanga agasuzuguro n'ikinyoma, Kagame n'agatsiko ke ntibatera kabiri.
Padiri Tomas asanga Kagame ariko ngo agifite amadilishya abiri yagombye gufungura kugirango arinde u Rwanda akaga: rimwe ni inzira y'ibiganiro byahuza abanyarwanda, irindi ngo ni ukurekura infungwa zose uhereye ku banyapolitiki Mme Ingabire Vigitoriya, Déogratias Mushayidi, Bernard Ntaganda n'abandi bose bazizwa kutavuga rumwe na Kagame na FPR ye.
Padiri Thomas Nahimana yavukiye mu Bugarama i Cyangugu, mu 1971. Yahawe ubupadiri mu w'1999 arangije mu iseminali nkuru y'i Nyakibanda. Yakoze ubutumwa muri Paruwasi ya Nyamasheke, Hanika na Muyange ho muri Cyangugu ,aba n'umurezi mw'iSeminari nto ya Cyangugu.
Mu w'2005, Padiri tomasi yagiye gukomereza amashuli mu Bufaransa.Ubu akaba afite Impamyabushobozi ihanitse (licence) mu by'amategeko ( droit) na philosofia.

Ikondera, 08 mars 2013

 
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