... returned to Rwanda." ... Cassien Ntamuhanga, former director of Rwanda's Amazing Grace radio station, was sentenced in 2015 to 25 years in prison for "forming a criminal group," "conspiring against the government or the president of the Republic" and "conspiracy to commit murder.".
Ntamuhanga, Mihigo, a singer and activist, and Gérard Niyomugabo, who hosted radio discussions with Ntamuhanga about ethnic reconciliation in Rwanda, were arrested in 2014 after Mihigo released a song that expressed compassion not only for victims of the 1994 genocide, but for ...
Cassien Ntamuhanga, a radio journalist in Rwanda who was jailed after being convicted of conspiring against the government, escaped from prison in Rwanda in 2018 and sought asylum in Mozambique... In October 2012, Theogene Turatsinze, former director of the Development Bank of Rwanda, was found dead there, and his death has not yet been solved.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, UNICEF has supported the Government of Rwanda to develop and broadcast radio episodes on early stimulation and learning for children ...Currently, UNICEF in partnership with NCDA is also implementing the “Caring for Caregivers” package, a global tool being piloted in different countries, including Rwanda.
“In Rwanda, a radio station became a catalyst for fueling the genocidal atrocities in which eight hundred thousand (800,000) people were, tragically, slaughtered ... “As was proven in Rwanda, all it takes is for a radio station to broadcast a few provocative and ethnocentric catch-phrases to alter completely the course of a nation’s history,” he noted.
PresidentNana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged journalists to ensure that they do not sacrifice integrity and the future of society on the altar of an instant scoop or ill-considered publication ... President Akufo-Addo gave the example of how a radio station in Rwanda fomented trouble and sustained it, leading to the killing of over 800,000 Rwandans.
“In Rwanda, a radio station became a catalyst for fuelling the genocidal atrocities in which eight hundred thousand (800,000) people were, tragically, slaughtered ... “As was proven in Rwanda, all it takes is for a radio station to broadcast a few provocative and ethnocentric ...
On March 24, 2021, Radio Publique Africaine (RPA), Radio-Télévision Renaissance, and Radio Inzamba, three independent Burundian media outlets that have been operating out of Kigali, Rwanda, since their leaders and many of their journalists were forced into exile, suspended their broadcasts.
Armed men in police uniforms threw a grenade in Radio Bonesha’s office and destroyed its broadcasting equipment. The pro-ruling party Radio Rema FM is also attacked ...Intelligence agents interrogate Joseph Nsabiyabandi, the then-editor-in-chief of Radio Isanganiro, about his alleged collaboration with Burundian radios operating in exile in Rwanda.
Le 24 mars 2021, Radio Publique Africaine (RPA), Radio-Télévision Renaissance et Radio Inzamba, trois médias burundais ... RPA et Radio Inzamba ont repris leurs activités en avril, après que leurs directeurs ont quitté le Rwanda.
Rwandan officials said more than 3,500 Congolese people had sought refuge across the border in Rwanda. "Panic spread as we were in contact with the residents of the north of the city who from their roofs could see the path of the lava as it made its way to the airport," said Patient Iraguha, a resident of Rwanda who works in Goma.
...Sunday morning while some are still in Rwanda, a Rwandan official said. Their return was after they saw the flow of molten lava have lost intensity, said Gilbert Habyarimana, mayor of Rwanda's Rubavu district, on local radio.
Earlier on Saturday, local media reported that the Nyiragongo volcano, located not far from the DR Congo's border with Rwanda, had started to erupt ... MeanwhileRadio Rwanda reports that around 3,000 residents of the Congolese city of Goma have arrived in Rwanda, escaping the volcano eruption.
North Kivu , May 23 (ANI/Sputnik) ... North Kivu Governor, Lt. Gen ... Earlier on Saturday, local media reported that the Nyiragongo volcano, located not far from DR Congo's border with Rwanda, had started to erupt ... Radio Rwanda reported that around 3,000 residents of Goma have already arrived in the neighboring Rwanda, escaping the volcano eruption.