The Unwanted True Story - The Uniqueness of President Paul KAGAME’s Leadership in the history of Rwanda since after the independence

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The book titled "The Unwanted True Story", presents firsthand information and testimonies of what Rwandans believe to be the true history of their country and the grave consequences of both Hamitic theory and the colonial ethnic ideology to the people of Rwanda. The author leaves no room for speculations or doubts about the remarkable contribution of the colonial rule to: the 1994 genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda, extreme poverty, instability and persistent conflicts that have ravaged the great lakes region. This book also helps the readers to have a better understanding of Rwanda's leadership before, during, and after the colonial rule and highlights the uniqueness of President Paul Kagame's leadership compared to his predecessors. Did you know that the 1994 genocide against Tutsi was carried out in broad daylight while the international community was just watching but did nothing to stop it? Are you aware that Paul KAGAME is the only President in Rwanda' history who-stopped the genocide, banned ethnic ideologies and death penalty, the issuance of ethnic identity cards and repatriated millions of Rwandans who had lived in exile for more than two decades? Did you also know that children of Major General NTAWUNGUKA Pacifique, a top commander of FDLR terrorist group in DRC forests, enjoy their freedom in Rwanda and full support from the government including scholarships, a service that the World models of human rights and democracy may not offer to the children of Osama bin Laden, Ayman Al-Zawahiri or any other top officials of Al-Qaida? These and much more previously concealed information are shared in this book.

About the Author: Mr. Emmanuel GASHEMA is a human rights activist with incredibly strong passion and dedication to speak up for the voiceless people, disadvantaged and marginalized communities across Africa. He grew up from a very humble background as a refugee child in Uganda where he spent almost his entire childhood suffering the negative consequences of the poor leadership in his home country. In his entire professional career, he has devoted most his time in advocating for an inclusive leadership where all citizens enjoy their rights on equal footing, live a dignified life without discrimination and fully participate in both political, social and national development programs without fear of persecution or torture.

  • Paperback: 170 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (April 2024)
  • Author: Emmanuel Gashema
  • ISBN-13: 9798892222624
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 Inches

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