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JesGruner, Directeur du Parc National d’Akagera

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Les animaux hors de la clôturedu Park de l’Akageraest une menace pour la population

Posted on 25 July 2015 by peter

Les animaux hors de la clôture du parc Akagera, est un danger pour la population

La population avoisinante du Parc National d’Akagera s’inquiète de leur sécurité suite aux animaux qui sont encore hors de la clôture de ce parc. C’est une menace pour leur sécurité et celle de leurs cultures dans les champs.Parmi les animaux qui sont restés hors de la clôture figurent les phacochères, les antilopes, les babouins, les buffles, les hippopotames, etc.

Ça fait deux ans quele Rwanda via RDB a lancé un projet de construction d’une clôture électrifiée autour du Parc National de l’Akagera pour empêcher les animaux sauvages d’aller dans la population avoisinante. Mais certains animaux sont restés à l’extérieur de cette clôture et  menacent toujours la sécurité de cette population.

Les habitants du Secteur de Gahini se lamentent que «  les animaux sauvages du parc dévorent le petit bétail et détruisent les champs ».  Cette population a sollicité les autorités chargées de la gestion du parcde trouver la solution à ce problème.

JesGruner, Directeur du Parc National d’Akagera

JesGruner, Directeur du Parc National d’Akagera

JesGruner, Directeur du Parc National d’Akagera, a fait savoir qu’ils ont l’obligation d’assurer seulement la gestion des animaux qui sont à l’intérieur de la clôture. Cependant il invite la population à adopter la culture de rentrer tôtpour éviter de rencontrer ces animaux pendant la nuit.

« La mort est quelque chose de très regrettable, raison pour laquelle nous sensibilisons la population de rentrer tôt pour ne pas croiser ces animaux sauvages pendant la nuit », a suggéré JesGruner.

Odette Uwamariya, Gouverneur de la Province de l’Est, affirme queles animaux qui sont à l’extérieur de la clôture du parc représentent un défi pour la population maischaque année ils effectuent une opération pour chercher les animaux et les faire ramener à l’intérieur de la clôture.

Malgré les efforts du gouvernement de protéger la population mais, ils sont conscients queles accidents sont inévitables, d’où la mise en place des fonds destinés indemniser les victimes des dégâts causés par les animaux des parcs nationaux.

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Canopy Walk in Rwanda’s Nyungwe Forest. The country received 1.2 million visitors last year

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Rwanda expects over $76m as tourism Sector Booms

Posted on 09 July 2015 by peter

Amb. Yamina Karitanyi, head of tourism at RDB (middle) says Rwanda will boost its economy through mega events expected next year.

Amb. Yamina Karitanyi, head of tourism at RDB (middle) says Rwanda will boost its economy through mega events expected next year.

Rwanda will generate Rwf54.7 billion ($76 million) from conferences scheduled for next year, the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) says.

The country earned $303 million from tourism revenues from 1.2 million visitors last year, contributing 3% to the country’s GDP.

Out of this, meetings, conferences and events (MICE) fetched over $50 million, Amb. Yamina Karitanyi, head of Tourism Department at RDB told KT Press.

Amb. Karitanyi told journalists that Rwanda will host the upcoming Africa Hotel Investment Forum scheduled for Kigali city in September next year; “Hosting AHIF will position Rwanda as a leading conference destination in the region.”

The forum is expected to bring together 600 delegates from across the world, with a focus on exploiting Rwanda’s growing tourism sector.

“We see AHIF as an excellent platform to meet many of the most important decision makers and investors who have the power to influence the hospitality industry in Africa,” Amb. Karitanyi told KT Press.

Meanwhile, Frank Murangwa who heads MICE, says that other big events to bring up next year’s revenue targets will include; the World Economic Forum on Africa, Interpol Conference as well as African Union Summit.

Murangwa told KT Press that infrastructure has been prioritised for successive upcoming events, including world class hotels coming to Rwanda.

The focus on MICE tourism is motivated by safety, developed infrastructure and the new entrants in the hotel industry.

Some of the upcoming global hotel chains in the country include Marriot Hotel which is set to open soon. Others are Radisson Blue, Radisson by Park Inn, Sheraton Hotel; Golden Tulip Hotels, Suites and Resorts which operates a global structure, Kempinski and Zinc, among others.

Tours and Travel agents who spoke to KT Press said the events will rejuvenate their shaken business as a result of recent global threats.

“Our business was severely shaken in terms of bookings due to recent threats including Ebola outbreak in West Africa as well Al-shabab’s attacks in Kenya. We hope these events will bring us back on board,” Joseph Birori, head of Rwanda Tour and Travel Agencies association told KT Press.

Canopy Walk in Rwanda’s Nyungwe Forest. The country received 1.2 million visitors last year

Canopy Walk in Rwanda’s Nyungwe Forest. The country received 1.2 million visitors last year

SOURCE: KT-PRESS

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Ingoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda ziteguye gukorana n’abikorera mu kubyaza umusaruro umuco

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Ingoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda ziteguye gukorana n’abikorera mu kubyaza umusaruro umuco

Posted on 27 June 2015 by peter

Ingoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda ziteguye gukorana n’abikorera mu kubyaza umusaruro umuco 

Ikigo cy’ingoro z’igihugu z’umurage w’u Rwanda cyatangije gahunda yo kumenyekanisha ibikorwa byacyo ku buryo buruta ubwari busanzwe. Iki gikorwa cyakorewe ku Ngoro y’umurage y’ i Huye, ku itariki ya 25/6, ngo ni intangiriro yo kwagura amarembo, abikorera babyifuza bagafatanya n’ikigo mu kubyaza umusaruro umuco w’Abanyarwanda.

Nk’uko bisobanururwa na Ivan Twagirashema, umuyobozi w’inama y’ubutegetsi y’iki kigo, ngo gahunda batangije ni iyo gukora ku buryo Ingoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda zimenyekana kurushaho: Ingoro zigere mu bigo by’amashuri, zinyure kuri tereviziyo, … zisurwe na bose, buri Munyarwanda yumve ko umutungo urimo umureba.

Ibi ngo bazanabishobozwa n’uko iki kigo cyahawe abakozi bahagije: bavuye ku mubare wa 18 ikigo cyari cyasigiwe muri reforume yo muri 2006, none ubu bagera ku 109.

Ingoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda ziteguye gukorana n’abikorera mu kubyaza umusaruro umuco

Dr. Twagirashema kandi ati “kugira ngo ufite amafaranga abe yakwemera gushora imari mu kintu, ni uko aba afite uko agusanga, kugira ngo yumve ko kwifatanya nawe hari inyungu abifitemo.” Ngo ni yo mpamvu y’uku gutangira kwerekana ingoro z’umurage uko bitari bisanzwe, kugira ngo bimwe mu bihakorerwa bitangire gucuruzwa mu Rwanda no ku masoko mpuzamahanga.

Dr. Twagirashema kandi ati « byose bigakorwa kugira ngo igihugu cyacu gikomeze kugaragara mu bundi buryo, atari ingagi gusa. Iki ni ikindi gishya kigiye kujya kigaragaza hanze ubwiza bw’igihugu cyacu.”

Mu birango byashyizwe ahagaragara, harimo logo nshyashya y’iki kigo. Iyi logo igizwe n’amabara agize ibendera ry’u Rwanda, kandi uwayitegereza yayibonamo byinshi.

Alphonse Umuliisa, umuyobozi mukuru w’ingoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda ati “ikirango gishya iyo ukirebye ubona harimo nk’ikamba ry’umwami, ukabona udusozi, ukabonamo amabara agize ibendera ry’u Rwanda, … ni ikirango gishya kigaragaza igihugu…”

Tugarutse ku bimuritse mu Ngoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda bishobora kubyazwa umusaruro, kimwe muri byo ni amabara agaragara ku rugo rw’ingoro y’i Huye, yifashishwaga n’Abanyarwanda mu mitakire yabo. Ngo haherewe kuri aya mabara, abikorera bashobora kuzajya bakora ibishushanyo, tableau mu rurimi rw’igifaransa, byajya bigurishwa mu mahanga nk’umwimerere w’abanyarwanda.

Kuri ubu, mu ngoro y’i Huye, harimo n’imurika ridahoraho rigaragaza uko ubucuzi bwakorwaga kuva kera cyane mu Rwanda. Ikigaragara muri iri murika ni uko mu Rwanda hari ubutare bushobora kubyazwa ibyuma, urugero nk’amasuka, nk’uko Abanyarwanda ba kera babikoraga. Igisigaye ni uko Ingoro z’umurage w’u Rwanda zakorana n’abikorera, tekinike bazi zikabyazwa umusaruro wateza imbere Abanyarwanda.

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Rutsiro: abaturage Basaba ko hakubakwa urwibutso rw’abakoze impanuka bajya kwibuka ku kirwa.

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Rutsiro: abaturage Basaba ko hakubakwa urwibutso rw’abakoze impanuka bajya kwibuka ku kirwa.

Posted on 01 May 2015 by peter

Rutsiro: abaturage Basaba ko hakubakwa urwibutso rw’abakoze impanuka bajya kwibuka ku kirwa.

Imiryango y’abakoze impanuka mu kiyaga cya Kivu mu mwaka wa 2010 bagiye kwibuka abazize jenoside yakorewe abatutsi muri Mata 1994 ku kirwa cya Nyamunini bakaza kurohama mu kiyaga cya Kivu, irasaba ko bafashwa kubona urwibutso rw’abo barohamye mu mazi.

Ibi babitangaje tariki ya 28 Mata ubwo mu karere ka Rutsiro bibukaga ku nshuro ya 4 abo bakoze impanuka y’ubwato bwarohamye abantu 20 bakitaba Imana, bakaba ngo basanga aho bashyinguwe hagomba gushyirwa urwibutso.

Rutsiro: abaturage Basaba ko hakubakwa urwibutso rw’abakoze impanuka bajya kwibuka ku kirwa.

Kageruka Emmanuel utuye mu murenge wa Musasa iyi mpanuka yamutwaye umugore we n’umwana akaba anahagarariye imiryango y’abakoze impanuka yagize ati” turasaba ko abacu bazize impanuka ubwo bari bagiye kwibuka abazize jenoside twabibuka ariko tukanabubakira urwibutso rufatika kuko aho bashyinguwe hatameze neza tukaba dusaba ubuyobozi bw’akarere kudufasha kurwubaka”

Rutsiro: abaturage Basaba ko hakubakwa urwibutso rw’abakoze impanuka bajya kwibuka ku kirwa.

Gaspard Byukusenge umuyobozi w’akarere ka Rutsiro wari waje kwifatanyan’imiryango yagize ibyago  yavuze ko bazi ciyo kibazo cy’urwibutso kandi ngo ruzubakwa vuba kuko bamaze no kubyemeza.

Ati”mu byukuri tuzi ko tuzatunganya ahashyinguwe abazize impanuka mu mazi kandi twamaze kubishyira muri gahunda kandi ndizera ko mu kwa 7 cyangwa mu kwa munani tuzatangira kurwubaka kandi ntibigoye ku buryo byazadufata igihe”

Muri uyu muhango wo kwibuka abaguye muri iyo mpanuka habanje guturwa igitambo cya Misa nyuma hashyirwa indabo ku mva zishyinguwe mo abitabye Imana.

Impanuka yabaye tariki ya 07 Mata 2010 ikaba yarahitanye abantu 20 mu bantu basaga 200 bari bagiye kwibuka abatutsi biciwe ku kirwa cya Nyamunini, abitabye Imanamuri iyo mpanuka bakaba bashyinguye mu irimbi rya paruwase ya Congo Nil mu murenge wa Gihango.

Ubu mu rwego rwo gufata mu mugongo imiryango y’abakoze impanuka ubuyobozi bw’akarere bwahaye inka buri muryango.

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Tourist visa fees scrapped

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Tourist visa fees scrapped

Posted on 24 December 2014 by peter

Tourist visa fees scrapped

Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda have waived visa fees for foreign residents to allow easy access to the region’s diverse tourism experience.

According to Yamina Karitanyi, the Rwanda Development Board’s Head of Department for Tourism and Conservation, the waiver was agreed on under the Northern Corridor Integration projects initiative.

Known as the East Africa Tourist Visa (EATV), foreign residents no longer have to pay the $100 fee for the visa that is valid for 90 days effective December 15, 2014.

Karitanyi, said the waiver on the single East Africa Tourist Visa was the next step in consolidating and enriching the region’s tourism potential.

“We are approaching the rest of the world as a unified and rich tourist destination with varied experiences for travellers. We are also positioning East Africa’s tourism assets collectively as part of the Northern Corridor Integration Projects,” Karitanyi said at the weekend.

She added that joint marketing programmes will be carried out annually and will cover road shows such as the International Tourism Board (ITB) and World Travel Market (WTM) in 2015.

She pointed out that going forward, the partner states will lobby for a single stand during international tourism marketing events.

Outlining the modalities of implementation, Karitanyi said eligible foreign residents shall be issued with inter state pass on exiting the host state and visitor’s pass endorsed in their passports on arrival by presenting valid work/resident permits.

Other immigration procedures and regulations will, however, be maintained.
In preparing for the joint marketing programmes, she noted that the partner states were already gearing up the teams involved by conducting destination training workshops and disseminating information on the use of national identity cards, student/voters cards and the East Africa Tourist Visa.

“We encourage the private sector to take advantage of this opportunity to offer unbeatable packages while maximising win-win offers.”

The just concluded 8th Northern Corridor Integration Summit attended by Presidents; Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, Paul Kagame, and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, held in Nairobi last week, also directed Rwanda’s Minister of Infrastructure to convene a meeting of Airline Industry stakeholders and finalise negotiations on the 5th Freedom Traffic Rights on Entebbe-Nairobi-Juba-Nairobi meant to address outstanding issues to reduce the cost of air travel in the region and report to the next Summit that will be held in Kigali.

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Things that you shouldn’t miss in Kibuye town

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Things that you shouldn’t miss in Kibuye town

Posted on 04 December 2014 by peter

Things that you shouldn’t miss in Kibuye town

If you ever think of visiting or taking off a vacation to a tranquil and quite place anywhere in Rwanda, Kibuye town is one of the perfect spots that will be highly recommended.

Located in the Western Province of Rwanda, Kibuye town is about two hour drive from the capital Kigali. The most interesting aspect about this town is that you will never get lost. The town is built on a single roundabout, arguably the biggest on the region, in that if all roads will lead you to the same place

The town lies on the eastern shore of Lake Kivu, about halfway down, and between Gisenyi and Cyangugu but is largely known for having touristic activities and being a serene place to be in touch with nature.

Things that you shouldn’t miss in Kibuye town

Surround by Lake Kivu from all angles, the town boasts of hotels, a golf course, a newly built environment museum and a beach. Gold Eden Rock, Bethany Hotel, Moriah Hill and Holiday Hotel are just but a few of the known hotels in the town.

The town is also known for being home to one of the rarest lake delicacies of baby fish – which is locally known as sambaza, found in Lake Kivu. The sambaza delicacies are one of the dishes served with locally made cassava flour and the taste of this meal is one the can only be experienced in person.

A boat ride is relatively cheap depending on the number of people on board, but it is recommended that you visit the Amahoro (peace) island where you will watch variety of birds, a domesticated monkey that can share a bottle of beer with the visitors to the amusement.

The Amahoro Island gives one a panorama view of the whole lake and some moments one thinks that they are going to cross the horizons from one planet to another. The perfect view of the sunset on this island is one of the magnificent views as the splash waters hit rocks towards the skyline.

Don’t miss visiting the Bisesero genocide memorial site, a place where Rwandans stood against the genocidaires refusing to divide the community in to Tutsi’s and Hutus during the 1994 genocide memorial.

Here, over 4000 residents had gathered on top of Muyira Hill with stones and spears ready to defend themselves. Mortar 81s and 82s faced the hill letting loose the gigantic bullets as the interahamwe extremists rose up the hill. At the same time the Bisesero Tutsis were aware they had been attacked – upon anyone who tried to go up to the top they would throw stones and spears in defense.

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Rwanda leads in world peacekeeping

Posted on 28 October 2014 by peter

Rwanda leads in world peacekeeping

Amb. Yamina Karitanyi

Amb. Yamina Karitanyi, Head of Tourism and Conservation at RDB will represent Rwanda as speaker at this year’s International Institute for Peace Through Tourism (IIPT) World Travel Market event ‘Cultivating Sustainable and Peaceful Communities and Nations through Tourism, Culture and Sports.’

Ambassador Karitanyi will share the lessons learned following years of conflict in Rwanda and the role of tourism, culture and sport in post-conflict reconciliation and socio-economic -development.

This will be an interactive session with questions, comments and insights welcome from the floor.

This session, organized by the International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) features leaders of the industry who will share their perspectives on the role of tourism in healing wounds conflict, contributing to post-conflict socio-economic re-development and to a “Culture of Peace” at both the community and national levels and across regions of the world.

The session will be a preview of the IIPT World Symposium on Sustainable and Peaceful Communities and Nations being held in South Africa, Februrary16-19, 2015. The Symposium will honor the legacies of three great Champions of Peace and Non-Violence:

Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. and will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the African Union, 20 years of South African Democracy, and the 50th anniversary of Civil Rights Legislation in the United States.

Action oriented ideas for the Symposium will be welcome at the WTM session as well as your nominations of “real life” case studies of Success Stories for presentation a the Symposium.

IIPT Founder and President Louis D’Amore said, “Our intent will be to harness the Symposium and legacies of Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King, Jr. to build bridges of tourism, friendship and peace in regions throughout the world.”

IIPT is dedicated to fostering and facilitating tourism initiatives that contribute to international understanding and cooperation, an improved quality of environment, the preservation of heritage, poverty reduction, and the resolution of conflict – and through these initiatives, help bring about a more peaceful and sustainable world.

IIPT is dedicated to mobilizing travel and tourism, the world’s largest industry, as the world’s first “Global Peace Industry,” an industry that promotes and supports the belief that “Every traveler is potentially an Ambassador for Peace.”

Other panelists in the event being organized by the International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) include: Dr. TalebRifai, Secretary General, U.N. World Tourism Organization (UNWTO); Martin Craigs, CEO Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA); HiranCooray, Director, Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority and Chairman, Jetwing Hotels Ltd and Mrs. WahidaJaiet, Managing Director of the Tunisian National Tourist Office (TNTO). Professor Geoffrey Lipman, President, International Coalition of Tourism Partners (ICTP) will be the Moderator.

 

 

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Les Musées du Rwanda menacés de vieillissement  nécessitent une réhabilitation

Posted on 24 September 2014 by peter

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Le musée de “chez Kandt” situé au centre-ville de Kigali construit en 1907

La Direction Générale des Musées du Rwanda lance un cri d’alarme aux institutions concernées de venir en aide pour la réhabilitation des Musées du Rwanda qui sont menacés de vieillissement. Ces patrimoines nationaux constituent non seulement une richesse culturelle de toutes les générations  mais aussi une base de données de l’histoire et de la culture du pays ainsi qu’une importante source de revenue. Ces musées nécessitent une plaidoirie pour une protection et une réhabilitation le plutôt possible pour rendre facile leur maintenance et permettre d’attirer plus de visiteurs locaux et étrangers.

Ces préoccupations ont été déclarées par le Directeur Général des Musées du Rwanda,Alphonse Umulisa, devant la commission chargée de la culture au sein du FPR-Inkotanyi lors de la visite des Musées.

Cette délégation du FPR a visité les Musées tels que celui de chez « Richard Kandt », le Musée du Palais Présidentiel de Kanombe, communément appelé « Chez Habyarimana », car c’est l’ancien Président Habyarimana habitait dans ce palais. Cette délégation s’est rendue ensuite à la Bibliothèque Nationale située à Kacyiru.

Après avoir visité  ces musées que certains des commissaires ne connaissaient même pas, Alphonse Umulisa a dit aux commissaires que ces musées ont des problèmes de vieillissement et qu’ils devraient être retapés le plutôt possible car dit-il « ils ont été construits très longtemps et leur maintenance n’a pas été faite comme il faut durant toutes ces années passées ».

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Alphonse  UMULISA exprimant aux commissaires du FPR ses préoccupations sur le vieillissement des musées en faveur d’une éventuelle plaidoirie

« Le musée National de Huye a été construit en1987 et inauguré en 1989. Celui de chez Richard Kandt a été construit en 1907, celui de Rukari à Nyanza en  1931 et celui de  Rwesero en  1959. Vous vous rendez compte de  leur âge ».

Alphonse Umulisa a donné l’exemple du Musée du Palais présidentiel de Kanombe dont la toiture se trouve depuis des années dans un état délabré et sa mauvaise installation électrique qui coûte entre 200 et 400 milles Francs Rwandais chaque  mois pour éclairer le musée.

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Le Musée du Palais présidentiel de Kanombe dont le toit laisse passer l’eau de pluie

Jerome Karangwa, Directeur de Département de recherche dans les Musées du Rwanda, confirme aussi que ces musées sont vieux et qu’ils ont besoin de l’aide suffisante pour la réhabilitation. « La réhabilitation des musées n’est pas une affaire de n’importe qui. Il doit y avoir un expert dans la réhabilitation des musées pour garder l’authenticité de l’histoire ».

Un espoir de plaidoirie pour la réhabilitation de ces Musées

Compte tenu de l’ampleur et de l’urgence des problèmes auprès des commissaires, Sheick Harelimana, Chef de la Commission de la Culture au sein du FPR, a accepté de plaidoyer auprès des institutions ayant la protection des musées dans leurs attributions. Harelimana a profité de l’occasion pour lancer un appel aux Rwandais de s’intéresser et de soutenir les musées en les visitant avant même ils soient visités par les étrangers.

Les Musées génèrent entre 27 et 30millions de Francs Rwandais  par mois

« Il est grand temps de réparer les musées afin d’avoir une autonomie financière dans l’avenir car ces musées génèrent entre  27 et 30 millions Francs Rwandais par mois. Les musées du Rwanda constituent alors un investissement très capital. Mais actuellement ils ont besoin d’un grand capital comme tout autre business afin de ne plus dépendre du budget nationale », souhaite Umulisa.

Le nombre de visiteurs rwandais et étrangers ne cessent d’augmenter comme le montrent les statistiques de 2013-2014. A partir de Juillet 2013 jusqu’Juin 2014, les Rwandais et les étrangers qui ont visité les musées étaient de 185.000 personnes dont 70% étaient des Rwandais.

Actuellement, le Rwanda compte six musées dont le Musée Ethnographique de Huye, au Sud du Rwanda, situé à 135km de Kigali. Le Musée Artistique de Rwesero à Nyanza, est à 85km de la capitale. Le Musée du  Palais Royale de Rukali à Nyanza, au sud du pays, situé à 88km de Kigali. Le musée du Palais présidentiel de Kigali à Kanombe, 15km du centre-ville. Le Musée de l’Histroire Naturelle de Kigali, chez Richard Kandt, au centre-ville et le Musée de l’Environnement de Karongi, à l’Ouest du Rwanda, 130km de Kigali

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Nyanza: Abagize AERG- INILAK basuye ibimenyetso bya Jenoside by’urwibutso rwa Murambi

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Nyanza: Abagize AERG- INILAK basuye ibimenyetso bya Jenoside by’urwibutso rwa Murambi

Posted on 01 July 2014 by peter

Nyanza: Abagize AERG- INILAK basuye ibimenyetso bya Jenoside by’urwibutso rwa Murambi

Urubyiruko rw’abasore n’inkumi rugize umuryango w’abanyeshuli barokotse Jenoside yakorewe abatutsi muri Mata 1994 (AERG) biga mu ishuli rikuru rya INILAK, ishami rya Nyanza basuye ibimenyetso bya jenoside bigaragarira ku rwibutso rwayo ruri mu karere ka Nyamagabe kuri iki cyumweru tariki 29/06/2014   .

Nyanza: Abagize AERG- INILAK basuye ibimenyetso bya Jenoside by’urwibutso rwa Murambi

Bamwe mu bagize AERG INILAK Nyanza basuye urwibutso rwa jenoside rwa Murambi

Kuri uru rwibutso rwa Jenoside rwa Murambi hari ibimenyetso byayo byihariye kuko bimwe bishingiye ku miterere yaho ibindi bikaba bijyanye no kuba ariho abatutsi bari bahahungishirijwe biciwe muri Mata 1994 mu Rwanda.

Mukwiye Gaspard umukozi w’uru rwibutso rwa Murambi ushinzwe gusobanura  amateka yaho avuga ko haguye abatutsi barenga ibihumbi 50 barimo abana, abagabo n’abagore ndetse n’abandi bari bageze mu myaka y’izabukuru.

Nyanza: Abagize AERG- INILAK basuye ibimenyetso bya Jenoside by’urwibutso rwa Murambi

Umuhuzabikorwa wa AERG INILAK Nyanza Bwana Munyaneza Jean Bosco yandika mu gitabo cy’abashyitsi basuye urwibutso rwa jenoside rwa Murambi

Uru rwibutso rwa jenoside rwa Murambi rukikijwe n’imisozi ndetse hari n’ikigo cy’imyuga abatutsi babeshwe ko bahahungishirijwe mu guhe bwari uburyo bwari bwateguwe n’abicanyi kugira ngo babone uburyo babicira hamwe babatangatanze.

Nk’uko uyu Mukwiye Gaspard akomeza abisobanura ngo mu minsi mike yari ishize bahahungishirijwe bahise babagabaho igitero tariki 19/04/2014 ariko birangira birwanyeho intego yabo ntiyahita igerwaho ngo bicirwe rimwe.

Muri iyo minsi nibwo babakupiye amazi bakoreshaga muri icyo kigo cy’amashuli y’imyuga cya Murambi maze bamwe batangira kwicwa n’inyota  n’inzara kugeza ubwo tariki 21/04/2014 bongeye kubagabaho igitero simusiga cyaje cyitwaje imbunda ndetse n’ibikoresho bya gakondo birimo imihoro, amacumu n’impiri byo kubicisha.

Kuri uru rwibutso rwa Jenoside rwa Murambi hanagaragarira ibimenyetso byerekana uruhare rw’ingabo z’abafaransa ndetse n’imibiri y’abatutsi ikibasha kugaragaza uburyo bishwemo nyuma y’imyaka 20 ishize jenoside yakorewe abatutsi mu Rwanda irangiye.

Nyuma yo kwihera amaso amateka ya jenoside yakorewe abatutsi i Murambi ndetse na bimwe mu bimenyetso biyigaragaza ku buryo budashidikanwaho abanyeshuli bibumbiye muri AERG INILAK ishami rya Nyanza bafashe icyemezo cyo kurwanya jenoside ndetse n’ingabitekerezo yayo.

Nyinawumuntu Janet ni umwe muri aba banyeshuli basuye urwibutso rwa jenoside rwa Murambi akimara kurusura yavuze ko atewe intimba n’agahinda no kubona urupfu abatutsi bari aho i Murambi bishwemo. Yagize ati: “Isomo mvanye aha ni uguharanira ko Jenoside n’ingengabitekerezo yayo tubirwanya”

Nyanza: Abagize AERG- INILAK basuye ibimenyetso bya Jenoside by’urwibutso rwa Murambi

Bimwe mu byumba byasuwe bibitsemo imibiri y’inzirakarengane zishwe muri jenoside yakorewe abatutsi

Umuhuzabikorwa wa AERG INILAK Nyanza, Munyaneza Jean Bosco yabwiye Kigali Today ko imwe mu mpamvu yatumye basura urwibutso rwa jenoside rwa Murambi ariko abenshi muri bo jenoside yabaye bakiri bato.

Ati: “Ubu nibwo buryo bwiza twabonye bwo kugira ngo twiyungure ubumenyi ku birebana n’amateka ashingiye ku bimenyetso bya jenoside yakorewe abatutsi mu Rwanda.”

Yakomeje avuga ko kimwe n’abagenzi be bazanye gusura urwibutso rwa jenoside rwa Murambi bagiye gukomeza kuba umusemburo mu bandi bakarwanya uwakongera gusubiza u Rwanda mu icuraburindi  rya jenoside.

Urwibutso rwa jenoside rwa Murambi ruri mu karere ka Nyamagabe ruri mu nzibutso z’u Rwanda zisurwa n’abantu benshi biganjemo abanyarwanda ndetse n’abanyamahanga baba baturutse hirya no hino ku isi baje kureba ukuri gushingiye ku bimenyetso bya jenoside yakorewe abatutsi mu Rwanda.

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Ngororero: Gahunda yo gukurura ba mukerarugendo yatangijwe no gutunganya kumukore wa Rwabugiri

Posted on 26 June 2014 by peter

m_Gahunda yo gukurura ba mukerarugendo yatangijwe no gutunganya kumukore wa Rwabugiri

Amwe mu mazu azifashishwa n’abazasura kumukore wa Rwabugiri

Nyuma y’igihe kinini akarere ka Ngororero gatekereza ku gukoresha ahantu h’amateka ku butaka bwo muri aka karere mu gukurura ba mukerarugendo, ubu imirimo yo gutunganya ahingenzi muri uwo mushinga yatangijwe no kubaka ahitwa ku Mukore wa Rwabugiri mu murenge wa kageyo.

Kuri ubu, imirimo yo kubaka amazu ndangabwami hamwe n’andi mazu azifashishwa n’abazahasura akaba ari hafi kugerwa ku musozo, kuko bitanyijwe ko imirimo izaba yarangiye mumpera z’uku kwezi kwa Kamena 2014.

Aha kumukore wa Rwabugiri hari amateka y’uko ariho umuzungu wa mbere waje mu Rwanda Von Geotzen w’Umudage yahuriye n’umwami w’u Rwanda kuri icyo gihe wari Kigeli IV Rwabugiri, akaba ari nawe witiriwe aho hantu.

Uretse kuhubaka amazu arebana n’amateka yaho ndetse n’andi asanzwe, hazanatunganywa ishyamba rihakikije maze rinashyirwe mo inyamaswa, dore ko nubundi hasanzwe habamo inyamaswa nto z’ishyamba nkuko Ruboneza Gedeon umuyobozi w’akarere ka Ngororero yabidutangarije.

Mutoni Jean de Dieu, Umunyamabanga nshingwabikorwa w’umurenge wa Kageyo, avuga ko abanyarwanda n’abanyamahanga bazitabira gusura aha hantu bakinjiza amafaranga ndetse hagahesha igihugu ishema ryo kubungabunga amateka.

Si kumukore wa Rwabugiri hazakurura abantu gusa kubera amateka yaho, kuko hafi yahoo hari ahitwa mumikoyabakobwa, naho hafite amateka y’uko ngo hiciwe abakobwa b’umwami bari bafashwe mu ntambara yabereye kumisozi ya Bayi na Magaba (ahavuye insigamigani yo kureba ibayi), mu ntambara yahabereye igahitana abantu benshi.

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Muri aka karere kandi, mu murenge wa Gatumba niho hari umusozi wa Ngurugunzu wari utuwe ho n’umutware witwaga Ngagi, uzwi mu mateka y’u Rwanda ndetse hanakomotse insigamigani ngo “nzava ingurugunzu nkiri Ngagi”. Muri uyu murenge kandi hari umugezi wa Kibirira wiswe “rubirwinyundo” mu mateka y’abami, akaba ari nta mwami wawambukaga kuko ngo yawugwaga ho, ahubwo bakjya kuzenguruka iyo bigwa.

Hamwe n’ahandi hantu nyaburanga muri aka karere ka Ngororero nk’ibitare bya Magaba, ibitare bya marumba, urutare rwa bigorogoro, ndetse n’amashyamba ya Mukura na gishwati ubu akarere kakaba kariyemeje kuhabyaza umusaruro no kubungabunga ibyiza byaho.

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