On January 14, 2021 Ugandans casted their votes for their next president. The main candidates were Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, 76, the current president and Africa's third longest-serving dictator, and Ugandan prominent opposition politician and music star, Bobi Wine, 38, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi. As, predicted by AfroAmerica Network, the Ugandan dictator was declared the winner. Worldwide, it was an open secret that the votes were rigged. Bobi Wine rejected the results. Now he is fearing for his life and the lives of his followers. This week, Bobi Wine told the Western media, especially the US-based National Public Radio (NPR), that he knows he won the elections but he now lives everyday "as if it's a final day."
Rwandan activist Idamange Iryamukwiza Yvonne was arrested by Rwandan national police, known as RNB, in the evening of February 15, 2021. However, according to news received from sources close to the Rwandan security services, the arrest, as described by the Rwandan National Police, was allegedly executed following a failed assassination ordered by a person close to the ailing Rwandan dictator General Paul Kagame. Ms Idamange Iryamukwiza Yvonne became suddenly a prominent activist after she made statements and recorded videos that went viral on social media, pointing to widespread assassinations and disappearances of opposition leaders and government critics and abuses, corruption and other massacres by the Rwandan governent and military and the ailing Rwandan dictator General Paul Kagame (see AfroAmerica Network here:Rwanda: Activist Yvonne Idamange Iryamukwiza Arrested For Denouncing Crimes, Assassinations and Widespread Human Rights Abuses by the Government)
Her name is Idamange Iryamukwiza Yvonne (see picture). She is 42-years old, a mother of four, from the Rwanda Tutsi ethnic group, whose family members were massacred during the 1990-1994 Rwandan genocide and interethnic massacres. In recent public statements and videos that went viral on social media, she said that “Rwanda is a country of sheep without a shepherd”, pointing to widespread assassinations and disappearances of opposition leaders and government critics and abuses, corruption and other massacres by the Rwandan governent and military and the ailing Rwandan dictator General Paul Kagame, who has lately suddenly almost disappeared from the public. The Rwandan government dictatorship took notice. Ms Idamange Iryamugwiza Yvonne was arrested by Rwandan national police, known as RNB, in the evening of February 15, 2021.
Rwandan government's human rights records is appalling. The Rwandan government, accused by the World community of the grave human gights Abuses has, grudgingly, agreed to abide by Human Rights Recommendations from United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. The human rights abuses by the Rwandan government include killings or arbitrary imprisonments of opposition leaders, activists, journalists, and civilians, including street children, and human trafficking. These are the widespread findings by the countries around the World during latest International Report on the Review of Human Rights (UPR) sessions, which are held every five years.