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Veronique Nyiramongi Mbaye

Veronique Nyiramongi Mbaye is a copywriter and cultural commentator. Her work principally critiques West and East African post-colonial political movements.

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Pursuit of unity must be intentional, oppressors will not give us our healing

The double-genocide theory is a tribalist’s wildest fantasy. The theory sidesteps the socio-political stakes of the erasure of the community unaligned with Mitterandian French...

Fighting genocide deniers and our fairweather “allies”: There’s no compromise on integrity

The ugliness of Genocide denial is one I’d have hoped respected academic institutions would never engage in. As professors, fellows and informed students of...

The Duclert Report: The Truth Cannot Come From The Spineless

It is getting truly exhausting seeing so many critical takes on Rwandan leadership, which deliberately sidestep the truth. The Duclert rapport, while suggesting France’s...

Enough Western Bad Faith! Guilt Cannot Be Weaponized against the Guiltless

A few days ago, Jeffrey Smith, an American “pro-democracy” researcher in Africa, attributed Rwandan development to the country’s “weaponizing” of the west’s “guilt over...

Rusesabagina Trial: Rwanda has no democracy Lessons to take from The North

Must democracy be seen through the eyes of Europeans? Democracy translates from the Greek word “Demokratos”, which means “a rule” (Kratos), “by the people”...