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Rwandan genocide suspect Paul Kagame delivers an Oppenheimer lecture at The International Institute For Strategic Studies (IISS)

Kagame has much to say about destroying and re-building African Nations.

On Thursday 16 September 2010, General Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, delivered the 2010 Oppenheimer Lecture – ‘The Challenges of Nation-Building in Africa‘.
This lecture is made at a period when embattled the Rwandan General is deploying all his means to dilute the findings of the UN Mapping report (due for publication delayed until October 1st) which established that Kagame-led army has been committing acts of genocide against Hutus in the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo. Experts estimate that the invasion of Congo by Kagame-led army already cost lives to more than 6 million people.
Watch the Lecture and the Q&A Session.

2 comments

1 kuku kouate { 09.17.10 at 10:45 am }

no comment. as if the world is not serious to hear such a man. Is it in honour of Kagame as kagame Paui or in the honour of Rwanda as a souverein republic…hie is representing who?

2 manyamuala { 09.18.10 at 10:47 am }

He is representing the investors and supporters who fund his campaigns against poor Africans, his critics or anybody who dares to bring any negative conversation that might expose the bloody hands involved in Rwanda and Congo!
I always wonder, why does such convincing have to be done through a foreign lecture at at venues like the London International Institute of Strategic Studies? Oh, because people with funds invested in Congolese resources must be convinced that everything is running smoothly!

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