Rwanda is a country that has suffered a lot over the last 3 decades and in the 1990s over a million of Rwandan people were killed during a violence instigated by their leaders and rebel group under the command of the current president Kagame. Part of the problem was restricted political ambitions of the Rwandans and lack of democratic models in power transitions. Today Rwanda faces the same political situation whereby, the current president regards himself as a super human, by refusing to dialogue with Rwandans with dissenting views. In fact, he has gone an extra mile by imprisoning, killing and exiling them. Currently Rwandans are subjected to fear, no choice and no freedom to political ambitions. Most recently President Kagame decided to extend his term limits till 2034, and for this reason there is a fear that Rwanda could once again fall into violence. Lack of smooth power transition in the country inhibits the progression of the society. Therefore, it is important to address the risks of President Kagame's decision to extend his rule and the need bring political change and smooth power transition in the country to avoid another humanitarian disaster like the one the world witnessed in the 1990s.
What you will find in this book is 1) Rwanda's unanswered questions, 2) Rwanda's untold horror stories, 3) The uncertain homecoming of Rwandan refugees, 4) The struggle against unjust laws, unjust government programs and unjust authority in Rwanda, 5) Rwanda's deception and defiance, 6) Mapping political solution in Rwanda, 7) How to win the fight against Rwanda's autocratic leadership, 8) The urgency of President Kagame to step aside, and MANY MORE.