Rwandan President Paul Kagame generated passionate feedback among the Amanpour audience. While some defended his posture, others felt he was in the wrong and made strong accusations against him. Overall, the reactions offered a mixed result that highlighted a very definite stance, either in favor of President Kagame or completely against him.
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I support the comments of Prof Soyinka. The National Sovereign conference is long overdue. Many a politician are toying with the lives of Nigerians. We need to sit down and redesign and negotiate how we Nigerians want to leave together and share the resources we have. The conflicts in Nigeria are on the increase because it is very clear that the handed down structures from the Colonialists – internal and external are totally not in tandem with the wishes of all Nigerians
Comments about Rwandan Pres. Paul Kagame
Gabriel Ameke Mcben Why are we always having issues with leadership in Africa? Selfish, corrupt, power-drunk and wicked leaders dominate the African continent.
Patrick Lumumba Kagame`s Rwanda has has 0 tolerance on graft,aid projects reach the rural poor and an efficient central government...his leadership style should be based on social,economic and political progress that Rwanda has achieved under his administration given it`s turbulent history...
Collins Ifeanyi Nwokedi am in surpport of his leadership,if all africa president wll act like him i think is better
Fernando Gimenez He is an hypocrite. He supports Omar al-Bashir, and says that any action against him is a case of "selective justice", he rathers try American soldiers.
Arthur Ake Ngenzi Uzarama He is africa's worst war criminal responsible for killing 500.000 hutu refugees in Congo plus 6 millions congolese people. He is indicted for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and terroism by spanish justice (same judge who indicted Pinochet). His place in The hague to be judged for all his crimes...
Kimberly Vogel NO – it was Mugabe (Zimbabwe) who insulted the Archbishop. Paul Kagame is a great leader and a model of effective governance in Africa.