vendredi 23 août 2013

Rwanda / Tanzania: Caution!, a second genocide of Tutsi in Rwanda and in R.D..C in sight!

The President of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete, would support the Rwandan rebels by love for his wife, Mama Salma Kikwete, herself cousin of former Rwandan Head of State, Juvenal Habyarimana, a victim of the 1994 attack.
According to information revealed by WikiLeaks, the wife of President of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete, known as the Mama Salma Kikwete, is a cousin of former Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana, a victim of the attack of 6 April 1994 (the plane was shot down by Hutu extremists), which is the origin of the Tutsi genocide. This would explain the fact that President Kikwete is displayed as the only world leader supporter of Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (F.D.L.R.).

"My wife, my struggle or my Revenge!"

No! Jakaya Kikwete has not made this statement publicly. But according to the revelations made by the  news site WikiLeaks, the President of Tanzania would be willing to ignore politics to see better in love. Mama Salma Kikwete, his wife, is none other than the cousin of former Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The latter's death, following an attack on 6 April 1994, was the trigger for the genocide against the perpetrators of these massacres of Tutsi by Hutu which included former Rais. Since then, relations between the two ethnic groups are not rosy.
A report published on 5 May 2005 by Shabyna Stillman, a senior diplomat from the U.S. embassy in Dar es Salaam, reported some shocking details. "For years, observers of the Great Lakes conflicts Kikwete considered as a pro-Hutu," says the report continues: "The wedding of Kikwete with a cousin of former Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana, perhaps fueled the rumors, now fading in Burundi with a sort of conflict winds down."

Diplomatic marriage?

According to the report revealed by WikiLeaks, the love story of Kikwete with a Hutu would be the cause of his unquestionable support to Burundian rebels. Between 1995 and 2005, Kikwete was Foreign Minister of Tanzania, rumors accused of having contributed to the establishment of ethnic extremists. The same system that planned the genocide against Tutsi in 1994.
On 26 May 2013, President Jakaya Kikwete has suggested publicly that the government of President Kagame in Rwanda negotiate with the rebels of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (F.D.L.R.). Today, relations between Tanzania and Rwanda remained tense since May, with the decision by the Tanzanian President to expel 6. 000 Rwandan nationals living illegally in its territory.

Who is Kikwete Mrisho Jakwaya?

Born 7 October 1950 in Msonga, Bagamoyo, Tanzania. He attended elementary school in Msonga from 1958 to 1961. He attended high school at the Middle secondary School at Lugoba from 1962 to 1965. He graduated O'Level education in high school at Kibaha (1966-1969) and the High School Diploma in Tanga. In 1975, he graduated in Economics at the University of Dar es Salaam. He spent 1983 in military training. From 1975 to 1977, he was assistant to the Regional Secretariat of T.A.N.U..
From 1977 to 1980, he worked in the secretariat of Chama Cha Mapinduzi (C.C.M.) to Kisiwandui. From 1980 to 1981, he was head of the Defense and Security at the headquarters of the C.C.M.. From 1981 to 1983, he was Executive Secretary of the C.C.M. in Tabora. From 1986 to 1988 he was district secretary of C.C.M. to Machingwea. In 1988, he was transferred to Masasi. In 1991, he reached the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Tanzanian army. From 1990 to 1991, he was Minister of Water, Mines and Energy. From 1994 to 1995, he was Minister of Finance.
From 1995 to 2005 he was Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. In 2005, he was appointed candidate C.C.M. in the presidential election to succeed Benjamin Mkapa*. On 18 December 2005, he was elected President of the Republic of Tanzania. He succeeds Benjamin Mkapa*. In November 2010, he was re-elected president.
To read more:
-Dictionnaire biographique des Africains, Nouvelles Editions Numériques Africaines (N.E.N.A.), Dakar, 2013. August  23,  2013.

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