• Diriger de l'Arrière: Général-Major Musare, Commandant de AN-Imbonezagutabara

  • Mu mwaka w’ 1994, ubwo nyakwigendera Nelson Mandela yatangaga ubuhamya k'ubuzima bwe mu nyandiko yise “Inzira Ndende yo Kwibohora (Long Walk to Freedom)”, yagarutse ku birango by’umuyobozi nyawe.

    Mandela yavuze ko umuyobozi ari nk’umushumba w’intama uziyoborera ahirengeye, maze izifite imbaraga zigafata iya mbere izindi zigakurikiraho. 

    Imiyoborere ishingiye ku bwizerane nibwo buryo bwiza bwo gukora nta rwikekwe, ni akabando gasindagiza Abasangirangendo batahiriza umugozi umwe kandi  batumbiriye intego rusange.

    Icyo Ijambo ry’Imana ritubwira

    Imiyoborere myiza inavugwaho muri Bibiliya Yera ndetse na Torah,  Kuva 18:1-20, 23, 

  • In his 1994 autobiography, “Long Walk to Freedom,” the late Nelson Mandela gave his view on what a true leader should be, in these terms: "I always remember the regent’s axiom: a leader, he said, is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind."

    Leading behind is a powerful concept for effective leaders. By leading from behind, leaders empower the people they lead, while making sure the people stay on course,  pursue the vision, and keep eyes on the ball.

    A Reference to the Torah and the Bible

    Leading from behind is the ultimate demonstration of democracy, even found in the Bible and the Torah. In Exodus 18:1-20:23, Jethro,

  • Aujourd'hui, je vais conclure la série hebdomadaire de réponses aux questions concernant le Congrès national démocratique (CND). Avant de clore la série, j'avais promis de répondre à une question à propos de ce qui s'est passé aux frères de sang (voir mon premier billet hebdomadaire, ici:Pourquoi le Congrès National pour la Démocratie? L’Histoire des Frères de Sang).

    Des réponses pertinentes peuvent être trouvées dans notre approche sur la Démocratie Consensuelle. Le fondement de la démocratie consensuelle est bien décrit dans l'article sur lien suivant: Congrès National pour la Démocratie (CND): Démocratie Consensuelle

    Je tiens ausi à répondre à ceux qui ont posé des questions sur l'Armée Nationale (AN - Imbonezagutabara).  

  • Today, I conclude the weekly series to answer questions regarding National Democratic Congress (NDC). Before I close the series, I promised to answer a question about what happened to the blood brothers (see my first weekly note, here: Why National Democratic Congress: the Story of Two Blood Brothers).

    Relevant answers may be found in our approach to Consensual Democracy. The foundation of Consensual Democracy is described in the article at following link: NDC: Consensual Democracy Transformation.

    I will not also conclude without replying to those who asked about the National Army (AN – Imbonezagutabara)

  • Since the creation of RUD-Urunana on September 12, 2004 and RPR-Inkeragutabara in 2005, the utmost objectives have been to defend the motherland and the people threatened with destruction by a tyrannical, oligarchic, unpopular and warmonger regime of the RPF which maintains itself only by lies and terror.