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On this day, 4th July, do these house boy generals think and reflect on those comrades who sacrificed their lives so that the country can be liberated?

By: Rpf Gakwerere

On this day, 4th July, do these house boy generals think and reflect on those comrades who sacrificed their lives so that the country can be liberated? Do these house boy generals currently believe that the country is liberated? Are these house boy generals happy with the status quo? Has the ruling system achieved the 8 point programs that RPA/F comrades fought for and died for? Are these house boy generals happy to see a 57Kg skinny dictator turn a country into a personal property? Do these house boy generals know that oppressed and enslaved Rwandans despise them for being cowards in the face of a 57Kg skinny dictator? Why do these house boy generals allow to be humiliated by a 57Kg skinny dictator? Are these house boy generals happy to see the sorry living conditions of military casualties?

When will these house boy generals become real Generals and say enough is enough?

In the photos below, some of the house boy generals in the photos are now sidelined, others thrown out of the army after their usefulness are no longer needed by criminal Paul Kagame, some brutally eliminated and others under house arrest or under close surveillance by Directorate of Military Intelligence.

Criminal Paul Kagame and his house boy Generals

RIP to all those comrades who died while fighting for a great cause, a great vision, a positive and excellent vision that the father of the liberation movement, Gen Fred Rwigema had. Unfortunately, criminals diverted an excellent cause and turned it into personal project.

Criminal Paul Kagame and his house boy Generals

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