People Salvation Movement

Open Letter to President Paul Kagame










15 thoughts on “Open Letter to President Paul Kagame

  1. Anonymous

    Keep up the fight Diane Shima Rwigara. You are one brave woman. You are making history for sure! WE LOVE AND SUPPORT YOU!

  2. clare

    so where are the proofs of what you are saying as the cause of those deaf? (because some you mentioned died even when you were still a child ).

    to me i see that you are told to do such propaganda, than your choice.

    diane why haven’t you advocated for the Rwandese who are being harassed in Uganda,

    1. Mushi

      Clare I do not know who pay you to deny the truth. Diane has the guts to expose the truth those are you are too coward or accomplice.

  3. A. Giraneza Izabayo

    My beloved Rwandan Sister, Ms Diane Shima Rwigara, you are one shining star among the very few within from billions of human beings on this

    planet earth, who are endued with the divine gift of altruism & genuine patriotism. May the Almighty God protect you and continue to illuminate

    your objective thinking & activism until you see and enjoy the Rwanda we all the oppressed & the repressed ones have been dreaming of, in Jesus

    Most Holy Name.


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  5. Mushi

    Diane as a survivor who has lost hope I cannot express how grateful I am to you. In you I see the future, courage, truth and give me the force to join you in this fight. I know most of the people you mentioned in the letter. Kagame is on his way out even if he might not realize it yet. Continue speaking the truth and I am on your side.

  6. Mushi

    Clare I do not know who pay you to deny the truth. Diane has the guts to expose the truth those like you are too coward or accomplice.

  7. Dan Nyamwasa

    I have embraced crying mothers who have lost their children because our politicians put their personal agendas before the national good. I have no patience for injustice, no tolerance for government incompetence, no sympathy for leaders who fail their citizens.

    We are proud of you Rwigara, history will remember u as a young brave woman who stood up to a devilish regime.

  8. Jean de Dieu Ndahiriwe

    Courage to you brave sister I am one of countless Rwandans who love you and are proud of your courage and bravery. You may not be celebrated today due to our fear stricken Rwandan population but history will tell, you will be celebrated in due time, and I know you don’t care for celebrations, you are a true humble servant of God. I am one of those that do believe in God too, fear not, He will reward you. I hope you help many cowards especially those who claim to serve God yet fear to speak up against injustice.
    A few Bible verses affirming you as a brave servant of THE MOST HIGH GOD. You are teaching us to hear God’s voice through YOU.

    Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed.Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow Isaiah 1:17

    He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God, Micah 6:8.

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  11. Fred Kale


    Ese iriya baruwa yanyu mwandikiye HE PK umuntu yabasha kubona copy isinye kdi iri stamped?

    Niba bishoboka mugihe umuntu abarizwa hanze yigihugu yamugeraho gute? Murakoze

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