Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Profanity vs Profundity.

September 17, 2018 by  
Filed under Africa, Education, News, Weekly Columns

Tweet (Akiit.com) Profanity: showing no respect for a god or a religion, especially through language 2. an offensive or obscene word or phrase: Profundity: A statement or idea that shows great knowledge or insight. We find ourselves in a protracted life and death struggle grappling with a massive mind control and socialization infrastructure designed to destroy […]

What My Ghanaian Mom Taught Me About Love.

December 10, 2015 by  
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Tweet (Akiit.com) Growing up in a Ghanaian household usually means growing up with your typical Ghanaian mother: lovingly critical, instinctively nurturing, traditionally Christian in a very how-can-you-have-a-church-without-hymns way, opinionated in her ideas on culture, ethics, and morality – ideas always crisply illustrated with vivid anecdotes featuring some colorful character. This also usually means growing up […]

21 Years Later: Rwandan Cowards Still Live In Fear Of Paul Kagame.

November 21, 2015 by  
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Tweet (Akiit.com) RWANDA. PRINCIPLES DO NOT ALWAYS WORK : HABYARIMANA’S BIGGEST MISTAKE. Prior to the arrival of Europeans, Rwanda was a feudal kingdom ruled by a Tutsi minority over a Hutu majority. Following the Berlin Conference of 1885 Rwanda came under the suzerainty of Germany which was, itself, replaced as colonial overlord following WW1, by […]

Shaking Hands With The Devil: What Is The Future Of Paul Kagame’s Friends.

November 19, 2015 by  
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Tweet (Akiit.com) I was born in Rwanda but raised in exile as many Rwandan youths from my generation. We grew up hearing stories of how Paul Kagame used the likes of PASTEUR BIZIMUNGU and FAUSTIN TWAGIRAMUNGU(both being Highly Educated and Respected Hutu Intellectuals) to achieve his goal which is evidently none other than turning Rwanda […]

Ivory Coast Massacre: More Than 1,000 Killed…

April 15, 2011 by  
Filed under Africa, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet (Akiit.com) More than 1,000 civilians have been killed in a western Ivory Coast town, a Catholic charity said Saturday, adding that the mass killings happened in an area under the control of forces fighting to install the country’s internationally recognized president. The U.N. military spokesman said he had no information about mass killings in […]

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