Rwandese Very Unhappy

#1
According to the UN happiness indicators, Rwanda are very unhappy. Can only be compared with South Sudanese, Tanzania, and DRC. Even somalia is better. The variables are income, freedom, trust, healthy life expectancy, social support and generosity.

"People in South Sudan are the most unhappy with their lives, according to the survey of 156 countries, followed by Central African Republic (155), Afghanistan (154), Tanzania (153) and Rwanda (152). "
https://edition.cnn.com/travel/arti...=social&utm_term=multi-image&utm_source=twCNN
 

Electronics4u

Village Senator
Staff member
#2
indicators, Rwanda are very unhappy. C
These are the guys who have never found closure after the '94 genocide. They were kids by then aged between 3 and 10 years. Currently aged between 27 and 40. These kids childhood was destroyed, forever as they witnessed their parents and siblings being butchered by neighbors the knew very well. They witnessed displacement and brutality on a massive scale.
After the genocide and introduction of the gacaca kangaroo courts, nobody took time to give them professionally counselling.
They were left to grow up with the horrors of the past. Now that they are grown, they ask so many questions, but there is no one to answer. They have nobody to turn to coz they are suppressed by the government that was part of this brutality....They are confused, they don't trust anyone and they are unhappy.
It's a ticking time bomb.
 

kasaman

Village Elder
#4
According to the UN happiness indicators, Rwanda are very unhappy. Can only be compared with South Sudanese, Tanzania, and DRC. Even somalia is better. The variables are income, freedom, trust, healthy life expectancy, social support and generosity.

"People in South Sudan are the most unhappy with their lives, according to the survey of 156 countries, followed by Central African Republic (155), Afghanistan (154), Tanzania (153) and Rwanda (152). "
https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/worlds-happiest-countries-united-nations-2019/index.html?utm_content=2019-03-20T09:39:14&utm_medium=social&utm_term=multi-image&utm_source=twCNN
Was Kenya part of this research
 
#5
According to the UN happiness indicators, Rwanda are very unhappy. Can only be compared with South Sudanese, Tanzania, and DRC. Even somalia is better. The variables are income, freedom, trust, healthy life expectancy, social support and generosity.

"People in South Sudan are the most unhappy with their lives, according to the survey of 156 countries, followed by Central African Republic (155), Afghanistan (154), Tanzania (153) and Rwanda (152). "
https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/worlds-happiest-countries-united-nations-2019/index.html?utm_content=2019-03-20T09:39:14&utm_medium=social&utm_term=multi-image&utm_source=twCNN
Wambie wahamie Kenya kwanza their bebs
 
#9
All of subsaharan Africa is a ticking time bomb. Tunazaana huku kama panya yet our precious resources are being stolen every day and night. Our cities are unplanned, education system is haphazard, unemployment is biting, poverty levels skyrocketing etc. Take Kenya, for example. What do u think will happen in 2040 when our population will be a massive 80M? The laws of nature dictate that a civil war to reduce the population to 20M will be inevitable.
 

Kicharo

Village Elder
#10
All of subsaharan Africa is a ticking time bomb. Tunazaana huku kama panya yet our precious resources are being stolen every day and night. Our cities are unplanned, education system is haphazard, unemployment is biting, poverty levels skyrocketing etc. Take Kenya, for example. What do u think will happen in 2040 when our population will be a massive 80M? The laws of nature dictate that a civil war to reduce the population to 20M will be inevitable.
Kenya is still very empty. Tembea kenya, tambua kenya.
 

Kicharo

Village Elder
#11
According to the UN happiness indicators, Rwanda are very unhappy. Can only be compared with South Sudanese, Tanzania, and DRC. Even somalia is better. The variables are income, freedom, trust, healthy life expectancy, social support and generosity.

"People in South Sudan are the most unhappy with their lives, according to the survey of 156 countries, followed by Central African Republic (155), Afghanistan (154), Tanzania (153) and Rwanda (152). "
https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/worlds-happiest-countries-united-nations-2019/index.html?utm_content=2019-03-20T09:39:14&utm_medium=social&utm_term=multi-image&utm_source=twCNN
Rwanda is run like a boarding high school. When I hear people admiring Rwanda, I wonder. When I hear people saying that Kenya needs a kagame, I sigh...
 
#13
These are the guys who have never found closure after the '94 genocide. They were kids by then aged between 3 and 10 years. Currently aged between 27 and 40. These kids childhood was destroyed, forever as they witnessed their parents and siblings being butchered by neighbors the knew very well. They witnessed displacement and brutality on a massive scale.
After the genocide and introduction of the gacaca kangaroo courts, nobody took time to give them professionally counselling.
They were left to grow up with the horrors of the past. Now that they are grown, they ask so many questions, but there is no one to answer. They have nobody to turn to coz they are suppressed by the government that was part of this brutality....They are confused, they don't trust anyone and they are unhappy.
It's a ticking time bomb.
Rwanda is a special case. They unhappy and dissatisfied lot but they cannot say publicly else Kagame kills them.
 
#14
These are the guys who have never found closure after the '94 genocide. They were kids by then aged between 3 and 10 years. Currently aged between 27 and 40. These kids childhood was destroyed, forever as they witnessed their parents and siblings being butchered by neighbors the knew very well. They witnessed displacement and brutality on a massive scale.
After the genocide and introduction of the gacaca kangaroo courts, nobody took time to give them professionally counselling.
They were left to grow up with the horrors of the past. Now that they are grown, they ask so many questions, but there is no one to answer. They have nobody to turn to coz they are suppressed by the government that was part of this brutality....They are confused, they don't trust anyone and they are unhappy.
It's a ticking time bomb.
Genocide is no where on the variables (income, freedom, trust, healthy life expectancy, social support and generosity ). They are unhappy with the leadership and current state of their country. No one can see Rwanda after Kagame.
 

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