The Truth Always HURTS! President Macron Harsh Truth on African Development Issues

I have seen so many reactions from different people about the response that President Macron gave on the best way to develop the continent of Africa at a G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. If you have not seen it, I encourage you to watch it, especially if you are African or care about international development […]

Exploring Luxembourg in the Eyes of a Finance Nerd (Grand-Dutchy of Luxembourg)

After postponing the trip for 3-times, I finally went to visit Luxembourg city, the capital city of Luxembourg. This is a small country situated between France, Belgium, and Germany. It has about 600,000 people and its surface area is approximately 2, 600 square miles.   After driving for 2-hours to get there, my plans were […]

Sam Walton: The Bargain Billionaire

Sam Walton is considered as one of the most influential businessmen in the American History. His business philosophy (from the beginning) was built on selling things cheaper, which changed the way that people shop not just in the Unites States, but also around the world. Born from a poor family, Walton learned from his father […]

Private Equity Investment Firms ( Role models)

  David Rubenstein: ( Net-worth: $ 2.5 Billion ), Co-CEO and Co-founder at Carlyle Group. Political Science,  Duke University Law Degree, University of Chicago Carl Icahn: ( Net Worth: $ 15.1 Billion),  CEO of Icahn Capital Management. Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Princeton University ( Medical School dropout, NYU, Medical School) Joined the army, and […]

Causes and Effects of Land reform policy and expropriation in Zimbabwe

The current crisis that Zimbabwe is experiencing has devastated the livelihoods of its urban population and created extreme poverty in its towns. From the 1980s, housing policies had made it extremely difficult and expensive for low-income residents to comply with the nation’s legal housing requirements. However, during the 1990s, these policies were tolerated as poverty […]

Let us Win and Prosper Together: Liberation Day 2017

Liberation day is one of my favorite holidays in Rwanda. If there were only 3 holidays to celebrate in Rwanda,  July 4th would definitely have to be among my top 3. The Liberation day is the day Rwanda embarked on a new journey to rebuild itself after its horrific and past history. It is the […]

Remembering Genocide against Tutsi after 22 years: Fighting against Genocide Ideology

Remember, Unite, and Renew Every year from April 7th to April 13th, Rwandans take one week to remember the 1994-genocide against Tutsi, Remembrance Week, as officially called. This week is one of the most difficult times for many Rwandans, in Rwanda, and elsewhere in the world. This year of 2016, for the 22nd times, we […]

Reflecting about the past 2.5 years in Boulder, Colorado: Staying Hungry & Foolish [for knowledge]

Time flies for real!! Where did all the two and half years go? I remember moving to Boulder, CO from Chicago, IL where I had been working all summer of 2013 as an intern at Fermilab. When I moved here, I was excited to move to this beautiful place. In April 2013, I had come […]

How does your cooking practices affect your health: Cooking should not Harm or Kill

Have you ever thought about how your cooking practices affect your health? Well, if you are lucky to be using gas or electricity for cooking, you are very fortunate and you should be thankful to be among 60% of the people who have access to clean energy for cooking around the world. For this, Congratulations! […]