BBC News feature filmed with reporter, Kevin Mwachiro. It is 50 years since Rwanda gained its independence from Belgium. This small African nation is best known for the genocide between Hutu and Tutsi in 1994 that claimed the lives of nearly 1 million people. Today Rwanda is keen to cast off this shadow and become an African powerhouse where economics and technology thrive. But the price for this remarkable turnaround has been a clampdown on civil liberties.