Genocide ideology remains a threat to Rwandans: official
Posted By :Date :Rugasaguhunga | 04-09-2018
A lot has been achieved in terms of reconstruction of the country, but there remain traces of genocide ideology which, if unchecked, pose a real threat to the unity the country has achieved over the past two decades. This was the massage from Jeanne d’Arc Gakuba, the Senate Vice President in charge of Finance and Adminstration, who was the guest of honour during the activity to mark the 24th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Nyarugenge District. The event took place on Sunday at the district headquarters. Gakuba…
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Age factor in the hunt for Genocide fugitives
Posted By :Date :Rugasaguhunga | 04-09-2018
It is a chilly evening in downtown Kigali, at the former Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where diplomats are engaged in small talk amongst themselves, others are chatting with a few government officials, a glass of drink in hand. Many of the government officials in the room are from the justice sector. Then, the then foreign minister strolls into the room and gets straight to business; a document is circulated to members of the diplomatic corps and everybody immediately pores over it. This was some time in 2006 and the document…
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New Genocide memorial to be constructed in Musanze District
Posted By :Date :Rugasaguhunga | 04-09-2018
Construction of a new Genocide memorial site that will host remains of more than 4,000 victims, currently kept in three separate dilapidated memorial sites, will start in the next four months, according to officials. This was announced over the weekend by Musanze District mayor, Jean-Damascène Habyarimana, during the launch of the 24 commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi at Muhoza memorial site. The site in Muhoza Sector hosts remains of over 800 victims who were killed at the former Appeals Court’s Chambers in the former Ruhengeri Prefecture and neighbouring…
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