Police Investigating The Death Of A Genocide Survivor In Gasabo
Posted By :Date :Rugasaguhunga | 04-09-2018
The Police are investigating the death of a Genocide Survivor who was found on lying lifeless on the roadside on April, 6th in Rutunga Sector, Gasabo District. According to reports from Rutunga, Prudencienne Mukampfizi 58, was discovered on the evening of April 6th, a day before Kwibuka24 commemoration week commencement, when Rwanda remembers more than one million victims of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi. It is said that Mukamfizi was allegedly coming from the Rutunga coffee collection centre to sell her coffee. On her way back home, “she passed by the…
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Police Arrest Man Threatening To Kill Genocide Survivors
Posted By :Date :Rugasaguhunga | 04-09-2018
Police has arrested a 35-year-old man in Ngoma district, Eastern Province who threatened to kill Genocide survivors with a machete. According to Police Spokesperson, Commissioner of Police Theos Badege, Francois Nsengiyumva was arrested after a tip-off from local leaders and citizens. On Friday April 6th, a day before the 24th commemoration of the Genocide against Tutsi Nsengiyumva said it is a “Special celebration day for Tutsi.” However, according to Badege, this was not all. “He went on and bought a machete and threatened to hack people. Local leaders tipped Police…
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How former lawmaker ‘launched’ genocide in Kibungo
Posted By :Date :Rugasaguhunga | 04-09-2018
On April 7, as Rwandans started the 24th Genocide commemoration period, the leaders of Eastern Province joined residents of Ngoma District to pay tribute to the victims of Genocide against the Tutsi killed in the area. The commemoration event was held in Gashanda Sector where a former member of parliament ‘officially’ started the killings in the former Kibungo prefecture by shooting a prominent Tutsi farmer. Witnesses said that by killing Venuste Barebahimana, alias Rwabigwi, who owned a large herd of cattle, Sylvan Mutabaruka said he was giving an example to…
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