Posts Tagged ‘Bosco Ntaganda’

Merry Chistmas & Happy New Year Card for Prisoner Victoire and Prisoner Bernard

Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, Rwanda's FDU-Inkingi opposition leader, is spending Christmas in Rwanda's maximum security 1930 prison.

Christmas Card for Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, Rwanda’s FDU-Inkingi opposition leader, and Bernard Ntaganda, PS party leader who attempted to contest this year’s Rwandan presidential election, are spending Christmas in Rwanda’s maximum security 1930 prison.

Victoire Ingabire’s solitary cell in “1930” Prison already prepared

Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza     Political Prisoner

Kigali Prison may have received orders to prepare a solitary confinement cell for Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, Umuvugizi newspaper revealed. According the newspaper, Victoire Ingabire will be imprisoned in very harsh conditions where she will face numerous difficulties and held incommunicado.

Plan d’Elimination d’Ingabire Victoire par les Services Secrets Rwandais

General Rwarakabije

Suite à une fuite d’information dans les services secrets de Kagame, le rédacteur en chef du Journal Umuvugizi Jean Bosco Gasasira a révélé qu’un plan d’élimination de Madame Victoire Ingabire a été conçu par le colonel Dan Munyuza assisté par le Général Rwarakabije.

Leaked: Rwandan Secret Services’ Plan to Eliminate Victoire Ingabire

General Rwarakabije

On a tip off from an informant from Kagame’s secret services, Umuvugizi newspaper Chief Editor Jean Bosco Gasasira revealed that a while ago the plan to imprison Madam Victoire Ingabire was engineered by Colonel Dan Munyuza assisted by Army General Rwarakabije.

Deo Mushayidi: Arise my People!

Deo-Mushayidi

From his prison cell, Deo Mushayidi Rwandan opposition politician and genocide survivor sent a message to Rwandans asking them to take over his battle for freedom and change

Bosco Ntaganda and Rwandan Security Agents Accused of Assassinations

Bosco (AKA "The Terminator") Ntaganda (picture by The Guardian)

Ntaganda should be arrested and made to answer for his crimes, rather than being allowed to walk freely in Goma,” said Anneke Van Woudenberg, senior researcher at Human Rights Watch. “He is a threat to the people of eastern Congo and is making a mockery of the Congolese government’s policy of zero tolerance for human rights abuses

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