If you follow Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza on ethnic grounds, please don’t bother. She wouldn’t care less. You need to learn more about her and her line of thought before you decide to either support her or despise her.
Rwandan parliament, its women majority notwithstanding, is a toothless rubber stamp of the one-man iron-fist rule and an illusion. What you have in Rwanda instead is yet another PR-inspired fake branding shamelessly masqueraded as “women empowerment.”
This documentary video on Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza shows how Rwandan government always reacted disproportionately and desperately against her and other people or organisations who slightly disagrees with its policies. The video also documents how the government uses any means to silence any voice that talks about the RPF Crimes committed on the Rwandan people.
Victoire Ingabire’s speech on unity and reconciliation has been submitted as evidence in the court of law on divisionism and revisionism charges leveled against her. We took a close look at the content of her speech and we are asking our leaders which part is really evidence of divisionism.
Olivier Rukundo, a former aide to Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza is allegedly resisting Rwandan government’s request to falsely testify against his party chairperson. Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, an opposition leader and chairperson of FDU party is currently behind bars, in Rwanda’s 1930 maximum security prison, awaiting trial.
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 remains a symbol of a national struggle, a freedom icon and a democracy martyr. FDU INKINGI party members visited party Chair Ms. Victoire INGABIRE in Kigali maximum prison.
Ms Victoire Ingabire, starts her time in prison in Rwanda at the time when Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmanese woman opposition leader is free from seven years of house arrest, and Birtukan Miduska, the Ethiopian woman opposition leader gets some freedom after two years of imprisonment