The letter summoning Mukangemanyi Adeline residing in Ishema village, Kiyovu cell, Nyarugenge sector of Nyarugenge district in Kigali city shows that she was summoned to report herself on Thursday 8th April 2021.
“You are summoned on 8th April 2021 at 9am at RIB Headquarters in Kimihurura,” reads the letter.
Mukangemanyi Adeline Rwigara has told the Voice of America that he won’t report herself because Rwandans are commemorating.
A lawyer who spoke to IGIHE has revealed that being in commemoration period doesn’t mean justice has halted in Rwanda.
“She should report herself. If a person doesn’t honor the request for the second time, the institution with the mandate to carry out investigation collaborates with the Prosecution to issue a ‘Mandat d’amener’, a warrant that allows to bring the suspect for investigation by force,” he said.
Mukangemanyi was in 2017 accused of inciting insurrection among the population, discrimination and sectarian practices.
One year and two months later, the High Court acquitted Mukangemanyi and other co-accused citing insufficient evidence tabled by prosecution to conclusively pin them on charges they stood accused.