Genocide ideologists throw anonymous documents in Kamonyi

Published by Théophile Niyitegeka
On 17 April 2017 saa 05:30
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Anonymous documents filled with words of hate and genocide ideology have been found thrown about on the streets of Bunyonga cell, Karama sector of Kamonyi district ,Southern Province. The message threatens survivors in the region.

The hand written papers were found on Saturday with a Kinyarwanda message attacking genocide survivors including Mathias Niyomugabo and Veronika both residents of Bunyinga cell. The message implied that both genocide survivors always get people fined and serving with arrogance because they are Tutsi.

The executive secretary of Karama sector, Obed Niyobuhingiro has told IGIHE that investigations are underway to identify the person behind the genocide ideology documents.

“You can’t immediately identify who wrote such a documemt but security personnel are carrying out investigations to identify and bring to book the culprits,” he said.

According to police, a total of 24 people were arrested for genocide ideology as Rwanda held the 23rd commemoration of 1994 genocide against the Tutsi from 7th to 13th April 2017.

Following the closure of the commemoration week, Police spokesperson, ACP Theos Badege explained that the majority of the culprits include people who don’t attend commemoration talks and those who tell others that the Tutsi should not survive, threatening that the Tutsi will be killed again among other violent acts.