PS Imberakuri mulls suing Rwigara

By IGIHE
On 18 October 2017 at 12:23

As Diane Rwigara, sister Anne Rwigara and their mother Adeline Rwigara’s pre- trial hearing continues in Nyarugenge Intermediate Court, the president of a local based political party, PS Imberakuri, Christine Mukabunani has said that they are gathering evidence on how Diane Rwigara accessed their party members’ register and used their names to seek signatures to be able to contest for presidency.

Diane Rwigara submitted her candidacy to the National Electoral Commission (NEC) in August election, but she did not make it to the final list over lack of some documents.

Among reasons that NEC turned down her candidacy are submitting 34 signatures for PS Imberakuri supporters.

Commenting on the case, Mukabunani said that the register was stolen and no individual on the list was contacted.

Speaking to IGIHE, Mukabunani said that they are yet to open a lawsuit on that case as they are still gathering evidence.

Mukabunani said that the general assembly of the party will decide on whether they will take Diane to court.

“We are still gathering evidence, but we plan to have a general meeting where we shall decide on it. Taking her to court will depend on meeting resolutions after collected evidence,” she said.

Christine Mukabunani

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