Provisional detention was requested for the trio whose charges include forgery of documents and signature counterfeiting by Diane, sectarian practices by Adeline Rwigara and inciting insurrection for all the three, a spokesman for the state prosecutor’s office, Faustin Nkusi, has told IGIHE.
“We received their case files on Friday. We have five days to assess them and decide on taking them to courts. So it is still under assessment process,” he said.
The allegations of tax evasion, which had been raised previously are not included on the new charge sheet.
Speaking after trio’s arrest, the Police Spokesperson, Theos Badege said that them on ere is enough evidence to pin them on machinating against state security.
“We have evidence on how they planned activities against state security,” Badege explained.