Body of Rwandan Corp Flown Back into Country

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On 2 September 2011 at 03:26

The Rwanda National Police under the assistance of UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti has this Friday night flown back to Rwanda the body of Rwandan corp. who died in the mission in Haiti capital Port-au-prince. The body of the deceased Sgt. Ndagijimana Serge Kamari, 46-year-old reached at the airport this evening at around 6:45 pm by the Brussels airline and were received in respect by RNP and army officials and relatives and friends.
Police Spokesperson Supt. Theos Badege told press, “what (...)

The Rwanda National Police under the assistance of UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti has this Friday night flown back to Rwanda the body of Rwandan corp. who died in the mission in Haiti capital Port-au-prince.

The body of the deceased Sgt. Ndagijimana Serge Kamari, 46-year-old reached at the airport this evening at around 6:45 pm by the Brussels airline and were received in respect by RNP and army officials and relatives and friends.

Police Spokesperson Supt. Theos Badege told press, “what we have done today is to receive him in respect like the rest who die while at work and the burial preparations will be made this weekend depending on the organisation of his family.

According to Supt. Badege, Ndagijimana was shot on August 19,2011 during an attack at his home in Haiti’s capital city Port-au-Prince and was admitted immediately at a hospital with serious injuries which resulted into death after intensive treatment.

Rushenyi Mutabazi, the deceased’s elder brother present at the airport to receive Ndagijimana’s body pointed out that, “I don’t think I have much to say about my brother but all I can say is that he was a brave and courageous person who loved his nation with all his passion.”

"Sergeant Kamari was recluited in RPF in 1991, was born in 1967.
He is survived with a wife by names of Judith Mukangarambe and three children; Alain Ntari, Aline Mutesi and Aliana Umwiza.


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