Baziga, former chairman Rwandan diaspora in Mozambique laid to rest

By Nicole Kamanzi M.
On 3 September 2019 at 11:17

Hundreds of people consisting of officials including Rwanda’s ambassador to Mozambique, Claude Nikobisanzwe, friends and relatives of the former Chairman of Rwandan diaspora in Mozambique, Louis Baziga gathered at Rusororo cemetery to pay their last respects to late Baziga.

Mourners described him as an honest man who always strived to live a dignified life, respecting God and standing against whatever tends to betray Rwanda.

Baziga was gunned down in Maputo early last week. He was shot dead on Monday in Matola, a suburb of Maputo around 11 am by assailants while heading to the garage. They blocked him and sprayed his Toyota Prado with bullets.

Baziga’s body arrived in Kigali on Sunday night flown from Mozambique.
According to sources, investigations are underway to find out ring leaders behind the death of Baziga.

Baziga had survived different attacks in 2016 where after all Rwandan suspects in connection with attempted murder were arrested and released without clear reasons.

The prime suspects in the murder attempt include Diomede Tuganeyezu, Benjamin Ndagijimana and Revocat Karemangingo.

Mozambique accommodates over 5,000 Rwandans.

Rwanda’s ambassador to Mozambique, Claude Nikobisanzwe, was there to pay his respect
Hundreds of people gathered to pay their last respects to late Baziga.
Ange Louise Uwase the eldest child of Baziga spoke of her memories with her late father
Beatrice Uzaramba, the wife of the late Baziga said that he was an honest man who always strived to live a dignified life, respecting God and standing against whatever tends to betray Rwanda.

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