28-03-2018- Kampala: A Rwandan national goes missing again
A Rwandan artist and former prosecution spokesman, Alain Mukurarinda, will launch his book “Qui manipule qui ?: Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, des Pays-Bas au Pays des Mille Collines”. The work is about on the politician Rwandan woman in jail, the event is scheduled this Wedn. March 7th 2018, in Kigali.
Ingabire Victoire Umuhoza is the founder of FDU INKINGI (Unified Democratic Forces), a coalition of Rwandan exile opposition groups with a large base of active members in Rwanda, Europe, United States of America and in Canada. She repatriated from Holland to his native country Rwanda in 2010, with intention to run presidential elections.
His first and last speech was pronounced at Kigali genocide memorial (Gisozi), where she preached of double genocide (The Tutsi’s by Hutu government, and the Hutu’s by RPF). As this constitutes a genocide denial in rwandan regulation, she was immediately arrested and sentenced. She is currently serving a 15-year prison sentence in Kigali Central Prison on charges of terrorism and threatening national security.
Recently, Alain Muku had been apologizing, as many people were asking him about Ingabire’s case: manupilation, inventing evidences, …Muku was promising to give details later, now in the book, “Qui manipule qui ?: Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, des Pays-Bas au Pays des Mille Collines”.( Who manipulates who? : Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, from Holland to Rwanda").
Muku said, “ For two years, many people from all corners have asked me why I did not tell through lectures, debates, radio or television interviews, what really happened during the trial of Mrs. Ingabire Umuhoza Victoire.
For most people, it was an unfair trial, the evidence of which had been fabricated. In summary, some thouth it was a political trial, as Mrs. Ingabire Umuhoza Victoire had committed no crime or offense.
All hearings were open doors! Why so many different opinions? Better late than never ! As many have wished, here is finally what I saw and heard during this trial which lasted no less than three years.
As Mrs. Ingabire Umuhoza Victoire has already delivered her version, I propose to live, this time, the trial in the prosecutor’s eyes. I hope, with this book, to enlighten you on what really happened before the courts. You will find my book entitled Who manipulates who? : Victory Ingabire Umuhoza, from Holland to Rwanda",
Depuis deux ans, plusieurs personnes, de tous les horizons, m’ont demandé pourquoi je ne racontais pas à travers des conférences, des débats, des interviews radios ou télévisés ce qui s’était réellement passé durant le procès de Madame Ingabire Umuhoza Victoire.
Pour la plus-part des gens, ce fut un procès inéquitable, dont les preuves avaient été fabriquées. En résumé, un procès politique car à leurs yeux, Madame Ingabire Umuhoza Victoire n’avait commis aucun crime ou délit.
Ce procès ne s’est pas déroulé à huit clos! Pourquoi tant d’opinions divergentes ? Mieux vaut tard que jamais ! Comme beaucoup l’ont souhaité, voici enfin ce que j’ai vu et entendu durant ce procès qui a duré pas moins de trois ans.
Comme Madame Ingabire Umuhoza Victoire a déjà livre sa version, Je vous propose de vivre, cette fois-ci, le procès avec les yeux du procureur. J’espère, avec ce livre, vous éclairer sur ce qui s’est réellement passé devant les cours et tribunaux.
Vous trouverez mon livre qui s’intitule “ Qui manipule qui ? : Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, des Pays-Bas au Pays des Mille Collines”
In a summury of it, Muku says, As a member of the prosecution, I’d never participated in a trial, whichis considered worldwide, as unfair and political trial, a judicial masquerading, an irregular and mock trial totally unfair .
That all those who have intervened in it, including the judicial police, the public prosecutors and the judges, are slandered and insulted. All this was done, for the simple reason that the one who was pursued considered herself a political woman, as if being a politician took precedence over everything else and made her untouchable! It is as if belonging to one gender, to one national, ethnic, racial or religious group or to any activity, absolved from criminal responsibility anyone who has committed crimes and misdemeanors.
Should we be quiet and let the names of all those who participated in this trial be spotted free of charge?
In which name would we do so, while the trial was opened to all? I dare to hope that the democrats will not be shocked or offended by the fact that, I dared to take my pen and lay down on paper for posterity and ’enriching the debate, which I have publicly experienced in the courtrooms. A rewarding legal experience, that merits the name.
That’s all in brief, a detailed version will be given after tomorrow