Rwanda Increases Ingabire's Sentence
The Supreme Court has increased Victoire Ingabire's jail term to 15 years from eight years earlier ruled by the High Court, after it found her guilty of inciting the masses to revolt against the government, forming armed groups to destabilise the country, and minimising the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
African Arguments, 19 December 2013
Whilst I am not normally very superstitious, I could hardly imagine a more appropriate day to wait for the verdict on Victoire Ingabire's trial in appeal. read more »
Rwanda Focus, 13 December 2013
The Supreme Court has turned down Victorie Ingabire's appeal against an 8-year sentence handed to her by the High Court last year. read more »
The New Times, 14 December 2013
The Supreme Court yesterday increased Victoire Ingabire's jail term to 15 years from eight years earlier ruled by the High Court, after it found her guilty of inciting the masses ... read more »
The New Times, 11 December 2013
FROM Nyakinama sector, Musanze district comes a story of a woman making a difference in society. Because of her the traditional household tables have turned. Women have become the ... read more »
Victoire Umuhoza Ingabire appears in court with the co-accused (file photo).
The National Public Prosecution Authority is weighing up the option to appeal some of the findings and sentence handed down to Victoire Ingabire, leader of the UDF-Inkingi party, ... Read more »
Victoire Ingabire, leader of the UDF-Inkingi party, has been convicted and sentenced on charges of treason and and genocide denial. Her lawyer says she will lodge an appeal. Read more »