More Evidence Points to Ndereyehe for Rwanda Genocide Crimes
It has emerged that former director-general of Rwanda Agriculture Research Institute, Charles Ndereyehe, allegedly gave cars that were used by perpetrators during the Genocide against the Tutsi, and set prizes for those who would kill many people in the genocide resulting in the major killing that wiped out over 300 Tutsi people upon his instructions. Ndereyehe who is currently in self-imposed exile in the Netherlands, was sentenced to life imprisonment on November 5, 2008 for genocide crimes.
New Times, 7 May 2018
A former director-general of Rwanda Agriculture Research Institute (ISAR), Charles Ndereyehe, played a key role in planning the Genocide against the Tutsi, including and funding… Read more »
Pallbearers carry a casket containing remaims of 13 victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi for a decent burial. They were killed at the Rwanda Agriculture Research Institute.
New Times, 13 March 2018
The continued roaming of Genocide suspects in different countries is a major impediment to the healing process in Rwanda and countries should rise to the occasion and ensure all… Read more »