It was extremely painful to read and listen to what Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza advocates for. Some of the utterances she has made classify her alongside other revisionist and categorises her as a denier of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
When one hears her statements, one feels that she had heartless intentions; intentions she communicated to the survivors of the 1994 Tutsi Genocide and the general Rwandan community; a community that is committed to national unity and reconciliation.
The intended impact of her utterances is to rewind and propagate the genocide ideology in our community.
However, I am certain that peace loving Rwandans and the international community won’t accept this. In fact, I don’t understand why she is refered to as the head of a party which is not yet authorised to operate in Rwanda?
The utterances made by Ingabire are so traumatising that, if possible, she shouldn’t have been granted any media coverage.
However, since she opted to abuse the freedom of speech that was accorded to her, the relevant institutions established by Rwanda Constitution should do something about her statements that are aimed at inciting hatred and creating instability among the united Rwandese community.