Muhanga must protect survivors

Editor, What a shameful statistic! According to data from the National Public Prosecution Authority survivors living in Muhanga District are the most harassed, in the country. These statistics are shocking.
A Genocide memorial. Attacks on survivors must be fought by all right minded Rwandans
A Genocide memorial. Attacks on survivors must be fought by all right minded Rwandans

Editor,

What a shameful statistic! According to data from the National Public Prosecution Authority survivors living in Muhanga District are the most harassed, in the country. These statistics are shocking.

The Prosecution Authority revealed in yesterdays The New Times that 528 cases related to harassment of survivors of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi were reported.

These cases cited included, murder, divisionism, Genocide ideology and revisionism. This has to come to a halt.

The local leaders, police, local defence and Prosecution Authority must find a way of stamping out this menace.

16 years after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, we cannot fail to protect those that survived. We as Rwandans have to take the responsibility to make sure that attacks against survivors are a thing of the past.

Bugesera

 

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