Dutch gov’t has an obligation to arrest fugitives

Charles Ndereyehe and other Genocide fugitives roaming freely all over the world should be arrested and brought to book.

Editor,

RE: “Survivors tell Dutch govt to extradite fugitive Ndereyehe” (The New Times, March 13).

Charles Ndereyehe and other Genocide fugitives roaming freely all over the world should be arrested and brought to book.

It is beyond comprehension that a notorious fugitive like Charles Ndereyehe Ntahontuye whose role in the Genocide against the Tutsi is well known in the former Butare prefecture, now Southern Province, especially at the former Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Rwanda (ISAR) Rubona, currently, Rwanda Agriculture Board (RAB), Rubona Station.

Despite the fact that since April 20, 2010, Ndereyehe has been subject of an international arrest warrant issued by the Rwandan courts in addition to being on the list of people wanted by Interpol, Ndereyehe continues to freely spread genocide ideology, through his activities with FDU-Inkingi, a terror group.

He was tried and sentenced in absentia by the Gacaca Court of Gikirambwa.

Bemba

 

 

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