Musanze terror suspect should not be trusted

Editor, Who would trust such an enemy agent (Jotham Nsengiyumva) to testify honestly? While I remain agnostic regarding the veracity of his testimony on this or any other aspect, I also understand the interest of the enemy to sow maximum disinformation and, therefore, mistrust among us.

Editor,

Who would trust such an enemy agent (Jotham Nsengiyumva) to testify honestly? While I remain agnostic regarding the veracity of his testimony on this or any other aspect, I also understand the interest of the enemy to sow maximum disinformation and, therefore, mistrust among us.

It behooves our security people to verify everything this man and his co-accused claim. It wouldn’t be the first time an enemy agent confesses—knowing the evidence convicts them in any case—but then attempts to implicate key innocent figures from the enemy to sow maximum mistrust and, therefore, weaken a hitherto strong united front against your “cause”.

Even in custody and on trial, I would be extremely cautious about anything coming from this FDLR agent: verify it very thoroughly.

Mwene Kalinda

Reaction to the story, “Suspect pins governor on FDLR plots” (The New Times, December 12)

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