Prosecution presents Dutch evidence against Ingabire

Evidence from the Netherlands pinning the embattled leader of FDU-Inkingi, Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, was tabled before the Kigali High Court this morning.
Victoire Ingabire sharing a light moment with her lawyer Gatera Gashabana as she appeared before court. The New Times / file
Victoire Ingabire sharing a light moment with her lawyer Gatera Gashabana as she appeared before court. The New Times / file

Evidence from the Netherlands pinning the embattled leader of FDU-Inkingi, Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, was tabled before the Kigali High Court this morning.

However, before the evidence could be read out, Ingabire objected, requesting the presiding judge, Alice Rulisa, to give her and her team more time to review the evidence.

 

“I got a copy of this evidence implicating me last week… I request to be granted one month to go through the document and prepare my defence,” Ingabire told the court. The request was granted.

 

Ingabire faces charges of terrorism, promoting ethnic divisionism and propagating genocide ideology.

 

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