Court gives Bandora 30 days to prepare defence

Nyarugenge Intermediate Court has given Charles Bandora, a Genocide suspect extradited from Norway last week, 30 days to prepare his defence.

Nyarugenge Intermediate Court has given Charles Bandora, a Genocide suspect extradited from Norway last week, 30 days to prepare his defence.

Bandora, the first Genocide suspect to be extradited to Rwanda, made his debut appearance in court on Tuesday morning and asked for two months to prepare his defence.

 

He claimed he was not yet ready to proceed because is yet to get lawyers.

 

Pronouncing his decision, Judge John Byakatonda ordered Bandora to return to court on April 22.

 

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