When Emmnauel Macron was in Rwanda, he told survivors of the genocide perpetrated against the Tutsi in Rwanda in 1994 to forgive and also told perpetrators that the crime of genocide does not age and cannot be forgotten, saying that a time will come and they will be arrested and judged by the prosecution.
Macron’s trip to Rwanda has served a good example in calling for more efforts to stand up for bringing genocide perpetrators and deniers to courts.
Are countries that host genocide perpetrators willing to give justice to genocide survivors?
Some of the countries that have already decided to identify perpetrators of genocide and deniers include those who have already sent some to Rwanda, including Mozambique, which recently arrested one of its so-called ‘ABARYANKUNA’, Cassien Ntamuhanga, who is known for denying the genocide against the Tutsi, spreading hate and harassing the country.
Australia is one of the few countries that has become a haven for genocide perpetrators and deniers of the Genocide against the Tutsi.
Among them are perpetrators themselves and others from their families who chose to belittle it and vehemently deny it, these ones include Pacifique Gakindi who was imprisoned in Gishyita in the former Kibuye and worked on a Dutch project called SNV. After his imprisonment he escaped to Zambia and now resides in Queensland where he continued his campaign of denigrating and denying the genocide against the Tutsi and joining forces with Rwandan opposition groups including Kayumba Nyamwasa’s RNC & Paul Rusesabagina’s FLN.
Theogene Ngabo, leader of the Rwandan Association of Queensland
Other genocide perpetrators and deniers in Australia include Theogene Ngabo, leader of the Rwandan Association of Queensland, who is known for his extremism in denigrating and denying and supporting FLN groups, also known in Northern Rwanda in Muvumba for the brutal killings of Tutsis, according to Gacaca courts in the area.
Filbert Rwigema, who is also known for his role in the massacre of many Tutsis in Rwinkwavu, is also one of the perpetrators residing comfortably in Australia.
Nelson Muhirwa and Theophile Habarimana are some of the Rwandans living in Western Australia who are known for denying and belittling the Genocide against the Tutsi and collaborating with the FLN terrorist groups of Paul Rusesebagina and the RNC founded by Habarimana Theophile.
Noel Zihabamwe is one of the Rwandans born in Huye district in the Southern Province of Rwanda who is also denying the genocide against the Tutsi. this one is lying to Australians and foreigners that his relatives went missing while he knows exactly where he sent them to leave after they sold their properties.
Those tricks have become as a routine and excuses used by those who seeking to flee and calling themselves refugees and lie that their families have been reported missing or kidnapped and lied to whites and other officials and then come to say they are found and they should be evacuated.
It was Noel Zihabamwe’s lies he used to disparage in the media for allegedly being hired by the government and refusing, and that the Ambassador took a gun to his neck and that all of this had not been reported to the police or other authorities by the time he said it was happening.
Nubaha is a former president of Rwandan Association of Queensland with his father Frodouard Rukeshangabo .
Amiel Nubaha, who was born and raised in the genocidal ideology and denial of his father Rukeshangoga Froduard, who was sentenced by the Gacaca courts to 30 years in prison for more than 571 innocent Tutsis he killed in their organised and led attacks in Rubona.
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It is up to the international community to follow on perpetrators and deniers of the genocide perpetrated against the Tutsi in Rwanda and they must take the lead in preventing and bringing to courts all those people.
The Express News