Rwanda : Ubuyobozi bwa Radiyo Impala burahamagarira inzego zose z’ubuyobozi gutabara abaturage bicwa urubozo !

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Iyi ni imirambo yatoraguwe mu kiyaga cya Rweru! Ng'urwo urupfu abacu baburiwe irengero bari kwicwa!

Iyi ni imirambo yatoraguwe mu kiyaga cya Rweru! Ng'urwo urupfu abacu baburiwe irengero bari kwicwa!

Radio Impala ibabajwe n'inzira karengane zikomeza kwicwa hirya no hino mu gihugu cy'u Rwanda. Ntabwo abanyarwanda bakomeza kurebera no gushungera kandi abana b'u Rwanda barimo bicwa urubozo. Turamenyesha ko abagize uruhare urwo ari rwose, uwo ari we wese aho bari bose ko amaherezo bazafatwa kandi bakabihanirwa.
 
Ubwicanyi mu gihugu cy'u Rwanda bugenda bwiyongera buri munsi, Turasaba Gouvernement y'u Rwanda cyane cyane Ministre w'intebe ko yakwisobanura ku banyarwanda, uburyo Guvernement ashinzwe yananiwe kurengera rubanda, Ministre ufite inshingano z'umutekano w'abanyarwanda yakagombye kwegura, si nangombwa ko babimusaba, yakagombye kwibwiriza akavaho, kuko inshingano ze zamunaniye.
 
Turasaba inzego za Polise kugaragaza vuba abagize uruhare mu kwicwa kw'abanyarwanda twumva hirya no hino mu gihugu, kandi niba batabishoboye nabo begure, kandi mu maguru mashya. Turasaba abadepite kuduha ibisobanuro vuba aho gukomeza kurebera, izo ntumwa za rubanda zikomeza kurebera aho ababatumye kubavugira bagenda bicwa buri munsi, nabo biyicariye mu nteko ntawe ukoma.

Niba badashobora kuvugira rubanda, baravugira nde? barakorera nde? Akazi ko kurengera rubanda no kubavugira niba mutagashoboye, musezere muveho, aho gutesha abanyarwanda igihe, cyangwa mu babeshya ngo murabahagarariye. Dukeneye kwumva ijwi ry’ubwinshi bw'abategarugori mu nteko nshinga mategeko, ntabwo ababyeyi mwagakomeje kurebera, abumva iyi nkuru, turabasaba kwerekana no kwumvikanisha ijwi ryanyu, kereka niba ibyo babatoreye atari kurengera inyungu z'abanyarwanda.
 
Abakuru ba Polise, bagomba kuduha ibisobanuro bihagije, cyangwa se niba akazi karabananiye begure baveho. ubutegetsi bwose, bubereyeho kubera inyungu z'abaturage, ni mutavaho cyangwa ngo mukore akazi kanyu, tuzasaba abaturage ubwabo gushiruka ubwoba bakazabivaniraho.
 
Amashyaka mu Rwanda yitwa ko arengera inyungu za rubanda, PSD urihe ko tutakwumva? FPR yo kwaba ari ukwigiza nkana tuyibajije, kuko niyo yakagombye kujya imbere igasobanura ibibera mu Rwanda, kuko ubutegetsi buri mu maboko yabo, turayasaba ko yatangaza ku mugaragaro, ingamba afite mu kurengera, abanyarwanda kandi mu gihe gito.
 
Inzego za Polise, nazo zakagombye kuvaho hakajyaho ababifitiye ubushobozi, kandi niba Gouvernement yose itabasha kugarura umutekano, no kurinda ubuzima bw'abana b'abanyarwanda, nayo yose yakagombye kwegura. Radio Impala irasaba Premier Ministre kwisobanura no gutangaza ingamba afite mu gushyira imbere y'ubutabera abakomeza kwicisha abantu.
 
Turaburira abayobozi b'u Rwanda, ko umutekano wa buri mwana w'u Rwanda ugomba kubahirizwa, turarambiwe no kwumva abicwa hirya no hino, ibura ry'abana b'abanyarwanda, ni mutabihagarika vuba, tuzabivaniraho, nti murusha ingufu abaturage. Radiyo Impala irasaba Opposition yose gushyira hamwe, hakajya ho ibikorwa byo kurengera abanyarwanda, ibibazo bya idéologie mudahuje, muzaba mu byiga nyuma, mu maze kurengera abanyarwanda.
 
Turasaba amahanga, imiryango idafite aho ibogamiye gukurikirana hafi ibibera mu Rwanda, kugirango uburenganzira bwa muntu bwubahirizwe. Nta mu nyarwanda n'umwe ugomba kuvutswa ubuzima bwe, kandi nta mu nyarwanda n'umwe wakagombye gukomeza kurebera ubwicanyi burimo bubera mu gihugu, Twese hamwe duhaguruke turengere abacu.
 
Ubuyobozi bwa Radio Impala.

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Gen Omega wa FDLR: gukora revolution 30/08/2014 14:33

muri FDLR hari General uteye ubwoba witwa Gen NTAWUNGUKA PACIFIQUE ISRAEL aka Afande OMEGA. Uyu ni general w'intiti cyane.Amaze iminsi avuye muri RSA muri training. Uyu ni umurwanyi uteye ubwoba kuburyo ariwe warwanyije aba M23.Niwe watumye M23 itsindwa.NONE DORE AGIYE GUKORA REVOLUTION ya hatari

FDLR:Nyamwasa case in RSA is politically motivated,said the Judge 30/08/2014 10:21

Rwandan Nyamwasa murder plot: Four guilty in South Africa Gen Nyamwasa was in court to hear the verdict
Continue reading the main story
Rwanda: Haunted Nation100 days of slaughter
A good man in Rwanda
Survivor's story
Death of an exile

Four men have been found guilty of trying to murder Rwanda's former army chief, Gen Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, in South Africa in June 2010.

Another two suspects, including the alleged ringleader and the general's former driver, were acquitted.

The magistrate said the shooting of Gen Nyamwasa was politically motivated.

The general had gone to live in exile in South Africa several months earlier after falling out with his former ally, Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

Continue reading the main story

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The magistrate has correctly observed that the conspiracy to kill me was politically motivated”
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Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa

Rwandan ex-army chief

Rwanda has denied involvement in the shooting.

The sentences will handed down on 10 September.

The BBC's Nomsa Maseko says Gen Nyamwasa, his wife and daughter were in court to hear the verdict in Kagiso near Krugersdorp, about 25km (15 miles) north-west of Johannesburg.

"The magistrate has correctly observed that the conspiracy to kill me was politically motivated," he said afterwards.

'Paid in cash'

Rwandan businessman, Pascal Kanyandekwe, alleged to have been the mastermind of the assassination, was cleared of attempting to bribe South African police as they tried to arrest him near Johannesburg's Oliver Tambo airport in July 2010.

Six men accused of involvement in the assassination attempt pleaded not guilty
The items found in his possession proved he knew about conspiracy to murder but there was insufficient evidence to convict him, Magistrate Stanley Mkhari said.

Gen Nyamwasa and his wife had been returning to their home in Johannesburg from a shopping trip on 19 June 2010 when the would-be assassins approached their car.

The magistrate said that prosecutors had failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that their Rwandan driver Richard Bachisa was involved in the plot.

The judge said it was clear the four other accused had met on a number of occasions to discuss plans to kill Gen Nyamwasa and that they were paid in cash.

Magistrate Mkhari said the plot was politically motivated and emanated "from a certain group of people from Rwanda".

He said he was satisfied that Hemedi Dendengo Sefu, a Tanzanian national, was the gunman and that Amani Uriwane, a Rwandan, Hassann Mohammedi Nduli and Sady Abdou - both Tanzanians - were his accomplices.

'Lucky to be alive'

Gen Nyamwasa helped Mr Kagame come to power and was appointed army chief of staff in 1998.

They had both been in the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) rebel movement which put a stop to the country's genocide in 1994 after some 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed.

Mr Kagame became president in 2000.

BBC:Kagame is the killer in South Africa 30/08/2014 10:20

Rwandan Nyamwasa murder plot: Four guilty in South Africa Gen Nyamwasa was in court to hear the verdict
Continue reading the main story
Rwanda: Haunted Nation100 days of slaughter
A good man in Rwanda
Survivor's story
Death of an exile

Four men have been found guilty of trying to murder Rwanda's former army chief, Gen Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, in South Africa in June 2010.

Another two suspects, including the alleged ringleader and the general's former driver, were acquitted.

The magistrate said the shooting of Gen Nyamwasa was politically motivated.

The general had gone to live in exile in South Africa several months earlier after falling out with his former ally, Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

Continue reading the main story

Start Quote
The magistrate has correctly observed that the conspiracy to kill me was politically motivated”
End Quote
Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa

Rwandan ex-army chief

Rwanda has denied involvement in the shooting.

The sentences will handed down on 10 September.

The BBC's Nomsa Maseko says Gen Nyamwasa, his wife and daughter were in court to hear the verdict in Kagiso near Krugersdorp, about 25km (15 miles) north-west of Johannesburg.

"The magistrate has correctly observed that the conspiracy to kill me was politically motivated," he said afterwards.

'Paid in cash'

Rwandan businessman, Pascal Kanyandekwe, alleged to have been the mastermind of the assassination, was cleared of attempting to bribe South African police as they tried to arrest him near Johannesburg's Oliver Tambo airport in July 2010.

Six men accused of involvement in the assassination attempt pleaded not guilty
The items found in his possession proved he knew about conspiracy to murder but there was insufficient evidence to convict him, Magistrate Stanley Mkhari said.

Gen Nyamwasa and his wife had been returning to their home in Johannesburg from a shopping trip on 19 June 2010 when the would-be assassins approached their car.

The magistrate said that prosecutors had failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that their Rwandan driver Richard Bachisa was involved in the plot.

The judge said it was clear the four other accused had met on a number of occasions to discuss plans to kill Gen Nyamwasa and that they were paid in cash.

Magistrate Mkhari said the plot was politically motivated and emanated "from a certain group of people from Rwanda".

He said he was satisfied that Hemedi Dendengo Sefu, a Tanzanian national, was the gunman and that Amani Uriwane, a Rwandan, Hassann Mohammedi Nduli and Sady Abdou - both Tanzanians - were his accomplices.

'Lucky to be alive'

Gen Nyamwasa helped Mr Kagame come to power and was appointed army chief of staff in 1998.

They had both been in the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) rebel movement which put a stop to the country's genocide in 1994 after some 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed.

Mr Kagame became president in 2000.

Kagame ngo niwe warashe NYAMWASA 30/08/2014 10:20

Rwandan Nyamwasa murder plot: Four guilty in South Africa Gen Nyamwasa was in court to hear the verdict
Continue reading the main story
Rwanda: Haunted Nation100 days of slaughter
A good man in Rwanda
Survivor's story
Death of an exile

Four men have been found guilty of trying to murder Rwanda's former army chief, Gen Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, in South Africa in June 2010.

Another two suspects, including the alleged ringleader and the general's former driver, were acquitted.

The magistrate said the shooting of Gen Nyamwasa was politically motivated.

The general had gone to live in exile in South Africa several months earlier after falling out with his former ally, Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

Continue reading the main story

Start Quote
The magistrate has correctly observed that the conspiracy to kill me was politically motivated”
End Quote
Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa

Rwandan ex-army chief

Rwanda has denied involvement in the shooting.

The sentences will handed down on 10 September.

The BBC's Nomsa Maseko says Gen Nyamwasa, his wife and daughter were in court to hear the verdict in Kagiso near Krugersdorp, about 25km (15 miles) north-west of Johannesburg.

"The magistrate has correctly observed that the conspiracy to kill me was politically motivated," he said afterwards.

'Paid in cash'

Rwandan businessman, Pascal Kanyandekwe, alleged to have been the mastermind of the assassination, was cleared of attempting to bribe South African police as they tried to arrest him near Johannesburg's Oliver Tambo airport in July 2010.

Six men accused of involvement in the assassination attempt pleaded not guilty
The items found in his possession proved he knew about conspiracy to murder but there was insufficient evidence to convict him, Magistrate Stanley Mkhari said.

Gen Nyamwasa and his wife had been returning to their home in Johannesburg from a shopping trip on 19 June 2010 when the would-be assassins approached their car.

The magistrate said that prosecutors had failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that their Rwandan driver Richard Bachisa was involved in the plot.

The judge said it was clear the four other accused had met on a number of occasions to discuss plans to kill Gen Nyamwasa and that they were paid in cash.

Magistrate Mkhari said the plot was politically motivated and emanated "from a certain group of people from Rwanda".

He said he was satisfied that Hemedi Dendengo Sefu, a Tanzanian national, was the gunman and that Amani Uriwane, a Rwandan, Hassann Mohammedi Nduli and Sady Abdou - both Tanzanians - were his accomplices.

'Lucky to be alive'

Gen Nyamwasa helped Mr Kagame come to power and was appointed army chief of staff in 1998.

They had both been in the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) rebel movement which put a stop to the country's genocide in 1994 after some 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed.

Mr Kagame became president in 2000.

FDLR:Aloysia Inyumba:Masozera nawe arapfuye 30/08/2014 09:54

Umugabo wa Aloysie Inyuma wishe n'uburozi bwa Jeannette Kgame nawe yafaswe.Ngo bagiye kumwica mu minsi mikeya.Yewe ibyo mu Rwanda birakomeye

FDLR 30/08/2014 09:53

mu Rwanda hari 100 generals mu gisirikari .Muribo harimo umuhutu umwe gusaaa!!!!Genda FPR waratsinze mu kuibeshya.Harya ngo FDLR izaza gukora iki mu Rwanda?
Ikindi mu Rwanda nta muhutu ubona akazi keza ubaho: bose bigira mu KWIGISHA gusa.Abahutu bose bibera ba mwalimu. Niyo mpamvu ubona abahutu mu Rwanda bahindutse abakene kandi nyamra 90% mu Rwanda ni abahutu.Ibi koko twakomeza kubyemera?

Mr. A 30/08/2014 09:07

"Major Richard Masozera was first asked if he believed the rumours, he declined and indicated that it was all rumours."... so 'believing' a rumour is a crime now?!! No, actually, having heard of any rumours or even have a thinking mind in Rwand makes you a suspect.
I am still wondering, the rest of Rwandans who are in the system will look on to this with a deaf and blind eye because they think they are not directly affected and some will probably betray/distance themselves from their fellow Rwandans calling them traitors/enemies of the state all in the name of keeping their jobs as many did it when Kozito and others were arrested and then they started blah blah'ing about ndumunyarwanda. All I can say is that whoever doesn't condemn these deeds is in actually fact encouraging them to go on and an indirect culprit especially the so called leaders in Rwanda and many in the diaspora.

any 30/08/2014 00:20

Send all messages of this Rwandese victims in lake rweru to Mr. Martin Kobler and see his reaction please..