The Rwandan general had been arrested on June 20th, 2015 while boarding a flight back to his country.
Today BBC reports that he has been unconditionally released by the UK judiciary. Initial charges have been dropped.
On June 25th, 2015 he had been ordered by the Westminster Magistrates Courts to remain in UK, report to the police daily, and pay a bail of £1 million.
Rwanda National Congress strongly condemns harassments and abuses against the family of the late Rwigara Assinapol.
Mr. Jean Chrysostome Ntirugiribambe was abducted in Nairobi on the 23th June, 2015. He was abducted at gunpoint from his car by three men whom one of them has been identified as Junior Steven Kazoora. After notifying the Kenyan police, it has been conducting an investigation, though there has been no information about Mr. Ntirugiribambe’s whereabouts; the police has managed to find a man whose car was used during the abduction.
Oslo: There might be legal actions against those who torn Victoire Ingabire’s photo into pieces and took Major Munyaruguru’s photo!
The news reaching at The Rwandan from Oslo the capital city of Norway, highlights that it might be possible to file a lawsuit against those who committed
Major Emmanuel Munyaruguru is a Norwegian citizen originally from Rwanda who has be missing for almost a year by now since his abduction in Uganda by Rwandan intelligence services. This is the reason why the demonstrators against Kagame’s visit to Norway in front of Radisson blu plaza Hotel were carrying Munyaruguru’s picture as they wanted the Norwegian premier minister Erna Solberg to ask president Kagame the whereabouts of this politician and human rights activist man from the city of Tromsø located in the north of Norway.
Meanwhile news coming from the city of Oslo in Norway on this evening of Monday the 06th July, 2015 describes into details the crashes between President Kagame supporters and those who were protesting