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‘Hypocrisy’ of Ingabire exposed as her daughter and grandchildren fly to Rwanda

By Fred Gashema

Ingabire has hypocritically kept claiming “Rwanda is unsafe” but her Europe-based daughter and grandchildren have come visiting

Together with her two toddlers, Raissa Ujeneza, a daughter of Victoire Ingabire jetted into the country last Sunday from the Netherlands to visit her mother. This is despite the latter’s incessant claims that “Rwanda is an unsafe country” (though it has been revealed repeatedly that she is the one whose goal is to destabilize the country through her work as a leader of subversive groups).

“You always say that Rwanda is unsafe, and that people are even killed,” Rwandans on Twitter were quick to point out. “If Rwanda is that unsafe, why then do you allow your daughter and grandchildren to come in!” asked dozens of Twitter accounts.

Rwandans have been roasting Ingabire on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Adding, “Will you send your daughter and her children to FDLR and RUD-Urunana just like you sent children of others?”

On several occasions, Ingabire has issued press statements claiming “there is no security in Rwanda”.

On several occasions, Ingabire has issued press statements claiming “there is no security in Rwanda”.

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Ingabire’s daughter obviously feels safe enough to visit Rwanda, something that according to commentators has exposed the hypocrisy of all the propaganda by Ingabire and groups that support her. “Family is the last thing that anyone would risk; so if Ingabire meant that Rwanda is ‘so insecure’ how then would she permit her daughter and grandchildren to fly all the way from the Netherlands?” a commentator asked.

In 2012 Victoire Ingabire was sentenced to 15 years for forming armed groups aimed at destabilizing Rwanda’s security, and of minimizing the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. In August 2018 she walked out of prison after her sentence was commuted by the Presidential prerogative of mercy following her numerous applications for clemency.

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