Justice for Rwanda as genocide fugitive Kabuga arrested

Genocide general Felicien Kabuga was arrested in France on Saturday.
The man has been on the run for 26 years. He was widely believed to have been living in Kenya, where he owns several properties in the upmarket Kileleshwa and Kilimani areas.

Kabuga is the key suspect in the murder of more than 0ne million people in Rwanda in 1994.

Most of the genocide suspects were initially holed up in Kenya, but most have been killed under mysterious circumstances.
The hit man-caused mayhem in Rwanda and it took decades by a concerned international community and the tenacity of President Paul Kagame to rebuild the Rwanda nation.

Today, Rwanda ranks above the most peaceful and progressive country in Africa.

The country is now on a full lockdown to control COVID 19 pandemic.
The Kagame government has supplied free food to all the vulnerable people.
The Rwandese Government is the official sponsor of the Arsenal Football Club.

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