Outrage as criminal IVU repeats offences that saw her sentenced to 15-year jail term

As if Ingabire Victoire Umuhoza (IVU) hasn’t learned a thing while in prison, the convicted genocide denier has been caught in yet another criminality openly espousing double genocide theory; a crime she also committed in the last 12 years.

It was in an opinion piece that IVU published in a Belgian Newspaper, “Le Vif” while petitioning the International Community to weigh in and pressure the Rwandan Government into accepting what she refers to as the “Inter-Rwandan Dialogue before the 2024 general elections” as part of her constant futile efforts to fully win the praise of a “legitimate opposition figure” whom she is not and won’t be.

In assertions visibly meant for a naïve and gullible audience, the rogue woman shamelessly wrote that there are currently conflict positions among the Rwandan people due to the “absence of a memorial to the victims of war crimes committed in Rwanda.”

The unrepentant genocide denier was echoing an incendiary statement she made in 2010 upon her return from the Netherlands, that time she incensed Genocide survivors when she said, right at the Gisozi memorial site, that it was “a symbol of the Genocide against the Tutsi only”, but that “Hutu victims also had to be remembered.”

IVU was subsequently arrested and handed a 15 year-imprisonment by the Supreme Court, after it found her guilty of inciting the masses to revolt against the government, forming armed groups to destabilize the country, and minimize the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

In September 2018, IVU benefited from presidential clemency and got released from prison, only to start abusing that clemency. She had written to the President many times begging for clemency and committing to change (see copies of her manuscript letters).

When is it time for law enforcers to consider revoking this revisionist criminal’s pardon, so that she serves the rest of her sentence?

Justice delayed is justice denied!

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