Paroled convicted criminal Ingabire Victoire Umuhoza (IVU) has become a meme after she blatantly took to social media to share an obituary of a certain Eugene Ndereyimana, one of her henchmen whom the she lies “went missing”.
Funny enough, IVU dragged in law enforcers to “intervene” but the rhetoric was, as usual, quick to boomerang on her. Rwandan social media accounts assured the unrepentant criminal that they are used to her incessant nonsense that she advances in her futile efforts to fraudulently win the accolade of “opposition figure.”
It is not the first time Ingabire claimed someone in her camp went missing. In a previous similar incident, she raised a false alarm that “FDU Inkingi members have gone missing!” These people, however, were later found amongst the so-called P5 group – a consortium of illegal armed terrorist outfits that operated in eastern DRC.
The claimed “missing person” was one Gaston Munyabugingo, whom the law enforcers caught in the act while attempting to flee Rwanda to join P5 militias in their hideouts in the Eastern Congo.
History will never forget that in 2013 Ingabire was handed 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.
However, in September 2018, the unrepentant and heartless criminal benefited from presidential clemency to be released from prison, only to abuse that clemency.
IVU is increasingly committing crimes that ought to go unnoticed as far as accountability is concerned, and she ignores that she is yet to enjoy full freedom as per provisions of article 250 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Law No. 30/2013 of 24/5/2013).
She is no different from other Rwandan citizens, she must be held to account for her crimes. Concerned law enforcers should consider revoking this revisionist criminal’s parole so that she serves the rest of her sentence.