Anti-Rwanda networks entangled in their web of lies are regurgitating a hoax that failed to hold water

Social media is awash with laughter, following dramatic scenes of terrorist groups comprised of Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza’s FDU-Inkingi, and an offshoot of terrorist Kayumba Nyamwasa’s RNC that calls itself Rwanda Alliance for National Pact (RANP-Abaryankuna). This mob yesterday took to social media platforms to cry crocodile tears that some of their henchmen went “missing”.

The foreign-based terrorist groups in their obituaries accused Rwanda of masterminding “enforced and involuntary disappearances” against some top members of their terrorist organizations. Fictitious rhetoric that was quick to boomerang on them since the very same narrative has continuously failed to bear scrutiny, given Rwanda’s record in the protection of human rights.

It was not the first time that the groups claimed that theirs are missing. In a previous similar state of affairs, Ingabire, FDU-Inkingi’s de-facto leader, raised a fake 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 or terrorist outfits that operated in eastern DRC.

One such “missing person” was an individual called Gaston Munyabugingo, whom the law enforcers caught in the act while attempting to flee Rwanda to join P5 militias in their hideouts in Eastern Congo. It is the same case for other members whom the terrorist organizations alleged “went missing” since the former deployed the latter both in P5 and FDLR to wreak terrorism on Rwanda.

FDU-Inkingi and Abaryankuna’s claptrap should be treated with the contempt it deserves.

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