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Ask questions live to genocide-suspect General Kagame today on BBC

In a special edition of Africa Have Your Say, Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame will be answering your questions live on BBC World Service, today Tuesday 22 March at 1600 GMT.

Paul Kagame has been in control of Rwanda since the end of the genocide in 1994 triggered by his rebel army.
The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNOHCHR) has published in October 2010 the official “Report of the Mapping Exercise” in which General Kagame and his army are accused of genocide against Hutus. His political opponents, including Ms Victoire Ingabire, Deo Mushayidi, Bernard Ntaganda and many others, are locked in jail. To his admirers he is an economic visionary but his critics say he has put development before democracy and political freedom.
Who do you agree with? What are his views on what is happening in Rwanda, in Congo, in Ivory Coast, in Libya and elsewhere? This is an opportunity to ask your questions directly to the General Kagame?

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2 kanyemera { 03.22.11 at 2:11 pm }

I love the president, but i real don’t know why they said that the Rwandan genocide is the genocide of tutsis? How about Hutus who were killed by interahamwe in 1994, where do we clasify them. It should be called a rwandan genocide, and we can all mourn for our people who died without dividing people, while hold accountable all killers no matter who they are. I am a mixed. hutu and tutsi. and i have victims on both side, eaither killed by interahamwe or criminals in the name of RPH. And whenevr i go to my parents house as used to be, I see these criminals and thieves hanging aroung and are now a part of government. I real feel sad and sorry for them. But, the day will come and they will face justice. I think the government of rwanda is changing the way is doing its business. I am praying very hard for all rwandans who dies, no mater who they are.

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