Rwandan opposition calls for massive protest against Paul Kagame in Chicago 10-12 June
by Immaculee Uwayezu
Join us in Chicago for a massive protest against Paul Kagame criminal record and dictatorship
Dear Fellow Rwandans and Friends of Rwanda,
Please talk to the media, call your representative and contact Hyatt Regency Hotel, 151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60601, Tel: +1 312 565 1234; Fax: +1312 239 4414.
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We are writing to express our concern and indignation that Hyatt Regency Hotel, a leader in hospitality in North America and around the Globe is planning to host a brutal dictator and deluded world criminal, General Paul Kagame of Rwanda.
Paul Kagame was cited in the UN Mapping report as the instigator of the killing of more than 3 million Rwandan refugees and Congolese citizens in Eastern Congo between 1996 and 2003.
Two international justice systems (French and Spanish) have indicted him, his generals, and his 40 close associates for having killed his predecessor and thousands of innocent civilians in Rwanda.
In months leading to his re-election in 2010, Rwandan opposition leaders, Victoire Ingabire, Deo Mushayidi and Bernard Ntaganda and journalists, Agnes Nkusi and Saidath Mukakibibi have been imprisoned while others were killed: Andrew Kagwa Rwisereka and Leonard Rugambage.
Recently, Paul Kagame attempted to the lives of Rwandan citizens member of the opposition residing in South Africa and UK.
Reports by the New York Times, the Guardian, the Independent and the BBC Newsnight have explained how the British Secret Services uncovered plans by Kagame’s henchmen to eliminate his political opponents in the UK.
The Rwandan Community in America is deeply concerned that same Paul Kagame is on a covert trip aimed at implementing his criminal enterprise in the USA to target overt and supposed opponents to his oppressive machine.
For all these reasons, many Rwandans and friends of Rwanda are prepared to come to Chicago on June 10-12, 2011 for a massive public protest against Paul Kagame dictatorship and criminal record both in Rwanda and the Congo.