UDF INKINGI Condemns Acts Of Intimidation By Kagame’s RPF militia
After the physical attack perpetrated against Victoire Ingabire in Kigali on Wednesday, UDF INKINGI alias FDU Inkingi issues a declaration condemning the Kagame government:
“UDF INKINGI hold the government responsible of that incident, as it took place in a government building, without any intervention at all from the authority. This is a grotesque and horrific practice of terror towards an opposition candidate.
This is just the latest in a growing list of blatant attacks and harassments that compromise public confidence in our security systems. The reign of terror being carried out by certain sectors of the administration, the police forces and militia lynching is unacceptable.
We mainly refer to other incidents that occurred on Wednesday 27th January 2010, at Nyagasambu (Kigali). Exercising our rights to freedom of movements in our country, our two vehicles were ordered by police officers to pull off. Drivers’ Licenses and vehicles registration papers were confiscated. The official charge was “careless driving”. Unable to substantiate the allegations on spot, the officers confirmed that they received orders from their hierarchy to stop our vehicles.
This is notwithstanding the numerous hate editorials of a section of public and hate media.
UDF INKINGI warns that these coward acts of intimidation will not deter the party from its resolve to push ahead for more democratization of the country.
UDF INKINGI calls on the government to face its responsibilities and stop these acts which may jeopardize the whole electoral process.”