The British government has arrested five suspected
By IGNATIUS SSUUNA
Monday, 13 November 2006
KIGALI: The British government has arrested five suspected Rwandan masterminds of the 1994 Genocide who have been basking in the UK as asylum seekers since 1998, the New Times has learnt.
Among the five, who were all senior leaders of the Hutu militia
during the Genocide, is one Vincent Bajinya, who has been allegedly
working for a London-based charity as a doctor; Emmanuel Ntezilyayo,
Charlesall Munyaneza and Celestin Ugirasebuja. Contacted Saturday,
Justice Minister, Tharcisse Karugarama told The New Times that the
five suspects were arrested by British police and would appear in
court to determine their deportation.
"Yes, it is true five genocide suspects have been arrested and more
investigations are being made to identify more," Karugarama said on
phone November 11.