Rwanda Police Raids Opposition Party Leaders Home

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Rwanda Police officers has today Morning raided home of Bonifas TwagiraImana the leader of opposition party FDU Inkingi. The raid was conducted by officers in police uniform and plain clothed officers.
Reliable sources told this publication that the party Vice president was together with the party treasurer Leonille Gesanganyire and Fabien Twagirayezu were immediately handcuffed as search at the house commenced.
Though Mr Bonifas has been living at the house it is believed that the house that doubles as FDU party offices belongs to the party president Victoire Ingabire who in 2013 was sentenced to 15 years by the supreme court of Rwanda for inciting Violence and undermining the security of the state
By time of filing this story our reporters couldn’t confirm whether it was police conducting the search as our repeated call to the National Police publicity ACP Theos Badege went un answered
The raid comes a few days after police raided and arrested another opposition activist Daine Rwigara and her family members over charges of tax evasion.
Theophile Ntirutwa party member who jumped into the compound to see what was going on in a locked compound came out running and some men were seen running after him, “shouting arrest him” prompting also reporters to run away.
Ntirutwa insists Police and the Bonifas Twagirimana with the colleagues are still at the house compound still handcuffed.
At the time of publishing, police was still occupying the compound.

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