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Scribe drags Kigali newspaper vendors to court

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Andrew Mwenda

Kigali-It was becoming like a culture in Kigali when the paper with breaking stories, and tabloids with attracting rumors could triple or double the price and nobody seemed to care but to Andrew Mwenda it was a matter of time.

Ismael Manzi, Alexandre’ Sengiyumva AKA Samandora, the newspaper vendors at mille -collines site, were reportedly arrested on Thursday August 04, 2011 by the publisher of regional news magazine “The Independent” Andrew Mwenda after calling Nyarugenge police commander for a help.

The two vendors are accused to have changed the price of the current copy of Independent and at least doubled the price. Also Rwanda dispatch and a previews local tabloid Ishema is reportedly to have suffered the same blackmail.

“…Andrew Mwenda was like purchasing the independent, around 6:50-7:00 Pm and he saw the price changed, so he immediately called Nyarugenge police commander who took the boys to detention,” a vendor who was at the site said.

Speaking to the prosecution spokesman, Allan Mukurulinda confirmed the arrest and added that when they are convicted, will serve 5-10years inn prison.

“The suspects will be to court next week. In their offences include the element of extortion and counterfeit possibly with blackmail,” Mukuralinda said in the telephone interview with Great Lakes Voice.

The two vendors were aligned before the prosecutor Tuesday 09, 2011.

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