CNDP faction leader held by Rwanda police

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By Robert Mugabe

Patrice Habarurema Hitimana the CNDP official who recently announced that he has formed his new splitter faction have been arrested by Rwandan police in Rubavu and transported to CID headquarter Tuesday night.

Hitimana was the director of cabinet of National Congress for the Defence of the People (CNDP) created on 30 December 2006, until this week when he declared openly that he has formed his splitter faction against RDC and not working with Rwanda.

“We can not keep this man here in Gisenyi and continue to declare that he is fighting another country. Why does he want to threaten DRC security on our territory? He was heard telling Congolese media that his new breakaway is against DRC and yet continue to live here,” the police source said

According to our sources, Hitimana who is a resident of Rubavu district of Gisenyi sector told the Congolese media that he was to fight the Congolese government which is enjoying the flourishing relations with Rwanda.

The Gisenyi sector executive secretary Christian Dukuze confirmed to this blog that Hitimana was his resident and he has a family residing near ULK Gisenyi campus that he had heard rumors of his declarations against DRC government

“Police took him from some where and sent the massage to his wife at home and unfortunately the man was doing his politics and business in DRC and living in Rwanda the reason why police took him,” the source told this blog

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