Rwanda lost a political insight, a true revolutionary-RPP Boss

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in a condolence open letter to Late Aloysia Inyumba’s husband, the Rwanda People’s party Boss, John Karuranga said yesterday that Rwanda has lost an icon.

Mr. Karuranga praised Inyumba as “a true revolutionary.”

Here is his condolence massage.

Dear Dr. Richard Masozera,

On my behalf and of that of my party, the Rwanda People’s Party (Ishyaka Ry’Abaturage), I would like to express my condolences and deep sympathy to Dr Richard MASOZERA’s family for the loss their beloved one Aloisea INYUMBA.

On 6/12/2012 Dr Richard MASOZERA lost his beloved wife, his two children lost their loving and caring mother while relatives lost a much-loved and valued family member.

Rwanda as a nation has lost an extraordinary daughter, sister, mother, and courageous freedom fighter with unique qualities and exceptional political insight which combined passion and love for her country.

The nation has lost an iron lady and a true revolutionary who devoted her entire life to give a voice tothe voiceless. It is very sad that Aloisea INYUMBA is gone but she has left behind a lasting legacy ofthe new Rwanda that we all want.

There is no a single word that can describe the enormous sacrifices made by the late Aloisea INYUMBA, in her struggle against ethnic and genocide regime, her loyalty to her country and people and her determination to rebuild a new Rwanda. She committed her whole life to this cause and breathed her last breath for this cause.

At a personal level, Aloisea INYUMBA and I were both colleagues as well as political opponents. But this did not deter us from having fruitful debates and discussions about our country. My last contact with late Aloisea INYUMBA was in April 2012, at a time when we were exchanging East Holiday’s and Greetings.

On that day, the late Aloisea INYUMBA exhibited her deepest frustration and regretted my inadequate action in responding to her call to return to my mother country. Today, the late Aloisea INYUMBA is in a different world, but her warmth voice calling me to return to our promised land, still come knocking at the bottom of my heart.

My thoughts and prayers at this time are with the Dr Richard MASOZERA’s family and friends and the people of Rwanda at this very difficult and sad moment.

May her Soul Rest in Peace

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