The new media platform as well “mobilizes Rwandan people for peaceful change.”
The revelation could ratchet up tensions in Rwanda considering that top Kagame critics will use the radio to shell his government. The likes of Rudasingwa have in the past given Kigali headache. He at one time accused Kagame of shooting down former President Juvenal Habyarimana’s plane, an incident that is believed to have sparked genocide in the country. The accusation triggered a public relations nightmare for Rwanda. Asked about the location of Radio Itahuka’s headquarters, Rudasingwa told Chimpreports.com news desk that locality does not matter.
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Gen Kayumba Nyamwasa explains why he parted ways from Paul Kagame's regime on Radio Itahuka.
"Mnataka kujua nini? Sikuzaliwa ili nipate nishani... "Please don't make it an issue, acheni suala hilo ni uchonganishi, acheni," - Malecela.