Trapped in Rwanda: Presidential hopeful, Victoire IngabireVictoire Ingabire Umuhoza, the President of the United Democratic Forces opposition party in Rwanda now accuses the ruling RPF party of President Paul Kagame of planting spies on her. Ingabire has told 256news.com her former vice, Joseph Ntawangundi, who was sentenced this month to 17 years in jail by a Gacaca court, is being used to reveal all the secrets of UDF secrets and the people the party leader is collaborating with. Ntawangundi was found guilty for his role in the killing of eight Tutsis at the Agro-Veterinary school of Gitwe, in Rwandas Eastern province of which he was the principal in 1994. At the opening of his retrial on March 17, the defendant claimed that he had never been the school's principal and that he was in Sweden during the Rwandan genocide. However, he finally admitted that he had been running the school for three months when the genocide started. Ntawangundi explained that there was nothing he could do to protect the victims as he was new to the school and Gitwe, hardly knowing anybody. In a twist of events, Ingabire has disclosed to 256news.com, that well placed sources close to Gacaca Executive Secretariat has informed her that Ntawangundi was briefed to admit the case and in future, the government would help him out of prison. In return, he would assist the government to reveal all the secrets of UDF party. According to Ingabire, before the ruling, Ntawagundi had a whole day's meeting with some government officials among them Gacaca Executive secretary, Dometilla Mukatanganzwa. The meeting reportedly took place at Gitwe Prison in the offices of the head of prison. 256news.com has also landed on reports of how the Kigali government has instructed former FDLR rebels who surrendered last year to pin Ingabire on how she is collaborating with FDLR in DR Congo jungles. Ingabire and Ntawangundi both returned from exile in January to register their political party, created in exile. Earlier this week, one of her aides told 256news.com they had intercepted information that state security agencies are fabricating evidence against Ingabire who is forbidden to leave Rwanda.