An outspoken critic of Rwanda’s President, Paul Kagame has denied state charges of forgery and inciting insurrection leveled against her when she appeared in court on Wednesday.
Diane Rwigara, the opposition political activist and critic of Rwanda's President Paul Kagame could face long jail term after state prosecutors on Tuesday reviewed charges against her.
The Rwandan women’s activist Diane Shima Rwigara who is a critic of President Paul Kagame is now facing treason charges after her latest arrest on Friday by police in Rwanda.
Police in Rwanda on Friday for the second time arrested a women's activist Diane Shima Rwigara who is a critic of President Paul Kagame.
Police in Rwanda have confirmed the arrest of some members of the country’s two opposition parties on Thursday. The two parties, FDU-Inkingi and the PDP-Imanzi according to officials are not recognised officially and will now be questioned…
Police in Rwanda have arrested a critic of President Paul Kagame charging her for forgery and tax evasion, although she has denied the allegations.
Rwandan police said on Wednesday they were investigating Diane Shima Rwigara - a critic of President Paul Kagame barred from challenging him in elections this month - for tax evasion and forgery.
Paul Kagame was inaugurated on Friday to serve for the next seven years as President of Rwanda after winning re-election this month with nearly 99 percent of the vote.
Even though the Rwandan constitution stipulates a multiparty system, voters yet again had no real choice between candidates in what only appeared to be a free and democratic election.
Incumbent leader Paul Kagame swept to a landslide victory in Rwanda's presidential election, securing a third term in office and extending his 17 years in power, final results showed on Saturday.