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VIRUNGA POST

Reliable sources indicate that preparations to send a file requesting the South African government to arrest and extradite RNC terror masterminds are in advanced stage

By Justus Gashugi

On 13 September 2013 a team of terrorists infiltrated into the country to launch grenades in areas which large numbers of ordinary people frequent, such as markets and taxi parks.

Their plan succeeded. The day after, on 14 September, they lobbed two grenades into a crowded Kicukiro market, claiming two innocent lives, and injuring forty-six.

The subsequent trial of those involved and apprehended revealed that the Rwanda National Congress (RNC), a terrorist organisation, was behind the attacks whose intent, according to one of the planners, was to create fear in the population in the lead-up to the parliamentary elections slated for November that year.

It now seems the time may be up for the terror masterminds; victims and their families may finally…

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Didier Champion is a Rwandan/African storyteller. I was born and raised in Rwanda. I speak 3 languages. Kinyarwanda, English, and French. From Rwanda (my home country), to the United States (my adoptive country), and Europe, where I am currently working, I take the Rwandan and African pride with me. I am a Rwandan Pan-Africanist who love sharing African stories. Although I am a trained Energy Engineer, my passion is in business and entrepreneurship. My topics about Africa focuses on an aid-free Africa relying on trade, tourism, innovation, and technology. I dream about a self-reliant Africa whose financial freedom is unshakeable. An Africa that consumes what It produces & produces what it consumes. I love traveling across Africa, exploring the beauty of our continent and learning about how to make it in Africa. I am always encouraged by the African Youth with same dreams and aspirations. For more, follow me on twitter and follow this blog to stay in touch. Thank you Didier

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