Rwanda tells off human-rights body over accusations of stifling opposition
Friday September 29 2017
Ms Diane Rwigara. FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP
This came after the human rights body, in a statement, criticising Rwandan authorities for arresting, forcibly disappearing and threatening political opponents since the August presidential elections.
In particular, they referred to the arrest of Diane Rwigara, her mother and sister on September 22, with police saying it had uncovered credible evidence linking the trio to offences linked to state security.