Gerald Gahima: “Root Causes of Conflict Must be Addressed”

As Rwanda commemorates 18 years since the genocide that claimed the lives of some 800,000 people, a former Rwanda chief prosecutor has warned that the likelihood of renewed conflict, even conflict along sectarian lines, is very real in Rwanda. Gerald Gahima said the Rwandan society has the challenge of ensuring that violence like that experienced in the past does not recur. “Today, I believe that violence is almost inevitable if there is no political change in Rwanda, said Gahima who also served as Vice president of the Rwanda Supreme court.…

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