Rwandan opposition leader Bernard Ntaganda in peril after prison hunger strike

by Ann Garrison KPFA Evening News, broadcast Sept. 15, 2013 Transcript KPFA Evening News Anchor David Rosenberg: Rwandan opposition leader Bernard Ntaganda is reported to be in perilous condition after going on a hunger strike to protest inhumane conditions in Rwanda’s Mpanga Prison, which is also known as Rwanda’s Guantanamo. Rwanda has been a close ally and military partner of the U.S. since President Kagame and his Rwandan Patriotic Front seized power in 1994. KPFA’s Ann Garrison has more.   On Jan. 17, 2010, Bernard Ntaganda greeted fellow opposition leader Victoire…

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