Agathe Habyarimana, born Agathe Kanziga, is the widow of former Rwandan president Juvénal Habyarimana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Agathe Habyarimana"
Alfred Musema ( 22 August, 1949- ) is a Rwandan businessperson. On 27 January, 2000, he was found guilty of three counts of genocide and crimes against humanity for his role in the Rwandan genocide, where he commited acts of rape and murder. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfred Musema"
Athanase Seromba (born 1963), Rwandan priest who is charged for his alleged involvement in the Rwandan genocide. At the time of the genocide, Seromba was priest of a Catholic parish in the Kibuye province of western Rwanda. He is charged for the deaths of around 2,000 Tutsis who took refuge in his parish. According to the charges brought against him, Seromba ordered his parish to be bulldozed, and then shot the survivors between April 6th and 20th, 1994. Seromba fled Rwanda in 1994 to Europe and, lived in Italy using the alias Anastasio Sumba Bura. Under pressure from Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Seromba surrendered himself to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) on February 6th, 2002. On February 8th, 2002 he pleaded not guilty to the charges of genocide, complicity in genocide, conspiracy to commit genocide and extermination as a crime against humanity. His trial began on September 20th, 2004 before the Third Trial Chamber of the ICTR. ...more on Wikipedia about "Athanase Seromba"
Désiré Munyaneza (born 1966?) is a Rwandan man currently living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is notable as the first man to be arrested in Canada on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity, for his alleged role in the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Désiré Munyaneza"
Dr. Donald Kaberuka (born October 5 1951) is a Rwandan economist and the current President of the African Development Bank. ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Kaberuka"
Elizaphan Ntakirutimana (born 1924 in Kibuye), is a pastor of the Seventh-Day-Adventists. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elizaphan Ntakirutimana"
Étienne Nzabonimana, formerly a small businessman in Kirwa, Rwanda, was convicted in Belgium on June 29, 2005 for his role in the Rwandan genocide of 1994. Specifically, eyewitnesses argued that he was a leader of the Kibungo Club, which was allegedly planning the genocide in advance, and that he had overseen certain massacres in the Kibungo region. Prosecutors argued that he and his half-brother, Samuel Ndashyikirwa, provided vehicles to Rwandan soldiers along with weapons and beer. Found guilty of aiding Hutu militias in killing 50,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus, he will serve 12 years in prison, while his half-brother will serve ten. ...more on Wikipedia about "Étienne Nzabonimana"
Félicien Kabuga (born 1935) is an Rwandan businessman, accused of participating in the Rwandan Genocide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Félicien Kabuga"
Hassan Ngeze (born 1962) is a Rwandan journalist, best known for his Hutu Ten Commandments, which fomented anti- Tutsi feeling among Rwandan Hutus prior to the Rwandan Genocide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hassan Ngeze"
Ignace Murwanashyaka is the current leader of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda, a Rwandan Hutu rebel group operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ignace Murwanashyaka"
Jean Marie Higiro born c. 1950 was the former head of Television and Radio broadcasting in the Republic of Rwanda. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean Marie Higiro"
Jean-Damascène Bizimana is a Rwandan diplomat and the former ambassador of Rwanda to the United Nations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean-Damascène Bizimana"
Joseph Kavaruganda (died 7 April 1994) was a Rwandan judge, and president of Rwanda's Constitional Court. He was killed at the beginning of the Rwandan Genocide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph Kavaruganda"
Léon Mugesera is a Rwandan man, resident in Quebec, Canada since 1992. He is currently facing deportation hearings in Canada for an inflammatory anti- Tutsi speech which his critics allege was a precursor to the 1994 Rwandan genocide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Léon Mugesera" http://www.shortopedia.com - Xtending Info.
This is a list of notable people from Rwanda. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Rwandans"
HM Mutara III. (or Rudahigwa) ( 1912? - 1959) was the Tutsi king of Rwanda between 1931 and 1959. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mutara III of Rwanda"
Obed Ruzindana ( 1962- ) is a Rwandan businessperson who owned a small transport company. His father, Elie Murakaza, was the mayor of the Mugonero commune. Although of Hutu birth, in 1991 he married a Tutsi woman he had known since his youth. ...more on Wikipedia about "Obed Ruzindana"
Patrick Kayumbu Mazimhaka is Deputy Chairperson of the African Union's African Commission. Mr. Mazimhaka was born on April 26, 1948 in Rwanda. He was elected the Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission in July 2003 held in Maputo, Mozambique. He was until his election the Senior Presidential Advisor to the President of Rwanda on the Great Lakes Region(Africa Great Lakes). ...more on Wikipedia about "Patrick Mazimhaka"
Paul Rusesabagina (born June 15, 1954 in Murama- Gitarama, Rwanda) was the assistant manager of the Hotel des Mille Collines, and later the manager of the Hôtel des Diplomates, both in Kigali, Rwanda. During the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Rusesabagina used his influence and connections as temporary manager of the Mille Collines to shelter over 1,260 Tutsis and moderate Hutus from being slaughtered by the Interahamwe militia. He became more wellknown when his deed was made into a film: Hotel Rwanda ( 2004). He is an ethnic hutu. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Rusesabagina"
Protais Zigiranyirazo (born 1938?) commonly known as Monsieur Zed ("Mr. Z"), is a Rwandan businessman and politician. He is the former governor of Ruhengeri prefecture in northwestern Rwanda. He has also been accused of collaborating in the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the 1985 murder of Dian Fossey. ...more on Wikipedia about "Protais Zigiranyirazo"
Queen Dowager Rosalie Gicanda was the wife of Rwandan Mwami ( King in Kinyarwanda) Mutara III of Rwanda. She survived the death of the king, and the end of the Rwandan monarchy, and lived in Butare, along with her mother and several ladies-in-waiting. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rosalie Gicanda"
Samuel Ndashyikirwa, formerly a small businessman in Kirwa, Rwanda, was convicted in Belgium on June 29, 2005 for his role in the Rwandan genocide of 1994. Eyewitnesses testified that he had been present at massacres in Kirwa and had been directly involved with the killings, and prosecutors argued that he and his half-brother, Etienne Nzabonimana, provided vehicles, weapons, and beer for Rwandan soldiers committing genocide in the Kibungo region. Both were convicted of aiding Hutu militias in killing 50,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus. Ndashyikirwa will serve ten years in prison, while his half-brother will serve twelve. ...more on Wikipedia about "Samuel Ndashyikirwa"
Simon Bikindi is a Rwandan singer-songwriter who was formerly very popular in Rwanda. ...more on Wikipedia about "Simon Bikindi"
Sonia Rolland (born February 11, 1981 in Kigali, Rwanda) is a French actress and former Miss France beauty contest winner. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sonia Rolland"
Tharcisse Renzaho (born 1944]) is a Rwandan soldier and former politician. He is best known for his alleged role in the Rwandan Genocide ...more on Wikipedia about "Tharcisse Renzaho"
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