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More Rwandan Refugees In Congo Brazzaville To Return Home-Say Returnees

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Lwakataka told that ChimpReports that he would come back with a new Subaru N12 which will he might race in the Pearl of Africa Uganda Rally slotted for August 16-18.


Lwakataka last won Uganda’s flagship (Pearl) rally in 2011 but lacked the edge to conquer the National Rally Championship that year after failure to complete in the last rally of that year which was won by eventual NRC champion Susan Muwonge.

Relatedly, Lwakataka is yet to hear the verdict from the FMU after he was found guilty of using to time cards in the Freedom City Challenge Rally. The verdict is expected to be out this week with the troubled Lwakataka most probably set to be docked-off some points on the NRC.


He is ranked 4th on this year NRC log with 164 points.

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The ambience was very vivid at the airport as relatives welcome them with immense fervour.

Josephine, 58, mother of nine was less of words, when she saw her second born Mr. Sumbusho Innocent after 19 years of separation.


“Last time I came here at the airport since I had been informed that there were people repatriating from Congo Brazzaville and I guessed my son could be among them. That day I got very nervous and I returned home without hope that my son would come back” said Josephine


“Thanks to Lord as now I have all my children, even if I die today, I have nothing to blame my God.” She excitedly said


Sumubusho left Rwanda during the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi. He arrived in Congo Brazzaville in 1997 after three years of exile in DRC.


“Is this Kigali or am dreaming,” Shumbusho exclaimed as he turned around to explore the shining Kigali night sky. “I realize now that what I thought was impossible has now come true,” Shumbusho said.


Ignace Nzaramba, father of three was also among the returnees. He left her wife and children in Brazzaville.


“I decided to come alone first to prepare how we shall survive when my entire family returns, but I am determined to do all arrangements as quick as possible to ensure that my wife and children are also repatriated very soon.” Said Nzaramba.


Nzaramba with her siter Epiphanie

The returnees affirmed that some Rwandan refugees are still reluctant to return due to false information propagated by hardliners who need to hold refugees to cover their interests.

They are however extremely grateful to their relatives in Rwanda who tireless called them, proving that Rwanda is safe until they got convinced to return.


“I called him every day to return, trying to provide all evidences that we are safe in Rwanda. I am very happy to see again the last born of my mother,” said Musabyemariya Epiphanie, who had come to receive her brother Nzaramba.


The returnees were immediately transported home by their relatives after brief screening by MIDIMAR and UNHCR officials.


Over 6000 Rwanda refugees are estimated to still be hosted in Congo Brazzaville.


the returnees were all smiles as they were received by their relatives

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