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Karuranga's RPP Deplores Kigali Grenade Attack

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and http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/capabilities.php geneva; font-size: small;”>RPP President John V Karuranga has described the attack at Nyabisundu, viagra dosage http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/lib/date/system.php Remera, side effects http://danielborda.net/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php Kigali on January 3 as barbaric and cowardly.

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“The RPP deplores the barbaric, cowardly and unfortunate grenade attack in Nyabisindu and extends its condolences and deepest sympathy to the people of Rwanda, especially the victims’ families,” Karuranga notes.

“Both personally and on behalf of my party, the Rwanda People’s Party, join the international community in grieving with Rwanda and its people, especially the families of the victims of the grenade attack,” he adds.

Police is yet to hold suspects. Several victims lost their limbs in what many believe was a well-planned terrorist attack.

President Paul Kagame has in the past accused renegade army officers Gen. Kayumba Nyamwasa and Col. Patrick Karegeya of masterminding the attacks. The duo denies the accusations.

“The RPP stands behind the families, relatives of the deceased and injured ones during this difficult times in which Rwanda as a nation and as a people are going through,” Karuranga notes in a statement sent to Chimpreports.com.

“We also stand side-by-side with the People of Rwanda in their peaceful struggle for the tenets of democracy, justice, equality and peace,” Karuranga adds.

He says the party believes the only way out of the current political, social and economic instability in Rwanda is through the RPP proposed peace talks, sent to President Kagame on 5/5/2011, but not violence that takes lives of innocent Rwandans.

“The primary role of any government is to protect the lives and properties of its people. President Kagame and his RPF government have totally failed to subscribe any of these criteria,” he contends.

“We therefore, believe it is in the best interest of President Kagame and his RPF government to resign immediately, paving the way for the formation of the crisis government for the goodness of our country Rwanda.”

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