pilule http://cutteraviation.com/wp-admin/includes/options.php geneva;”>On Sunday, patient the World was treated to one of the best investigative series on NTV by John Allan Namu where he exposed the whereabouts of Felician Kabuga, a 1994 Rwandan genocide perpetrator who is now hiding in Kenya and protected by state resources.
Dr Rwakwach retired in 2002 after a long military service and in the NTV documentary, it was alleged that he was given orders to treat the wanted Rwandan genocide planner in military facilities across the country.
The news of his death was delivered by his son Victor Rwakwach on Tuesday night.
“I can confirm that my father is dead, but I am not going to give any details,” said Victor.
Is there any foul play here?
The doctor was seen healthy in the documentary thus it is hard to tell that his health was weakening.
Unconfirmed reports reaching us indicate that he died out of food poisoning but family members say Dr Rwakwach developed complications on Friday, and was admitted at MP Shah, a day before the NTV story and that he was diabetic.
The NTV exposure placed the government of Kenya under spotlight for giving sanctuary for to a dangerous man who bankrolled the 1994 Rwanda bloodbath that left over one million Rwandese dead.
The development comes against the backdrop of reports that reporter John Allan Namu and the entire crew that investigated the Kenyan government’s alleged role in protecting 1994 Rwanda genocide chief perpetrator had fled the East African country.
The miserable journalists are now hiding in Finland, fearing that the suspect’s handlers might want to eliminate them.
A source in the European nation confirmed that the crew is hiding there.