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It’s a few decades long since it happened but the Rwandan Government is still hunting for the perpetrators of these heinous crimes against humanity.

H.E Joseph Rutabana the Rwandan High Commissioner to Uganda has said that the Rwandan Government is still hunting for those who were behind genocide in 1994 and Rwanda will seek for their extradition.

This year, Rwanda is hosting 30th commemoration of the genocide which took place from April 7th to April 15th 1994 claiming over million lives. According to reports from Rwanda, those who were killed cam mainly from Tutsi, moderate Hutu and Twa tribes.

Uganda has established memorial sites at Ggolo, Mpigi and Lambu District where at least 10,983 victims of the genocide were buried. When the killing stopped, Rwanda established Gacaca Courts which has tried over one million perpetrators of the genocide. Gacaca Court process was seen by many as fair.

More perpetrators were tried in the Hague, the UK and Australia. However, the prosecution is not over as Rwanda is keen to see more prosecuted for their roles during genocide.

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