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The trial of 32 people accused of plotting acts of terrorism against Rwanda took a new twist Wednesday, September 16, with the prime suspect, Maj (rtd) Habib Mudathiru, rejecting the submissions of his co-accused.
The trial involving 32 people accused of plotting acts of terrorism on Rwandan territory took a new twist on Wednesday, September 16, when the prime suspect, Maj (rtd) Habib Mudathiru disowned his co-accused.
The substantive trial of the case involving 32 terror suspects linked to Rwanda National Congress (RNC) and affiliated militia groups, started yesterday September 15, at the Military High Court in Kanombe, Kicukiro District.