In a press release in Kinyarwanda, the Upper chamber of the Rwandan parliament notably denounced that several houses built for genocide survivors collapsed even before being finished, apparently due to substandard quality material.
Protais Musoni, currently Minister for Cabinet Affairs, has been summoned to appear before the Senate within a week.
The same document also blames Eugene Balikana, Permanent Secretary at the ministry of Local government, for not providing all the information requested from him.
Meanwhile, also on Tuesday, the Nyarugenge tribunal in Kigali ordered the release of two senior officials of the main genocide survivors' organization, Ibuka. The organization's Vice-president Eugene Gashugi and Ibuka Secretary General Freddy Mutanhuga, who had been arrested for allegedly embezzling FARG money, were immediately set free.
However, in the same case, Ibuka Executive Secretary Benoit Kaboyi and two other officials have been placed on probation by the tribunal. According to judiciary sources, they may be indicted.
© Hirondelle News Agency