Dr Frank Habineza, the Chairman and founder of Democratic Green party of Rwanda
The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda (DGPR)’s Chairman and flag bearer ahead of the upcoming presidential elections, Dr Frank Habineza, appeals to the government to do something on the Facebook post shared by the identified Chantal Rauch, a message which he considers to be carrying divisionism until the composer suggested that Habineza deserves to the president of Gorillas, while he contesting his bid to serve Rwandans..
Dr Habineza insists he does not have any relationship with Rauch who he accuses of bringing assaults on him through social media, revealing that he is going to report to the police to find out his/ her background until s/he is taken to justice to explain what pushed her to say so.
Dr Frank Habineza is one of two Rwandan candidates approved by the National Electoral Commission to bid for presidential race after he fulfilled all needed requirements for a candidate.
It all started when, earlier Monday last week, Chantal Rauch took to her facebook timeline and wrote, “to me, I consider him to be the president of our Gorillas in the park. They need someone like him, too!”
Shortly after Habineza found such assaults on Facebook, he immediately reacted, “Imagine this person says I should be president for Gorilla because we look the same. I Hope the government of Rwanda will look into it.”
“This is very serious, Rwandans have been called animal names before and were killed. We all know what this means. Total divisionism. This stereotype is unacceptable,” he further reacted, calling for justice to hold Mrs Chantal Rauch[facebook username]
He now appeals to Rwandan justice to do their job hold Rauch accoutable saying, “ we want Rwandan Government to look into this dividing messages shared by the identified Chantal Rauch, suggesting that I deserve to be the president of Gorillas, which also need a President, too. This division is hindering Unity and reconciliation among Rwandans,” he wrote on his Facebook timeline.
Bwiza.com asked Habineza the facts to which he sees Rauch’s message carries divisionism, and said, “Yes the message carries divisionism. Saying that I am a gorilla has what it means in ethnic politics”
He added that the one who shared that message is trying to inject hatred among Rwandans.
Asked if such messages could affect his presidential campaign country outreach, he said it is a way of devaluing him.
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