Rwanda: Another Rwanda’s senior officer Col. Dodo arrested

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Another Rwanda’s senior officer arrested
By Godwin Agaba
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Thursday, 22 April 2010 
At Topsec security, one of the companies Col. Dodo owns
Col (rtd) Ludovic Twahirwa Dodo, the President of the Association of
Commuter Taxis (ATRACO) in Rwanda will face the prosecution tomorrow (Thursday) according to Criminal Intelligence sources in Kigali.

Afande Dodo as he is commonly referred to will appear at CID headquarters
in the morning to answer the charges related to mismanagement;
abuse of office and corruption.

According to security operatives in Kigali, Dodo was today issued a summons by CID to report at tomorrow at exactly 8:00am.

We have been told that he was trying to escape from Rwanda this week but was stopped at the North border post of Gatuna, at the boundary with Uganda.

According to a family source, the wealthy Dodo sold some of his properties in Rwanda including houses and a school called Esse Nyarugunga. He also owns TopSec Security, a pricate company deals in electronic security systems and private guards.

According to this source, Dodo bought a house on the shores of Lake
Victoria in Uganda where some of his relatives are staying and bought
two petrol stations in Kampala, the Ugandan capital, where he intended to relocate.

According to this reliable family source, Dodo’s petrol stations are
managed by his nephew called Karemara. 256news.com is working
around the clock to establishing more.
petrol station.

Col. Twahirwa Dodo is one of the former fighters of RPA who started and
finished the liberation war against Juvenal Habyarimana and played a big role in putting a halt to the 1994 Rwanda Genocide. During Bush war, Col. Dodo commanded Bravo unit.

Meanwhile, the fate of the two senior officers, Lt. Gen. Charles Muhire and
Maj. Gen. Emmanuel Karenzi Kareke who were arrested two days ago on
allegations of corruption, misuse of office and immoral conduct will be
decided this week by Army Disciplinary committee, according to a
military source.

It is still not clear whether their cases will end in trials, but
what is clear now is the two Generals are in Kanombe Military
detention.

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