|A Hutu Journalist Being Arrested in 2010|
This is one of the proofs why the Kagame government continues to keep thousands of Hutu refugees behind bars without due justice. They have been involved in different both pubic and private economic activities that benefit only the Tutsi community.
Commissioner General Mary Gahonzire said the prisoners cultivate their own food and have numerous livestock projects. The prisoners also offer professional services where revenues are shared between the prison service and the individuals.
The prisoners are providing most of what they need, said prison officials, allowing for Government to contribute a minimal percentage to maintaining convicts.
The country’s 13 prisons house some 163,000 inmates majority of them are from Hutu tribes who have been jailed all these years without any justice or even meeting any judicial judge.