HOST: Serge Ndayizeye
TOPIC: IBUKA NI IGIKORESHO CYA PRESIDENT PAUL KAGAME & NIYISOBANURE KUGITI CYE AREKE GUKORESHA IBUKA ASSOCIATION
5th October 2014
British Broadcasting Cooperation
London W1A 1AA
CC: Emma Swain
Controller – Factual Commissioning for the BBC
Dear Mr Hall;
RE: BBC Documentary ‘Rwanda: The Untold Story’’
We, representatives of Rwandan civil society and political organisations, are
extremely grateful to BBC for producing and airing the documentary ‘’ Rwanda:
The Untold story ‘’.
The documentary introduced and facilitated a powerful contribution to the
public debate on what happened during the genocide and in the past 20 years.
We appreciate this action by BBC for encouraging the understanding of the
genocide and other atrocities that occurred in Rwanda by putting across
opinions and evidences which allow people to make their own minds.
Genocide was a horrendous national tragedy that all Rwandans must own as a
society and work together to ensure that it does not happen again.
BBC has given to the British public and around the world access to evidences,
opinions and witnesses who have rarely, if not never, been heard not least
because they have been accused of being genocide deniers.
On behalf of:
Rwandan community in UK representatives:
Mr Jonathan Musonera
Association of Rwandans survivors of genocide and massacres in UK.
Mr Rene C Mugenzi
Global Campaign for Rwandans’ Human Rights
Ms Jeanne Uwineza
Action for Justice for Rwandan Victims of Massacres in Congo