MURAMVYA August 30th (ABP) – A family from Camamando village in Rutegama commune of Muramvya province (center-west), opposes the decision taken by the Rutegama residence court. This is the case of Juvénal Mbabarempore and Emile Bahati whose disputed land was split in two by the Rutegama Residence Court in 2014.
Nevertheless, Bahati’s family was not happy with the trial made public on the one hand and its execution on the other hand until the delimitation stakes were torn down, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.
This resulted in Emile Bahati and some members of his family being imprisoned, subsequently causing grief among families for quite some time. It is this conflicting situation which motivated the trip by the governor of Muramvya province, along with the provincial police commissioner, the head of the national intelligence service, the president of the Intermediate Court and the public prosecutor to inquire about the situation.
After having fully listened to the families in conflict, those of the wise neighbors, of the village leader and of the village notable, Governor Diomède Nzambimana called on the plaintiffs in general and the two families of the Camamando village in particular to respect the measures taken by the court. He forbade anyone to assume the right to embark on projects on land that the court did not give them.
Note that the village leader and the village notables were asked to enforce the conclusions from that joint trip organized by the Muramvya province.