(CAPE TOWN, S.A.) JUST IN: Leading Rwandan opposition politician Seif Bamporiki has been shot dead in the Rwandan country where he lived in exile for all those years #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Feb.22: Preliminary investigations showed he had been killed in a robbery, police said. But Mr Bamporiki’s party, the Rwansa National Congress (RNC), said the motive was still unclear.

‘Rwandan Seif Bamporiki killed in South Africa: Mr Bamporiki was pulled from his vehicle in a township in Cape Town before being killed, police said’

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Seif Bamporiki

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The RNC was formed in exile by opposition politicians who accuse President Paul Kagame’s government of being authoritarian, and of being intolerant of dissent.

Mr Bamporiki ran a bed shop in Cape Town. He was making a delivery in Nyanga township on Sunday when he was shot after being confronted by two men, police said: The deceased was pulled from his vehicle and shot while the 50-year-old man who accompanied him managed to escape unharmed: The suspects who are yet to be arrested fled with the deceased’s vehicle, and we have reason to believe that the motive for the murder was robbery,” police added in a statement to the BBC:

RNC spokesman Etienne Mutabazi gave a different account, saying Mr Bamporiki was killed after a gunman fired a single shot through the window of the car: There was speculation on social media that Mr Bamporiki had been killed in a political hit, but Mr Mutabazi said he did not know whether this was the case, reports the BBC’s Nomsa Maseko from South Africa’s main city, Johannesburg: Nyanga is known to be one of the most dangerous townships in South Africa, with a high rate of crime, she adds: Rwanda’s former intelligence chief and RNC founding member Patrick Karegeya was murdered in a hotel room in Johannesburg in 2014. Watch Gabriel Gatehouse’s Newsnight film on Patrick Karegeya’s murder: Another RNC founding member, former army chief Gen Faustin Nyamwasa was shot and wounded in Johannesburg in 2010: The attacks caused a huge diplomatic row between South Africa and Rwanda in 2014:

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Feb.22: 2021:

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