On Monday night, special adviser to the presidency Willy Nyamitwe said he was targeted by an assassination
attempt in Bujumbura. In Rumonge, some 90 kilometers to the south, crosses were drawn on houses.
In Burundi, the war of the nerves is still felt. Last episode on Monday evening, November 28, special
adviser to the presidency Willy Nyamitwe said he was targeted by an assassination attempt in Bujumbura.
One of his guards was reportedly killed, another seriously wounded in the attack at his home in Kajaga, west of Bujumbura.
The chairman of the Presidency’s communication would have been slightly wounded on the arm.
Another episode, in Rumonge, some 90 kilometers south of Bujumbura, the capital,
residents have seen the appearance of crosses, charcoal-drawn on the walls of their houses – as the picture shows.
Ten houses, for example, were marked between 14 and 20 November in the Mugomere district.
The governor of Rumonge Juvenal Bigirimana, speaking of acts of children, wants to be reassuring in the face of the anxiety of the inhabitants.
Insufficient to reassure some residents, according to an attached source who wishes to remain anonymous for security reasons, the homes of non-members of the CNDD-FDD,
the ruling party, were affected. Some suspect the Imbonerakure,
the youth of the party to seek to intimidate all those, Hutus or Tutsis who would not follow the party line.