A Rwandan couple has spent decades of their lives tracking down Rwandan genocide suspects who have found refuge in France.
The Couple has been identified as Dafroza, who lost family in the genocide and his husband Alain Gauthier.
In an interview with NewsAfrica news agency, the couple said the incident that took place on the night of April 6, 1994 turner their lives upside down.
“Our lives were turned upside-down on the night of April 6, 1994. During the three months of the genocide, we worked tirelessly to make people aware of what was going on in Rwanda,” said Gauthirler.
Many people still seek justice 27 years after the genocide that claimed 800, 000 Tutsi’s and moderate Hutus.
Gauthier has travelled 9,000 kilometres to tell locals in the village of Biessero that a genocide suspect from the region will be tried in France.