List of Hutus
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of famous Hutus who have Wikipedia biographies which include mention of Hutu identity.
Africans other than Rwandans
- Frédéric Bamvuginyumvira, 1st Vice-President of Burundi from 11 June 1998 to 1 November 2001.
- Eugène Serufuli Ngayabaseka, Congolese politician.
- Gervais Rufyikiri, Second Vice President of Burundi.
- Agathon Rwasa, Burundian politician and military leader.
- Adrien Sibomana, prime minister of Burundi (1998-1993).
- Pasteur Bizimungu, President of Rwanda.
- Agathe Habyarimana, first lady of Rwanda (born 1953)
- Juvenal Habyarimana, President of Rwanda.
- Joseph Kavaruganda, Rwandan judge. 
- Jacqueline Mukansonera, Rwandan human rights activist.
People convicted in connection with genocide
- Théoneste Bagosora, Rwandan military officer, convicted in connection with Rwandan genocide.
- Simon Bikindi, Rwandan singer-songwriter, convicted in connection with Rwandan genocide.
- Froduald Karamira, Rwandan politician, convicted in connection with Rwandan genocide.
- Hassan Ngeze, Rwandan journalist, convicted in connection with Rwandan genocide.
- Scherrer, Christian. Genocide and crisis in Central Africa: conflict roots, mass violence, and regional war (2002), page 249.
- New forms of political order in North Kivu: The case of the governor Eugene Serufuli, Luca Jourdan, 2005-12-01, accessed on 2007-02-24
- The World Factbook Archived 2011-06-29 at the Wayback Machine., (CIA).
- Burundi opposition leader in hiding . English Al Jazeera. 30 June 2010.
- "Burundi's Majority Hutu Get Equal Cabinet Role". The Washington Post. 1988-10-21. Retrieved 2010-08-16.
- "Rwanda: How the genocide happened". BBC News. Retrieved 2011-02-26.
- Rebecca Joyce Frey, Genocide and international justice, p. 258
- Neuffer, Elizabeth. The key to my neighbor's house: seeking justice in Bosnia and Rwanda (MacMillan 2002), page 98.
- PROFILE OF YOLANDE MUKAGASANA, Candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize 2010, benerwanda.org.
- Polgreen, Lydia (2008-12-18). "Rwandan Officer Found Guilty of 1994 Genocide". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-12-19.
- "RWANDAN POP STAR GETS 15 YEARS FOR ROLE IN GENOCIDE", Associated Press via Fox News (2008-12-2).
- James C. McKinley Jr., "As Crowds Vent Their Rage, Rwanda Publicly Executes 22", New York Times, 1998-04-25.
- Wax, Emily. “Journalists Sentenced In Rwanda Genocide; Prosecutor Said 'Hate Media' Urged Killings”, Washington Post (2003-12-04).