Robert Kajuga (Interahamwe)
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Jerry Robert Kajuga was the national president and leader of the MRND-affiliated Hutu Power extremist militia, the Interahamwe, which was largely responsible for perpetrating the Rwandan Genocide in 1994. Ironically, he was from a Tutsi family whose father had acquired Hutu identity papers for his family. In order to avoid any kind of suspicion about their family being Tutsi, Robert Kajuga kept his brother hidden at the Hôtel des Mille Collines in Kigali. Kajuga fled Rwanda in 1996, taking refuge in nearby Congo for two and a half years, before being arrested by UN Security forces and standing trial in Kigali and being sentenced to life imprisonment. Kajuga later died in prison.
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