Burundi: The language of Samia Suluhu Hassan on the treatment of Burundian refugees seems to the ordinary language of Evariste Ndayishimiye

Burundi: The language of Samia Suluhu Hassan on the treatment of Burundian refugees seems to the ordinary language of Evariste Ndayishimiye
Who rubbed it stings it, we say. The meetings between the Tanzanian President, Ms. Samia Suluhu Hassan, with President Evariste Ndayishimiye seem to have changed the language of Mother Tanzania who, upon his arrival, had given a lot of hope on the future of Burundian refugees lying on his territory after the departure of John Magufuli Pump,  » Dad ‘of Evariste Ndayishimiye. Everyone thought that Burundian refugees in Tanzania were going to have a slight better treatment and particularly in respect of the principle of voluntary repatriation recognized by the 1951 Convention on the Status of Refugees
Astonishing is to note that Samia Suluhu Hassan has not been sensitive to the cries of distress of Burundian refugees because their harassment continued at the same pace, or even lined with magnitude. The Tanzanian authorities continued their refugee repatriation program, still in collaboration with the CNDDFDD power that sends its militia Imbonerakure disrupting the safety of refugees to force them to return.
Exactly like Evariste Ndayishimiye, today, the Tanzanian president adopts a language of understanding and compassion for Burundian refugees on his territory on the media, but sends his emissaries to utter threats to Burundian refugees in the camps. It was thought that this attitude was exclusively reserved for President Evariste Ndayishimiye, he who is used to making good statements at the time his services commit crimes of all kinds in the population. The Convention within the military clique in power in Burundi being:  » Let the President speak, do what we must do  »
Today, in some newspapers, Samia Suluhu Hassan seems to blow hot and cold. On the one hand, she states that President Evariste Ndayishimiye restored security into his country and refugees can return to their country of origin. On the other hand, she still recognizes that once returned, some refugees return to the camps because they are abused by the residents or find themselves in unbearable living conditions because they do not find anything that can allow them to live on their original hills. And when they return to Tanzania, this country is obliged to welcome them, continues Samia Suluhu Hassan.
It is surprising to note that at the time she held this language, Sudi Mwakibasi, Inspector General in charge of refugees in Tanzania was touring the camps of Mutendeli and Nyarugusu on October 26, 2021, uttering threats to Burundian refugees for their return by force to their country. He went until to say that  » Even the international community cannot prevent us to force you to go back in your country  ». This to say: we are able to violate the 1951 convention in total impunity.
These declarations have left the belly fear to these refugees who have been ill-treated for a long time; Some were killed, others were forcibly embarked in Tanzanian vehicles and delivered to the Burundi Intelligence Service, others imprisoned, the others were subject to difficult living conditions. With the language of Sudi Mwakibasi, they fear the worst.
They ask that if Tanzania does not want to see them on its territory, instead of throwing them in the mouth of the lion (the Imbonerakure militia of the CNDDFDD) by sending them by force to Burundi, UNHCR should do everything to relocate them; Send them to another country that can ensure their safety while waiting for real security (and not singing security) for them in their country.
URN Hitamwoneza once again warns UNHCR, the Tanzanian government and the CNDDFDD military clique, whether they are responsible for these crimes against humanity that are victims Burundian refugees in Tanzania and that they should one day reply, each according to its actions, before competent international jurisdictions.

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