As is his custom, Rudasingwa posted comments on his Facebook (that someone forwarded me – no, I dont read it!) following Aloisea Inyumba’s passing a few days ago. For whatever reason this sorry man thinks his opinions are valued. Not.
Barely two days after Inyumba’s passing, and before she could be put to rest, Rudasingwa chose to tarnish her name with un-called for comments, made up stories and opinions so vulgar, so insensitive you have to wonder where the man will stop.
But for poor up-bringing, I cannot explain why Rudasingwa does what he does and says what he says. His poor ageing mother must be hanging her head in shame in Washington, D.C., wondering why she deserves this. She does not, nor does any mother.
Any grieving family deserves the right to privacy in their dark hour, and Inyumba’s husband and young children deserve no less without having to be subjected to Rudasingwa’s obtrusive, cold and scandalous opinions.
When will he stop, or does one have to stuff a banana in his mouth?
As the nation was grieving a fallen leader, did Rudasingwa have to drag us through his tormented mind with concocted annectdotes and hurtful and banal conclusions? Inyumba would be saddened by this street behavior.
A man of honor would not have stooped this low. But then again, we are dealing with Rudasingwa.
No African, later on Umunyarwanda, would lose the decency of respecting a bereaving family and nation. Rudasingwa has much to answer for, now and in the after life.
There is ONLY one other place Rudasingwa can stick his foot.