Dear J Nebel,
Thank you for email and thanks to the British government is doing and treating me as they did to countless other historical figures including Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi. The message below is from British officials showing what your government is able to offer to those in a desperate situation. I am in danger and you know it, but your government has chosen to bed with the tyranny at the expense of the suffering humanity. I HAVE THEREFORE INFORMED THE WORLD ABOUT THIS AND THAT SHOULD ANYTHING HAPPEN TO ME EITHER ON BRITISH SOIL OR ELSEWHERE YOUR COUNTRY INTENDS TO SEND ME, BRITAIN WILL BE HELD COUNTABLE FOR THIS CRIME.
We’ll remember your kindness and compensate it in the same measure!
|Mr Richard Kayumba
| Our Reference: TO 131000153269
Dear Mr Kayumba
Thank you for your email correspondence of 14 July to the Foreign Secretary about your immigration status and request for voluntary return. Your enquiry has been forwarded to Customer Service Operations to reply.
I understand your concern but please be advised that the Foreign Secretary does not intervene or comment on individual cases.
I am forwarding your letter to the relevant case working area and they will contact you direct.
If you have any further questions, please contact us at: https://www.gov.uk/contact-ukvi-inside-outside-uk
Customer Service Operations
UK Visas and Immigration
We would like to hear about your experience and invite you to spend a few moments completing this customer satisfaction survey:
Please do not reply to this email address. This email account is used only for sending out replies to correspondence. Emails sent to it will not receive a reply. Contact us by email or phone at: –https://www.gov.uk/contact-ukvi-inside-outside-uk
The correspondence herewith exposes the British government’s intent to continue aiding Rwanda’s cruel ruler to oppress and murder the helpless Rwandans in spite of the British government acknowledgment of the ongoing extreme misery and atrocities being committed by Kagame. They will continue to protect him and advocate for his rule because of their intermarriage to him terror regime in the age anti-terrorism.
Sorry to have taken so long to respond to your proposal.
I have discussed this with colleagues here and in Kigali. I am afraid that your project is not one which we will be able to support.
I welcome your focus on reconciliation, on dialogue and on peace, but there are a number of reasons why we are not able to support the project:
(i) The FDLR has not disarmed and renounced violence. It continues to operate as an illegal armed group in eastern Congo. It continues to have a racist ideology. It would be very difficult for the UK government to associate with such a group.
(ii) It is not clear how the project would achieve its ambitions without the buy-in of the Rwanda government. It is through encouraging the government to allow greater political space and freedom of expression that long-term stability will be achieved.
(iii) The scale of the funding you are requesting is beyond the scope of our bilateral programme fund.
BRITISH EMBASSY IN KIGALI
UK in Rwanda 27/5/2016 15:22
|Chat conversation start|
I would be grateful if you could refrain for posting graphic content to our page. We follow human rights issues closely but Facebook is not the proper forum for this type of post.
The above facebook message is in response to this regime’s crime Continue reading