CNLG says that the Genocide fugitive Ndereyehe is a coordinator of extremist groups comprising Rwandan exiles with the same ideology that enticed the Genocide that was committed against the Tutsi in 1994.
The wanted Genocide suspect hails from Cyabingo commune in the what used to be Ruhengeri prefecture, home to the former Rwandan regime.
Ndereyehe is said to be working with t he FDU-Inkingi, an unregistered political organization, through which he publishes press releases denying the Genocide , incites Genocide negation and calls the Genocide commemoration a business fund.
The extradition is due accordance with the UN Security Council Resolution 2150 of April 16th 2014, which orders countries to investigate, arrest, prosecute or extradite Genocide suspects in compliance with the international obligations.
In November 2016, Dutch justice extradited Jean Claude Iyamuremye and Jean Baptiste Mugimba.
The Dutch courts tried Joseph Mpambara and sentenced him to life imprisonment on July 7 2011 for committing Genocidal crimes in Mugonero. Another Genocide accomplice Yvonne Basebya Ntacyobatabara was tried and sentenced, on March 1 2013, to 6 years and 8 months in prison for committing Genocide crimes in Gikondo.
Ndereyehe, in 1992, with other extremists Ferdinand Nahimana, Dr. Eugene Rwamucyo, and Dr. Jean-Berchmas Nshimyumuremyi others led a criminal group ‘Cercle des Républicains Progressistes’ that incited students in Nyakinama and Butare universities to commit Genocide.
On April 20 2010, Rwanda National Public Prosecution Authority (NPPA) listed Ndereyehe on throng of suspects wanted by Interpol for trial in Kigali.