Her son had been shot in the head by police in Burundi as he ran to take refuge in an outhouse in the Musaga neighbourhood.
She knows that a pickup truck from the mayor’s office collected her son’s body.
“I was in 4th form in primary school in 1972 when the crisis broke out. People were killed and their riches stolen”, Nzojibwami says.
Athanase Mpawenayo, chief of that area was too young «I was 2 years old, but my father told me what happened in that place.
“I, too, was about to be killed and I fled to Bujumbura the capital.
Caritas Burundi was founded by the Conference of Catholic Bishops of Burundi on and recognised on 20 July 1962.
Some of the residents found in that locality on Wednesday 11 January 2017 say the mass grave dates back to 1972.
Rose Habonimana, a woman who was born and brought up in Gasenyi locality says the mass grave dates from 1972.
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