Millions of people in Burundi of Tutsi tribe have threatened to start killing their counterparts of the Hutu tribe in a civil war
The Tutsi minority in Burundi threatened to wage war on majority Hutu’s after the three government ministers from the Tutsi party resigned their posts from President Pierre Nkurunziza’s regime in Bujumbura.
The resignation of the three Uprona party members have rang bells of bloodshed in Burundi, the country still struggling to reconcile after decades of armed conflicts. The three Tutsi ministers of Uprona party that resigned are Communications Minister Leocadie Nihaza, Trade Minister Victoire Ndikumana and Uprona party District Development Minister Jean-Claude Ndihokubwayo.
The three ministers refused to serve in Nkurunziza’s government which was going out of its way like other dictatorial governments of Africa.