“At this point he had already walked more than 1,000 kilometres through forests and swamp and the soles of two pairs of shoes. He had nourished himself on cassava leaves until his fingers turned green and the skin of his stomach sucked against his ribs.”

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, a Hutu from Burundi shares his story of surviving President Paul Kagame’s alleged secret war of vengeance. Read it here.