EXPOSING OUTFIT PHOTO: Journalist confirms Rwandan lady, Liliane Mugabekazi, has been released on bail after getting arrested for indecency by wearing see-through dress KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, August 20, 2022

EXPOSING OUTFIT PHOTO: Journalist confirms Rwandan lady, Liliane Mugabekazi, has been released on bail after getting arrested for indecency by wearing see-through dress

BREAKING: Liliane Mugabekazi was released today on bail, confirmed by Rwanda Judiciary Spokesperson Harrison Mutabazi.

Her bail ruling was set for this coming Tuesday but court fastforwarded the decision to grant her bail.

Ms Liliane Mugabekazi, 24, was arrested on 7th August for wearing a sheer dress in public, which is considered a crime by @Rwandapolice. She spent 12 days in detention.

Her arrest raised public uproar & a petition demanding her release received over 2000 signatures by press time.

Liliane Mugabekazi was arrested on August 7 after she attended a concert by popular French musician Tayc eight days earlier, wearing a sheer dress.

“She attended the concert while wearing clothes that reveal her private parts… clothes that we call shameful," prosecutors said, accusing her of committing a “serious crime".

“It is on these serious grounds that we ask the court to remand Mugabekazi for 30 days."

“She is suspected to have committed public indecency," the spokesman for the prosecution, Faustin Nkusi, told AFP, adding that the court would announce on Tuesday whether she would receive bail.

"The current issue of our young men and women who drink and drug themselves unconscious, appear in public literally naked is objectionable," tweeted Busingye, who is now Rwanda’s ambassador to Britain.

“I support the efforts… to address it."

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