Former president of Central African Republic, François Bozizé is being investigated for ‘rebellion’, This is due to his involvement in the just concluded presidential election in the country. The prosecutor made this known on Monday.
Bozizé got back to the Central African Republic after he was constrained from power and fled abroad in 2013.
He held office for 10 years before he was removed by an alliance of fundamentally Muslim outfitted gatherings, the Seleka.
A worldwide capture warrant gave by Central African experts in 2013 blames Bozizé for “wrongdoings against mankind and prompting of decimation.”
He had would have liked to run in the official political decision yet was banned from the race as he is under UN approvals.