Someone Leaked Nudes Of Rwandese Presidential Candidate Diane Shima Rwigara
And you thought American politics were dirty. A 35-year-old Rwandese woman just had her presidential bid knocked off the rails after someone leaked nude flicks of her. Diane Shima Rwigara has at least two photographs floating around the Internet this morning, showing her in various poses inside a home.
The pics were leaked only two days after she announced her plans to run against current Rwanda President, Paul Kagame. Some are pointing the finger at Kagame’s camp, saying the leak was done to discredit her movement. And while we can’t show the pictures on our family friendly website, a quick search on Twitter should lead you to results.
The leaks have been met with backlash from some in the country who see the politics behind it.
Diane shima rwigara , don’t worry it’s the political game . At 35 years , you can bring change! Believe in u , stick to your objective .
— David Obua (@ObuaDavid) May 5, 2017
Wow people are truly trash for leaking Diane Rwigara’s photos.
— Carolyn (@duchace) May 5, 2017
Hopefully, Diane Rwigara takes some lessons from Melania Trump, Zari, Fabiola, Huddah, Mama Fiina, Kim K… You stay strong and fight on…
— Brian (@bkyeyune) May 5, 2017
Politics is super dirty.
Rwanda’s Diane Rwigara has had nude pics leaked days after announced she wants to be Rwanda’s 1st female leader
— Sure Kamhunga (@sure_kamhunga) May 9, 2017
6. She took nudes in a private setting. Her body, her choice. The idiot who leaked them should be condemned. #DianeRwigara
— Mohale Wamorena (@Wamorena) May 8, 2017
Diane’s father was a wealthy businessman who she claims was assassinated in 2015. During a recent speech, she talked about his death while stopping short of attributing it to her now political opponent. “Everybody who is Rwandese knows people who have disappeared or who have been killed and the perpetrators of those crimes have never been taken to justice,” she said during the announcement of her campaign. “I know how it feels to be a victim so that will help me not victimize others.”