The High Court ruled on Tuesday evening Diane Rwigara and her mother Adeline Mukangemanyi Rwigara stay in custody.
The court said their appeal against temporary detention held no water.
At 3pm, Diane Rwigara turned up in the court but her mother Adeline Rwigara could not be seen in the court.
The judges entered in the courtroom and started reading the judgment.
In the last trial, the court heard the defendants as the prosecution said their appeal against temporary detention was baseless because they are accused of very grave offences.
Adeline Mukangemanyi Rwigara’s sickness was one of the reasons presented to be granted bail.
For Diane Rwigara, she had said that charges against her were baseless, that they were politically motivated and she ended saying that though she had appealed, she had no hope to be granted bail as “judges were not independent”.
The High Court concluded that Diane Rwigara and her mother Adeline Rwigara’s stay behind bars until hearing of their case starts.
The judge quoted article by article on the reasons provided by Diane and Adeline Rwigara’s appeal for temporary detention and concluded that all reasons they presented were found baseless by the court.
For Adeline Rwigara, the judge said that the audio heard of her talking to those she calls siblings are a serious cause proving the accused committed an offence to incite divisionism.
The court also found baseless the fact that the accused say they were not told the nature of their charges, because in the interrogation and prosecution, they were given details of the charges.
The judge found that the sickness, as a reason for Mukangemanyi to be granted bail, is baseless because carried no official proof.
The dual now await appearing before judges to defend themselves against the charges.