Friends of a slain Rwandan opposition leader accused the Kigali government of ordering his assassination in Kenya, where he was in exile. Seth Sendashonga, who survived an attempt on his life in Nairobi in 1996, was shot dead in his car in a Nairobi traffic jam on Saturday. His driver later died of his wounds. "The government in Kigali does not tolerate opposition. There is no doubt in my mind that they did this," Sendashonga's secretary said. Nairobi police said it was too early to speculate on the killers' motive.