Rwandan Youths Match To Honor RPA


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treatment geneva;”>The match was aimed at honoring the Rwandan People’s Army that brought an end to the long spell of political turmoil and ethnic segregation that the country suffered two decades ago which also led to the 1994 Genocide that claimed close to a million Rwandan lives in a mere 100 days.

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symptoms geneva;”>The representative of Action for Change Initiative, an association of former leaders in Universities, Daniel Komezusenge thanked soldiers for great job, sacrifice and bravery they rendered to their country when it needed them the most, saying that they are true heroes and role models.

The Rwandese Minister of Youth and ICT Jean Philbert Nsengimana in his remarks at the event, encouraged youth to sustain what have been achieved and to have the spirit of patriotism.

Officials at the ceremony that succeded the Match

He further noted that “We will never take for granted the sacrifice made to liberate this country”. He emphasized that they will give their knowledge and lives to safeguard the unity and development of Rwanda which led to heavy cheers.

However, the ceremony turned sensational when the Minister of Defense, General James Kabarebe narrated the episodes of the liberation struggle from the beginning up to the end as well as challenges the troupes went through during the period.

Gen Kabarebe also hailed President Paul Kagame whom he said led the struggle with a lot of vision and commitment.


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