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page geneva;”>International guests from Burundi Tanzania, Ethiopia, Japan, France, Spain and other countries are joining Rwandans in commemorating the 1994 horror that shocked the world.
According to the programme a Walk-to-Remember from Parliamentary Buildings, Kimihurura to Amahoro Stadium is planned at 3pm.
Kagame tweeted today: “A generation born in the pain and sadness of genocide reaches maturity in a dignified Rwanda that has itself come of age.”
This was shortly after lighting the flame of hope at the Kigali Memorial Centre – a light unto the darkness of genocide.
Over 250,000 genocide victims are buried at the Kigali Memorial Centre in Gisozi.
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