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As he attended the 24 commemoration of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis, the AU Commission President Moussa Faki said that remembering it calls upon the international community the necessity of admitting that it abandoned Rwanda when it needed it most.

Moussa Faki with other officials from the AU as they commemorated the 1994 against the Tutsi

It was on Saturday, April, 07, 2018 that the African Union officials joined the Rwandans and the world in remembering the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis.

Moussa Faki Mahamat qualified the genocide against the Tutsis as inhumane act that took lives of at least one million people within three months.

He said that remembering the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis is and should always be an imperative for the world as to fight all divisive ideologies that potentially can generate another genocide.

AU Commission president Moussa Faki lauded the Rwanda’s leadership that, today, changed the Rwandan social and economic status and set it as a model for different African nations.

Unity was the driving force for this positive change, he said.

He added that political will and commitment from Rwandan leadership paved a way for the nation to achieve remarkable progress

Moussa Faki ended his speech by calling upon all Rwandans and the international community to keeping helping 1994 genocide survivors overcome the psychological and physical wounds that resulted from the Genocide.


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