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Hundreds of residents from Rutsiro District in Western Province participated in Ndi Umunyarwanda session have committed to work towards Rwanda’s self-reliance.

Rutsiro residents participating into the debate during the Ndi Umnyarwanda session
Rutsiro residents participating into the debate during the Ndi Umnyarwanda session

Rutsiro District pledged to work towards Rwanda’s self-reliance and embrace Ndi Umunyarwanda program and spread its message.  They also agreed to support Genocide survivors in the society.

An expert in Rwandan history, Kalisa Rugano told Rutsiro residents the origins and meanings of tribes and clans during the time of our encestors and how this meaning distorted during the colonialism.

Edouard Bamporiki, the founder of Art for Peace testifies what he saw during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi; He stressed how he was invited to give a poem during the Genocide commemoration but he requested to give a testimony; then the gathering gave him a flow to testify what he saw in the genocide. Bamporiki noted that this was the beginning of his healing process.

The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Youth and ICT, Rosemary Mbabazi speaking to Rutsiro residents urges them to contribute to the development of the country by embracing the culture of hard working; added that Ndi Umunyarwanda program emphasizes the importance of speaking the truth and continuously fighting to do what is right.

The ultimate goal of Ndi Umunyarwanda is to build trust by telling and living the truth among peers (urungano) and pave way for them to be fully liberated and thus contribute to the development of the country; Building national identity. This is going to be achieved through a series of dialogue sessions with various categories of persons in society.

Source:PR MYICT

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