VOX POP: The role of the youth in nation building

“I never got the chance to study to the level I desired in my life but in my capacity as a human being and a youth in particular, I aim high at supporting my country whichever way I can.” Francois Hagenimana, Kimihurura resident
   L-R ( Top row): Francois Hagenimana,Sandra Muhire, Samuel Twizeyimana, Jossette Uwase   L-R ( Bottom row): Vanesa Umurerwa, Clathine Uzarama, Aimable Habimana,Yvonne Miseke
L-R ( Top row): Francois Hagenimana,Sandra Muhire, Samuel Twizeyimana, Jossette Uwase L-R ( Bottom row): Vanesa Umurerwa, Clathine Uzarama, Aimable Habimana,Yvonne Miseke

“I never got the chance to study to the level I desired in my life but in my capacity as a human being and a youth in particular, I aim high at supporting my country whichever way I can.”

Francois Hagenimana, Kimihurura resident

“I see many young people who take drugs and so my wish is to help the youth. They need to understand the dangers of drugs. I want to raise that awareness.”

Sandra Muhire. St Student

“As a student, I want to see myself as one of the engines that are moving my country from one level to another.”

Samuel Twizeyimana, Kimisagara Resident.

“I want to be a business woman so that I can travel to many countries. I will set up all my businesses here and help build a more developed Rwanda.”

Jossette Uwase, Student in Ruhango
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“When I think about the love I have for my country and the entire trauma it went through, the only thing I want to do is help all those who lost loved ones in 1994.”

Vanesa Umurerwa, ESA Gikondo Student.

“I want to be a job creator and provide jobs for the people who are jobless. That is a great way to build the nation.”

Clathine Uzarama, Bumbogo student

“You do not have to be a millionaire to help develop your country.  All you need is the desire to support the nation and work towards that support.”

Aimable Habimana, Nyamirambo Resident.

“My future dream is to become a business woman so that I can prove to other people out there that women can also handle business.”

Yvonne Miseke, Kigali resident

 

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