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 Patrick Nzabonimpa
Patrick Nzabonimpa
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Massive passengers in Nyabugogo tax pack going to different places  to celebrate christmas and holidays in Kigali on Friday December 24,2021.
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Professor Alexandre Lyambabaje, the Vice Chancellor of The Univeristy of Rwanda delivers remarks during the meeting on December 7. / Courtesy
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Some of the 291 students of class 2020 and 2021 that  have graduated at Kepler in Kigali on December 2. / All photos by Craish Bahizi
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