KIE students visit Murambi memorial site

NYAMAGABE – About 150 students from the Kigali Institute of Education (KIE) last Sunday visited the Murambi Genocide memorial site. The students, under their association ‘Non Violence and Conflict Active’ condemned people who negate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

NYAMAGABE – About 150 students from the Kigali Institute of Education (KIE) last Sunday visited the Murambi Genocide memorial site.

The students, under their association ‘Non Violence and Conflict Active’ condemned people who negate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

“What I saw is terrible; those people who deny genocide should come here and see the truth instead of saying what they do not know,” said one of the students.

The students said, as future teachers they have a duty of uprooting genocide ideology which has been reported in several schools.

The association’s president, Luc Géni Manzi said, “We as teachers need to understand what happened in Rwanda and know what we shall teach our students.”

KIE Non Violence and conflict active students association was created in 2005 and currently has 150 members.

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