RE: “Honouring the memory of Queen Rosalie Gicanda” (The New Times, April 21).
King Mutara III Rudahigwa and Queen Rosalie Gicanda make an important history of Rwanda like many other heroes and heroines. It’s sad to learn that these heroes whom we love and admire never died a natural death.
While historians and tourists spend time to travel from far to learn about the history of Rwanda from the King’s Palace Museum at Nyanza, it would have been of a great concern if the graves of King Rudahigwa and Queen Rosalie Gicanda would be forming part of the museum for the public to visit and learn the legacy they left.
Also the graves of Fred Rwigema, Agatha Uwiringiyemana and heroic Nyange students could be a place where one can diarize to visit once in Rwanda.