Ezra Kwizera joins charity

Canadian - Rwandan based gospel artist, Ezra Kwizera, has started a charity organization to support the orphans of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. The body, Narrow Road Ministries, is a non-profit organization and already supports over 75 children.
Ezra Kwizera
Ezra Kwizera

Canadian - Rwandan based gospel artist, Ezra Kwizera, has started a charity organization to support the orphans of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

The body, Narrow Road Ministries, is a non-profit organization and already supports over 75 children.

“I grew up in similar conditions and I was touched by the kind of life these children were living,” Kwizera said.
“I facilitate them with school fees, food and other basic needs,” he added.

Narrow Road Ministries is aimed at assisting as many people as possible to have their basic life needs met and to improve on their standards of living.

The 37-year-old told The New Times that he did not get time to perform this time around, but he was preparing a concert sometime this year at Amahoro Stadium.

The concert, he said, will feature international artists, including Tiffin Rose. All the proceeds will go to Narrow Road Ministries.

The singer/songwriter recently ventured into movies to exploit his talent.

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