Embrace fellow citizens in Tasmania, form coffee scheme

Fellow citizens in Tasmania (an Australian Island) are reported to have come up with a unique way to help those back in their homeland.

Fellow citizens in Tasmania (an Australian Island) are reported to have come up with a unique way to help those back in their homeland.

Refugees undergo a lot of struggles but if they could still afford to have that courage to think about us home, I think they deserve many blessings.

Their Rwandan Coffee Club raises money to buy cows for villages, and this makes a lot of difference to many of our lives.

It is even expected that Aubert Ruzigandekwe wants to lead the Hobart United team to premiership glory.

Most of the players share more than just fancy footwork - they are refugees from war torn countries.

And it is because he knows how horrible their back ground is.

He lost his wife, parents and friends but still has a sense of humanity just like his counter parts.

Therefore, with all they are endearing to sell Rwanda as well as looking after us yet with a horrible background.

I think courage should be extended to them

Names withheld on request

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