Faruk Ismail Ndawumwe is a senior Reporter and Presenter at Rwanda Television. That must make it difficult for him to sit still in particular spot as he must be out on field work. If he got time off for a weekend, what would make it perfect? Below he tells us:
Although I engage in some work during the weekend there are some things I do that make it different from these others days. My weekend normally starts on Friday evening when I head to a gym known as Naison Tresor in Nyamirambo. I leave there at 8p.m.
I rush home for refreshment and then go to BCK where I enjoy the evening by listening to Kinya-rwanda oldies. The place is quite interesting that one may not easily realize its time to go home.
I usually find myself leaving at mid night.
On Saturday morning, I jog but I must be through by 7.30a.m in order to head to Rwanda Television to prepare the weekly news round-up. By mid-day, I am through with the weekly news round-up.
I immediately go to Top View Restaurant for lunch. Matooke and fish is my weekend dish.
I also enjoy watching football if it happens to be the season.
Sunday is when I attend to ‘Imikeke’ veteran club where we engage in a football training session, but I make sure that I am home by 6p.m in order to organize for Monday.
That makes my perfect weekend.