Rwandans in UK to organize cultural show

RWANDANS living in the United Kingdom will organize a Rwandan Dance & Culture Show that will take place on May 15 at the Kensington Temple London City Church. According to Jane Benzinge, a member of the church, the show is aimed at raising funds to help Rwandan orphans and widows who were left behind by the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

RWANDANS living in the United Kingdom will organize a Rwandan Dance & Culture Show that will take place on May 15 at the Kensington Temple London City Church.

According to Jane Benzinge, a member of the church, the show is aimed at raising funds to help Rwandan orphans and widows who were left behind by the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

The celebrations will be facilitated by Solace Ministries, (UK) which has been helping orphans and widows in Rwanda.

Over 120 nationalities are expected to participate in worship and praise accompanied by the cultural dances and sampling of Rwandan food.

Solace Ministries is a Rwandan charitable organization established in July 1996 and has a vision to comfort widows and orphans.

It has been helping orphans return to school and supported families start income generating activities to improve their standards of living.

A similar event was held three years ago.

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