KIDS NEWS : Youth to honour Genocide victims

Youth from different parts of the country will tomorrow walk all the way from KBC roundabout to Amahoro National Stadium in march which has been dabbed Walk To Remember.
Samuel Boares, the International Coordinator of Aegis Students.
Samuel Boares, the International Coordinator of Aegis Students.

Youth from different parts of the country will tomorrow walk all the way from KBC roundabout to Amahoro National Stadium in march which has been dabbed Walk To Remember.

The march is organised by Peace and Love Proclaimers (PLP) a local youth organization to honour victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi to mark its 16th commemoration.

Samuel Boares, the International Coordinator of Aegis Students which works in partnership with PLP said “We believe that the youth have the power to change the future of Rwanda.

That is why we seek to empower them to become the vocal channels that condemn genocide and call the country to unity and reconciliation.”

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