TALENT UNLEASHED

She is one of Kigali’s most active ladies. She has been involved in the organisation of events such as ‘Walk To Remember’ and ‘The Commonwealth School’s Mock Debate 2010’. We are happy to unleash JOVY RUTAYISIRE.
L-R: Boniface Rucagu;Jean de Dieu Higiro; Annie Kairaba; Eric Senderi
L-R: Boniface Rucagu;Jean de Dieu Higiro; Annie Kairaba; Eric Senderi

She is one of Kigali’s most active ladies. She has been involved in the organisation of events such as ‘Walk To Remember’ and ‘The Commonwealth School’s Mock Debate 2010’. We are happy to unleash JOVY RUTAYISIRE.

Who are you?
I am a simple and down to earth lady.

What are some of your hobbies?
I love making friends, charity, and I do a lot of singing.

Tell us about organising ‘Walk To Remember’?
It was a fun thing though quite complicated. I loved every experience I got from there.

And the ‘Commonwealth Mock Debate’?
This annual event that was hosted by our school this year, was a life changing moment because I worked with people I had not met before.

I was told that you also do designing. How true is that?
Very true! Designing is one of my greatest passions.

What motivates you?
Self belief and top of the list is trusting in God.

Where do you see yourself 20 years from now?
I see myself as a professional doctor, a model and a God fearing woman who is living for the cause of her creation.

What challenges do you meet?
I meet so many challenges but the greatest is finding people who do not respect someone’s passion.

Do you have a boy friend?
(Laughs) I would wish not to answer that question.

Any final message for our readers?
To the readers: At the end of every tunnel, there is always light. Follow your dreams.

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