What they say : What is Keeping Children Busy this Holiday

“When I wake up in the morning I do some chores at home like fetching water and washing dishes before I go to play at the stadium.”  Janvier Dorihirwe, 13.

“When I wake up in the morning I do some chores at home like fetching water and washing dishes before I go to play at the stadium.” 

Janvier Dorihirwe, 13.

“The greatest things I have enjoyed this holiday is meeting with my friends to play and helping my parents.”

Ehuge Mugabe, 13, Mere de Verbe Primary School, P. 5.

“Helping my parents and relaxing is all I am doing before school opens.”

Frank Muhizi, 11, Remera Catholic Primary School, P.5.

“I have been meeting friends and playing football every evening.”

Ramadhan Ubajekwibuga, 14, Kimironko Primary School, P.4.

“Having a housemaid at home has not stopped me from doing chores like washing dishes and my clothes when I am not busy reading my books.”

Derrick Kayumba, 11, Kigali Parents School, P. 5.

“Because I like playing football so much, I make sure that I do all the work that I am supposed to do at home then ask for permission to come and play with my friends with whom we share the same spirit of football.”


Adolphe Cyuzuzo, 13, Kibagabaga Primary School, P.6.

“Coming to the stadium is the best thing I have done this holiday because I have had lots of fun. I have shared the best jokes, and studied with friends and I have also visited friends.”

Enoch Gumisiriza, 12, Kimironko Primary School, P.6.

“Some children start behaving like street kids when the holidays begin. The moment they wake up, they roam from house to house doing nothing or they go to the stadium when their parents are unaware. They should ask for permission and do some chores before thinking of moving up and down.”

J. Bosco Nshyimiyimana, 15, Remera Catholic, S.1.

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