What they say : Message for women from Kigali Junior Academy

“If it was possible I would give some women awards for being good mothers to their children and other children.” Grace Kwizera, 9, P.4. “I love both my parents but in particular I love my mother because she cares more for me than my father, even though he loves me too.” Rachael Kirenga, 12, P.6.
L-R : Grace Kwizera ; Rachael Kirenga ;Ruth Ufitimbabazi ;Munira Umutoni ;  Evelyn Keza
L-R : Grace Kwizera ; Rachael Kirenga ;Ruth Ufitimbabazi ;Munira Umutoni ; Evelyn Keza

“If it was possible I would give some women awards for being good mothers to their children and other children.”

Grace Kwizera, 9, P.4.

“I love both my parents but in particular I love my mother because she cares more for me than my father, even though he loves me too.”

Rachael Kirenga, 12, P.6.

“When I complete my studies I will build a big house for my mother as appreciation for what she has done. I would be nothing without her help.”

Ruth Ufitimbabazi, 11, P.6.

“I will tell my “mother that happy Women’s Day” then I will thank her for raising and protecting me.”

Munira Umutoni, 11, P.6.

“I would like to congratulate my sweet mummy for all that she has achieved in her life as a mother.”
 
Evelyn Keza, 10, P.5.

“Woman should not wait just for a single day to be recognized but they should always work hard for a better future.”

Patience Uwase, 10, P.4.

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