Would you forgive your worst offender?

“Forgiving someone depends on how I really feel about what wrong a person has done to me. If I realize he did it intentionally, I take long to forgive.”Jean de Dieu Higiro, Journalist at Radio Flash “I would forgive, but make sure that I enforce punishment were necessary. I believe this will help in making wrong doers not repeat the mistake.”Jane Uwimana Radio 10 Presenter.
L-R: Jean de Dieu Higiro; Jane Uwiman; Boniface Rucagu; Alex Muyoboke
L-R: Jean de Dieu Higiro; Jane Uwiman; Boniface Rucagu; Alex Muyoboke

“Forgiving someone depends on how I really feel about what wrong a person has done to me. If I realize he did it intentionally, I take long to forgive.”

Jean de Dieu Higiro, Journalist at Radio Flash

“I would forgive, but make sure that I enforce punishment were necessary. I believe this will help in making wrong doers not repeat the mistake.”

Jane Uwimana Radio 10 Presenter

“I can forgive a person especially when they apologize and tell me the truth about what they did against me. This is because I believe such a person really feels sorry for what was done.”

Boniface Rucagu, the National Chairman of the Itorero Taskforce.

“Forgiving depends on what someone has done to me. There are things that I can never forget and therefore forgive. In other words, I forgive when it is possible but not when a person intentionally hurts me.”

Alex Muyoboke, Private sector.

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