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“I will never forget the day I first stepped on Rwandan soil; it was a dream come true.” Calixte Bucyana. “After decades of living as refugeese, when we finally came home, it took us a long time to believe we were here, it was like a dream come true.” Patrick Nkotanyi
L-R: Calixte Bucyana; Patrick Nkotanyi;Immaculate Kangwage;John Gihana
L-R: Calixte Bucyana; Patrick Nkotanyi;Immaculate Kangwage;John Gihana

“I will never forget the day I first stepped on Rwandan soil; it was a dream come true.”

Calixte Bucyana.

“After decades of living as refugeese, when we finally came home, it took us a long time to believe we were here, it was like a dream come true.”

Patrick Nkotanyi

“Those who have never been refugees can’t know the pain of being one. I pray that no Rwandan should ever be a refugee. Ever!”

Immaculate Kangwage, Kanombe resident.

“Being a refugee is the worst thing that can ever happen to a human being. God answered our prayers and brought us home and, I will never forget the day we returned home.”

John Gihana, 65.

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