Rwandans in Saskatchewan Commemorate Genocide Against Tutsi

By Faustin Mugisha
On 15 April 2014 at 03:16

Rwandans living in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, local leaders and friends of Rwanda gathered to mark the 20th commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi on April 12th 2014.
The event was held at Regina Victory Church from 2 pm to 6 pm, Regina time.
Speaking at the event, the president of Rwandese Community of Saskatchewan, Mr. Francois Regis Kabahizi, urged the public to always speak out in the face of the genocide, fight the evil and its forms, whenever it is on attack against (...)

Rwandans living in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, local leaders and friends of Rwanda gathered to mark the 20th commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi on April 12th 2014.

The event was held at Regina Victory Church from 2 pm to 6 pm, Regina time.
Speaking at the event, the president of Rwandese Community of Saskatchewan, Mr. Francois Regis Kabahizi, urged the public to always speak out in the face of the genocide, fight the evil and its forms, whenever it is on attack against the humanity.

He emphasized on the importance of remembrance as the only way to honour the victims and comfort the survivors, while taking the process of reflection, healing and progress.

Rwandan students at University of Regina performed solemn songs, poems in honour and memory of the victims and survivors.


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