The late Sayinzoga Jean, former chairman Rwanda Demobilization and Reintegration Commission has been commended for his deeds and bravery when he was alive and serving. His deeds were appreciated last evening in a tribute to his achievements held at his home in Intashyo village, Bibare cell of Kimironko sector in Gasabo district,Kigali.
The celebration was attended by relatives, friends and top government officials including Prime Minister, Anastase Murekezi, the Minister of Local Government, Francis Kaboneka and the Minister of Justice Johnston Busingye among others.
The representative of the bereaved family, Mathias Abimana described Sayinzoga as a parent and brave who could dare anything for the family and the country.
“ He was brave, parent, adviser, leader in family and the country,” he said.
Mathias said he won’t forget words of Sayinzoga who always encouraged them to strive for greatness and success.
Jeanne Mukantwari, sister to Sayinzoga, said his brother would strive to fend for the family and recalled how he stopped studies in junior seminary to help her grow younger orphaned sisters.
Sayinzoga died aged 75.