Unity and Reconciliation Week launches with special community work

Published by Théophile Niyitegeka
On 1 October 2016 saa 07:56
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A special community work has been today held countrywide as part of launching the Unity and Reconciliation Week attended by various government officials.

The Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has joined Ngororero residents in the community work to sow beans; the senate president Bernard Makuza joined Huye residents while the speaker of parliament Mukabalisa Donathille joined Kigali city officials in the special community work held in Nyamirambo.

Talking on the special community work early this week, the executive secretary for the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC), Fidele Ndayisaba who organized it said that it would be held as Rwanda enters the Unity and Reconciliation Week and reflect on the beginning of liberation struggle.

“The Unity and Reconciliation week will start on 1st October, a date when the liberation war of Rwanda was started in 1990 .Rwandans extricated themselves from cleavages, racial and regional discrimination among other problems, “he said.

In some areas, residents have joined leaders to jointly participate in activities contributing to the welfare of neighbors among others as a symbol of unity.

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The speaker of parliament, Mukabalisa Donathille has joined Kigali city dwellers in the special community work held in Nyamirambo
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The senate president, Bernard Makuza has joined Huye residents in special community work