The call was made by Senator Tito Rutaremara as he visited the 20 beauty pageants contesting for Miss Rwanda 2019 crown at Golden Tulip Hotel, Nyamata, Bugesera District where they are holding a two-week boot-camp that started on January 13th, slated to end on 26th January 2019.
The call was made by Senator Tito Rutaremara as he visited the 20 beauty pageants contesting for Miss Rwanda 2019 crown at Golden Tulip Hotel, Nyamata, Bugesera District where they are holding a two-week bootcamp that started on January 13th, slated to end on 26th January 2019.
On Tuesday, the girls running to be crowned as the most beautiful and intelligent girl in Rwanda were taken through discussions by Senator Tito Rutaremara and other officials including the Chairman of the National Itorero Commission, Edouard Bamporiki and Dr. Jacques Nzabonimba, the in Charge of Culture at the Rwanda Academy for Languages and Culture.
Senator Rutaremara urged the pageants to treasure unity, patriotism, commitment, responsibility, hard work and humility, among other values, emphasizing on integrity as the most important value of the Rwandan culture as it helps people live together with others in peace and harmony.
“Integrity is the one Rwandan cultural value in which others are wrapped. Integrity is not the body beauty seen by eyes. It is in the inside of somebody. With integrity, you listen to others, avoid arrogance and keep your fidelity. If all we Rwandans had that value, our country would turn into a paradise,” Senator Rutaremara said.
The first day of the boot camp saw the beauty pageants trained in Rwandan traditional dance and pageants walking mode which they will showcase at the final day of the pageantry that will see the declaration of the new Miss Rwanda replacing Liliane Iradukunda who has held the crown since January 24th last year.
The event will be held at Intare Conference Arena in Rusororo, Gasabo District.