Commenting on the visit held on Friday; Titien Muberangabo, the Chief Executive Officer of Global Risk Advisors Ltd has said that the company organizes similar event every year to help employees learn from the country’s dark history.
“It is an annual event to learn more about the Genocide against Tutsi and recommit our role to resist Genocide denial and trivialization,” he said.
Muberangabo said that such event should remind employees to always play their role to prevent reoccurrence of Genocide.
He encouraged other private institutions to take the lead in helping their staff to learn from history of Genocide against Tutsi.
“We encourage them to help employees learn from history of Genocide against Tutsi. We have to reflect on this history and remain united for the common goal. As people sharing the same history, having a common understanding helps us to move forward together and fast track envisioned national development,” noted Muberangabo.
He highlighted that commemorating is a way of honouring fallen victims and thanked the President of the Republic for his visionary leadership that has seen the country moving fast along the resilience journey and restoring unity among Rwandans.
Justus O. Oricho, a Kenyan working with Global Risk Advisors Ltd revealed that he was moved by the ordeal Tutsis endured during the Genocide.
As he said, what he witnessed at the memorial left him reflecting on the extent at which hatred is destructive to humanity and dreadful experiences victims went through.
Considering Rwanda’s gains; Oricho urged other African countries to learn from the country’s model of conflict resolution which he believed might be a solution to achieve sustainable peace on the continent.
Global Risk Advisors Ltd is an insurance services broker which started operations in 2013 after obtaining licensing from the National Bank of Rwanda.