The event attracted thousands of Rwandans and prominent personalities from different countries across the world that turned up for the ceremony.
The baby gorillas named on Friday were born between 1st July 2018 and 11th May 2019.
Naomi Campbell was among prominent figures that graced the event including Tony Adams, an English football legend who played for Arsenal and England and American RnB singer Ne-Yo and Tony Adams along with other celebrities.
The 25 baby gorillas named are members of the Amahoro, Umubano, Hirwa, Igisha, Isimbi, Muhoza, Kwitonda, Sabyinyo, Susa, Pablo, Kuryama, Mafunzo, Kureba, Musirikali and Ntambara families.
Naomi Campbell named a baby gorilla as ‘Intarutwa’ and later visited gorillas in the park.
Following the visit, she expressed delight for wonderful experiences of her visit in a tweet featuring a message and pictures with gorillas.
“Rwanda, I love you. Thank you to everyone who made this trip so special,” she tweeted.
Naomi Elaine Campbell, 49, was born in 1970.