Kwibuka means to remember in Kinyarwanda,and Kwibuka20 describes commemoration taking place in Rwanda and abroad leading up to.............
We cannot change the past but we areobliged to confront it honestly, because the task of fostering such hope and building a better future is in all our hands like a flame. Let us remember and unite so that we can continue to renew.
Rwanda has risen to be a competitive and secure country. But still, this progress is often measured against 1994. To overcome this requires a concerted effort by all of us, including the people of Rwanda and the entire global community.
From the past experience and the current situation prevention seems not to be given enough attention nowadays particular emphasis should be put on then capacity to prevent genocide,
Since the genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda of 1994,and the strong efforts of the Rwandan Patriotic Front government to build national reconciliation, I have learned a significant lesson about what it means to be human.
Since my childhood I knew that Hutu hated Tutsi; I always remember the Hutu Power government radio, police, army, doctors, pastors, government officials and well educated people in the country calling Hutu husbands to kill their own Tutsi wives and Hutu kids to kill their own mothers.