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PICTORIAL: 21st Genocide anniversary in pictures

Rwandans yesterday, took part in activities to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

The parallel events were all held under the auspices of this year’s theme; “Remember, unite, renew”.


Defence minister James Kabarebe chats with Patrick Nyamvumba, Chief of Defence Staff of the Rwandan Defence Force (R), at Kigali Memorial Centre yesterday.

Chief Justice Sam Rugege (left) and Senate President Bernard Makuza follow proceedings at the commemoration event at Kigali Memorial Centre yesterday.

Amb. Leoni Cuelenaere of the Kingdom of The Netherlands who represented the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Rwanda, lays a wreath at Kigali Memorial Centre.

Minister of Sports and Culture Julienne Uwacu speaks at Kigali Memorial Centre yesterday.

Attendees follow proceedings at yesterday’s commemoration at Kigali Memorial Centre.

Children wait for the arrival of guests at Kigali Memorial Centre yesterday.

Muhanga residents march from Cathedral Basilica at Kabgayi to Muhanga Genocide Memorial Site at Kabgayi (Emmanuel Ntirenganya)

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