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After visiting Gisozi Genocide Memorial site, Jose Chameleone left the message for Rwandans

Posted By: Mutiganda Janvier - On:29/06/2015
During his time in Rwanda, Chameleone visited Gisozi Genocide memorial site and laid wreath on the mass graves of the 1994 genocide during which approximately one million Rwandans were killed.

After laying wreath on the mass grave and tour the site where he has been explained the history of Genocide which claimed more than one million of innocent Tutsis in only 100 days, the Wale Wale singer left the message for Rwandans in the press conference.

Chameleone ku rwibutso

Dr. Jose Chameleone at Gisozi memorial site

“I’m honored to be one of Africans who visited Gisozi memorial site. I’m happy to see how Rwandans are striving to preserve their history to build the bright future. For the Christian who read the Bible, there is a verse in Genesis stating that life is a God’s present. We have to love each other and hold hands that it will never happen things like these where people take God given lives of others. So, I urge Rwandans to devote their lives upon heaven.”

IN OTHER PICS, JOSE CHAMELEONE AT GISOZI MEMORIAL SITE

Basobanurirwa

Basobanurirwa

Attentive Chameleone with his team, explained the history of Genocide in Rwanda

Ashyira indabo ku mva

Chameleone laid wreath on mass graves in which there rest more than 250,000 Tutsis killed in Genocide

Chameleone

Yitegereza

Yitegereza

Chameleone

Chameleone was shocked by what he saw

Asinya mu gitabo

He laid his signature in the visitors' book

Photos: Moise Niyonzima

Mutiganda Janvier

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