Miss Belgium Kenza Johanna Stands with Rwanda in the 30th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi

Author: Brenda MIZERO
On:9/04/2024 13:01
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On February 24th, 2024, Kenza Ameloot, a Rwandan-Belgian beauty, made headlines as she showcased her support for Rwanda's journey of remembrance during the 30th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi. Kenza, aged 22, who hails from a Rwandan mother and a Belgian father, currently holds the title of Miss Belgium 2024.

Amidst Rwandans reflecting on the 30th anniversary of the Genocide against the Tutsi, Kenza Johanna Ameloot took the opportunity to express her solidarity with the Rwandan people, spreading a message of resilience through her online platforms.

In a touching gesture, Kenza took to her social media accounts, including her Instagram handle, to share a post with the caption "Kwibuka30 Genocide Against the Tutsi", following her participation in the Miss Belgium pageant held at the Proximus Theater in Belgium.

By sharing her support for Rwanda's commemoration, Kenza Ameloot not only acknowledges the historical significance of the Genocide but also sheds light on the strength and resilience displayed by the Rwandan people in the face of adversity.

Moreover, Kenza's acknowledgment of her Rwandan heritage and her proactive engagement in raising awareness about the Genocide resonate deeply with many Rwandans, both within the country and in the diaspora. Her actions serve as a reminder of the importance of remembering and honoring the lives lost during one of the darkest chapters in Rwandan history.

Kenza's dedication to commemorating Kwibuka30 extends beyond social media activism. Recently, she visited Rwanda to pay homage to her mother's homeland and to spend time with her loved ones. During her visit, she also took the opportunity to celebrate her boyfriend's birthday, generously gifting him souvenirs she had collected during her trip to Rwanda.

Kenza Ameloot's heartfelt gestures and her commitment to commemorating Kwibuka30 not only highlight her personal connection to Rwanda but also underscore the significance of international solidarity in honoring the memory of the Genocide against the Tutsi and promoting peace and reconciliation worldwide.

Belgian Beauty Queen joins 30th commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi