Celebrating Rwanda’s Liberation Day; A Restoration of Life.
The celebrations of Rwanda’s Liberation Day are a reflection of the people’s perseverance and sacrifice to restoration of Rwandan dignity and restoration of the will of life. Rwanda’s liberation history stands as a pivot reference in African society in identifying Africa’s ability to unite, thrive and conquer to proclaim the African alignment of sustainability and stability. The Embassy of Rwanda in Zimbabwe, celebrated Rwanda’s progress post liberation jointly with Prof. Amon Murwira, Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology Development, who is also the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and other members of Diplomatic Corps celebrated Rwanda’s Liberation where the RPA put an end to the Genocide against the Tutsis resulting to the rebirth of the nation.
His Excellency, Ambassador James Musoni highlighted in his speech that the 4th of July marks Rwanda’s turning point from menace of ethical sectarianism and division to a harmonized country with security, restored dignity and hope, a restoration of life. He emphasized that the liberation stands as an outcome of all Rwandans’ sacrifice, patriotism, resilience and selflessness under the leadership of His Excellency President Paul Kagame. He also highlighted Rwanda’s sustainable progress in Education, Health, a developed economic system and its justice position in the International Criminal Tribunal. Prof. Amon Murwira in his keynote address, the guest of Honor congratulated Rwandans and pledged on behalf of the government to continue to stand with Rwandans in fight against the distortion of history and Denial.He further called upon the International Community’s involvement in taking an advanced and effective step to making sure it commits to providing justice to all the crimes against humanity and prevent their recurrence.