Kenya Apologizes to its neighbor Rwanda over the Genocide

    Yesterday President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya officially apologized to Rwanda over letdown by the East African countries to intervene and save Rwanda from the dreadful 1994 genocide. The president of Kenya together With other east African Heads of State plus dignitaries laid wreaths at the Genocide Memorial found…

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Rwanda Tourism On The Right Track

Former Archbishop of Canterbury says ‘Rwanda on right track’ George Leonard Carey the former Archbishop of Canterbury during his visit has described the country as a happy and rapidly developing country following its positive response to the post-Genocide issues. Carey made these remarks yesterday, right after he had given a…

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After 20 Years Of Genocide In Rwanda

This day is of sad memories, as the people of Rwanda remember their losses, it’s a day when they remember how the entire world simply watched as close to one million of the compatriots were killed in the most ferocious way. However it is as well a day as we…

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Lake Kivu Tours

Rwanda’s largest and Africa’s sixth largest lake; Lake Kivu Rwanda lies along the African rift valley in the western perimeter of Africa’s small nation forming the border between Congo and Rwanda. Quite a busy lake, Lake Kivu is always alive with fishermen who mainly use dugout canoes to carry out…

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Birding in Rwanda, Birdwatching Safari Tours in Rwanda

birdwatching in Rwanda

Birding in Rwanda Rwanda is located within the Albertine Rift as well as dense forests and mountains which creates a unique and remarkable beautiful environment for the tourists to enjoy. Rwanda is birding destination with over 700 species and it has the highest number of Albertine Rift endemics in Africa.…

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