WDA and Umwalimu Sacco laud the RPA’s bravery stop the 1994 Genocide against Tutsis

WDA and Umwalimu Sacco laud the RPA’s bravery stop the 1994 Genocide against Tutsis
The Workforce Development Authority (WDA) officials together with their counterparts from the Umwalimu Sacco laud the bravery of Rwandan Patriotic Army (RPA), now Rwanda Defense Force (RDF), to stop the 1994 genocide against Tutsis.
Following the third address of three to be given during the 24th commemoration occasion that has been outlining the Uniqueness of Rwanda in fighting the consequences of 1994 genocide against Tutsis, officials from both entities laud the RPA bravery during and after genocide to restore and built the country.
“The 1994 Genocide against Tutsis took only three months and over million people died, but I normally think what would happen if the RPA run out of munition?” posed Laurence Uwambaje, the director general of Umwalimu Sacco, during today’s commemoration event.
“It shows how the RPF took a unilateral and brave decision to stop the Genocide, rescue victims and defeat the genocidal forces with little supply,” she said.
Laurence Uwambaje, the director general of Umwalimu Sacco, during today’s commemoration event.
Officials acknowledged the RPA for their bravery to stop the genocide and rebuilding the country and said that despite though the aftermath effects of genocide were beyond understanding, the government has did the extra-ordinary work to restore the country in various domains.

Both entities commended more emphasis in documenting and keeping alive the memory of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.  

 “I would like to appeal much emphasis in documenting our country’s history, so that during the next year’s commemoration, we will be having testimonies from our neighbors, which will help our offspring to know what happened in the past,” said Jerome Gasana, the director general of WDA.

According to Gasana, preservation of the country’s history will from the Rwandans will play a big role in eradiating the genocide ideology and denial by telling the world the truth. 

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Jerome Gasana, the director general of WDA, said there is a need to preserving the country's history