WDA join the world to commemorating the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis

WDA officials laud the aftermath efforts made by the government to have genocide against Tutsis documented by international organizations
Yves Murego talking about the efforts made to have the genocide against Tutsi in 1994 recognized by internationl organizations
Officials from WDA commended educating young generations about country’s fundamental values that promote Rwandan social and unity

Workforce Development Authority (WDA) has yesterday joined the Rwandans and the world in general to commemorating the genocide against Tutsis on the 24th occasion and lauds the aftermath efforts made by the government to have genocide against Tutsis recognized by international organizations.

During the first of three addresses will be featured during the commemoration period, the WDA officials recognized the government efforts made to have the genocide perpetrated against Tutsi in Rwanda recognized by the international organization, which has led to bring the offenders to justice.

Yves Murego official from WDA, who gave the address, said despite the twenty-fist century featured with numerous atrocities that would have been recognized as genocide, the United Nation has so far recognized only three as genocide, the 1994 perpetrated against Tutsis included.

“We have to give all our credits to the Rwandan government for the efforts they have made to have the 1994 genocide against Tutsis recognized by United Nations,” said Murego.

Referring to the other cases of genocide perpetrated against the Rumania, Murego said the countries with Veto rights within united Nation have been denying recognizing it as the genocide.

“Because of how the countries have been supporting each other due to the politics they embraced, during the Second World War the genocide perpetrated against Rumania isn’t yet recognized as genocide by united nation,” said Murego.

During the commemoration period spanning in 100 days, Jerome Gasana, the director general of Workforce Development Authority, commended more efforts to educating the Rwanda youth on the country’s values and unity.

“We have to put much emphasis on educating our young people about the country’s fundamental values that promote Rwandan social and unity, to make sure that genocide not occur anywhere again,” said Gasana.

 

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