Ngoma: Youth vow to Fight Genocide Ideology
Members of Never Again Club -Ngoma on Wednesday, vowed to fight Genocide and its ideology.
The youth made the resolve during their study tour at Nyarubuye Genocide Memorial Site in Kirehe district.
At the site, the students received lessons on the history of Rwanda, how the Genocide was planned and carried out and the role of youth preventing it.
“The youth of today will not give a chance to Genocide and its ideology to infiltrate us. We have the power to change that history and build a new country and future,” said Gaudence Mukansanga, a member of Never Again.
Jean Cedric Ndikumana, also a member of Never Again said the members will sensitize others and participate in nation building by profitably using their energy.
In his address, Cyprien Turatsinze, the coordinator of Never Again Club –Ngoma district commended the youth for their resilience in national building
“The youth promised to lead the way, in challenging the Genocide ideology, divisive thinking and prejudice,” said Turatsinze.
“They see themselves as the pillar for a brighter Rwanda, free of hatred and divisionism” he said.
Never Again Rwanda (NAR) is a human rights and peacebuilding organisation that was founded by three university students in 2002. Guided by a vision of a nation where young people are agents of positive change and work together towards sustainable peace and development, the founding members established NAR to empower young people with opportunities to become active citizens.