Eighteen years since 1994 have passed and young people under eighteen make more than half of the Rwandan population. This means that they did not experience directly the tragic past of their country’s recent history. Whatever they have been told by whoever tried to inform them on the subject, they are the future of the country. Rwanda will be what they will make it look like. Nkunda on his blog – Cry for Freedom in Rwanda pinpoints where lies the responsibility of that young generation of Rwandans in the process.
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