He said some foreign powers have supported the perpetrators of the genocide that claimed about one million lives of people, majority of them being Tutsi.
“Rwanda has changed for good and forever, and will not be the same, President Paul Kagame,” has said.
He said this at Kigali Genocide Memorial was during the launch of the 24 th commemoration of people who died in genocide in 1994.
“This country has changed; it will never be the same. It has changed for good and forever,”he said.
He insisted some foreign powers have supported the perpetuators of the genocide that claimed about one million lives of people, majority of them being Tutsi. He said those countries have extended their influence to some nationals in Rwanda with intentions of seeing what happened in 1994 happen again.
“The lives that Rwandans lost because of some people, whether Rwandans or foreigners; we know how to advocate for those lives,” he stated amidst little Saturday afternoon dizzling.
Kagame who was flanked by Rwanda’s First Lady among other government officials said: “This is the 24th time we commemorate; it’s like the first time. Commemorating is to start afresh as we remember our nature, families, lives and the country; when we commemorate, we go back in these times,” he reminded.