The coordinator of IBUKA (an association that cares for the benefit of genocide survivors) in Nyamagabe district appreciated the way people supported the 1994 genocide survivors in different programs in the memorial week of the 100 genocide commemoration period for the 19th time.
In his speech on the closure of the memorial week on Saturday the 13th.April.2013, Elie Ndayisaba the coordinator of IBUKA in Nyamagabe district appreciated people who supported genocide survivors either through attending presentations, dialogues or material support.
The coordinator of IBUKA also gave handful of thanks to people who were not hunted during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis that tried all they could to save, hide and provide refuge to the hunted Tutsis.
Though the memorial week ended on Saturday the 13th.April.2013, the commemoration period remains and it will be for the next 100 days in all parts of the country for people to remember the 100 days when a mass number of Tutsis were annihilated.
The coordinator of IBUKA in Nyamagabe district said it would be best if all organizations and companies that were operating before, during or even after the 1994 genocide to hold memorial services for the genocide victims and their families who were members of those companies.