Kigali Marriott Hotel management team visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial for Kwibuka22

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On Wednesday 18 May, the management team from the Kigali Marriott Hotel in Kigali City visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial to remember the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, and learn about the history of the Genocide. Kigali Marriott Hotel is a new 5-star luxurious hotel situated in Kigali City. It aims to offer the highest standards of comfort and service.

The group began their visit at the memorial by laying wreaths on the mass graves, which are the final resting place for over 250,000 victims of the Genocide in Rwanda, followed by a tour of the memorial’s exhibition to learn more about the causes of the Genocide and the dangers of genocide ideology. The group ended their visit by leaving messages of hope in the memorial’s guestbook.

“I don’t think that you can really understand Rwandan history until you visit a genocide memorial. Genocide is something that is difficult to comprehend. In addition, to see how our nation was able to overcome this, was unbelievable. Peter Mukuru, Representative of the Kigali Marriott Hotel.

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