Kwibuka 25: UR-CAVM, Busogo Campus recalls its staff and students.

The university of Rwanda-College of Agriculture, Animal sciences and Veterinary Medicine (UR-CAVM), public institutions, National army, Police, Ibuka, AERG, Representative of Religions and other political units in the Northern Province meet to remember the staff and students who were killed during the 1994 Genocide Against Tutsi in the former ISAE Busogo, UR-CAVM now.
The event begins by a walk to remember to the memorial site of Musanze District located near UR- Busogo Campus and then to UR-CAVM monument where Hon. Veneranda UWAMARIYA and Prof. Nelson Ijumba, the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Research (DVC AAR) with other political authorities pose flowers to the two monuments.
During the event, testimonies, singers, theatres highlight the negative effects of the 1994 genocides such as: Segregation among Rwandan, bad leadership, killing tutsi even before 1994, Injustice in school and political parties’ campaigns for killing. Through their messages, all of them emphasize on the important role of RPF Inkotanyi soldiers who rescued people.
Speaking to the event, the DVC AAR Prof. Nelson Ijumba welcomes all guest and thank the families of former ISAE Busogo during the 1994 Genocide for joining the college to commemorate, he also mentions some strategies adopted by the University such as Itorero in all campus, trauma counselling and mental health so that those who are wounded psychologically by what happen in the 1994 Genocide manage to recover. He also mentions that students who are at the university nowadays did not experienced the 1994 Genocide, but need to know how it happens and why to ensure that it does not happen again. “As University of Rwanda, we have to introduce programs in our curriculum that will instill respecting others, sense for acknowledging differences so that you grow up as human being, we are all children of God”  said Nelson. 
Mrs Veneranda UWAMARIYA, Chamber Deputy Member who was the guest of Honor, stressed the bad governance that prepared the 1994 Genocide and implemented it, she also thanks the government of Rwanda for many policies that unify Rwandans and those that help victims of Genocide and encourage students to use the opportunities set for them by the government to build a bright future of the country.  
The event ends by the night to remember where different messages and documentary films continue to be displayed.