Free flow, in lockdown

Kigali, Rwanda Monday, Tuesday, W, T, F, S, Sunday, #Stay home #GumaMurugo. Genocide against Tutsi commemoration starts, I can’t support friends who lost their families during 1994. Lockdown reasons. We start trying the virtual support. They are being hunted by past events. Wounds are feeling fresh again. I can’t do more than the virtual. It’sContinue reading “Free flow, in lockdown”

The life of an ordinary Rwandan citizen

Kigali, Rwanda It was Friday night, 20th March. I was on my way home from a restaurant when I got a notification that the country would be starting a two-week lockdown the next day. While reading the official government notice, I never really paused to consider what it would mean for me and how IContinue reading “The life of an ordinary Rwandan citizen”