On 10th April, staff and Students of UR Gikondo Campus visited ten families of survivors of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi who live in Nyagatovu Village in Nyamata Sector. After shedding more light upon their testimonies, Genocide survivors underscored that they are thoroughly thankful to the University of Rwanda at large for their continuous support rendered to them especially during each year’s commemoration week.
The Third Day of Commemoration Week of Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994 at the University of Rwanda- Gikondo Campus involved the public discussion facilitated by Mr. Charles Kayitana who revealed how bad leadership led to the Genocide against Tutsi.
Mr. Charles Kayitana during the Public Discussion
During the interdepartmental sports competitions which were conducted at the University of Rwanda-Gikondo Campus students in the Bachelor of Business Administration with Specialization in Finance (Year one and Two) were crowned champions in football after beating their counterparts in the Bachelor of Science in Accounting on penalty shots of 5 against 4. Female Law Students also won the basketball tropghy after beating their colleagues of School of Journalism and communication.
Law year one female basketball team bagged interdepartmental basketball trophy after beating their counterparts of Journalism and Communication 24 points to 4 in a tight final held on 23rd March, 2018 at Gikondo Campus basketball pitch.
Law Year one Female Basketball Team wins the First Interdepartmental Tournament in Gikondo Campus
On Wednesday, 21st March 2018 Dr. David Martin, the businessman from Australia, delivered a public lecture entitled “The Emergence of the Innovation Commons Economy” at the University of Rwanda-Gikondo Campus in which he strongly urged students to rise up and shine up.
Dr. David Martin, a business man from Australia, lecturing students at Gikondo Campus