Rwanda will be launching a new museum at the end of the 100 days of mourning the million lives lost during the genocide. This museum will be at the national Parliament of Kigali. It will be two decades since the genocide happened in the Land of hundred hills.
The Parliament has always been a museum of its own with bullet holes from the final days of liberation. It also shows the two Army soldiers operating a heavy machine gun that was used to first contain and stop attempts by Genocide.
With time, Rwanda Development Board will be also launching the liberation Museum and this will be at the Former RPA command Centre in Mulindi. It was this building that was used before between 1990 to 1994 to liberate Rwanda. Once these are launched then Rwanda will officially have 3 National museums to include the Kigali Genocide Memorial which has now become one of the famous places visited by foreigners who come to Rwanda for Safaris and also business.
Despite the fact that the genocide militias and remnants of the former regime army pose a threat they are still holed up across the border in Eastern Congo which is a big threat to this land of a thousand hills. The United Nationals and also the Congolese army Is aware of their existence they are still left to untouched.
As Rwanda continues to mark the 20th anniversary of the genocide memorial, this has been and continues to be marked by a number of event and among these are; lecture series, events to deal with the genocide mentality and the root causes of genocides that have been committed all around the world till July 1st.
Therefore come July 1st, visitors to Rwanda will have another Museum to visit in Mulindi for a clearer picture of Rwanda’s historic liberation.