The Association for Pentecostal Churches in Rwanda (ADEPR) built and presented the house worth Rwf1.7 million to Fortunate Mukamuyango 1994 genocide against Tutsis survivor and widow.

 

Mukamuyango getting into her house

Mukamuyango getting into her house

The house that was constructed in 3 weeks was presented to the owner on Wednesday the 3rd July 2013 by the administration of ADEPR with the support of Ruhango district.

“Now I am sure that our God is able and He provides us in His own time, I had a promise that before 2013 ends I will be in my own home now here it is” says Mukamuyango a mother of 2 excitedly.

Pastor Jean Marie Vianney Kalisa the representative of ADEPR in the Southern Province of Rwanda says supporting this widow is not over and done with the presentation of this house but will go on.

 

Pastor Jean Marie Vianney Kalisa

Pastor Jean Marie Vianney Kalisa

 

“We will keep supporting her in her daily life. She has been surviving on selling firewood and charcoal where she has been residing in Nyamagana cell in Ruhango sector” said Pastor Jean Marie Vianney Kalisa.

ADEPR Christians dancing to their fellow getting a house

ADEPR Christians dancing to their fellow getting a house

 

ADEPR intends to provide accommodation to the poor and vulnerable due to the atrocities committed against them in the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis. 71 houses are to be built in the Southern Province of Rwanda and 10 will be built in Ruhango district with the support of Compassion International.

Francois Xavier Mbabazi the mayor of Ruhango district who was present in this function appreciated this act done by ADEPR and said other religions should learn from ADEPR and do more social supportive work towards people’s development. 

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