Prince Aga Khan lays a wreath of flowers to honor the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi. (Timothy Kisambira)
The Chairman of the Aga Khan Group of Companies, Amyn Aga Khan, visited Kigali Genocide memorial on Wednesday to commemorate Genocide victims buried at the site.
The memorial is home to about 250,000 victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
The Aga Khan, who was in the country on a two-day private visit, took time to join the staff of Kigali Serena Hotel to pay respect to Genocide victims. According to Denise Omany, the country sales and marketing manager at Serena.
“The Aga Khan arrived in the country on Tuesday evening for a two day private site visit to a few of his company’s investments in Rwanda, and he was scheduled to leave the country yesterday evening”.
The Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) is a conglomerate of various firms, which have enterprises in media, tourism and hospitality, education, health, infrastructure, and industries.
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