President Paul Kagame, on Sunday, attended a Commemoration service of the Genocide against the Tutsi led by Pastor Rick Warren at the Saddleback Church, California, U.S.
During the Prayer meeting, The Head of state told the congregation of how the country was left shattered by the fastest Genocide in recorded human history.
Asked by Pastor Rick Warren how Rwanda had managed to recover from something so devastating, President Paul Kagame told him that Rwandans themselves decided that it was necessary to reconcile and unite; which yielded very good results.
On his part, Pastor Warren noted how Rwanda's approach to conflict resolution should adopted by the whole world.
The role of Churches in Rwanda's tragic history was also analyzed, as well how they later helped to heal the wounds of Genocide.
The Saddleback Church first started to work in Rwanda 15 years ago, focusing on improving the people's social welfare through education, health and other sectors.