You might have missed out on most trending stories in the lane of education, The Campus media has brought for you one of those coverage stories, which was dominated by CHOGM pre-events.
30 primary students win Art contests
A number of 30 primary students won Art contests that portrayed CHOGM values through talent exhibitions.
Cyuzuzo Ngabo Groly from G.S Gakenke Gatsibo district was one of the winners in a nationwide competition who drew a pot embossed with a crown tagged with a CHOGM flyer which symbolizes unity and reconciliation.
The best drawings will be displayed during the CHOGM meeting.
Students were competing under the themes of Governance, Rule of Law, Sustainability, Health, Youth, Technology, and Innovation.
Schools close in Kigali to smoothen movements during CHOGM
As only 6 days remain for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Summit to
The ministry of education issues instructions closing all day schools in Kigali from 20 to 26.
The aim of this was “to smoothen the movement of the people during the time when Rwanda will be hosting CHOGM.”
UR College of Science and Technology commemorates Genocides against the Tutsi
The entire community of academic staff and students of University of Rwanda College of Science and Technology (KIST) gathered at the campus premises in Kigali to pay tribute to those who lost their lives during 1994 genocide against Tutsi.
The event was engaged with remembering activities which took place at Kigali Genocide Memorial in Gisozi where they wreaths flowers on the graves in which more than 250,000 remains of the victims are laid to rest.