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The Rwandan leader last week paid a special tribute to the deceased anti-apartheid icon, praising his courage to confront injustice and uniting a fractured society.
“Nelson Mandela represented much of what is remarkable about the human spirit: the courage to confront injustice and affronts to human dignity, the vision needed to unite a fractured society, and the humility evidenced in always pointing to a cause greater than himself and refusing the moral pedestal that he could have been offered,” said Kagame.
“In addition, because of his example, millions in South Africa, and the Continent at large, felt a strong sense of pride and in particular, saw that forgiveness is not a show of weakness, but actually one of strength – allowing people to move forward with their lives in a dignified manner.” He added.
He further said Rwandans had lived “this specific experience he embodied and will remember with great respect the personal sacrifice that Mandela made for the unity of his fellow South Africans.”
“Although the loss is a painful one, allow us to join you also in celebrating his life and inspiring legacy – one that will live on for generations to come. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and may this great son of Africa rest in peace.”
Some of the regional leaders who attended the memorial service of the departed freedom fighter include President Museveni, Uhuru Kenyatta, Salva Kiir, Jakaya Kikwete and Joseph Kabila.