To Orwell Today,
amahoro mu rwatubyaye
mbanje ku basuhuza
nifuzaga kumenya urwatubyaye bihagije niyo mpamvu mbandikiye
mbasaba kumenya amateka y'arwo kuko nasomye ku intanet mbonaho
ko uwifuza ku bimenya yabandikira
ok igisubizo kiza
Thank you very much for your email. I know that "amahoro" means "peace" but otherwise I had to get a Rwandan friend to translate your message from Kinyarwanda into English. It says:
I start by greeting you.
Peace in our motherland
I will like to know more news about our motherland that's why I am writing you.
Wishing to know more about her history.
I saw on the internet that anyone who needs to know should write to you.
Ok thank you.
When I discover new things about the history of your motherland I will put them on my website to share with everyone.
I wrote about my visit to your nziza rwatubyaye in DESTINY DESTINATION RWANDA.
Amahoro be with you,
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~
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