Rwanda Liberation Day – July 4, 2022

Rwanda Liberation Day on July 4 is observed because it marks the end of a period under a tyrannical government and the beginning of freedom from oppression. It represents the end of a dictatorship and the start of democracy. The date is also the anniversary of the Rwandan Patriotic Front liberating the country and ending the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi. The day is known locally as ‘Kwibohora.’

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