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Talents show as Rwanda celebrates Heroes Day (Photos)

It was a great of celebration in Kigali, Rwanda as all citizens entered the Heroes Day weekend in style with a special concert that gathered local artistes and Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) Army Jazz Band joined forces to entertain music lovers.

The concert took place in Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village – Camp Kigali at 3pm on Friday 31st January 2020 for the Heroes Day concert, one of the events organised to mark the annual day which is celebrated on February 1.

The Army Jazz Band and Vibes Band, composed of Nyundo School of Music, had to worm up the crowd.

The show produces an amazing scene as Intayoberana kids troop, also East Africa’s Got Talent finalists came on stage.


The crowd was excited as Clarisse Karasira was announced to be the next performer.

After Karasira, local Afrobeat star Social Mula took up the stage performing most of his popular songs like ‘Abanyakigali’ and ‘Ma vie’


The upcoming star Niyo Bosco was cheered by the crowd with emotions when the artist sang his breakout hit “Ubigenza ute?” and his latest “Uzabe intwari”, which calls on people to be selfless and sacrifice for others.

Remy IRADUKUNDA, who has known through Art Rwanda Ubuhanzi, has shown his talent in creative design at Camp Kigali



During the show, officials urged young Rwandans to live responsible lives by putting country first the same as the heroes that were being celebrated.

The Minister of Youth and Culture Rosemary Mbabazi, who was the guest of honour, said that she was impressed by how young people turned up for the Heroes Day concert, promising that the next celebration shall take place in Kigali Arena.

High-ranking officials who attended the show included the Minister of Defence Maj. Gen. Albert Murasira and the Minister of Internal Security Gen. Patrick Nyamvumba.