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AB bank made a smiling heart to the survivor after building her a house fence

In a bid to help and keep in mind these who lost their relatives, Friends and families in the Genocide committed against the Tutsi, AB Bank built a house fence one survivor. This action made Mukandutiye Epiphanie have a smiling heart.

AB Bank: One, with Rwanda in Remembrance. Looking back beyond the Genocide against the Tutsi, what happened 22 years ago is never too easy to comprehend and Rwandans and other people of goodwill always remember and honor lives lost.

As the effects of what happened 22 years ago still rings in our mind, hearts and our homes; we remember to bring back hope in our lives, promote unity between us and improve our lives.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, management and employees of AB Bank Rwanda, we join the Rwandan Community and friends of Rwanda to honor and uphold the memory of the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsis. As one with Rwanda in remembrance, AB Bank stands against any genocide ideology.We are all very committed to making sure that genocide never happens again.

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Epiphanie Mukandutiye is smiling after getting a fence from AB Bank

AB bank invite all Rwandans, and friends and supporters of our country, to join together in this commemoration period. AB Bank Rwanda is a foreign-owned financial institution, which offers a broad range of financial services to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and other clients in the lower income strata. The bank is owned by 3 international shareholders and it is part of Access Bank Network with 6 banks in Africa, 3 banks in Europe/Central Asia and 1 Bank in South America.

AB bank mission is to be the leading provider of financial services to the micro, small and medium-sized Entrepreneurs and their families in Rwanda and to set industry standards in terms of customer service, professionalism and efficiency.

AB bank extend their deepest condolences to all those who lost their loved ones during this terrible tragedy. Let today’s remembrance ceremony be our simple gesture to honor those that we lost, and to keep in our hearts the promise of “Never Again.”

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After building they took a walk to remember heading to Kigali memerial site
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