Afro pop singer, Diane Teta dropped a new Genocide commemoration song dubbed Ndaje, it speaks about youths’ determination to make Rwanda’s future better after the 1994 genocide.
The new song urges youth to remember and advocate for a united and peaceful Rwanda.
“It’s our duty as youth to work hard and build a non discriminatory future, a future with no ethnic hindrances, that’s what my song advocates for,” says Diane Teta.
Teta started singing in 2010 as backup singer for many local cultural troupes and artistes.
She became famous in 2013 when she featured in a hit song, dubbed Fata Fata. Teta boasts of songs like, Canga Ikarita.