Rwanda’s music mogul Jean Paul Samputu is will at the end of this week perform and give a dialogue on unity and reconciliation process in Libya as the world peace ambassador for countries that have experienced wars.
After performing and exchanging ideas with over 150 Scottish students on unity and reconciliation, the singer has been also assigned to share Rwanda’s experience in Libya according to Glasgow news paper Evening Times.
Libya recently experienced a horrible war that resulted into death of thousand Libyans and their former President Col. Muammar Kaddafi; leaving hatred and separated locals from the former and present regimes.
The peace ambassador singer’s assignment to Libyans will focus on teaching how to forgive and work for common interest of developing their country as one.
Following his unity and reconciliation songs that supported the reconciliation programs in Rwanda after genocide, Jean Paul Samputu was appointed as world peace ambassador in 2007 and every year is hosted in different places that were exposed to wars.
Through his peace, unity and reconciliation programs, Samputu explains the situation that Rwandan population has experience back in 1994 genocide and how it has managed to overcome it hence quick development.