College: National University of Rwanda
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jermaine was born in Kigali on 17 May, 1982. Since his childhood, Jermaine's dream was to become an international reporter by covering world events.
He is a student at Butare university and works for their newspaper(The New Butarean). He is a reporter of Never Again Internationa:Genocide prevention, unity and reconciliation in Great Lakes region, particularly in Rwanda. He is also a presenter on a Local Radio (Salus Radio).
Jermaine is sure that thesop.org will show him the way towards professionalism, knowing that Rwanda's media industry lacks professional journalists.
As a professional his main role will be to bring back trust to journalists after the role played by hate media before and during the 1994 genocide. Jermaine is also fluent in French.
|(Rwanda) Abanyarwandakazi mweikoranabuhanga neitumanaho - Ikoranabuhanga n"itumanaho riragenda ritera imbere mu Rwanda ndetse no muri Afurika, nk"imwe mu nkingi z"amajyambere mu mibereho n"iterambere, ariko kandi abagabo n"abagore ntibazamukira rimwe mu gukoresha ibyiza b"ikoranabuhanga. U Rwanda rurimo gukuraho icyuho hagati yabagera kw"ikoranabuhanga n"abatarigeraho, runazamura umubare w"abari n"abategarugori mw"ikoranabuhanga.|
|Youth - Stand up for Africa - Young men and women were used to playing a passive role in their countries development.|
|Back Home After 10 Long Years of Absence - August 2005, thousands of prisoners were released. Only old people and those who accepted to confess could board government trucks back home. |
|Risky Journey - For many decades, African immigrants have attempted to reach the world’s richest continent. Despite wounds, drownings and a foreseeable death, clambering the iron fence separating Spain to Morocco and crossing the Mediterranean Sea crowded in old and rusty vessels have been their only resort to reach Europe, where they expect better living conditions.|
|Giants Fall! - Africa knows now all five nations that will be represented in the next world cup in Germany. |
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