I was born in 1993 in the capital city of Rwanda, Kigali. I still live there with my mom, my dad, my brother and my two sisters. I am the oldest of my siblings. I love all my sisters and my brother. We help each other in one way or another, they are always nice to me and being the oldest of them; they treat me with a special deference which is why I want to value them as being so important to me. I especially love my parents for they have inspired me to work hard and to get organized in everything that I do.
My name is Fiacre MUTABAZI. I started school when I was six years old. I went to kindergarten through sixth grade at St Patrick Elementary school. While I was there, I won credit for my perfect attendance and excellent work in class. I was an influential learner who always interacted with my teachers and my fellows. In 2007, I went to secondary school at College George Fox. While there, I won an excellent award for being a brilliant student who always cared for improvement in my school. I was a much focused student there and was only results- oriented. In 2010, I did pretty well in national exam ending ninth grade and moved to high school at BYIMANA School of Sciences where I have had the most influence upon my life.
While I was at BYIMANA School of Sciences where I was doing Physics, Chemistry and Biology often abbreviated as PCB, a lot of things took place which changed me into a good handsome guy. Like I had always wanted to be, this school taught me how to be a responsible person who knows the value of time and uses it properly to be as productive as possible. At this school which is the most excellent school in the country of Rwanda, I was able to participate in different groups and clubs form which I learned how to be an exemplary person. A year later, I was seen as a leader and was elected president of Patriotic Youth Club. While I was leading Patriotic Youth Club, I was open to what it means by patriotism and sacrifice for your country and its residents. As I was the leading person, I had more opportunities to speak with the most influential leaders in the school neighborhood who often came to visit the school. I therefore had a privilege to develop my skills of leadership and communication through experience. I also played volleyball in the school team and I won many championships with my teammates. I loved every player of my team especially my coach. My coach used to tell us that’’ there is no bad student but there are bad teachers’’; I liked his advice when he said that we had to learn by practice rather than more observation. I especially liked the school principal because of his big influence on my conduct. Whenever I deviate from the social etiquette, I was convinced that I had to return to the social school tenets which made me a very good and successful student who is pretty organized.
Life to me means family and friends as well as success. It means parents who gave me the right thing to take with me on my life journey while I grow up to be an independent person. It also means friends whom I can trust and who offer me life advice that can influence the way I act towards the society. Finally it means success because life without success is doomed in failure which in no more than death. Above all, I esteem the power of God, the Lord of hosts. I do count on my church, the Evangelical Friends church (Quaker) in which I was raised. All my family goes to this church and we all love and believe In God the Creator. I am very involved in the church services; I make and teach songs in the church choir which I have been part of since I was a little boy. I was born in 1993 in the capital city of Rwanda, Kigali. I still live there with my mom, my dad, my brother and my two sisters. I am the oldest of my siblings. I love all my sisters and my brother. We help each other in one way or another, they... (more)
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