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Murekatete Adrie & Umuhoza Alexie

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Murekatete Adrie, Umuhoza Alexie’s aunt, wants to tell her niece about a former classmate who was orphaned in the genocide. Although lucky enough to be adopted and be given an education, she got in trouble at university by becoming involved with a young man who left her after she became pregnant by him. She wants to warn Umuhoza Alexie to avoid temptations and concentrate on her studies. “I am sure you cannot suffer when you have education.”

“It was good during my youth because aunties, friends, or families could recommend for you a good boy. In the real sense you would get married to someone that your family knows very well.” Murekatete Adrie

"I am happy with what she has told me. I would like to thank her very much for the advice she has given me!"Umuhoza Alexie

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SEPTEMBER 2014 - Archival Science 14 (Nos. 3-4, 2014): 275-306. Available here

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