Tragic death of the younger brother of Audace Niyonsaba, stagiaire in Zambia


Audace-Niyonsaba-2014Sadly, we heard this morning about the death of Richard Niyomwungere, age 23, younger brother of our stagiaire Audace Niyonsaba who is currently learning Chibemba at FENZA. We know little apart that his brother died in a car accident in Kigali, Rwanda. Originally from Burundi, the family is still trying to find out how to attend the funerals which will take place in Rwanda.

Let us pray for Audace and his entire family in this painful moment. May the soul of Richard rests in peace.

9 thoughts on “Tragic death of the younger brother of Audace Niyonsaba, stagiaire in Zambia

  1. Geoffrey Mucani

    Ooh!!! That’s so sad! My condolences to Audace, may God give him and all the family strength and courage during this moment of sorrowful times!!
    May the soul of Richard rest in eternal peace, Amen!!

  2. Marcelin Mubalama

    Oooh I’m very sorry to hear this news. May God receives him in eternal peace in deed. I’m very grateful for these messages that you are sending me and I encourage you to carry on with this high simplicity dear Father. You are really doing nicely this work of informing us. Thanks very much.

  3. Tontalato Krista

    Condolences for this tragic and painful death. Courage to our brother Audace.
    Thanks Serge for the all the messages and news.
    God bless

  4. Audace Niyonsaba

    There is an appointed time for everything. I am in great sadness because of my young brother death. He was a real gift to me. When I look at our life together I can only say: our life is short, a time in which sadness and joy kiss each other. Behind every smile there is a tear and in every embrace there loneliness. But this intimate experience in which every bit of life is touched by a death can point us beyond the limits of our existence. It can do so by making us looking forward in expectation to the day when our hearts will be filled with perfect joy, a joy that no one, even this mere death, shall take away from us. Goodbye my beloved young brother Richard.

  5. Mubanga francis

    What we commit to God, He glorify for His eternal purpose. His will is love to all of us. His ways are not are our ways. Jesus has taught us that “life is eternal,”. Saint Paul further said, “to a believer dearth is a release from the adversities.” May the Almighty God who has called our brother grant him quietness as peacefully rest in the precious hands of our Lord Jesus Christ. M.h.s.r.p.

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