Félicité Niyitegeka (1934 - 21 April 1994), was a Rwandan Roman Catholic nun in charge of Centre Saint Pierre in Gisenyi town (now Rubavu Town), in the Western Province. She was born in 1934 to Simon Sekabwa and Angelina Nyirampabuka. She was killed on 21 April 1994 during the genocide against the Tutsi.
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- The soldiers would not return a verbal message back to the Colonel.
- Felicite Niyitegeka said, she decided to write a small note to her brother (ktpress.rw, January 31, 2017)
- Thank you for wanting to help me. I would rather die than abandoning the forty-three persons for whom I am responsible. Pray for us, that we may come to God. Say ‘goodbye’ to our old mother and our brother. When I come to God, I shall pray for you. Keep well. Thank you for thinking of me. If God saves us, as we hope, we shall see each other tomorrow.
- last word to a family member, said Felicite Niyitegeka (ktpress.rw, January 31, 2017)