A Prince of Peace for Bujumbura

What must it be like to fear for your life and those of your family members so much that you leave all that you know and all of your belongings in the dark of night to flee over 100 miles to foreign land? Those of us in North America can only imagine. However, this is a current reality for over 22,000 Burundian refugees fleeing political violence and threats in the capital city of Bujumbura and seeking refuge in Rwanda.
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