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KIGALI, Rwanda -- Rwanda has become one of Africa's surprising success stories. Just 20 years ago, genocide left the country's economy in ruins. But today, the economy is growing, thanks in part to home-grown entrepreneurship.
Regent University is in the country helping hundreds of citizens to turn bright ideas into successful businesses.
During those 100 days, Serge Kamari returned to Rwanda from Congo and joined the RPF Army in fighting.
"There were so many problems going on. At one time, you have one group of people who are killing the others and you also have another group of people who are working hard to stop the killing, and to also bring back so many Rwandans that were living outside the country," Kamari told CBN News.
"And it happened. That is one thing that I am proud of being Rwandan, that we solved our own problem," he added.
Kamari is now helping boost his country's growing economy. He owns J. Lynn's Bakery, a spot for tourists and Rwandan transplants to socialize, satisfy their "sweet tooth" and grab a freshly baked bagel.
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