Christophe Hitayezu, the managing editor of Nonaha.com since 2014, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Rural Development and Agribusiness, Awarded from the University of Rwanda in 2014.
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Started journalism practices since 2013, Hitayezu gained Journalism experience from various training by Rwanda Media High Council among other public and private institutions.
Mr. Hitayezu was born in Butare Province (Currently Gisagara District) in the family of 8, he studied at Mwendo Primary School (1997-2002), Gakoma Secondary School (2003-2006), Ecole des Science Saint Louis de Montfort Nyanza (2007-2009) and The University of Rwanda (2010-2014). He served one year in 2010 as a teacher at Mamba Secondary School located in Gisagara District.
Hitayezu has traveled to Europe, Asia and other African countries for training workshops and Study Tours in journalism.
Christophe Hitayezu in the news:
- Thomson Foundation, UK: Rwandan journalist’s study route to international publication.
- MESHA, Kenya: Why Rwandan journalist’s model answers Covid-19 coverage
- Press Box, Rwanda: COVID-19: Early preparedness led to effective contact tracing mechanism – Dr. Nkeshimana.
- The Inspirer, Rwanda: The Role Of Media Is Paramount In Engaging Community To Combat Outbreaks