Episode 63

Janvier Ngamije on Finding Forgiveness After Genocide

Jun 12, 2023

Jeff Shafer, CEO of CommonGood Capital, speaks with entrepreneur Janvier ‘Mike’ Ngamije, whose father died in the Rwanda genocide when he was 7 years old, on why it was important for him to forgive his father’s murderer, being raised by a dedicated single mother, the time he rescued a baby girl from a deep hole and who he later went on to unofficially adopt, his dream to one day return to Africa to help others, and much more.

A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
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#63 - Janvier Ngamije on Finding Forgiveness After Genocide
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Janvier Ngamije
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