- David Luiz is in Rwanda and will visit several destinations including the Kigali Genocide Memorial
- His tour to Rwanda is part of the ‘Visit Rwanda’ partnership between the Government of Rwanda and English club Arsenal
- The Arsenal defender has been promised first-class hospitality along with his family and fiancé
Rwanda President Paul Kagame on Friday, October 11, warmly welcomed Arsenal centre-back David Luiz to the country as part of a lucrative deal the country has with the London club.
Luiz jetted to Rwanda on Friday, October 11, and is set to be hosted by the president along with his family.
Days before his arrival, the former Chelsea man issued a joint statement expressing his excitement at visiting "the beautiful country".
“I have heard wonderful things about the breath-taking beauty of Rwanda and its people, and I can’t wait to experience the country and all it has to offer.
''Football has the amazing power to bring communities together and drive social change, and the Arsenal shirt has a unique ability to reach fans all over the world," Luiz's statement read.
Luiz is the second football star to jet to Kigali in barely a week after the arrival of Chelsea legend Didier Drogba days earlier.
For Drogba, he is among the key speakers at the ongoing 3rd Youth Connekt Africa Summit.
The Brazilian and his family are also expected to visit the famous Kigali Genocide Memorial to pay respects to the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Luiz’s visit sums up commendable efforts from Kagame and Rwanda’s tourism sector to place their country on the world map.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Brazilian football star David Luiz explained that the desire to win trophies masterminded his decision to leave Chelsea for a move to rivals Arsenal.
The former Paris-Saint-Germain defender made a controversial deadline day move across London to Arsenal in an £8 million deal.
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