Entertainment Death of our colleague Stanislas Ndayishimiye, one of the Voices of RFI

12:50  21 november  2021
12:50  21 november  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Stanislas Ndayishimiyé dans le studio d'«Appels sur l'actualité», en décembre 2018. © RFI Stanislas Ndayishimiyé in the studio of "calls on news", in December 2018.

Our colleague Stanislas Ndayishimiye is deceased. Born in 1962, in the center of Burundi, he lived in France, for 28 years. He had become one of RFI voices.

When, in 1993, Stanislas gets a scholarship to perfect his journalist training in Paris, he does not know yet that he will never go back to Burundi because, shortly after his arrival in France, "breaks the civil war. We kill in the streets of Bujumbura. He decides to stay in Paris. He asks for asylum and gets it.

A life in France

It is naturally that he turns to RFI because until then, being a journalist and editor-in-chief at the Burundian national radio, he also collaborated as the correspondent of the RFI sound agency. Exiled, he ends up being hired. His life is now in France.

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then integrates the Africa World Radio Service. It was during this period between 2011 and 2014, it is sent as a permanent correspondent in Abidjan. We are just after the fall of Laurent Gbagbo. In recent years, he was a journalist at the RFI economy service.

Stanislas Ndayishimiye was someone discreet but still posed and smiling and did not lack humor. As proof, while a day - rare - he began to moan and, in front of our surprise, he replied with a broad smile: "But I am French, since yesterday." He had just obtained French nationality.

One of the voice of RFI

worker, Stanislas was a serious journalist. Becoming one of the RFI voices, he multiplied the reports. We still remember one of its latest surveys on the cocoa sector in Côte d'Ivoire. For years, he said he did not want to return to Burundi but lately, he thought, explaining that he wanted his two young children to know their country of origin.

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