Kelowna resident, former UN peacekeeper credits Rwandan genocide survivor for helping him get through severe PTSD
It is a bond that was formed out of very difficult circumstances. Kelowna resident Warren Webber was a UN peacekeeper during the genocide in Rwanda back in 1994. During his service, he met many children at orphanages. Thanks to a chance encounter online, he reconnected with one of them. As Klaudia Van Emmerik reports, Webber has now brought the man he considers his Rwandan son here to the Okanagan.