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Mutiganda Janvier  – Writer
Wilson Misago – Creator
Wilson Misago – Producer
Niyitegeka Gratien Cast

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Set in the fictional village of Gatoto, Seburikoko recounts a story of a man called Seburikoko who calls himself SEBU due to the reputation he feels in himself as the richest man in the village. Nothing of help he does for his family as he spends all the time out drinking, selling out home possessions bought by his wife Siperansiya who does everything to support the family. Through the blend of drama and comedy, Seburikoko shows the daily life of Rwandans in the village shining the light on the struggle of a woman in the heart of the Rwandan society.