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Sandra Uwanyirigira, a divorced mother of two echoes similar views.
She says that since her divorce, she has been dating younger men and she usually prefers to look beyond their age.
For most Rwandan boys when he was growing up, the dream was to become a soccer star.
But for Dusingizimana, it was the science behind cricket that piqued his interest: friction forces, collision and motion.
Onlookers sit on pale green grass dotted with brown potholes, their legs sprawled as they watch a young batsman whack a ball to the boundary.
There's only one dedicated guidebook on Rwanda and it thinks the capital is boring.
"Kigali hasn't many tourist destinations," it warns, "you're unlikely to want to spend many full days there." Most tourists to Rwanda follow this advice, glossing over the city en route to the country's natural treasures: the Akagera savanna, the ancient Nyungwe jungle and the gorilla-rich Volcanoes national park.
"Since my divorce, the men who come my way are usually much younger, but that doesn't bother me.
It's never about the age, but the level of maturity that one carries.