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  Rwanda's population is predominantly Christian, with 56.5% Roman Catholics, 26% Protestants, 11.1% Adventist, 4.6% Muslim, 0.1% Indigenous beliefs and 1.7% belonging to no religious denomination (2001 est.).

The country has three official languages, namely Kinyarwanda, French and English.
Swahili and other dialects from the region are also spoken, especially in major commercial centres.