"We are going to reorganize the tombs and coat the corpses with new products which will guarantee better conservation", Napthal Ahishakiye from Ibuka told Hirondelle News Agency.
"The whole operation, from exhumations to new burials will be done in presence of the victims families", he added.
The old tumbs were not watertight, letting rain in which was damaging the corpses.
Nyanza memorial was built on the place where thousands of Tutsis were killed after the departure of Belgian Blue Helmets on April 11, 1994.
© Hirondelle News Agency