Friday, 1 November 2013

Rwanda MPs Recommit To Promotion Of Unity Among Rwandans

Rwanda MPs recommit to promotion of Unity among Rwandans

 Members of both chambers of the Rwandan Parliament started the annual retreat with a fresh call to Nation building and promotion of the Ndi Umunyarwanda (I am Rwandan) campaign aimed building a nation through open dialogue, trust and honest discussions about the nation’s history.

The retreat was opened by the Speaker of Parliament Chamber of Deputies; Hon. Donatille Mukabalisa said that as people’s representatives, they must set an example in upholding “Ndi Umunyarwanda” Programme that promotes unity of Rwandans.

The Prime Minister Pierre Damien Habumuremyi addressed the members of both parliaments at the two-day retreat kicked off on October 30th, 2013 at Gabiro School of Infantry in Gatsibo District, Eastern province of Rwanda.

While making his presentation titled “Flashback on governance: The role of politicians in the destruction and construction of Rwanda”, Habumuremyi said Divisions and hatred sown by the regimes which succeeded one another after the colonial period are as a result of segregation and heinous ideology disseminated by colonialists many of whom being missionaries.

He however said that Rwanda has been blessed with good leadership today and stated that the current leadership promotes unity of Rwandans and puts forward all people’s interest irrespective of their would-be differences.

“The Programmes put in place to cater for Rwandans do not discriminate anyone; they constitute equal opportunities for all Rwandans” he said.

Rwanda MPs Recommit To Promotion Of Unity Among Rwandans


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