Kigali city is set to exploit the land on which Deutche Welle international radio operated for 53 years before closing doors.
This has been unveiled by the director of urban planning and construction in the City of Kigali, Eng. Fred Mugisha in an interview with IGIHE.
“We have reserved the land for trasmission mast infrastructures. Such masts will be either owned by radios or telecommunication companies,” he said.
The said land where Deutche Welle radio was, had been leased to German which she handed back to Rwanda last year.It had been leased since 1963.
- German officials pulling down the flag on the land where Deutche Welle operated last year.