Former street vendors, university graduates organize government programme sensitization show

On 22 November 2017 at 08:21

Former street vendors, cleaners from different institutions and university graduates forming Bronze Events Ltd, have organized a public show aimed at sensitizing the public about government programmes.

Dubbed ‘Diplomatic Private Party’, the show will take place at Radisson Blu on 25th November, 2017 and will underline Made in Rwanda and Nk’Uwikorera, a programme meant to raise awareness of the service providers so that they provide effective and quality services to citizens.

The show will be graced by different government officials, ambassadors, non-government organisations and entrepreneurs among others.

Participants will be entertained by comedian, Arthur Nkusi and artiste Hope Irakoze.

Speaking to IGIHE, John Migambi, the managing director of Bronze Events Ltd, said the show is aimed at supporting government to promote different development programmes.

He said that it will also help to raise awareness among population towards government programmes especially Made in Rwanda and Nk’Uwikorera.

“The prime purpose of the show is to help raise population’s awareness towards two government programmes ‘Made in Rwanda and Nk’Uwikorera’. The idea came after observing that Rwandans still neglect to use locally made products. We also observed that there are service providers who provide poor services. That is why we decided to contribute to the country’s journey to development by coming up with such innovation,” he said.

John Migambi, the organiser of the event
Hope Irakoze and Arthur Nkusi will entertain participants