Kagame lauds Rwanda, Oklahoma Christian University cooperation

By IGIHE
On 11 February 2017 at 06:17

President Paul Kagame has lauded the cooperation Rwanda has with Oklahoma Christian University from the United States describing it as a good example of cooperation among people sharing same vision.
He made the remarks yesterday as he and first lady Jeannette Kagame attended 10th anniversary of the cooperation between Rwanda and Oklahoma Christian University where 420 Rwandans have graduated.
President Kagame lauded the university for having welcomed Rwandan students, equipped them with (...)

President Paul Kagame has lauded the cooperation Rwanda has with Oklahoma Christian University from the United States describing it as a good example of cooperation among people sharing same vision.

He made the remarks yesterday as he and first lady Jeannette Kagame attended 10th anniversary of the cooperation between Rwanda and Oklahoma Christian University where 420 Rwandans have graduated.

President Kagame lauded the university for having welcomed Rwandan students, equipped them with knowledge of international competence.

“The cooperation with Oklahoma Christian University is among commendable fruitful cooperation with higher institutions worldwide,” he said.

Kagame requested graduates at Oklahoma Christian University to work hard to bear good fruits, address challenges and contribute to finding individual and national problems.
He assured them that he and first lady Jeannette Kagame will support the association of graduates at Oklahoma Christian University when they return home.

President Kagame promised to maintain the cooperation and achievements of Rwanda, Oklahoma Christian University.

Rwandan students have been attending Oklahoma Christian University since 2006 on a 50% government bursary with the rest met by the University.


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