President Paul Kagame has pledged government support for development efforts in Nyamagabe district where he is currently touring.
The president was speaking to thousands of residents gathered at Munini sector at an event braced with heavy downpour.
He thanked Nyamagabe residents for the various development initiatives in the district.
“Progress observed in Nyamagabe is a sign that transformation is possible. The government gives some support but a lot is done by you.
Let’s work together and develop. Rwandans should not live in poverty,” Kagame noted.
“We want Rwandans to have a good life, to work. Whatever you will need, you will get, I promise. Iam just reminding you to unite and work hard. I will return to see extra results,” he told the cheering crowd.
The president also visited the new tea factory valued at U$1Million currently under construction in the district. It is expected to provide 3000 jobs.
On Wednesday (Tomorrow), president Kagame will visit Nyaruguru district.
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