Kagame recognizes women value in national progress

By IGIHE
On 9 March 2017 at 12:37

President Paul Kagame has recognized the value of women in building the nation where their inclusiveness has a great impact on the nation’s progress.
President Kagame conveyed the message as Rwanda joined the rest of the world in celebrating International Women’s Day. “Realizing women’s full aspirations is inextricably linked to achieving whole nation’s potential,” he said via tweeter account.
Rwanda comes on top globally in having the majority of women representatives in the parliament at 63, (...)

President Paul Kagame has recognized the value of women in building the nation where their inclusiveness has a great impact on the nation’s progress.

President Kagame conveyed the message as Rwanda joined the rest of the world in celebrating International Women’s Day. “Realizing women’s full aspirations is inextricably linked to achieving whole nation’s potential,” he said via tweeter account.

Rwanda comes on top globally in having the majority of women representatives in the parliament at 63, 8% and having 30% of women in local government committees.

Rwanda’s women have also been exploiting their potentials in the aviation sector, entrepreneurship, military and police among others.

Ladies were among recently commissioned officers who completed one year cadet training at Rwanda Military Academy.

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