PSD in drive to extend Ndi Umunyarwanda program

Published by Théophile Niyitegeka
On 28 March 2017 saa 11:16
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The Social Democratic Party (PSD) in Huye district has mobilized members to promote Rwandan spirit and keep away from hatred and divisionism.

The call was made on Sunday during the congress of PSD in Huye district.

The president of PSD in Huye district, Habimana Kizito explained to members who attended the congress on Sunday about Ndi Umunyarwanda program where everyone was urged to stand against divisionism.

“We want to create adequate awareness of Ndi Umunyarwanda program and Pan Africanism among PSD members, “he said.

Participants in the congress were urged to work hard to realize self-development because it is hard to convince a progressive person to become an enemy of the state.

They also discussed preparations of presidential polls and the 23rd commemoration of 1994 genocide against Tutsi.

Habimana called on members to participate in commemoration events and mobilize their peers to do so.

The congress also highlighted that the preferred flag bearer for PSD in presidential elections must be supporting the idea of promoting vocational training at no cost to overcome unemployment and strengthen efforts of promoting agriculture.

PSD was established in 1991 and will celebrate 25 years of existence this year.

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PSD members in Huye district during Sunday congress.
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The president of PSD in Huye district, Habimana Kizito (in the middle) addressing participants of the party’s congress.