The youth in Rusizi district have been urged to fight against whoever tarnishes the image of the country on social networks.
The call was made on Saturday by the deputy mayor of Rusizi district in charge of social welfare, Nsigaye Emmanuel, while addressing the youth studying at Rusizi International University (RIU) as 11 of them sworn in as new members of Rwanda Patriotic Front(RPF) political party which saw membership at the university rise to 300.
“It is good that you have accounts on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook among other social networks. Let us use them with the intention of maintaining the good reputation of our country, resisting those tarnishing our image on social media. We have to take the initial step of fighting against such wrong acts and depict the true picture of our country, districts and our residences,” he said.
Twagirayezu Jean d’Amour one of the youth that sworn in on Saturday pledged to join other RPF members in striving for maintaining the reputation of the country and neutralize false reports against the country.
- Satudents at Rusizi International University (RIU) attending the swearing in ceremonhy as new members of Rwanda Patriotic Front(RPF) political party