Umushyikirano concludes, eight resolutions taken (Photos & Video)

By IGIHE
On 19 December 2017 at 06:48

President Paul Kagame has today concluded the 15th National Dialogue Council with a call for concerted efforts to fighting drugs among youth.

The two-day dialogue, locally known as Umushyikirano, opened on Monday bringing together over 200 Rwandans, including central and local government officials, business actors, civil society, other members of the Rwandan community and diplomats.

Participants had different discussions that revolved around three topics which are; the National Strategy for Transformation, Values for Prosperity and the Youth at the Centre of Transformation.

Presenting the State of the Nation at the opening of Umushyikirano, Kagame said the general development has been registered in different sectors of the country’s life.

The meeting came up with eight resolutions under four areas which are education, health, economy and culture.


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Muhamud 24-12-2017 à 08:46

The Rwandan dialogue was a successful demonstration of how democracy works in Rwanda. It was very thrilling to see numerous sites all over the country from where citizens participated live in the Dialogue through video conferencing over the whole period of Umushyikirano. I have been around for a while and have never seen anything like this. Long live democracy and long live Rwanda.

Kwamamaza