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Umushyikirano: Day Two of the 9th National Dialogue underway

By Eddie Bugingo
On 16 December 2011 at 01:47

The 9th National Dialogue, Umushyikirano is underway at the Parliamentary buildings on its second day. The morale is high as the hundreds of delegates sing in anticipation of another day of discussions that will see thousands of Rwandans in and outside the country engage with their leaders to lay strategies for nation building.
President President Paul Kagame will chair the meeting on the second day which will come up with recommendations and targets to be met over the next year. The (...)

The 9th National Dialogue, Umushyikirano is underway at the
Parliamentary buildings on its second day. The morale is high as the
hundreds of delegates sing in anticipation of another day of
discussions that will see thousands of Rwandans in and outside the
country engage with their leaders to lay strategies for nation
building.

President President Paul Kagame will chair the meeting on the second
day which will come up with recommendations and targets to be met over
the next year. The Minister of Labour and Public Service Anastase
Murekezi will shortly make a presentation on the Role of Service
Delivery in speeding up national development and enhancing good
governance.

The Minister of State for Primary and Secondary Education Dr.Mathias
Harebamungu will present a discussion on the Role of Education in
speeding up sustainable development. The discussion will be followed
by a special session dedicated to Rwandans living in Diaspora. The
over 250 members of the Rwandan Diaspora will participate.

Also those outside will be required to participate using Twitter,
Facebook and calling in. The session will be streaming live at
www.umushyikirano.gov.rw. President Kagame will deliver closing
remarks in the afternoon after adopting the resolution. Igihe.com will
bring you updates as they happen.

In attendance are central and local government officials,
representatives of the private sector, civil society, religious groups
and diplomatic corps.

Later in the afternoon, a football game between local and central
government officials will be played at the National Stadium.


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