Our ideology is built around benefitting all Rwandans without any form of discrimination-Kagame

By IGIHE
On 1 May 2021 at 07:35

President Paul Kagame and the Chairman of RPF Inkotanyi has urged Rwandans to strive for inclusive development, draw attention to activities of common interests and stand against whatever tends to separate them.

Kagame revealed this yesterday at the RPF extended National Executive Committee meeting held at RPF Inkotanyi headquarters in Rusororo.

“RPF is not about choosing a few to benefit. Not so and so’s child and not people of a certain region. Our ideology is built around benefitting all Rwandans without any form of discrimination, “he said.

The meeting held in compliance with ongoing COVID-19 preventive measures brought together over 650 members.

It was also attended by various guests including top Government officials and youth representatives.

President Kagame said that the meeting was held at a time when the World continues to fight COVID-19 and urged Rwandans to keep soldiering on to defeat the pandemic.

He highlighted that RPF Ikontanyi has responsibilities to uphold its fundamental doctrines to build on discipline which has been the key enabler for the political party to achieve its agenda.

Kagame said that RPF has for far too long been characterized by inclusive development without leaving anyone behind noting that the pandemic has shown the status of achieved milestone.

Even though there are areas of improvements in leadership, the President told gathered cadres that there are some achievements to be proud of and urged them to continue striving to do more.

Kagame explained that the country has achieved a lot to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within available means not only commendable at national level but also internationally.

“It is rooted on hard work, discipline and collaboration. The fact that there are some Rwandans with particular mindsets will continue to exist, that is the nature of the World. When there are groups of people dedicating enough time to write, claiming that people die in Rwanda, that there is no freedom; we cannot stop people from talking, “he said.

“Even those saying wrong things, talk. You are the ones who should be talking. You have what to say, why don’t you talk? [...] do right things and tell the truth. If you don’t do so, the wrong doer tarnishes your reputation. It is like having clean water and then someone else pours in drops of paints gradually,” added Kagame.

The President reminded the youth that serving in different institutions to uphold discipline, make right choices and strive for common interests.

{President Paul Kagame and the Chairman of RPF Inkotanyi has urged Rwandans to strive for inclusive development, draw attention to activities of common interests and stand against whatever tends to separate them.

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