Monthly Archives: March 2018

Continued anti-Rwanda rhetoric is not helpful

It is becoming routine that every time government leaders in Rwanda and Uganda meet to work out ways to put an end to the strained relations between the two countries, Uganda’s intelligence community goes into overdrive to undermine this good move. A clear pattern emerges, whereby the CMI which is actively sponsoring Rwanda National Congress (RNC) terrorists in their quest

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PHOTOS: Give African scientists the chance to compete professionally – Kagame

President Paul Kagame has advocated for the consideration of African technical expertise during the implementation of projects as opposed to always outsourcing them as if often the case. President Kagame was Monday speaking at the Next Einstein Forum 2018, a global gathering convening over 1500 scientists, businesspersons and policymakers. The Forum is organised by The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences

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African scientists get backing from the AU

African scientists will be glad to learn that they have the full backing of the continent’s top leadership. President Paul Kagame, the Africa Union chair, reiterated his support for science-related initiatives and committed to rallying his African counterparts to boost the sector. He was speaking on a presidential panel at the ongoing Next Einstein Forum 2018, a global gathering that

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Kagame, Museveni agree to strengthen ties

President Paul Kagame yesterday met his Ugandan counterpart, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, at the State House in Entebbe, Uganda where the two leaders resolved to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries. The President was accompanied onto his one-day official visit to Uganda by, among others, the Foreign Affairs minister Louise Mushikiwabo. In a meeting that took several hours, the

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