Kagame warns Nyamasheke residents over false Ideology
President Paul Kagame has warned Rwandans against believing false doctrines saying it would lead to insecurity and hinder development.
â€œKillings and all the bad things that happened in the past root to ancient Rwandansâ€™ acting without questioning,â€ warned the President.
Kagame was addressing more than 10,000 Rwandans in Kagano Sector, Nyamasheke District, and Western Rwanda on Monday June 29th 2015
Kagame said that the encountered development in Rwanda owes to the fact that Rwandans are no longer ignorant and they look at the value they would derive in whatever suggestions that come up from people with diverse ideologies.
â€œRwandans are no longer ignorant, naÃ¯ve nor have they given-up .They donâ€™t fall for any doctrines that manipulate them to work towards other peopleâ€™s personal benefits,â€ said Kagame.
The president warned Rwandans that any doctrine diverting them from togetherness, security and hard work as pillars of development should never be given a platform. He called on Rwandans to boycott false advice from people who have deserted and betrayed the country but pretend to be revolutionalists.
In an insisting approach, President Kagame requested them to work hard, putting tourism opportunities and service delivery as top priority so as to earn economic independence.
â€œExploiting tourism is a great opportunity. We need more classy hotels in Nyamasheke and we should perfect service delivery,â€ advised Kagame.
Meanwhile, Nyamasheke showcased different achieved infrastructural developments that Kagame had pledged during his last visits in 2010 and 2015 respectively.
These include; graduating to 38 coffee washing stations from 1, electricity in households improving by 25% from 7.7% in households 72% to 97% higher level graduations with 567 classrooms erected.
â€œA lot has improved especially in terms of farming, we now have a coffee processing factory,â€ said Nyamasheke Mayor, Aime Fabien Kamali.
Among others, Bushenge Hospital was renovated and made the Provinceâ€™s referral hospital, owing to the Presidentâ€™s pledge and 75% residentâ€™s access clean water in not more than 500 metres.
Residents hailed Kagame for his role in fuelling development without segregation.
â€œI have moved from a mere woman to an entrepreneur employing 16 people in my sewing business,â€ said Alivera Mukantwari, Nyamasheke Resident.
Kagame reminded them that without security, hard work and togetherness; development can never exist.