Burundian Appeals for Kagame intervention in her country
A Burundian lady, Nkurunziza Anne Marie has requested President Paul Kagame of Rwanda to intervene in her country’s political situation.
During the Rwanda Day event in The Netherlands on Saturday, the Burundian woman pleaded with Rwandaâ€™s head of state hoping that he could do something to combat the toughened political situation in Burundi.
The seemingly angry woman who claimed she was born to a Burundian father and Rwandan mother was almost cried while talking
â€œI request you Mr. President, do not let Burundi perish just like thatâ€ lamented Ms. Nkurunziza
The distressed Nkurunziza Anne Marie reminded President Kagame that Rwandaâ€™s stability is attributed to the principled leadership and wanted President Kagame to extend his support to the neighboring Burundi that has recently experienced a political adversity.
â€œYou are the President of Rwanda and Burundi is suffering security instability, have you forsaken Burundi and left it to die away? Your Excellence, we beseech for your mercy. Please do not abandon Burundi for good; we send you to interveneâ€ Anne Nkurunziza pleaded.
Meanwhile, other foreigners particularly South Sudanese and Ivorians were differently voicing up asking president Kagame to extend the abundant peace reigning in Rwanda to neighbors and other African countries in turmoil.
Another foreigner attending Rwanda Day from Ivory Coast asked President Kagame to apply his extensive knowledge in Unity and reconciliation to Ivory Coast, citing that Rwanda has quickly recovered from the Genocide against Tutsi 1994 whereas Ivory Coast has failed to bring back order and calm.
The Ivorian acknowledged Rwanda’s leadership efforts in the peace process across the globe and wondered: â€œYou managed to stop Genocide, what advice can you offer to us who have failed to stop regular killings in our country?â€ He inquired.
President Kagame responded to all questions concerning lack of peace and political stability in the said countries saying; Rwanda has a pleasant diplomatic relations with those countries; such conflicts would therefore be discussed with the countries mentioned for common good or suitable solutions.