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President Kagame welcomed the YPO members and thanked them for the work they have undertaken in Rwanda. “We are reaching the milestones we have set for ourselves. I want to sincerely thank you for putting your resources in these invaluable efforts,” President Kagame said
President Kagame examines the technology that will be used by Ministry of Agriculture to monitor growth of crops – Kigali
Reflecting on the years since the YPO awarded President Kagame the Global Leadership award, President Kagame added: “the past ten years have crystallized into a journey that has had many benefits for our country.”
The YPO team is in the country to find new initiatives they can introduce to the 18,000 strong memberships who may be interested in joining the Rwanda Action Forum and the Doing Business in Rwanda Network.
Dennis Overton, member of Scotland World President Organization, speaks to the press following the meeting with President Kagame – Kigali
Speaking after the meeting, Dennis Overton, Founder and Chairman of Aquascot Ltd. and member of WPO Sc
otland said: “We are marking the 5th anniversary of the Rwanda Action Forum within the global YPO.
Rwanda Action Forum is interested in economic development in Rwanda and we exist to connect members from our 20,000 members from around the world with opportunities here so they can either partner with Rwandans here or start individual businesses.”
YPO Member Emery Rubagenga speaks to the press following YPO meeting with President Kagame – Kigali
He added: “Today, we are announcing the next development in the life of the forum, which is the launch of Doing Business in Rwanda Network which puts greater emphasis on Foreign Direct Investment.”
Isabel Coppa shows President Kagame the technology that will be used by Ministry of Agriculture to monitor the growth of crops – Kigali