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Kagame: Rwanda No Longer Too Small for Its Citizens

A suspected robber was gunned down along Kampala Road on Saturday night in a shooting that caused unease in the city.

At least 11 bullets were heard around 9:30pm in the Nakasero area.

ChimpReports on Sunday morning contacted Special Forces Command spokesperson, abortion http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-d6e5281183b43367b679fdd74a064229.php Maj Chris Magezi for a comment on the gunfire:

“There was no shooting in our area (Nakasero State House). The alleged bullets came from somewhere else, site http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-media-list-table.php ” he observed.

It is understood that SFC officials today visited the Central Police Station seeking details on what transpired last night.

The presidential guard was informed that police were engaging a “suspected robber who was trying to break into one of the shops near Shell Fuel station.”

Police publicist, pharm http://coloradofinearts.org/wp-content/plugins/maintenance-mode-free/maintenance.php Fred Enanga said he was yet to get a full briefing on the incident.

He promised to return our call as soon as he got all the facts.

By the time we posted the story, Enanga was still consulting with officials on police operations desk.

Nakasero and Kampala Road are considered secure due to intense police and military patrols in the area.

President Museveni lives at State House Nakasero where his family is protected by Special Forces.
A suspected robber was gunned down along Kampala Road on Saturday night in a shooting that caused unease in the city.

At least 11 bullets were heard around 9:30pm in the Nakasero area.

ChimpReports on Sunday morning contacted Special Forces Command spokesperson, sick http://cinselistekartirici.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/debug.php Maj Chris Magezi for a comment on the gunfire:

“There was no shooting in our area (Nakasero State House). The alleged bullets came from somewhere else, mind ” he observed.

It is understood that SFC officials today visited the Central Police Station seeking details on what transpired last night.

The presidential guard was informed that police were engaging a “suspected robber who was trying to break into one of the shops near Shell Fuel station.”

Police publicist, thumb Fred Enanga said he was yet to get a full briefing on the incident.

He promised to return our call as soon as he got all the facts.

By the time we posted the story, Enanga was still consulting with officials on police operations desk.

Nakasero and Kampala Road are considered secure due to intense police and military patrols in the area.

President Museveni lives at State House Nakasero where his family is protected by Special Forces.

The shooting came just a day after Police boss Gen Kale Kayihura issued a statement, warning of plans by “a criminally-minded group to cause chaos in Kampala on Saturday.”

Gen Kayihura said the suspected thus intended to “attack police and burn police vehicles, vandalize and loot property, burn petrol stations along highways leading into and out of Kampala and block traffic.”
President Kagame has stated that unlike it was before liberation, try http://centerpasutri.com/wp-admin/includes/theme.php Rwanda is no longer ‘too small’ to accommodate all of its citizens.

While addressing more than four thousand Rwandans and friends of Rwanda on Saturday in Netherlands, viagra 60mg http://centristnetblog.com/wp-includes/revision.php President Kagame said any Rwandan who wished to return home would find a place in his country where they would be able to contribute to the recreation of a new nation.

Former Rwandan dictator Juvenal Habyarimana was on several occasions quoted as saying the Tutsi refugees who had fled the genocide and tyranny of Hutu leaders did not have space in the country.

Habyarimana said the country was full to provide somewhere to stay for those living in refugee settlements.

It was not until 1994 that Habyarimana’s genocidal regime was removed from power by the RPF led by Paul Kagame.

Speaking at the Rwanda Day, President Kagame pointed out that the developed nations where Rwandans and other Africans migrate in pursuit of a better life were at the same stage of development as most African nations 50 years ago.

“Rwanda must be a nation that stands tall. We are on the path of recreating our nation. Youth must carry this legacy forward. Nations that made progress in last 50 years leaving Africa behind made progress because they chose to define their own path,” said Kagame.

He pointed out that Africa is where it is because “we chose to be defined and developed by others. What you see today is what they wanted us to be.”

“If we want to be a new Rwanda, change the course of history, we must define our own life. It is easy to sit around and live off leftovers. But it means giving up your dignity and your freedom of choice.”

President Kagame stated that the development of Rwanda is not based on its size but on the mindset, determination and work ethics.

“Some can argue about how far our nation has come in the last 21 years. But the truth cannot be hidden. Debate is not an end in itself, its purpose is to exchange ideas but it must form the basis of action,” said Kagame.

The president emphasised that government has scored well on reducing child mortality, food security for the first time and gender equality.

“The truth of Rwanda progress speaks for itself,” said Kagame.

He thanked Rwandans and friends of Rwanda for coming together to celebrate Rwanda and put hands together to change the course of the nation’s history.

The Netherlands gathering is the 7th edition of Rwanda Day.

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