More Rwandans must speak out against divisive politicians

Dear Editor, I read The New Times newspaper of Thursday February 11, and found the criticism by the Liberal Party of the political rhetorical of  FDU head Victoire Ingabire, as an epitome of mature politics. It is refreshing to find that political actors in the country are ready to take on fellow politicians who choose to peddle a message of division. Rwandan politicians have the obligation of practicing politics that can help to transform our country for the better.

Dear Editor,

I read The New Times newspaper of Thursday February 11, and found the criticism by the Liberal Party of the political rhetorical of  FDU head Victoire Ingabire, as an epitome of mature politics.

It is refreshing to find that political actors in the country are ready to take on fellow politicians who choose to peddle a message of division. Rwandan politicians have the obligation of practicing politics that can help to transform our country for the better.

It is also important, that all in politics and others not actively involved realize that the major challenge of our country is achieving social economic development.

Therefore, I think the leaders in PL realize this and have demonstrated it in their criticism of Ingabire.

More Rwandans should come out and speak out against politicians that seek to destroy our social fabric.

That will demonstrate to such politicians that their message is unpopular and can not be swallowed by Rwandans.

Jackson  Kagaba
Kicukiro

 

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