Young Doreen Kobusingye aspires to be the future Rwanda Defense Force (RDF) spokesperson. She was given the opportunity to have a tete-a-tete with RDFs current Spokesperson, Col. Ronald Rwivanga, on the occasion of World Childrens Day, annually observed on November 20. She also had the opportunity to tour the Kimihurura-based RDF headquarters. During their conversation, according to a video posted on RDF social media platforms, Rwivanga outlines his duties as the countrys defence forces spokesperson to her. He advised her that she would first need to learn a lot about the country, gather news from all corners, and get informed. In the Kinyarwanda video, the RDF Spokesperson tells his guest that his work requires him to know “everything” before speaking because all information about his institution has consequences. Mu rwego rwo kwizihiza Umunsi Mpuzamahanga w’Abana #WorldChildrensDay, Doreen Kobusingye wifuza kuba Umuvugizi w’Ingabo z’u Rwanda yasuye icyicaro cya RDF.#EjoNiNjye #IAmTheFuture @RwandaGender @Rwanda_Child @unicefrw pic.twitter.com/CLK2UjMp7u — Rwanda Defence Force (@RwandaMoD) November 23, 2021 He then went on to ask her why she was keen on joining the military, let alone be the spokeswoman. According to Kobusingye, she was inspired by a book entitled ‘Rubyiruko Dufite Igihango’, which is loosely translated as “Young people, we have a Country.” Through this book, she disclosed, she leant a lot about the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, the RPF-Inkotanyi and President Paul Kagame This has inspired her to emulate those who played a role in liberating Rwanda. Kobusingye is arguably a critical example of how the RPF leadership has inspired and empowered young people in Rwanda to think and dream big. Her aspirations are well in with years theme for World Childrens Day, which is ‘I Am the Future’.