Obama urged to meet Kagame, Museveni and Kabila
Former US senior diplomat Jendayi Fraser has urged President Obama to hold a trilateral summit with Rwanda, Uganda and DR Congo if he is serious about his message of love for Africa,
Dr. Fraser, wants President Obama to hold a summit at the White House with leaders of three countries on a way to end the war in Congo.
Houses to be built for marginalized residents
Kayonza district plans to construct 40 houses for the historically marginalized residents in the district.
District Mayor Damascene Muhororo revealed this while appearing on the state radio on Tuesday night.
He said that the houses will enable them have better lives.
Burera residents help the needy
Needy residents of Burera District yesterday got excited as their fellow residents gathered to contribute to the construction of their houses.
The needy residents were given iron sheets among others construction materialss.
Previously over ten houses were given to the needy in the same district through the residents’ contribution.
Manasse Nzamukwereka, the Executive Secretary commended the residents for the love they have for each other urged them to keep it up.
Over 800 members of vision 2020 cooperative society of Narubaka sector in Kamonyi district are complaining bad services they are being given by the sector and Banque Populaire for denying them their withdrawal rights.
The members said that they have been requesting for their money for over one month but the bank doesn’t want to give it to them, adding that the sector does not help them in giving the legal documents to make the follow up.
SONARWA in court
A Transport Company PANALPINA has dragged a state insurance company SONARWA over failed claims.
Sources have however not revealed how much money the transport company is claiming from the insurer.
The verdict for the case now in Nyarugenge Commercial Court is expected next month.
The sources from the court have also told The New Times that Bank Populaire du Rwanda has also been sued by several clients.
Motorcyclists celebrate achievements
Two hundred and forty six motorcyclists from KOTAMU cooperative in Huye district, yesterday celebrated the achievements of President Paul Kagame’s six-year leadership.
The motorcyclists said ever since they established the cooperative, their lives have improved.
They said that there has been security; increase in profits and over 50 members now own motorcycles.