How can I react to a rticles written in The New Times?

Editor, I recently read the editorial article by Ms. Arlette Umuhoza about modernising agricultural production in Rwanda.  Ms. Umuhoza is a student at Oklahoma Christian University where I serve as Director of International Programs.Personally, I would like to comment in response to Ms. Umuhoza’s article as well as instruct the students from one of my classes to read the article and provide comment.

Editor,

I recently read the editorial article by Ms. Arlette Umuhoza about modernising agricultural production in Rwanda.  Ms. Umuhoza is a student at Oklahoma Christian University where I serve as Director of International Programs.

Personally, I would like to comment in response to Ms. Umuhoza’s article as well as instruct the students from one of my classes to read the article and provide comment.

I didn’t notice the opportunity to respond with comments in the on-line edition of The New Times.  Is that function available?

Having a good number of Rwandan students on our campus, I am strongly interested in Rwandan news.

I consider myself an avid reader of The New Times on-line edition and would be interested to respond to certain articles if that function were provided much like it is at CNN.com.

Kind regards,

John Osborne
Director of International Programs
Oklahoma Christian University

John.Osborne@oc.edu

Editors note: - While The New Times website might not have the features of CNN.com, we do have a facility that allows our readers to interact with the publication. If you wish to comment on articles or letters you read, please email us on

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