Statistics prove that our growth is sustainable

Editor, While most of the news that comes from Africa is usually negative, sometimes the success stories must also be told. While it’s true that the continent suffers from corruption, war and disease, that is not all that  Africa stands for. Many African nations are prospering despite what is being said all over the word. Take Rwanda for instance thegovernor of the Central Bank, Francois Kanimba, recently revealed statistics that shows that Rwanda’s economy will grow by 7 - 8 percent in 2010. He revealed during the presentation of the monetary policy and financial stability statement recently.
Sorting coffee. Growth is being led by a revitalised agricultural sector.
Sorting coffee. Growth is being led by a revitalised agricultural sector.

Editor,

While most of the news that comes from Africa is usually negative, sometimes the success stories must also be told. While it’s true that the continent suffers from corruption, war and disease, that is not all that  Africa stands for.

Many African nations are prospering despite what is being said all over the word. Take Rwanda for instance the
governor of the Central Bank, Francois Kanimba, recently revealed statistics that shows that Rwanda’s economy will grow by 7 - 8 percent in 2010. He revealed during the presentation of the monetary policy and financial stability statement recently.

The Governor attributed the projections on a monetary system driven by sustainable increase in crop productivity, through the use of fertilizers and land consolidation.

This kind of growth will enable Rwanda achieve its goal of being a middle-income nation by 2020.

Sheila Umwali
Kimironko
 

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