Refer to Herbert Karangwa’s article, “The coalition of the bruised egos” (The New Times, November 13). The problem should not be that government has done this, government is doing that...but government could improve on this and that.
I don’t see why every Rwandan can’t own a smart phone! Why do we still have power shortage when solar power is in plenty? Why have a skilled population and yet out of work? Etc.
These are the issues that we should be talking about and not other people’s egos. We tend to forget that Rwandans are very humorous by nature; we should stop acting like boring robots, and start having a laugh. When people stop having a laugh, that’s when individual political aspirations take precedent.
For instance, the day I’ll feel that I was being denied my freedom of speech in The New Times, and I was becoming a robot, I’ll also seek that individualism political aspirations, by setting up my own political platform.