Transform Africa delegates have plenty to explore

Editor, Re: “How Transform Africa delegates can unwind” (The New Times, October 18).
Fredrick Jejdling president and CEO of Ericsson Sub-Saharan Africa speaks during a panel discussion yesterday in Kigali. (T.Kisambira)
Fredrick Jejdling president and CEO of Ericsson Sub-Saharan Africa speaks during a panel discussion yesterday in Kigali. (T.Kisambira)

Editor,

Re:How Transform Africa delegates can unwind” (The New Times, October 18).

Your article was very informative, giving various options for delegates of Transform Africa to unwind.

The art centres, Kigali City Tower, Kigali Public Library, Kigali Memorial Centre, various historical places, kLab, live music and the much talked about and most recent addition—the car-free zone.

Please allow me to share with your readers and particularly with the very large number of Transform Africa delegates who are presently in the spotlessly clean city, that Kigali has a vibrant night life which adds much flavour to Remarkable Rwanda’s tourism offerings.

These night spots offer delegates a great opportunity to unwind and relax over a chilled drink, while watching a football match on giant television screens or dancing with the warm and friendly local Rwandans.

Wishing Transform Africa 2015 every success in this beautiful land of a thousand hills and a million smiles!

Clarence Fernandes

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