I can finally get a copy of The New Times off the street

Editor, I don’t know what has changed but for the last two days I’ve been able to enjoy my favorite paper in hardcopy form. Usually because I couldn’t buy a paper from the vendors in town I was forced to read the newspaper online.

Editor,

I don’t know what has changed but for the last two days I’ve been able to enjoy my favorite paper in hardcopy form. Usually because I couldn’t buy a paper from the vendors in town I was forced to read the newspaper online.

While this wasn’t a bad experience, it didn’t beat the feeling of turning pages and the convenience a physical newspaper provides.

Now that I can buy the newspaper at my local vendors stand, I will make sure that I pick my copy of Rwanda’s only daily each morning as I go to work.

I urge everyone to do the same. I wish to congratulate those in The New Times who have made this possible.

Sam Rwego
Kimihurura

 

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