[LETTERS] Empowering, recognising the youth a noble cause

It is very encouraging to read how the Government motivates and empowers the youth to perform to perfection and transform Remarkable Rwanda by providing them with opportunities and creating a most conducive environment to “study, get start-up capital, form associations and create cooperatives”.

Editor,

RE: “Nsengimana urges youth to leverage stability, good policies” (The New Times, August 15).

 

It is very encouraging to read how the Government motivates and empowers the youth to perform to perfection and transform Remarkable Rwanda by providing them with opportunities and creating a most conducive environment to “study, get start-up capital, form associations and create cooperatives”.

 

The youth of any nation needs guidance and handholding. This is exactly what the Ministry of Youth and ICT always aims at doing, so that youth could convert their latent energy and immense potential towards achieving development goals.

 

Similarly, The New Times regularly recognises youth who have, in one way or another, made a difference to the country and to society.

This is commendable because such recognition not only motivates the concerned individual, but simultaneously encourages many more of Rwanda’s youth to strive for excellence.

Clarence Fernandes

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