KIGALI - The Permanent Secretary in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Eugene Munyakayanza has called upon Rwandans in the Diaspora to invest in the country as a way of participating in the country’s economic growth.
Munyakayanza made the call, yesterday, while addressing a delegation of 35 Rwandans living in various countries in Europe, Asia and Africa.
“I encourage you to always be proud of being Rwandans and to advocate for this nation in the various countries where you live,” Munyakayanza said. “This will enable our country to develop further, both economically and socially,”.
He promised the government support and assistance and urged them to be good ambassadors of the country when abroad.
Robert Masozera, the Director General in charge of Diaspora in the ministry, told The New Times that the delegation will attend the two-day forum hosted by Imbuto Foundation.
They are also expected to attend the National Dialogue Meeting that is expected to take place next week.
He added that 100 Rwandans from 21 countries from the Diaspora will attend this year’s National Dialogue.
After visiting MINAFET, the group was taken to Inyange Industry in Masaka sector where they toured the modern beverage processing plant.