NAIROBI - President Paul Kagame will, today, speak at the 40th Anniversary of the United States International University (USIU) in Nairobi Kenya.
The President was invited as the Guest of Honour, at the event that will focus on leadership and the qualities good leaders ought to have.
“We could not have got a better African panafricanist than His Excellency Paul Kagame to come and grace the occasion,” said Amb. David K. A. Kikaya, an associate Professor at USIU. “President Kagame has been identified with new Leadership in Africa.”
USIU is among the oldest private secular Universities in East Africa. Today it has a student population of about 4700 with 53 nationalities represented.
More than 50 Rwandans have enrolled at USIU, over the last five years. The current number of Rwandan students is 31.
USIU has partnered with The Rwandan High Commission in Kenya, in facilitating a delegation of lecturers and 63 students of International Relations as well as Conflict management to travel to Rwanda and learn from the country’s reconstruction journey after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.