Rwanda is ready for investors

Editor, I wish to comment on a story that appeared in yesterday’s issues of The NewTimes titled “Saudi Prince inspired to invest in Rwanda”. I come from West Africa and I have lived and worked in Rwanda for the last seven years. During my stay here, I have had the chance to see the development strides Rwanda and her people have made, and I must say that this country is very conducive for all kinds og investors.
RDB offices, investors register their companies in just 24 hours(File photo)
RDB offices, investors register their companies in just 24 hours(File photo)

Editor,

I wish to comment on a story that appeared in yesterday’s issues of The NewTimes titled “Saudi Prince inspired to invest in Rwanda”.

I come from West Africa and I have lived and worked in Rwanda for the last seven years. During my stay here, I have had the chance to see the development strides Rwanda and her people have made, and I must say that this country is very conducive for all kinds og investors.

I base this on many factors, but the greatest thing that motivates investors is the role played by the government in putting in place a system that makes it easy to set up businesses.

The Rwanda Development Board-RDB, Rwanda Revenue Authority-RRA and the Private Sector Federation-PSF, do a good job of making it easy for business people to register their companies/business in one day.

The other factor    that makes Rwanda an investment friendly country is the nature of the people. Rwandans are very accommodative.

Julius Koros
Kigali

 

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