Unilak Students can breath now

I am much pleased with the recent arguments from the Senate, requesting the government to take immediate measures to allow ‘a long suffering private university’ it reach its academic expectations.

Dear Editor,

I am much pleased with the recent arguments from the Senate, requesting the government to take immediate measures to allow ‘a long suffering private university’ it reach its academic expectations.

I hope that some Rwandans who have been strolling around the streets of Kigali city, looking for unexpected Jobs could be no more. 

One could always ask himself or her self why the former Education Minister, Dr. Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamariya kept on threatening the University to close, with deadlines. She could set fewer days for UNILAK, compared to other private universities that were still in the process of meeting the standards.
This was very unfortunate!

Unilak Student.    

Performance contracts should be well reflected
Dear Editor,

Allow me to express my concern on the performance contracts made by local leader. This is because some of them make veary unrealistic promises and end up failing to fulfill them.

I was of the opinion that the government should be expelling leaders who make funny contracts that cannot in the real sense be achieved. Making unrealistic promises in form of contracts is itself, a great weakness that calls for someone’s dismissal from a given post.

Similarly local leaders who deceive that they achieved some goals should face it rough.

Joshua Rebero
Kigali

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