Misleading reports should not distract the progress

Reading reports from a section of human rights organizations, attacking Rwanda from all fronts, churning out falsehoods, you just wonder what these organisations’ agenda. Whatever the intentions of these groups, the Rwandan people have refused to be victims of prejudices and hostages of history.

Reading reports from a section of human rights organizations, attacking Rwanda from all fronts, churning out falsehoods, you just wonder what these organisations’ agenda.

Whatever the intentions of these groups, the Rwandan people have refused to be victims of prejudices and hostages of history.

The Gacaca courts that have been attacked by some of these organizations, have brought communities back together, facilitated reconciliation and delivered justice to an injured society.

Rwandans are now looking forward for a better and prosperous future. The continued economic growth and the various initiatives geared towards poverty reduction, including Ubudehe, VUP, Girinka, among others, are a demonstration of the determination of the government and the people of Rwanda to take the country to another level.

Rwandans know where they have come from. They know their history, the harrowing journey they have traveled, better than any other party. And, that explains why, in spite of the misinformation campaign against the country, Rwanda has prospered more than anyone ever imagined.

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