Rwandans can today freely air their views

Editor, “ More and more people will talk about it and make their feelings known either through the mass media or through social media.

Editor,

“ More and more people will talk about it and make their feelings known either through the mass media or through social media. At the end of the day, no one will say that the people didn’t speak. And isn’t that a wonderful thing?”

“Honestly, would whatever feeling people have matter? Or they can just talk and whatever decisions the top brass settle on is what matters.

Maybe that is why Rwandans like to keep their opinions to themselves, because it doesn’t matter what your opinion is in this part of the world.

But I agree with you, at least now we can get it out of our chest.

Rwanyonga, Kigali

Reaction to Sunny Ntayombya’s article, “Rwandans are talking; may this continue”, (The New Times, February 20).

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