Hardwork is needed in order to become a middle income country

Editor, Thank you for mentioning a few of the pertinent issues among many others. Indeed, we all need to reflect on whatever we are doing to strategically position ourselves to perform better at our respective workplace if we truly want to move our country to the middle income status.

Editor,

Thank you for mentioning a few of the pertinent issues among many others. Indeed, we all need to reflect on whatever we are doing to strategically position ourselves to perform better at our respective workplace if we truly want to move our country to the middle income status.

But a lot needs to be done in terms of applying logic and having a critical thinking mind in whatever we do. For instance, you mentioned “contrôle technique” to a new brand car, sincerely if it’s not a money making thing, why should a traffic officer ask for that? This makes the whole idea somehow lose sense because I thought, in the first place, this was meant for old and faulty car. Correct me if I am wrong. Thank you.

John M, Kigali

Reaction to Arthur Assimwe’s commentary, “Gov’t retreat; Maybe we should all go into retreat”, (The New Times, March 28)

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