RPF liberated Rwanda but all citizens must all strive for a bright future

Editor,If you look back where we came from, I think the smile comes direct to your face and then appreciate what RPF has done in few years it has been in power. What happened is the miraculous resurrection of the country from the bottom of hell. It’s wonderful and we should all say “thank you for your guidance, President Paul Kagame and Chairman of RPF”.
RPF members during the Extended National Executive Council in Kigali last Saturday. The New Times / Village Urugwiro.
RPF members during the Extended National Executive Council in Kigali last Saturday. The New Times / Village Urugwiro.

Editor,

If you look back where we came from, I think the smile comes direct to your face and then appreciate what RPF has done in few years it has been in power. What happened is the miraculous resurrection of the country from the bottom of hell. It’s wonderful and we should all say “thank you for your guidance, President Paul Kagame and Chairman of RPF”.

You have been wonderful all these years, and if I call you the father of our our nation, please accept because you deserve the best.

Congratulations also to all RPF members who made this happen. Your integrity, zeal, hardworking and patriostism made us re-brand our great country. And thanks to the Rwandan population who gave the Government of Unity a chance to carry out work without any disturbance. You have been a great people and that shows the faith you have in RPF and in our great leaders.

To the youth, this is that we should all inherit to take our country forward: Discipline, integrity, hardworking, sacrifice and love for our great country. And I must say to our fallen comrades that you made us proud, your sacrifice gave us the country we are enjoying today and we promise to keep this legacy forever.

God bless Rwanda.

Henry, Kigali, Rwanda

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I do recognise the job well done by RPF, in particular, and Rwandans in general.

We have come a long way and there’s still miles ahead for Rwanda to make the “self-reliance” mantra become a reality. The struggle for liberation did not end when RPF’s brave men and women sacrificed their lives to halt the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi – it continues as there are still many invisible wars/vices to fight within the country.

For Rwanda to prosper, we, the people must constructively support each other.

David Nkusi, Nyanza, Rwanda

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