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Jeu 25 Fév 11:00:16 GMT 2010
Thursday, 25th February 2010
Rwandans speak out on Sarkozy’s visit
: Innocent Habineza, an IT student at KIST ; Jean Baptiste Barayunva, a
constructor ; Jean D’Amour Ntiyonteze, a motorcyclist ;Elise Nzeyimana,
a casual laborer.
President Nicholas Sarkozy is expected in Rwanda today. His visit is
has been termed historic by Rwandans of different walks of life; The New Times’ Senior Reporter Edwin Musoni caught up with some Kigalians who gave their views on the visit. Jean Baptiste Barayunva, a constructor It’s
a good move for the two countries, especially in terms of restoring
peace. Rwanda has gone a long way in restoring peace and security to
all Rwandans and the visit by the French President will undoubtedly
take this peace a step further. There is a lot to benefit from
the relations but we can only achieve those benefits if there is an
agreement on peace between the two countries. Innocent Habineza, an IT student at KIST President
Sarkozy’s visit sends a good signal of the future benefits between the
two countries. Rwanda has something to benefit from France and vice
versa. That is obviously why President Sarkozy is here. In terms
of benefits, after the two countries finalize the restoration of
relations, Rwandan students can go France for studies as well as French
citizens in Rwanda will have their children study here after the
re-opening of the French School in Kigali. Jean D’Amour Ntiyonteze, a motorcyclist In the current global partnership in development, countries should focus on improved relations for economic growth.
time, the two countries should come up with a final decision on their
relations; we will not be closing and opening our embassies every time.
Elise Nzeyimana, a casual laborer Sarkozy’s
visit is more of a political issue; however, I am optimistic that his
coming to Rwanda will be a sign to seal the relations between the two
countries. The other day we were in streets protesting against
the French after they arrested one of our leaders, Rose Kabuye, now the
French President will be driving on the same streets; to me this is a
great achievement that should be applauded. Ends
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