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🇷🇼P3ter May 25
Zambian Gov't has introduced a cleaning day once a month (Umuganda). is inspiring the rest of Africa.
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Anneke Verbraeken May 25
It's unbelievable: signed a 40 mln $ deal with Arsenal, inviting tourists 'visit Rwanda'. In 2016 The Netherlands supported with 46 mln euro. How about suspending all foreign aid?
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Kwita Izina May 21
3 reasons not to miss KwitaIzina2018 1. The event is inspired by the ancient tradition 2. Thousands of , friends of & renowned celebrities attend 3.Serves to raise awareness about at community, national, regional & international levels
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Rene C Mugenzi May 26
Replying to @cakamanzi @WFP and 2 others
But lives & health wellbeing of ur population shld be a paramount priority. has been spending $10.4 Million a year in in food assist. & hunger prog. They need more to help more ppl in needs. Clearly ur priorities are wrong,. ...
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The New Times (Rwanda) May 22
- enter multi-million sleeve deal that will see the team wear "VISIT RWANDA" on the shirt sleeves of 1st team players, Women team, and Youth team. VISIT RWANDA will also feature prominently on the LED screens/boards during match days.
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Tony Kajangwe May 26
They complained when we built KCC, they complained when we built Rwandair, they’ll complained when we banned cyaguwa. When you are bold, a trailblazer, a pioneer, it hurts the simple minded, those that would wish you to remain small. Do you . .
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David Toovey May 26
World renowned safari operator will open its second property in . Magashi Camp will begin receiving guests in December. Can't wait to check it out!
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David Toovey May 26
Welcome to and ! It's an honour to have you here in support of the country's conservation efforts! Murakaza neza! cc:
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Nkurunziza Christophe May 25
If earned $444M last year from tourism alone, spending 30M on promotion and marketing in next 3years is not a bad thing only maths
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Visit Rwanda May 26
Another sign of ’s unique attractiveness for businesses and tourists alike - the premium Magashi Camp opens this December in Guests will stay lakeside and see zebra, elephants, topi, lion, buffalo, crocodiles and giraffe.
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Jules RUTALIHIRE🇷🇼 May 22
's dance is a made in 😂😂😂😂😂
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Moussa Faki Mahamat 22h
becomes the 3rd member state to submit ratification instruments for the after Kenya and Ghana, and the FIRST to ratify the Protocol on the Free Movement of Persons and the African Passport. Murakoze!
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African Union May 26
deposits instruments of ratification of the African Free Trade Area Framework and the Protocol on Free Movement of Persons, Right of Residence and Right of Establishment
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Kim Love May 26
is only eastern African country that gave America the finger when Trump threatened them with tariffs for not accepting USA's secondhand clothing. 😂 Instead, Rwanda has opted to protect their own garment industry. Old, cheap American clothes ruin African economies.
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Mugabo wa Kigeli May 21
Did you know has 23 lakes and water bodies with excellent . One of the reasons to visit Rwanda
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Rwanda Briefing May 24
Ingabire declared that her dream was to reconcile all -ns through truth telling. Without denying the genocide against the Tutsis, she called for the recognition of the mass killing of Hutus by Rwandan Patriotic Army led by then General Paul Kagame. 2779DAYS in prison.
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Thierry Nduwayezu May 26
Volkswagen project in vs Landcruiser project in
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Norbert NIYIZURUGERO May 25
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rwamuflory May 23
Even if am not Arsenal's fan but I am proud of my country Ubu wasanga harabagiye kuva kuma kipe bafanaga hahahah please don't!!!!
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Dr. PETER Mahirwe May 24
After banned the use of plastic bags now takes another moves to ban the use of plastic bottles in government institutions switching to use of sustainable and reusable alternatives such as glasses and refillable water dispensers.
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