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Location: The Republic of Rwanda is a landlocked country with land borders with four countries: Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo (clockwise from the north).
Capital: Kigali
Population: 10,943,000
Independence Day: -
Date Joined: 2009
Currency: Rwandan franc (Rwfr)
Total Area: 26,338 sq km
Languages: Kinyarwanda, French, English
Head of the Government: President HE Paul Kagame (since 2000)
Web site: http://www.gov.rw/
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HE Paul Kagame


Rwanda's Kagame celebrates officially becoming a grandparent

Rwandan president Paul Kagame took to Twitter to celebrate news of the birth of his first grandchild. “First time is even more exciting!” Kagame tweeted. Without disclosing the gender of the newborn, Kagame disclosed that the baby was born on Sunday, July 19. “Since yesterday we are very happily and ‘officially’ grand parents,” referring to himself and his wife Jeanette, who retweeted Kagame’s announcements. Kagame added: “Congratulations A&B!! What a joy!?”

News Source:africanews
News Type:News Published date: 21-July-2020

Kagame speaks about liberation, Rwanda-Burundi relations

President Paul Kagame on Friday held a live Instagram session with local social media influencers, which focused on Rwanda’s 26-year journey after liberation. Kagame told the social media influencers that the history of Rwanda’s liberation struggle of 1990-1994 is one, which every Rwandan associates with, saying many individuals sacrificed their lives to liberate the country after many years of suffering.

News Source:newtimes
News Type:News Published date: 13-July-2020

Kagame, Indian PM Modi discuss Covid-19 crisis

President Paul Kagame revealed Friday that he held what he described as a “historically good” discussions with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Kagame tweeted his gratitude to the Indian Prime Minister. “We discussed our historically good relationship and the support India continues to offer us,” he said via his Twitter handle. The President said he thanked Modi for the medical supplies and equipment India donated to Rwanda in this fight against Covid-19. “It is very much

News Source:newtimes.co.rw
News Type:News Published date: 05-June-2020

African officials donate salaries to COVID-19 fight: Rwanda cabinet joins list

Rwandan ministers and top officials have joined the growing trend of public officials donating their salaries to the fight against COVID-19. Cabinet ministers and others have agreed ti donate their April salaries to aid the countries fight against the pandemic A statement from the prime minister’s office confirmed that other officials who agreed to forgo their salaries are leaders of national institutions and top government officials.

News Source:africanews
News Type:News Published date: 07-April-2020

BREAKING! Kagame extends lockdown by 15 days as new infections are confirmed

Rwanda’s president, Paul Kagame has ordered a 15-day extension of the current lockdown. The decision to extend the current two-week lockdown initially declared on March 21 to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus was reached during an extraordinary cabinet meeting hosted by President Kagame via video link on Wednesday and but announced on Thursday Morning. The initial two-week lockdown was meant to end over this weekend.

News Source:pmldaily.com
News Type:News Published date: 02-April-2020

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