Recap of Unity Club Forum: Excitement at Its Best

Orange is my favorite color as you can see

They came from all corners of the country and all positions where they serve the community in different capacities for the 12th Forum of Unity Club Intwararumuri.

The forum is an opportunity to exchange, reflect on the past challenges, gains and where they want the country to head to.

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs talks to participants

It’s a national event, but not a  national retreat where the one who performed poorly is blamed and decisions of the appointing authority can follow. It is rather a candid interaction which also includes sharing light moments as you can see.

Mayor Ange Sebutege. Please consider visiting Huye District
She is Our First Lady. How wouldn’t you be happy?

Minister Fanfan Rwanyindo(Right). Please join me as we try to create more jobs for Rwandans
You deserve it
CoK Mayor Pudence Rubingisa. My new position requires me to work even much harder, but it’s fine
Sheikh Musa Fazili Harerimana. Mayor, greetings from parliament
Senate V/President Alivera Mukabaramba to Arthur Assiimwe of Rwanda Broadcasting Agency. I know you serve well the public interest, but please don’t forget to cover parliament, especially the Senate.
Olivier Rwamukwaya – from Ministry of education, I am now at National Human Rights Commission as Secretary General-Education is always a good start
Protais Musoni- Welcome to the Pan African Movement
Clare Akamanzi, CEO RDB. Honorable, consider passing a new tourism law at the East African Legislative Assembly(EALA)
Bosenibamwe Aimee – National Rehabilitation Service. I am happy that many children are quitting the streets
Nyirasafari Esperance. Senate? I was given a golden opportunity to serve my country
No! Come on
Former Senate President Bernard Makuza(L). Yeah! we can meet around for Coffee and talk about it
Paula Ingabire – Min of ICT and Innovation to CEO Clare Akamanzi – Smart tourism is possible in Rwanda’s context
Musafiri Papias – As an educationist, I find this interesting
Gender Monitoring Office’s Rose Rwabuhihi(L) to MP Oda Gasinzigwa: Don’t remind me that case please. When I remember it, my God!

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