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COVID-19 Disrupted Learning for All Children, Especially Girls- President Kagame
July,23 2021 Edmund Kagire Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_68221" align="aligncenter" width="2048"] President Kagame says COVID-19 disrupted education.[/caption] President says the COVID-19 pandemic significantly affected all aspects of national life, with education not being spared, particularly for the girl child. The Head of State made the observation while speaking at the UNESCO Roundtable on building bandwidth, calling for more efforts to ensure that…
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Mayor of Paris Pays Courtesy Call on President Kagame
July,21 2021 Edmund Kagire Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_68185" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] President Kagame and the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo. Photos/Village Urugwiro.[/caption] President Paul Kagame on Wednesday  received the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, who paid at courtesy call on him at at Urugwiro Village. Hidalgo, who is also the President of the Association of Francophone Mayors is in  who is in…
Tags: Latestnews, Rwanda-France Relations
Why Secondary Education is Key in Skilling the Next Workforce Generation
July,21 2021 Edmund Kagire Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_68154" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Secondary student sitting the 2020/21 National Exams. Secondary education is important when it comes to preparing young people for the future of employment.[/caption] Youth unemployment remains among the most significant challenges African leaders and policymakers are facing as more and more youth continue to find themselves outside work, putting pressure on…
Tags: Latestnews, Mastercard
Rwanda Reaffirms It Doesn’t Use Pegasus, Says Accusations Part of Smear Campaign
July,20 2021 Edmund Kagire Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_68120" align="aligncenter" width="696"] The Government says claims of Rwanda using Pegasus to spy on people are false and malicious/Internet Photo[/caption] The Government of Rwanda has reaffirmed its position that the country does not use Pegasus spyware technology to target certain groups of people, including dissidents and so-called political activists.  In a brief statement attributed…
Tags: Big-story, Cyber Crimes
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