A group of youth cadres on Saturday met at the RPF General Secretariat for a workshop aimed at educating them about the party’s history and its role in nation-building after the Genocide against the Tutsi.
The one-day workshop also look at the role of the young party cadres in building the nation we want as enshrined in Vision 2050 and featured different panel discussions by party cadres.
The workshop was opened by the Secretary General of RPF-Inkotanyi, Hon Wellars Gasamagera, who urged the party cadres to pick interest in what is happening in the country and understand with clarity their role in its development.
Gasamagera challenged the youth to leverage ICT to spur national development and Africa at large, and to put their country and its people at the core of their business.
He reminded them that the duty to ensure the party delivers on its mandate is a collective one, saying that acquiring a cadreship training is not an end in itself but to put in practice what they learn in such trainings is a personal choice and should be deliberate.
Concluding his remarks, the RPF SG reminded the participants that: “We want to do it and we can. We are convinced and we will do it”.
He urged them to be both enthusiastic and committed to achieving national goals and encouraged them to embrace the spirit of volunteerism.