July 22, 2024


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President Kagame Calls for Unity Among Leaders for the Common Good

President Paul Kagame has criticized leaders who do not cooperate with others, slowing down the progress of the country as a whole. He reiterated this sentiment on Friday, June 14, 2024, during the swearing-in ceremony of new government officials and senior leaders in various sectors.

In his address, President Kagame urged the new leaders to set aside selfishness and work together for the common good. He emphasized the need to consider not only their own interests but also the responsibilities they hold towards those who are not in positions of power.

The President commended leaders who empower themselves upon reaching leadership positions but stressed that the culture of self-centeredness should be abandoned. He highlighted the negative impact of isolating oneself and not engaging with others, stating that it hinders progress and fosters complacency.

President Kagame also addressed the misconception that some believe certain parts of the world are inherently favored by God while neglecting others. He challenged his audience to reflect on their actions and questioned why they feel the need to withhold opportunities from others.

Emphasizing the importance of humility and collaboration, President Kagame urged leaders to fulfill their duties for the collective benefit of the country. He reminded them that no one is above working with others and that diversity should be embraced for the nation’s advancement.

President Kagame called for unity and cooperation among leaders, emphasizing that all Rwandans have a role to play in building a prosperous and inclusive society.

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