The RPF members within the Rwandan community living in the United Kingdom (UK) met on Saturday in Coventry town to discuss and get further explanations of RPF, the patriotic and incumbent leading party of Rwanda and see its background, its present and its activities in building the development of the country.
The discussions were conducted amid the retreat of RPF senior officials with around 50 participants.
This community was urged to give their contribution in sustaining the development the country has achieved including the readiness for the 2050 vision.
The discussion was made of seven key subjects; the History, the role of religion in the history of Rwandans, RPF Before 1990 and after Liberation, the role of Rwanda diaspora in building the country and upholding its culture, the vision 2050, self-reliance in RPF UK and Ndi Umunyarwanda concept.
Egide Ruhashya Chairman of RPF in UK
The History, which was the first conversation, was led by Egide Ruhashya, the Chairman of RPF in UK and it embarked on Kingdom period, the colonial period, the first and second Republic.
Ruhashya explained in deep the history of Rwanda and the current status of the country’s good governance.
Dr Malachie MUNYANEZA.
The role of religion in the history of Rwandans is the conversation that was led by Reverend Dr Malachie MUNYANEZA. He explained how Religion has evolved from Nyabingi to current beliefs of Rwandans.
RPF Before 1990 and after Liberation was also a fruitful conversation which was led by Appolinaire KAGERUKA,
Tonny KANANI VI’s Chairman of RPF INKOTANYI in UK
The role of Rwanda diaspora in building the country and upholding its culture was a conversation that was led Kalisa Jonathan, (Senior member of RPF in UK) & (Tony KANANI (Vice Chairman of RPF in UK). Kalisa emphasized on how to preserve Rwandan culture.
Jean Baptist KAYIGAMBA
The Vision 2050 was led by Jean Baptist KAYIGAMBA (Chairman of RPF Oxford and Journalist). He shared a good moment with Rwandans in the UK to brainstorm about what they plan to contribute for Rwanda, their mother country.
Self-reliance conversation was led by Alain BINGA (Commissioner of Communication and information and Chairman of Coventry Cell). BINGA reminded his fellow RPF Members to contribute financially in order to be self-dependent,
Ndi Umunyarwanda concept was the last conversation which was led by Reverend Dr Malachie MUNYANEZA.
NAILA KIRA who moderates the training
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