President Paul Kagame called on new leaders to adopt the character of unity and work as a team to achieve their goals towards durable successful development.
He gave the remarks on Wednesday after receiving the oaths from newly appointed leaders to their new government posts.
Kagame said,” we know the past of our country as well as its vision. we need to work as a team to have a good path towards its development”
President Kagame also made a point the current Rwandans life status, pledging new leaders to turn challenges into opportunities, making it clear that he has faith in their current abilities, that they can achieve reach what the country expect from them.
He said,” in agriculture sector, for instance, we can achieve a lot using our basic capabilities. what counts and matters in good governance,”
He reminded them that all these can be achieved thanks to sufficient security existing in the country, whish he sees a priority on top of the rest. he said,” everything is impossible when security is in crisis, we have to keep it at all costs”
Kagame assured sworn in leaders that they are not alone that they have more partners awaiting their efforts to make their goals achieved.
The new leaders were sworn in with their new appointments being confirmed in an extraordinary Cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame, at Village Urugwiro last Friday.
Those who have sworn in are:
Clare Akamanzi , Chief Executive Officer (CEO)at Rwanda Development Board (RDB), and automatically becoming new cabinet member.
Dr Richard Sezibera swore in as new Senator at Parliament as a successor to deceased Jean de Dieu Mucyo, after being elected to represent Southern Province.
John Bosco Mutangana, the National Prosecutor General.
Prof Anastase Shyaka, the Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Governance Board and
Dr Usta Kaitesi, former Principal at University of Rwanda’s College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS), Huye Campus, sworn in as RGB’s Deputy CEO.
While Richard Muhumuza has sworn in as a judge at Supreme Court.