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Monday, 24 October 2011

President Paul Kagame Admires The Late Julius Nyerere

Maria Nyerere on behalf of her late husband, receive a National prestigious Medal awarded to the Late Nyerere for his contribution on human rights fights by President Kagame in Kigali, Rwanda

I have been wondering all this time since I came to Rwanda about His excellency President Kagame the way he leads Rwanda....

Being born and grew up in Tanzania during Nyerere's Presidential time, I had no doubts that Rwandan President was taking good ideology of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere (The Father Of Nation), not in all aspects, but at least things which are applicable in Rwanda.

I have been observing Kagame's leadership and legacy, terms of services, communal develeopment, health status and services, country economy ownership, fights against public fund misuse, control of environment, nature and wild life, military training and discipline, living in harmony and peace, guided daily living life, control of chaotic news and National food and social security in general.

Eventually, I discover this truth....
In the interactive session President Kagame spoke of his admiration for the late Julius Nyerere

“I had a chance during my adult life to meet with the former President of Tanzania, the late Mwalimu Julius Nyerere. I was impressed by the way he was full of character and presence – he was the kind of person who never shied away from saying and doing what he believed was good for his people”.

On what he looked for in leaders, President Kagame said that a good leader should be able to integrate different ideas and know how to mobilise suitable players capable of delivering and contributing to the success of the system

Extracted form Kagame's website


Fadhy Mtanga said...

Nyerere alikuwa ni kiongozi wa aina yake. Mwenye kuwapenda wananchi wake lazima atamheshimu mwalimu kwa kuweka misingi imara ya uongozi.

kamala Lutatinisibwa Lutabasibwa said...

mimi namkubali kagame kuliko hata nyerere na naona kagame kafanya makubwa zaidi hasa kuhangamiza ukabila

Ivo Serentha and Friends said...

With a bit of time also came the images of Tanzania, I am glad to have you remembered your native land

Good night