The father of Koku Anyidoho, Major General Henry Kwami Anyidoho has gone international. The former Military man reportedly received a top international award at Rwanda over what he did for that country 28 years ago. According to the reports, the President of Rwanda Paul Kagame awarded Koku Anyidoho's Father and another Ghanaian retired military capo Major General Narh Adinkra
Ghana Must Urgently Run To Rwanda For Pedagogical Ideas In Running A Dying Sector Of Nana Governance
Ghana should as a matter of urgency send an entourage of educationists into [Kigali] Rwanda where they can photocopy their thriving educational structures where all their established pedagogical ideologies should be photocopied and duly implemented in Ghana. This man the president of Rwanda His Excellency Paul Kagame is doing everything possible to bridge the gap between academia and the job market in his country Rwanda.
Ghanaian popular lawyer and ranking member of the ruling party New Patriotic Party (NPP), Gabby Otchere-Darko has added his voice to Paul Kagame's desire to stay in power for extra 20 years. Gabby Otchere-Darko is known to be a personality who depends on law to talk about matters arising in his country and other African countries.
Ange Kagame is the daughter of the President of Rwanda (President Kagame), a beautiful damsel. She is tall, gorgeous, calm, and very smart. Agne has been able to put a nice sense of fashion and she glows in different beautiful dresses. Humility isn't measured by how little you have, but how much you can stay modest despite having a lot.
President Paul Kagame on Thursday announced the birth of his second grandchild, born to Ange I. Kagame, his second born, and husband Bertrand Ndengeyingoma. President Kagame shared a beautiful photo of his first grandchild holding the newborn baby on his Twitter account, captioning it “Congrats Ange & Bertrand”, but did not reveal more details regarding the gender or the exact date the baby was born.
This evening, Captain Smart released fresh fire on African leaders and he themed today's show as "Why do Africans elect useless Presidents. In the process of leashing "fire" on African leaders, Captain Smart finally reacted to the circulating video in which Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda, was criticizing African leaders for their dependence on non-African countries for solutions to their problems.
Rwanda is awoke and many people in the country did not wonder his reasons for the closure of churches and Mosques because they knew his crucial rule can cause certain things. I have closed over 6000 churches and mosques in my country and I am now demanding for a theology degree for every religious leader.
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This isn't Dubai; it's Rwanda, a country in Africa. Take a look at what Rwanda has become under President Paul Kagame's leadership in the last 19 years. KIGALI is Africa's cleanest capital. 5th in the world in terms of renewable energy promotion
African Presidents are often tagged with the problems affecting the continent. Considering the actions of the majority of Africa’s leaders, critics are often justified when submitting that the issue of Africa is one of leadership. Before you continue please Like and Follow me to get notified whenever I make a post.
Indeed when we talk about growing the economy, it's not about making noise while in opposition and criticising the ruling government to. Truthfully, all presidents who have led the country since this fourth republic has failed. Non of them succeed because the economy of the country is always changing.
President Paul Kagame is a Rwandan politician and a former military leader who is the sixth and current President of Rwanda, having taken office in 2000. The President, aged (63 ) has been doing massively good in his Country and also has been recommended and applauded by many people all over the world.
The African continent is experiencing a sort of change in leadership for a while. Most of the African countries have had president's who are implementing good policies which is helping boots the economy and state of the country. Something wonderful has happened in one of the African countries and it's trending on social media as a whole president, if not for the first time, then he can be part of the first five president who has walk through out the town, as it was declared "car free day".
Paul Kagame, Rwanda's sixth and current president, who started his presidential journey in 2000 has over the past two decades, been commended in several international media as the most inspiring leader on the continent. Kagame can never be underestimated in any way due to his tireless efforts toward the ending of genocide after the Western Community woefully to do so.
Everyone wishes to live a stress-free life on this planet before they die. Nonetheless, excessive poverty has stifled many people's inherent happiness, particularly in emerging countries. Africa, the most fortunate continent on the planet, is not meant to be begging for money from Western countries, yet that has been the case.
Rwanda stands prepared to invite Commonwealth individuals to the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). Being held in Africa in over a decade is the first. The 26th CHOGM will be held in Kigali from June 20-26, under the subject 'Giving a Common Future: Connect, Innovate, Transform'.
President Akufo-Addo, for the second time this week, has been recognised internationally after he was today bestowed with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the United States National Bar Association in recognition of his effort at providing free and quality education to Ghanaian children.A delegation from the National Bar Association led by its leader, Judge Carlos E. Moore, were at the flagstaff House this afternoon to present the honour to the President.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame paid a visit to Cabo Delgado in northern Mozambique to underscore the significance of cooperation between the two countries. Kagame met with President Nyusi and reiterated that the conflict in northeastern Mozambique against armed jihadist groups, which has been marked by certain successes by joint Mozambican and Rwandan forces, is in a "consolidation phase."
President Akufo-Addo was unveiled as the African of the Year by Forbes Magazine on Friday, 3 December, 2021. The Forbes African of the Year award was instituted by Forbes Magazine to honour Africans who made significant contributions not only to their country but Africa as a whole.
It’s been 4 years since the Rwandan government shut down over 6000 churches and over 100 mosques across the country. In the President’s speech, he said “I have closed over 6000 churches and mosques in my country and I am now demanding for a theology degree for every religious leader.