The Rwanda political leadership led by President Paul Kagame is walking the talk to unit Africa by eliminating barriers that hold back economic integration and trade across the African borders .
In its latest bold statement towards these objectives , Rwanda’s Charge D’ Affaires in Nigeria , Mr. Vianney Rubagumya while speaking at the commemoration of Rwanda’s 29th anniversary celebration and liberation day in Abuja- said thus : “In a bid to widen tourism and spur trade and investment, Rwanda has waived entry visas to visitors from all over Africa, the Commonwealth, and la Francophonie Nations.”
He added: “The move complements the ease of doing business strides and popularity as a preferred Conference destination.”
Rubagumya further stated that Rwanda is in advanced stages of expanding the operations of the Kigali International Financial Centre, which is poised to dispense innovative world-class services.”
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