7 December 2012

Rwanda: Ruhango - Residents Commend FPR for Good Governance, Improving Lives

I owe my university education to the good governance of FPR-Inkotanyi, remarks Jean Marie Vianney Twahirwa, a graduate from the School of Finance and Banking (SFB) Gikondo.

Twahirwa revealed this during the preparations to celebrate the 25th anniversary of FPR-Inkotanyi in Ruhango district.

A resident of Ruhango sector in Ruhango district, Jean Marie says he started primary school with no hope of university due to the poverty.

"I had no hope of higher education until when I heard that I have been admitted into high school. Like that I have completed my studies at SFB," he adds.

At first, I thought it was not serious but I completed high school and got enrolled at school of finance and banking, which I have completed, he explains.

Emphasizing how FPR has given opportunity for the poor to study, Twahirwa narrated that in his life he never knew that a son or daughter of the poor can get university education.

Twahirwa is one of the many residents gathered during the preparations celebration towards FPR-Inkotanyi 25th anniversary in Ruhango district.

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