THE NEW TIMES readers will tomorrow get a special 150-page edition of the newspaper with a focus on the 25 years of the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF)
This is part of our long-term commitment to give value to our readers
The Managing Editor, James Munyaneza, yesterday said the special edition is a comprehensive package that documents the remarkable progress registered under the leadership of the RPF.
"This particular edition is special and will inform our readers about the journey thus far and the challenges ahead. This is part of our long-term commitment to give value to our readers," Munyaneza said.
The special edition has a series of stories including comprehensive interviews with the party leadership on the liberation struggle and plans to turn Rwanda into a self-reliant country.
It has a detailed sector by sector development review of the country as well as highlights of exciting, upcoming projects.
The publication is part of the editorial campaign to engage the public and inform them of what happened since the Genocide in 1994 which claimed over one million people.
Readers are encouraged to pick their copy of The New Times for this edition as not all the content will be posted online and they don't want to miss the special production.