Place Citizens First, Rwandan President Cautions

President Paul Kagame has urged leaders to improve on citizen outreach, saying that development partners seem to have a better understanding of the local issues than some leaders. He was presiding over the dissolution of the outgoing Lower House, which also involved the signing of the 2018/19 Imihigo where local and central government leaders signed new performance contracts.

Photo: New Times

President Kagame poses for a group photo with the mayors whose districts scored highly in the implementation of Imihigo for the financial year 2017/18. Left is Local Government minister Francis Kaboneka.

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