Rwanda Day UK planned for May 18th in jeopardy

Rwanda Day UK May 18th

Rwanda Day UK May 18th

Scheduled to attend Rwanda Day UK on May 18th, immediately after another important engagement at the University of Oxford where he is meant to address the business community and receive another award, the Rwandan president Paul Kagame might have to be hosted in a different venue from the one initially thought of for that important celebration of the country’s achievements .

Reliable sources from the British police in London have however confirmed that the expected venue will have to change considered that the owner of the booked Business Design Centre in Islington has indicated not to be ready to host Rwanda Day.

This is what our informant has communicated,

“…we have just received notification that the Business Design Centre have declined to accept the booking for Rwanda Day, so this event will no longer be going ahead.”

We tried to find out from the police the reason behind the cancellation, but they declined to reveal. And when we contacted the managers of the Business Design Centre in Islington they confirmed effectively that they had cancelled the booking and advised to get in touch with the Rwandan High Commission for alternative location.

With this in mind, understandably it becomes imperative that organizers of Rwanda Day UK have to work fast and hard to find an alternative venue if the information received from the police is a hundred percent confirmed.

Those who were planning to attend Rwanda Day UK should continue registering so they don’t miss out in case a new venue is announced. However, as expected change about the Business Design Centre will somehow jeopardize their travelling plans.

It would be regrettable if Rwanda was unable to showcase and celebrate its achievements under the leadership of Paul Kagame.

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3 responses to “Rwanda Day UK planned for May 18th in jeopardy

  1. If you want to see the true Kagame regime and the plight of Rwandan refugees, please go here and watch the film “Stateless”:
    http://www.stoprwandacessation.org
    If you agree, please sign the petition to stop the cessation from starting! IT WILL BE IN PLACE BY END OF JUNE 2013. SPREAD THE WORD!

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  2. Ambrose, since I know you, I don’t quite understand this statement:

    “Those who were planning to attend Rwanda Day UK should continue registering so they don’t miss out in case a new venue is announced. However, as expected change about the Business Design Centre will somehow jeopardize their travelling plans.

    It would be regrettable if Rwanda was unable to showcase and celebrate its achievements under the leadership of Paul Kagame.”

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    • Ann, effectively this is not like me. You are the second person to spot my new approach to address Kagame as an issue for Rwandans. The first person who is a pro-Kagame treated me of being sarcastic. It is true and false. I am convinced that Rwandans need to start confronting the Rwandan president on his own ground wherever possible. They have to get as close as they can to be able to voice their grievances face to face. Remote advocacy should only be done whenever there is no other alternative.

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