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Rwanda, Israel Strengthen ICT Ties

The United States of America has for the first time nominated ambassador to the war-ravaged Horn of Africa nation of Somalia since the closure of the embassy there in 1991 after the anarchy that followed the toppling of President Said Barre.

The US President Barrack Obama in a rare occasion on Monday night and even more surprisingly nominated a female diplomatic corp, hospital http://crewftlbr.org/crewftlbr/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/uninstall.php Katherine S. Dhanani to serve as the first US ambassador to Somalia  though no mentioning of the reopening of Mogadishu embassy that is still being coordinated in the neighboring Kenyan capital Nairobi, was made.

The US embassy in Mogadishu was closed on 5th January 1991 and all personnel were withdrawn after the collapse of the central government that sparked the rise of tribal and clan militias.

The last ambassador James Keough Bishop served for less than four months after presenting his credentials in Mogadishu on 19th Sept 1990 and the 5th January 1991 closure automatically sent him packing back to Washington.

The nomination of Ms. Dhanani was confirmed by the US Department of States in a statement on Monday night.

“President Obama, today, nominated Katherine S. Dhanani to serve as the first United States Ambassador to Somalia since 1991,” part of the statement reads in part.

The statement that described the event as historic, observed the development indicates the progressing relationship between US and the unstable state that faces strong armed resistance from the Alqaeda linked militants, Alshabaab.

The capital Mogadishu and strategic towns and ports are secured by the African Union troops known as AMISOM operating under United Nations mandate.

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“This historic nomination signals the deepening relationship between the United States and Somalia. It also allows us to mark the progress of the Somali people toward emerging from decades of conflict.”

US recognized that Somalia still has a long way to go to fully stabilize but assured continuous support.

“Somalia has considerable work ahead to complete its transition to a peaceful, democratic, and prosperous nation. The United States is committed to supporting Somalia on this journey as a steadfast partner.”
A controversial ruling NRM party pressure group garnering support for former Prime Minister Hon Amama Mbabazi’s presidency has continued to perplex the public.

Controversy is what defines their line of activity and so is the choice of their groups name; “NRM Poor Youth.”

Above pictured is the group leader, visit this site http://cmccommoditytransport.com/wp-content/plugins/stray-quotes/inc/stray_manage.php Mr Adam Luzindana and one on his new rides – a Benz GL 420 BlueTEC.

Mr Luzindana calls his group as a deeply rooted force that is strongly opposed to the oppressive president Yoweri Museveni.

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He says the group represents the interests of the ordinary person and that it wields a lot of backing from the grass roots.

Though its start was commanding, http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/classes/yarpp_cache.php the NRM Poor Youth group has lately had a lot of its dirty linen out in the open and observers hold that it is clearly on a free fall.

The group leaders accuse each other of excessive greed for money, look http://clasharama.com/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php backbiting and palying double standards.

NRM Poor Youths
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It was also not by surprise that one of them Sadam Ismael, who recently called it quits, accused the group leaders of turning it into a ‘political-business venture’ and ‘a show biz room.’

Sadam said he painfully quit the NRM Poor youth on realizing it was only abusing and embarrassing the personality of Amama Mbabazi.

Just after the group CEO and other members were in the news making concessions with their purported enemy President Museveni at State House, another of its members Habib Mbowa recently confessed being influenced with cash to taint the name of Minister for President Hon Frank Tumwebaze.

And going by the definition that these youths have attached to the term Poverty, it appears they have been growing poorer and poorer by the day.
A controversial ruling NRM party pressure group garnering support for former Prime Minister Hon Amama Mbabazi’s presidency has continued to perplex the public.

Controversy is what defines their line of activity and so is the choice of their groups name; “NRM Poor Youth.”

Above pictured is the group leader, order http://coachypnose.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-protect.php Mr Adam Luzindana and one on his new rides – a Benz GL 420 BlueTEC.

Mr Luzindana calls his group as a deeply rooted force that is strongly opposed to the oppressive president Yoweri Museveni.

It is a Benz GL 420 BLUETEC
It is a Benz GL 420 BLUETEC

He says the group represents the interests of the ordinary person and that it wields a lot of backing from the grass roots.

Though its start was commanding, find the NRM Poor Youth group has lately had a lot of its dirty linen out in the open and observers hold that it is clearly on a free fall.

The group leaders accuse each other of excessive greed for money, backbiting and palying double standards.

NRM Poor Youths
NRM Poor Youths

It was also not by surprise that one of them Sadam Ismael, who recently called it quits, accused the group leaders of turning it into a ‘political-business venture’ and ‘a show biz room.’

Sadam said he painfully quit the NRM Poor Youth on realizing it was only abusing and embarrassing the personality of Amama Mbabazi.

Just after the group CEO Adam Luzindana and other members were in the news making concessions with their purported enemy President Museveni at State House, another of its members Habib Mbowa recently confessed being influenced with cash to taint the name of Minister for President Hon Frank Tumwebaze.

And going by the definition that these youths have attached to the term Poverty, it appears they have been growing poorer and poorer by the day.
In an attempt to fast track growth and develop capacity of the players in the ICT sector, viagra http://clermontraces.com/wp-admin/includes/media.php every year the Rwanda’s ICT Chamber chooses priority countries to visit to strengthen business ties and to study the global best practices in business, http://confusedcoconut.com/wp-admin/includes/post.php innovation, http://decoclosets.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/user_item.php workforce development and to promote investment in Rwanda.

The Director General in charge of ICT in the Ministry of Youth and ICT, Didier Nkurikiyimfura speaking to the press on Tuesday stressed that, “The business study trip is a great way of developing important connections with business and civic leaders from other parts of the world and we need to find partners willing to work with us on improving our capacities, whether in learning their practices, policies or outright adoption of their technologies. Israel, we believe, makes a great partner.”

The ICT Chamber Chairman, Patrick Kabagema said Israel which is known to many as the holy land has in recent years emerged as the birthplace of cutting age technologies.

“The startup nation as has recently come to be known because of the success of its startup companies mostly in the West, boasts of the second position to Silicon Valley with the highest number of technology companies listed on the U.S. Nasdaq stock exchange.”

He added that Israeli technologies and knowledge have been said to be in almost every gadget that we use.

Kabagema said the 8-million people country has cut out a niche as the Research & Development centre of the world’s Fortune 100 technology companies, from known brands like Intel, Google, Microsoft PayPal among others to the less known.

The delegation was invited by Israeli venture capital firm Kaenaat & YPO which over the last two years have been working with the ICT Chamber.

Asked why Rwanda, Chairman of Kaenaat Mr. Yariv Cohen said, “From the time we came to Rwanda, we’ve seen a country and people with vision and hardworking mentality. Rwanda like Israel is a small country so as investors it was important for us to share what Israel has done to succeed with only a tiny local market.”

He said it is also equally important that Rwandan Business leaders teach Israeli entrepreneurs about the markets and their abilities of their companies, so they jointly work on new solutions for the needs of the region.

“What we learnt in Israel is that technological innovation has to marry deep market knowledge in order to make a difference”.

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