Mnangagwa Invites Rwanda Development Board CEO To Teach On Foreign Direct Investment

Chief executive of the Rwanda Development Board, Ms Clare Akamanzi is in the country at the request of President Emmerson Mnangagwa to address Cabinet members, the private sector and civil servants on how Rwanda managed to attract huge foreign direct investment within a short space of time.

Akamanzi’s deputy, Mr Emmanuel Hategeka, is expected to arrive today. Speaking to The Herald on Monday, presidential spokesperson Mr George Charamba said President Mnangagwa was impressed by the progress made by Rwanda economically. Said Charamba:

When we went to the extraordinary summit for the signing of the Continental Free Trade Area in Kigali, one key question we raised bilaterally was, ‘How have you been able to raise so much FDI in so short a time and so successfully?’ and President (Paul) Kagame said, ‘I have an institutional home where investors arrive and are received and that is called the Rwanda Development Board and you are free to interface with its CEO’, and for a good two hours the President had a whole meeting with the CEO of the Rwanda Development Board.

More: Herald


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