The Rwandan president discusses his views on African establishments and the way they replicate the continent’s issues.
Paul Kagame has dominated Rwanda for 23 years.
The small, landlocked nation of 13 million individuals has come a good distance because the civil conflict and genocide of 1994. Rwanda’s important progress in training, expertise, healthcare and safety has made the nation an African success story.
However resides below Kagame’s authorities an African utopia? And as his affect within the area expands together with the nation’s geopolitical position, is Rwanda proving a disruptive power within the area?
The president of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, talks to Al Jazeera.