By Eugene Kwibuka in The New Times
Visiting former Archbishop of Canterbury, George Leonard Carey, has described Rwanda as a happy and fast developing country after positively responding to post-Genocide challenges.
Carey made the remarks yesterday, shortly after he had paid a courtesy call on President Paul Kagame at Village Urugwiro in Kigali.
He was last in Rwanda in 1995, shortly after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, and he noted that the country had significantly improved since then.
“This country has responded magnificently. It’s now vibrant and is getting over all the miseries of what happened in those terrible days. This is now a strong and buoyant country that is going in the right direction,” he said.
To read the full article visit http://www.newtimes.co.rw/news/index.php?i=15715&a=76613
President Kagame (C) poses in a group photo with retired Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey (3rd right), the bishop’s wife Lady Illeen Carey, Henrietta Blyth, Rwanda’s Anglican archbishop Rev. Onesphore Rwaje (2nd left) and Local Government Minister James Musoni. Timothy Kisambira.