His Excellency The President of the Republic of Rwanda
His Excellency Paul Kagame was sworn in as President of the Republic of Rwanda for a second seven-year term on 6 September 2010 following the country’s elections held on 9 August 2010.
Paul Kagame was born in October 1957 in Rwanda’s Southern Province. His family fled pre-independence ethnic persecution and violence in 1960, crossing into Uganda where Kagame spent thirty years as a refugee. Determined to resist oppressive regimes, as a young man, Paul Kagame joined current Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni and his group of guerilla fighters to launch a war to free Uganda from dictatorship. Under the new government, he served as a senior military officer.
Right Honorable the Prime Minister of the Republic of Rwanda
The Right Honorable Anastase Murekezi was born in Rwanda’s Southern Province, Nyaruguru District on the 15 June, 1952.
He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Engineering obtained from the Université de Louvain- La- Neuve, Belgium.
He has professional experience and expertise in Socio Economic Development: analysis of development policies and strategies, planning, monitoring and evaluation, Information and Communication Technologies.
Since 1980’s Anastase Murekezi served in different positions as senior officials in the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources and also as an independent consultant in Agri-business development up to 2004
Before his appointment as Prime Minister, Anastase Murekezi served as a Cabinet member since year 2004 where he served as Minister of State in charge of Industry and Investment Promotion, Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources and Minister of Public Service and Labor.
In his political career he is a member of the Political Bureau of the Social Democratic Party (PSD).
Anastase Murekezi is married to Marie Rose Byukusenge and they have two children.
In sport he likes playing tennis as amateur and he likes communication and interaction with people.
The Rwanda Revenue Authority is an autonomous body established in 1997 as part of the reform program by the Government of Rwanda designed to restore and strengthen the main economic institutions of the country. The mission of the RRA is to mobilize revenue for economic development through efficient and equitable services that promote business growth.
The Rwanda Development Board was set up by bringing together all the government agencies responsible for the entire investor experience under one roof. This includes key agencies responsible for business registration, investment promotion, environmental clearances, privatization and specialist agencies which support the priority sectors of ICT and tourism as well as SMEs and human capacity development in the private sector
Rwanda Directorate General of Immigration and Emigration
The mission of Rwanda Directorate General of Immigration and Emigration is to create a secure, enabling environment for increased trade, investments, tourism and skills development through professional conduct and offering high quality service.
The Government of Rwanda and its strategic partners emphasize the need to enable the private sector to play a leading role in economic development and poverty reduction. It brings together partners from the private sector, Government, other public institutions, academia, donor agencies, civil society, NGOs, and international agencies.
The policy for unity and reconciliation of Rwandans is a fundamental process for peace and development in our country. Through raising awareness, conducting research and implementing national programs for unity and reconciliation, National Unity and Reconciliation Commission is striving for a peaceful, united and prosperous nation.
SSFR is a public institution empowered of financial autonomy, which is in-charge of administering the social security scheme instituted by the law of 11/15/1962. The Fund is geared towards the achievement of three principle objectives: collecting contributions, paying benefits and investing surplus funds.
The Private Sector Federation plays a leading role in economic development and poverty reduction. It brings together partners from the private sector, Government, other public institutions, academia, donor agencies, civil society, NGOs, and international agencies.
The mission of the National Electoral Commission is to prepare and conduct elections from the level of Cells, Sectors, Districts, Municipality and the Kigali City, Councils and Executive committees, Referendum, Legislative, Presidential, and any other elections as mandated by the law. The NEC scope of activities includes preparation and civic education, to ensure that elections free and fair.