“We visited Rwanda Police because for agriculture to be successful, you need a secure environment. Farmers need a secure environment to go to their farm and to be able to bring their harvests to a secure market,” Mela said.
“The environment has to be safe and secure for them, the same thing with those who undertake research; if there is insecurity, research can’t go on. Same thing with agro-processors, they need a secure and protected environment to be able to do their business. So we have come to listen how police has successfully ensured peace and safety in Rwanda in order for farmers and agro-processors to go about their business without any security problem.”
IGP Gasana, while briefing the students, said that after the dooms day of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and the liberation struggle, the leadership picked up from the shocks to survival, stability and towards success in all aspects, and enabling conducive environment for business growth including agriculture.
“Rwandans are driven by ambitions, uniqueness, sense of urgency and to have dignified life; this is a strategic guidance by the President, that binds us together as security organs and other institutions as well as the general public to translate the vision into our mission,” IGP Gasana said.
The Express News Rwanda