According to an ancient Chinese military treatise, the Art of war, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles”. One thing is certain, Rwanda knows its strengths and weaknesses as well its enemies.
Last year, Justin Ngoga launched his Rwandan social enterprise, Impact Route, to provide cultural awareness and cultural intelligence training in a bid to bridge cultural gaps and facilitate cross cultural interaction.
They attack in a pack like hounds, and with similar savagery. With hounds, this is understandable; they exist and are trained for this purpose. It would be a rare one that showed any kindness to its prey.
Seven Rwandan women have been nominated among fifteen East African participants contesting for selection in the top ten that will represent the region at the second edition of Miss Career Africa competition.