U.S Civil rights Leader Jackson endorses Kagame News Of Rwanda – Rwanda News


Rev. Pastor Jesse Jackson, the American civil rights activist and politician addressing Ruhunda residents yesterday. He described Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame as a visionary leader.

Rev. Pastor Jesse Jackson, the American civil rights activist and politician addressing Ruhunda residents yesterday. He described Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame as a visionary leader.

Yesterday, it was all cheers from the audience, caused by a rare statement from Rev. Pastor Jesse Jackson.

He said that when president Kagame goes to the to the United Nations people listen what he has to say and also when goes to America he is the most respected in the whole world.

Pastor Jesse made the statement while speaking during the launch of Coca-Cola EKOCENTER aimed at bringing sustainable markets closer to communities in Ruhunda.

Jackson also noted that the integrity of president Kagame has made Rwanda a great nation.

Below is Rev. Pastor Jesse Jackson’s speech

Below is Rev. Pastor Jesse Jackson’s speech

Muraho (How do you do). Mr. President Kagame, Chairman Muhtar Kent, distinguished Ministers who are here today. Our first word is about your President.
President Paul Kagame walks in this place  you cheer, you walk in the halls of African Union,  people take notice; you come to the United Nations people listen what he has to say; you come to America he is the most respected in the whole world.

Whenever take the quality of leadership you have for guaranteed, the President has integrity, the vision he has, made great nation. What your presence agree on the rowdy applause! Let me say about Mr. Muhtar, Coca-Cola means more than refreshments.

Who is Rev. Pastor Jesse Jackson?
A 65 year-old from Greenville in South Carolina, Rev. Pastor Jesse Louis Jackson is an American Baptist Minister. Apart from it, he is known for civil rights activism in America as he founded the merger organization Rainbow-PUSH which later opened for him doors to the politics in the early 1980s and became the shadow US senator for the District of Columbia.

This man’s God as too many others Americans looked up to President Kagame’s feats and now he’s one of friends of Rwanda who yesterday attended the official launch of Coca-Cola developmental activities in Rwamagana District.





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