Rwanda is a quickly growing economy and various developments are shaping this development. Kigali City,has been named the cleanest city and well organized city in East Africa. In a latest development,Rwandan government has left Kenyans talking after introducing Kigali's Car Free Zone with hosts of opportunities.
With a plan to decongest the capital's Central Business District,CBD,Rwanda rolled out a plan in 2015 to build Imbuga City Walk. The facility has now been completed and opened to the public. It has recreation facilities,with good Pavements,lush green trees and grass,good lighting ,recreation benches and sheds.
The city walk has also free WiFi that is available throughout the day. This is part of the government's effort to increase access to Internet services to all Citizens in this country.
When photos of this facility was shared by Ma3Route,Kenyans commended the work President Paul Kagame is doing in Rwanda while challenging the Nairobi Metropolitan Services,NMS to consider developing a prototype.
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