Rwanda sends medical relief to Somali terror attack victims

KIGALI – Rwanda government has delivered a consignment of relief medical items to the last month terrorist attack victims in Somalia.

The items delivered on Tuesday by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Claude Nikobisanzwe.

According to New Times Rwanda, Rwanda’s ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation  was responding to the last month’s horrific terror attack in Zobe District of Mogadishu town which has left over 250 people dead.

“The donation of medicine is a humble contribution from Rwanda to Somalia’s efforts to rebuild the health system,” Nikobisanzwe.

Nikobisanzwe told Abdinasir Saeed Musse, the Deputy Minister of Internal Security and Amb Ali Mohamed Ali, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Somalia at Aden Ade International Airport in the Somali capital Mogadishu that Rwanda had been saddened and touched by the atrocity that happened two weeks ago.

 “Rwanda is also ready to share experience with Somalia in many areas including of public order and health among others,” he tweeted.

The relief that was received at Aden Ade International Airport in the Somali capital Mogadishu consisted varied medical supplies weighing ten tonnes.

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1 comment

rezen Nov 16, 2017 at 1:35 am

Subject: “Rwanda sends medical relief to Somali terror attack victims” Nov 15, 2017

Commentary, 15 Nov 2017
It is a natural and normal human gesture to help each other in times of crises. We accept the gesture of Rwanda in that spirit knowing very well, however, the intricacy and deception of politics in Dictatorial governments. And we know who is who. Africa is a bastion of betrayal, cruelty and poverty — all caused by the unexpected indigenous forces.

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