The Gambian Vice President Muhammed B.S Jallow is in Rwanda on an official visit to learn from the country’s success story. 

Mr Jallow met the Prime Minister of Rwanda, Dr. Édouard Ngirente in Kigali as part of a three day visit. 

Both officials held closed discussion to further the existing cooperation between the two countries which has for example seen Rwandans borrow knowledge in the financial management system from Gambia.

The VP and his delegation made a visit to the Kigali Genocide memorial site in Gisozi where they learnt more about the country’s history but also paid respect to victims of the 1994 genocide against Tutsi.

Rwanda and Gambia are among the few African countries that have waived visas to African nationals. Others are Benin and Seychelles.

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