When General Paul Kagame overnight switched the teaching language from French to English, a survey carried out by the ministry of education in 2009 revealed that 85 percent of primary teachers and 66 percent of secondary teachers only had beginner and elementary levels of English.
The Rwandan strongman then turned to Uganda and Kenya to recruit teachers to work as trainers and mentors to Rwandan teachers.
Soon running out of money and interest, Kagame abandoned the project.
Fast forward to 2021. Kagame is set to import 300 Zimbabweans to perform the miracle of fixing Rwanda’s failed education sector.
Good luck with that.