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  1. PLO lumumba always says Africa Produces what it does not consume and consume what it does not Produce, mr president we want to see rwandans/africans CEO, rwandans/africans technicians, rwandans/africans idea for this smart phones also rwandans/africans own this company but still i see white people for this and you mention it's made in rwanda nooooo please.

  2. not made in rwanda because still who own the company or the technicians not from rwanda, we need totally africans made not to praise what we dont have or own THANK YOU.

  3. This country, Rwanda, inspires me and gives me the confidence that Africa will rise again.
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  4. There is no made in Africa or Rwanda to see here. They assemble the phones in Rwanda. Components are most likely made in China. China is, therefore, making the money. But it is a good start. It's a technology transfer of sorts. IMO let, at least, one African country or group invest in steel manufacturing from scratch. That's the backbone of industrialization. Can't jump over that.

  5. We Africans are able to do better things but we should never disregard the power of collaboration with others. We should understand that we are in the process of growth and we should stray from pride. We still need so much global collaboration

  6. Now AFRICA is TALKING BUSINESS! May the ALMIGHTY blesses ALL YOUR efforts. President kagame, May YOU CONTINUE to be brave AMONGST the foreign CHEETAHS. YOU'RE MAKING AFRICA GREAT!

  7. Makayah teach the purple king of the East, is a Gardener not an illusionist.
    He bluffing….rain will kill that fire… while fire will devour his snow.
    One can pass one month without telephone, not without the garden, danm you purple king.
    Send that goat to Azazel, game over…

  8. hurry and market in the caribbean , brazil, in fact i will just say , market in the west, espeicallly where your people are i also do hope that African are marjor stake holders in such venture.

  9. It is also important to know who owns the capital and therefore who benefits from it. If the made in Africa is only a flag of convenience for foreign companies to Africa, it will not develop the continent because all profits will be outside.
    African countries must therefore act like China. Any foreign company must have real African partners and not nominees for the transfer of technology to be effective.

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