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Rwandan President Paul Kagame has appointed a 19-year-old boy as Minister. Patrick NKURIZA, 19, appointed Minister of New Technologies and Development of Rwanda by Paul KAGAMÉ. As the saying goes; “To well-born souls, value does not wait for the number of years.”

At 19 Patrick NKURIZA, Minister of New Technologies

In any case, the least we can say is that this saying fits perfectly with the fate of Patrick Nkuriza. A 19-year-old Rwandan boy appointed Minister of New Technologies and Development of his country.

Indeed, this little genius has enjoyed a meteoric rise to the point of obtaining a bachelor at the age of 14. And get a Ph.D. in digital telecommunication engineer afterward.

Patrick is a true gifted who has developed several applications that allow his country to make its activities very efficient in many economic areas. So he’s rightly appointed minister in his specialty.

But a minister like no other, who lives with his parents and who goes to work accompanied by his father in his car escorted home. Besides, it is his mother who washes her clothes and helps her to dress.

His family refused to let him move to the house assigned to his duties. His bodyguards assigned to his protection are overwhelmed when Patrick goes to play ball, his favorite sport with the young people of his neighborhood.

Everyone wants to touch him or take pictures with him. Patrick had no girlfriend and was always accompanied on his outings by his mother or father and his bodyguards not far from him.

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