Paul Kagame secret master plan changed everything! Few people would have imagined that Rwanda economy would become a success story twenty-eight years ago. The country had seen an unfathomably horrific genocide, in which its most capable and educated individuals were cruelly slain. Hundreds of thousands of refugees lived in the country, which was impoverished to the point of starvation. It was landlocked, with turbulent and untrustworthy neighbors like the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and foes like Uganda.

Rwanda, against al odds, has recovered impressively from its catastrophic events. The country is ranked 49th out of 180 nations in Transparency International's annual Corruption Perceptions Index for 2020, making it one of Africa's least corrupt and stable governments. The president of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, has previously mentioned that he wishes to make Rwanda the "Singapore of Africa".