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President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame has expressed joy at being a grandparent for the first time in his life.

The Rwandan leader’s daughter, Ange Kagame who got married last year to Bertrand ‘Billy’ Ndengeyingoma has given birth.

Kagame took to twitter to break the news and express his joy about Ange’s new baby.

He wrote “Since yesterday we are very happily and ‘officially’ grand parents. Congratulations A&B!! ..:):):) What a joy!?”

Kagame added that “First time is even more exciting!” in a very rare expression of joy from the African leader.

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Ange Kagame is Paul Kagame’s only daughter and second child.

Some Rwandans on social media also reacted to the news of Kagame’s daughter having a new baby.

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Kagame meets young Rwandans to plan for next 25 years

 

Source: Africafeeds.com

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