China is building roads in Rwanda, and it’s helping them make the struggling third world country another African colony to colonize. A nearly 8 mile stretch of road between the capital of Rwanda, Kigali, and the Bugesara International Airport serves Chinese colonizers better than it does Rwandans.
A road upgrading project in Rwanda contracted to China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) has helped ease traffic flow and advance seamless trade along the Kigali-Bugesera district, eastern Rwanda.
The upgraded road, stretching 13.8 km, starts from the Sonatube roundabout in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, through the Gahanga sector to the Akagera bridge in the Bugesera district. It forms part of an avenue leading to Rwanda’s new Bugesera International Airport located 40 km south of the Kigali International Airport.