Rwandan President Paul Kagame recently announced his intention to run for re-election, in a bid to extend his nearly 25-year rule. When he assumed office in 2000, Rwanda was still grappling with the aftermath of a devastating genocide. Almost two decades later, Rwanda has undergone a remarkable transformation into a stable, prosperous, and unified nation, marked by significant reconciliation efforts. Essential social services like education, healthcare, housing, and livestock support are distributed without discrimination based on ethnicity or region. Yet, Kagame's global image is divisive. While he is credited with Rwanda's impressive recovery, critics outside Africa view him as an authoritarian leader. The question we want to unpack today is: What new offering does Paul Kagame have for Rwanda? African Affairs Analysts Gabriel Muthuma and Joseph Ochieno join Lerato Mbele for the conversation.