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Oct 13, 2021 With the launch of Aldango Ltd, Kagame’s dream of making Rwanda an African hub for value addition via a state-of-the-art gold and precious metal refinery appeared to materialize. Aldango Ltd set up shop in Kigali’s Special Economic Zone. In June 2019, the first gold and precious metal refinery in Rwanda opened its doors

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